Tag UW-Madison Police

UW monitoring possibility of new campus carry proposal

December 13, 2016

University leaders say they will continue to oppose any legislation that would allow concealed weapons in university buildings.

Four finalists selected for UWPD police chief

November 11, 2016

A search committee of faculty, staff, students and community members has selected four finalists for the position of University of Wisconsin–Madison chief of police.

Campus leaders’ statement on sexual assault reports

October 26, 2016

Sexual violence is unacceptable in our campus and community. We’re committed to transparency and communication, especially in a case as serious as this one.

Berquam: Information on recent sexual assault cases

October 21, 2016

The following statement was shared by Dean of Students Lori Berquam on Friday, Oct. 21. Sexual violence is unacceptable in our campus and community. As dean …

Chancellor Blank responds to campus protest

April 21, 2016

On April 19, the university received a set of student demands related to last week’s arrest by UWPD of a student suspected in a series …

Protest against racism peaceful

April 21, 2016

An estimated 300 to 400 University of Wisconsin–Madison campus and community members gathered on Bascom Hill shortly before noon today, Thursday, April 21, to protest incidents of racism over the past few months.

Clinton to hold Monday event at Gordon

March 27, 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will hold an event on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus on Monday afternoon. The event, to be held at Gordon …

UW-Madison enhances efforts to combat sexual assault

January 26, 2016

Sexual violence and the university’s response to it remains a topic of concern on our campus and others across the country. We want to share …

Badgers, UW–Madison partner on ‘It’s On Us’ campaign

October 14, 2015

UW–Madison has joined the national “It’s on Us” campaign to stop sexual assault and will showcase an “It’s On Us” video during the Homecoming football game Oct. 17.

Local/emergency contact info is ‘best data at the worst times’

September 1, 2015

Imagine the worst (though you’d rather not): After an accident or a bad night out, someone finds you unconscious on the sidewalk. Or a professor hasn’t seen your lab mate in class for a few weeks, prompting concerns about their well-being. So who’s your “person” — the friend, family member or confidant you trust if something happens? What if the only address listed is a P.O. box?