Timely Warnings

These timely warning messages are part of Purdue University Northwest’s commitment to provide campus-area crime information in compliance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or, Clery Act, as it is commonly known.

 

A female student reported an attack on in the Gyte Building on PNW’s Hammond Campus. The suspect is at large. He is described as a male subject with dark complexion, 5’8″, thin, wearing black pants and a black T-shirt.

See the Message from Public Safety

An “all clear” was issued for this alert 45 minutes after posting.

A domestic-battery suspect with a firearm has been reported in the 6800 block of Indianapolis Boulevard. The suspect, a black male aged 30 to 40, fled on foot. Please avoid the area.

An “all clear” was issued for this alert 45 minutes after posting.

PNW Community:

Thefts from vehicles (3) parked behind the PNW University Village have occurred. Reviewing video from our surveillance cameras, we discovered the suspect is a thin male possibly 20 to 30 years of age, wearing a black t-shirt shirt and gray pants with a stripe.

The incidents were reported over the last few days. Anyone who might have information about these incidents or the suspect is asked to contact Purdue Northwest Police Detective Sgt. Patrick Tracy at (219) 989-7006.

Reminders

  1. Lock your doors…
  2. Remove your keys from the vehicle…
  3. Do not leave a spare key near your vehicle…
  4. Close the windows…
  5. Do not leave belongings in your car…
  6. Park in well-lit areas…
  7. Install an audible alarm system and anti-theft device…

Regards,

Brian Miller
Director of Public Safety
Purdue University Northwest