Department of Public Safety
University of Wisconsin-Superior
606 Belknap Street
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
7:30a.m. - 4:30p.m.
Campus Safety Office
Campus Neighborhood Watch Information
Our biggest security problem is our vulnerability. Persons intent upon causing personal injury or depriving us of our personal property may do so if they are determined enough. Past experience and our records show that such people exist and are operating on our campus. Crime Prevention is the responsibility of each member of the University Community. Unless you, as a member accept this responsibility, crimes will continue to be committed by these persons as they wish.
Avoid erroneously thinking that crimes only happen to someone else.
If you see a crime occurring on campus and you would like to report it via e-mail; please include the following information:
- Sometimes we need additional information after we check into whether or not a crime has occurred.
- Any e-mail address, name or phone number supplied while reporting this crime will be held in the strictest confidence.
- The Director of Campus Safety has set up a "REWARD" program for UW-SUPERIOR Students and Staff.
- A reward will be given to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a person or persons that are known to have committed a crime or crimes on University of Wisconsin - Superior property.
Please help us help you get your property back if it should be stolen by marking and inventorying it with us!
To make an appointment for electric engraving at the Department of Public Safety Building, Campus Safety Office, 606 Belknap Street, please call (715)394-8114 or 8247 or e-mail: Gary Gulbrandson
Please take these tips from us, and be our partner for a safe Campus community.
Even though today's lifestyles sometimes make it difficult to be as neighborly as we'd like, being a good neighbor is one of the best ways to prevent crime!
Be Aware... Be Involved... Be Concerned... Be Alert... Be Caring... Make It Work!!!!!
Remember: If it worries you, the Campus Safety Officers need to know about it. They would much rather be "called and not needed" than "needed and not called."
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