Public Safety Report

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Sgt. Joe Steffen

Public Safety Officers respond to many calls for service and we communicate our activities to the college community. Here are some of the notable incidents from this past month.

On Jan. 20, Public Safety Officers responded to a female patient who had fainted and struck her head. The patient was unconscious when Officers arrived. Officers rendered aid until Madison Paramedics arrived and transported the patient.

On Jan. 22, Public Safety Officers responded to an altercation between two males at the Payment Center on the Truax Campus. Both parties were separated and Madison Police were requested to assist. The altercation stemmed from an incident that occurred off-campus.

On Jan. 26, Public Safety Officers responded to a person who was acting strangely and had urinated himself. Public Safety Officers discovered that the subject was under the influence of alcohol and had no legitimate business at the College. Madison Police arrived and took custody of the subject.

Public Safety Update

Parking has become a major concern due to the amount of illegally parked cars blocking the right-of-way in the main student lots. Public Safety has been issuing citations in an attempt to enforce the regulations; however, these violations are causing student vehicles to be blocked in, as well as causing accidents. We urge students to utilize our overflow lots of off Straubel Street.

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If you have any information regarding suspicious activity or other campus safety concerns, please contact our department at 245-2222; Public Safety Officers are available 24/7.