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Daily Blotter for March 24th 2023
- 7:45 am, Medical/Alcohol/Detox Conveyance, Nicholas Recreation Center. Contacted person who was feeling dizzy and light-headed.
- 11:16 am, Alarm, Location Redacted. Contacted person who was observed on camera in the cash room.
- 11:26 am, Assist Law Enforcement Agency, University Ave & Randall Street. Provided traffic assistance.
- 1:00 pm, Damage to Property, Tripp Gatehouse. Contacted persons after a sink was damaged in the Tripp Gatehouse bathroom.
- 8:12 pm, Medical/Alcohol/Detox Conveyance, Memorial Union. Contacted person at Memorial Union for medical assistance.
- 11:14 pm, Medical/Alcohol/Detox Conveyance, Nicholas Recreation Center. Transported person to local hospital for a shoulder injury they received while playing basketball.
- 11:43 pm, Trespassing/After Hours, Sellery Hall. Contacted suspect after they were reported “piggybacking” into Sellery Hall.
- 11:59 pm, Underage Alcohol Violation, W Dayton & N Frances Streets. Cited suspect for UAL 1st and verbally warned for possession of fake ID after they were being assisted to walk and was falling into things.
- 12:45 am, Resisting Arrest, W Johnson & N Lake Streets. Cited suspect for UAL 1st and Dane County: resisting after they vomited in front of squad at Lot 46 and took off on foot into Witte.
To Call or Not to Call — That is the Question
By: Officer Jeff Kirchman Years ago, someone tried to break into my home. Luckily, I was there and scared the burglar away before they entered. With the situation resolved, I decided it wasn’t worth ‘bothering’ …November 16, 2022
Prevent Bike Theft
By: Officer Jeff Kirchman The weather will soon be warming up (hopefully), and a lot of us are starting to pull our bicycles out of storage, airing up the tires, and preparing for another season …March 19, 2023
Spring Break Prep
Spring Break is just about here, and many have their minds set on their upcoming week off — whether that means going home, staying on or near campus, or traveling to another destination. Wherever you …March 03, 2023
Avast, Ye Porch Pirates!
By: Officer Jeff Kirchman Package theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the United States. So-called ‘porch pirates’ troll neighborhoods looking for easily grabbed boxes and other deliveries, hoping their ‘booty’ contains expensive electronics …February 15, 2023
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UWPD offers regular safety trainings including CPR and AED (automatic external defibrillator), as well as Active Threat Response Training.