Notable incidents include trespassing and vehicle issues

Sgt. Lucas Adler

As Public Safety Officers, we respond to many calls for service and communicate our activities to the college community. Here are some notable incidents from the past few weeks.
On Feb. 26, Officers came into contact with a frequent trespasser at the Goodman Sports Complex.  The individual was shoveling messages into the snow, he was warned for trespassing and escorted off the premises.
On March 2, Officers were dispatched to an individual on campus who was feeling ill.  Officers responded and rendered aid until Madison Paramedics arrived on scene. 
On Feb. 11, Officers made contact with an individual whose vehicle had slid off the roadway and was stuck in a snowbank.  Officers grabbed shovels and started digging.  The driver was able to get his vehicle out of the snow and go on his way.
Public Safety would like to remind everyone that it is not advised to leave your vehicle on the
property overnight. If you must, please make sure to secure your vehicle and keep all valuables out of sight to deter opportunist crimes from occurring.

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