Indiana University names new superintendent of public safety


BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University has a new superintendent of public safety.

Benjamin Hunter has been appointed to the position, which is responsible for comprehensive strategy, policy and practices for public safety across all IU campuses and the school’s police academy.

Hunter will be leaving his current position as Butler University’s executive director of public safety, community relations and government affairs to begin work at IU on Jan. 2 of next year.

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