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UWPD is looking for information about a beating and robbery early Sunday morning.
University of Wisconsin–Madison and city of Madison police are urging members of the campus community to consider their own personal safety, especially while out at late at night or returning from libraries or study spots.
UW-Madison is planning a full-scale test of WiscAlerts, its campus emergency notification system, between 12-2 p.m. this Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Wisconsin’s new concealed carry law takes effect today, Tuesday, Nov. 1, and it brings important changes to rules on the UW–Madison campus.
Madison police are investigating three dozen residential burglaries that occurred both north and south of Regent Street since Sept. 1.
Crime continues to be an important concern for the University of Wisconsin–Madison community. Everyone can play a role in enhancing safety, crime prevention and emergency preparedness.
As a result of a recent change in state law, beginning Nov. 1, the officially permitted concealed carry of weapons will be allowed throughout the state, including on campus grounds.
Phone service to most or all of Bascom Hall, North Hall, South Hall and possibly other nearby buildings will be unavailable beginning the evening of Friday, Sept. 9. The outage will last through the weekend.
UW-Madison police are offering Badger football fans attending Wisconsin's game against Oregon State on Saturday, Sept. 10 a number of tips to make their game-day experience more enjoyable.
Starting this fall, University of Wisconsin–Madison students who commit alcohol-related violations of university policy will likely be required to take a class called BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) as part of the disciplinary process, according to Dean of Students Lori Berquam.
Through Oct. 15, University of Wisconsin–Madison police officers will be conducting concentrated bicycle education and enforcement across the UW–Madison campus. Officers will conduct a period…
Madison police are investigating the attempted armed robbery of a 21-year-old man at 35 S. Park St. early today (Sept. 7).
Police are again urging the campus community to focus on personal safety in the wake of a sexual assault early Monday morning near the UW–Madison campus.
Paul F. Umbeck, a biological safety expert and former plant scientist with strong ties to the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the state’s biotechnology industry, has been named director of the university’s Environment, Health and Safety Department.
In the wake of several robberies across the Madison community, the University of Wisconsin Police Department and Madison Police Department are again reminding students to watch out for one another, especially at night.
Police are investigating a pair of recent violent incidents against women walking on University Avenue near the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus. MPD has…
Odin, the UW–Madison Police Department’s newest K9 officer, has received a bullet- and stab-resistant vest from Wisconsin Vest-A-Dog. The vest was presented to…
Maureen Grant, a 26-year employee of UW Libraries, is being remembered as a talented colleague and conversationalist. Grant was identified Thursday afternoon as the victim of Wednesday’s fatal University Avenue accident involving a Madison Metro bus.