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Residence Hall Officers Dan Kuehl, as he stands on the left and Alison Fish, as she stands on the right, pose for a photo outside of the University Police headquarters.

Crime increases as summer ends

Carina Lopez, Assistant News Editor September 19, 2021

The UW-Whitewater Campus Police reported a total of 21 crimes over summer break. Within the first two weeks of the school year, they reported 16 total crimes - only five crimes less from the span of the...

Campus crime drops in November

Campus crime drops in November

Ben Yang, Journalist December 6, 2020

The University Police Department logged fewer violations in the month of November according to the Daily Activity, Crime and Fire Log. Surmounting the on-campus crime logs for the month of November,...

Disrespect by campus police

Danny Grisanzio, Assistant News Editor February 3, 2020

Police officers have one of the toughest jobs on the planet. Day in and day out, they are protecting citizens from potential dangers. While Whitewater police officers risk their lives to keep the town...

photo by Shannan Lojeski / Assistant News Editor

Campus Police serve UW-W with purpose

Shannan Lojeski, Assistant News Editor September 24, 2018

Campus police and faculty presented information on available safety resources to first -year students in a six-session program in the Hamilton Room of the University Center from Sept. 17 to Sept. 27.   ...

The graffiti seen around campus features the word “soon” and includes a crown and sometimes other words as well. The graffiti is not an active threat to campus.

Campus wants graffiti gone

Benjamin Pierce, Assistant News Editor March 5, 2018

It’s art – until it’s not. A graffiti perpetrator has taken their artistic ideas too far and is spooking the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater campus. The graffiti features a face with the...

Officers aim to educate

November 13, 2013

By Jacqueline Schaefer Students come to college to receive an education. The UW-W campus police department’s goal is to ensure this education includes more than just reading and memorizing facts. The...

Students who ride their bikes to Hyland Hall and Upham Hall can feel more secure leaving their bikes on campus. Due new technology including a tracking system for ‘bait bikes,’ bike theft is down almost 70 percent.

The cycle of stealing

October 1, 2013

By Michael Riley   Every day in 2010, Cameron Barker would ride home from class to Benson Hall where he would secure his new $1,500 bicycle in the bike locker he had purchased at the beginning...

New ‘Bait Bike’ program debuts

September 5, 2012

  Stealing bikes on campus will be a lot harder this school year. The UW-Whitewater campus police have installed a new “Bait Bike” program designed to catch potential bike thieves. “It...

Telfer to be held hostage in June

May 9, 2012

Chancellor Richard Telfer will be held captive in a simulated hostage situation in June. UW-Whitewater will host the largest police training event in the world. irTactical Active Shooter Training will...

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