The Reimagining Campus Safety Action Committee was responsible for identifying strategies, tactics, and timelines for creating a campus community that supports the safety of all individuals, with particular attention to people* who have traditionally experienced disproportionate harm from systems such as law enforcement.
The University of Iowa partnered with a local agency, Astig Planning, to support gathering feedback from the campus community on the campus safety prototypes. Astig Planning services are aimed at transforming communities and landscapes through engagement, empowerment, and advocacy.
* People who have traditionally experienced disproportionate harm from systems such as law enforcement include Black, Latinx, and Gender-Non-Conforming individuals, among others.
About the Committee and Reimagining Process
Learn more about the Reimagining Campus Safety Action Committee, the process that guided the committee's work, the feedback opportunities, and frequently asked questions.
- About the Committee
- Process and Guiding Questions
- Reimagining Campus Safety Feedback
- Frequently Asked Questions
Report and Recommendations
Read the recommendations and full report from the Reimagining Campus Safety Action Committee. The report was submitted to President Wilson in summer 2021 and an implementation team has been charged with taking action on the recommendations.
Questions and contact
Contact the Office of the Vice President for Student Life (email@example.com) if you have any questions.