Public Safety: Warm weather brings safety reminders
Sgt. Joe Steffen, Crime Prevention Team Leader
March 26, 2012
Filed under News
Madison College Public Safety Department responds to many calls for service. Accordingly, we would like to keep the college community informed. Here are some of the notable incidents this month.
On Feb. 27, Madison College Public Safety Officers responded to a classroom to take a burglary report. Investigation showed no evidence of forced entry and a laptop was removed without consent.
On Feb. 28, Madison College Public Safety Officers responded to a disgruntled visitor near the 30-minute parking lot. The subject was causing a disruption and harassing members of the college community. City of Madison Police responded and the subject was cited.
On March 5, Madison College Public Safety Officers responded to a female who had fainted during class and struck her face on a table in the process. Public Safety Officers arrived on scene and rendered aid to the patient who had sustained injuries to her face. City of Madison paramedics arrived on scene and care was transferred to them.
Public Safety Tip of the Month
With warm weather fast approaching be sure you are securing your doors and windows to your vehicles. Vehicle thefts often occur when individuals begin to forget to roll their windows up in warm temperatures.
Madison College Public Safety, “Respect, Excellence, and Integrity.”
As always, if you have any information regarding the above incidents or other College safety concerns please contact our department at 243-4357. We have Public Safety Officers available 24/7.