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Brice Teter
IU Indianapolis

Brice Teter

IU Police Department

Expert Bio

Lt. Brice Teter is deputy chief of the Central Division of the Indiana University Police Department, which covers the IU Indianapolis, IU Kokomo and IU East campuses.

He joined IUPD in Bloomington as a cadet in 2001 and graduated from the IU Police Academy in 2002, serving as a part-time officer until graduating in 2003. He was hired as a full-time officer with the Bloomington Division in 2005 and was promoted to sergeant in 2011. During that time, he was a member of the IU Police Department Field Training Unit, a firearms instructor, an emergency vehicle operations instructor, and a member of the multi-jurisdictional Critical Incident Response Team.

Teter was promoted to lieutenant in September 2014. He supervised both day and night shift patrol and served as the Bloomington Division’s Field Training Unit Coordinator until 2021. He is currently enrolled in a master’s program studying public health.

Areas of Expertise

Law enforcement, active aggressor, training, IUPD procedure.

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