Public Safety Report
Sgt. Joe Steffen, Public Safety Officer
April 25, 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 April 2, A Madison College Public Safety Officer and a Capitol Police Officer observed a prowler near the new Protective Services building where recent burglaries had occurred. After investigations, the subject was removed and warned for trespassing.
On April 10, Madison College Public Safety Officers responded to the Downtown Campus for an intoxicated male arguing with staff members. Officers had the disruptive student removed from campus.
On April 13, Madison College Public Safety Officers responded to a patient having a seizure episode. Officers stayed with the patient until the symptoms subsided and a responsible party came to transport the patient.
Public Safety Tip
Make sure you are securing valuables and keeping all bags and electronics with you at all times. Do not leave laptops or backpacks unattended. Book thefts are high this time of year due to the accessibility of “book buy backs” at the end of the semester.
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.