Badger Watch is the crime prevention program for the UW-Madison Campus. It is a collaborative effort between community members and the UW-Madison Police Department to help make campus a safer place.
The purpose of Badger Watch is to build partnerships through community involvement. Working together, Badger Watch volunteers help prevent crime and improve safety, while developing mutual trust between the department and the community it serves.
Working together, our goal is that Badger Watch will develop crime prevention strategies while promoting positive citizen-law enforcement relations and community pride.
UWPD provides Badger Watch training campus-wide to groups, departments, individuals, etc. who are interested in learning more about safety on campus. The training includes:
- Safety 101
- Suspicious Activity
- How to Call the Police
- Personal and Building Safety
- Crisis Response/Active Threat Overview
If you’re interested in receiving Badger Watch training please click here fill out a contact form.
Badger Watch Updates
UWPD posts Badger Watch updates monthly — find useful statistics for various areas/neighborhoods on campus, information about important cases, reminders about upcoming meetings, etc. See a listing of our monthly updates below: