Public Safety Update

Joseph Steffen, Crime Prevention Team Leader

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What’s happening?

Public Safety officers respond to many calls for service. However we would like to keep the college community informed. Here are some of the notable incidents this month.

On March 16, Public Safety officers responded to a report of a missing child.  Officers canvassed the area, located the 5-year-old boy and safely returned him to his parent.

On March 20, a Public Safety officer located a stolen vehicle in one of the Truax parking lots during mobile patrol. City of Madison Police responded and took over control of the scene. Public Safety officers assisted MPD with the investigation.

On March 21, Public Safety officers responded to a welfare check at the downtown campus for an individual who was under the influence of a controlled substance. City of Madison Police and Paramedics arrived and transported the subject.

Campus Safety Update 

Staff and Faculty should be sure to stop by the Public Safety office and get your new employee hang-tag parking permit with the new college logo. Your old static cling permit is no longer valid, so please bring that with you along with your Madison College Employee OneCard when you come to get your new permit.

Please contact Public Safety Services if you have any questions. The non-emergency number is (608) 246-6932.

If you have any information regarding the above incidents or other campus safety concerns, please contact our department at 243-4357, we have Public Safety Officers available 24/7.

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