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Grainger Hall re-opened for classes and normal business around 1:30 p.m. on Monday, March 1, after a small noon-time fire caused the building to be…
In coming days, there will be a great deal of media and online coverage of sexual assault in our community and around the UW System. Reading these stories reminds us of the importance of the work we are doing to try to prevent these horrible acts, to respond in victim-centered ways and to seek accountability from those who would perpetrate them.
A snow emergency remains in effect for the entire city of Madison until 7 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 11.
Madison police have released an artist's sketch of a man who allegedly tackled a 21-year-old UW–Madison student while she stopped to stretch on the Southwest Bike Path at 9:15 a.m. on Jan. 24.
UW-Madison and city police are urging a focus on personal safety in the wake of an armed robbery involving a UW–Madison student at around 7:40 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23.
Robert Yu (left), lecturer in the kinesiology department, works with campus police officer Shelley Thiel (right) to demonstrate a technique for escaping an attacker…
The city of Madison has declared a snow emergency. That means that alternate-side parking restrictions will be in effect throughout the entire city, including the downtown/isthmus snow emergency zone.
The University Police Department will hold its fourth annual Badger Watch conference on Thursday, Jan. 7, at the Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St.
Beginning Jan. 2, the maximum number of SAFEride cab trips will change from four per month to six per semester.
UW-Madison students, faculty and staff can help prevent burglaries and thefts during finals and the upcoming winter break by using common sense and taking simple security precautions.
To help assure the safety of pedestrians, snow removal crews and Madison motorists, University of Wisconsin–Madison safety officials are urging people to refrain from throwing…
The University Police Department will hold its fourth annual Badger Watch Safety Conference from 7:45–3:45 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 7, at the Memorial Union.
University police are asking employees, students and campus visitors to heed the messages on construction signs and fences and resist that temptation to take shortcuts through those areas.
SAFE Nighttime Services is preparing for what is often the busiest night of the year for the program: Madison’s Freakfest. As tens of thousands of…
Madison’s Freakfest is coming up this Saturday, Oct. 31, and the Offices of the Dean of Students (ODOS) and University Health Services (UHS) are teaming up to wish students a safe and happy Halloween.
Two separate incidents from the past week are leading UWPD, Offices of the Dean of Students and Madison Police Department to again urge students to keep a focus on personal safety.
Madison and UW police department officials are reminding students to cut their risk of becoming victims of a burglary in their off-campus house or apartment.
UW-Madison is taking innovative new steps to end sexual assault, dating violence and stalking on campus.
In the wake of several robberies in the Madison community, the University of Wisconsin Police Department (UWPD), the Offices of the Dean of Students and Madison Police Department (MPD) are again reminding students to watch out for one another, especially at night.