Safety and weather news
Public safety telecommunicators to be honored during Monday (April 15) event at Lafayette City Building
A celebration honoring the dispatchers from the Purdue University, West Lafayette and Lafayette police departments, and Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office will take place from 3-3:30 p.m. Monday (April 15) in the City Council Chambers of the Lafayette City Building. The event is part of national Public Safety Telecommunications Week, which is set each year for the second week of April.
Purdue University’s campus will be bustling with activities Saturday (April 13), and that means a lot of traffic and parking guidelines for events.
Purdue University’s Emergency Preparedness and Planning Office will conduct a campus-wide voluntary tornado drill at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday (March 19).
Purdue University Environmental Health and Public Safety is offering Tornado Awareness sessions this spring that will focus on awareness strategies, responsive actions and things to do after a tornado event.
Purdue University police are investigating reports of an internet scam attempting to defraud students who are seeking part-time jobs.
Purdue University officials announced that all classes for Wednesday (Jan. 30) have been canceled at the West Lafayette campus due to the expected wind chill temperatures that will be dangerous for students walking to and from classes. All university employees should report for normal campus duty at their regular time. Classes are expected to resume Thursday (Jan. 31).
Purdue University’s administration and public safety team is actively monitoring the weather forecasts and planning should extreme windchill temperatures arrive later this week.