Campus Police

On behalf of the Campus Police Department, we are happy to welcome you to Purdue University North Central.  It is our goal to do everything to create an environment where people can feel safe to learn, visit and work.

We believe that one way to help create such an environment is to fully inform the campus community about issues, campus policies regarding safety and security, and the services your Campus Police Department provides.  As a result, we are happy to present our Web site, and we hope you find it both helpful and informative.  So welcome…and if we can assist you, please call us at a number listed below.

Brian Miller, Director of Public Safety

The up-to-date Clery Daily Crime Log may be viewed at the Campus Daily Crime Log

Check out the current status of the PNC campus


Link to Amber Alert Indiana

National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status

Contact Information:

The Campus Police welcomes your input.  If you have questions, comments, ideas, or want to report crime or suspicious activity on campus, please contact us at  All reports will be kept confidential.

Physical Facility/Campus Police Building, Room 101
Purdue University North Central
1401 S. U.S. 421 Westville, IN 46391-9542
800-872-1231 (Inside Indiana) ext. 5220

911 – Emergency Number – From any on-campus telephone
24-Hour Police Department

Mission Statement

The Purdue University North Central Campus Police shall work in partnership with the University community to protect life and property and enhance the quality of life on campus.

Vision Statement

The protection and preservation of life and property is our fundamental objective. We shall perform our duties with an unwavering commitment to customer service, integrity, and professionalism and will be accountable to those we serve for our decisions and actions. We will accomplish our mission with empathy, compassion, and sensitivity at all times, with the highest regard for individual and constitutional rights. We will recognize that each member of this department is valuable, and we accept our obligation to each other and to the community to provide the maximum opportunity for each person to achieve his or her professional potential.

Purdue University’s Enterprise-Wide Hotline

Purdue University North Central remains committed to providing an environment where individuals may report, in a simple anonymous way, suspected fraud, waste, or abuse of University assets, as well as regulatory noncompliance.  If you see or suspect unethical or illegal behavior, you may report your concerns anonymously through Purdue University’s enterprise-wide hotline. Visit or call toll free 1-866-818-2620.

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