Tag: Public Safety

Watch for parking lot and road repairs

A message from Public Safety: Summer campus parking lot repairs will begin on Monday, May 21. The schedule below is tentative and weather dependent. Parking lots with pylons/ropes/barricades blocking access are closed and parking in an alternative parking lot will be necessary. Staff will also be replacing campus traffic and parking sign posts throughout campus, […]

UW-Green Bay Public Safety participates in ‘Frogger’ event

UW-Green Bay Police is partnering with other law enforcement throughout the state this month (May 2018) and for the remainder of the summer to address traffic violations on campus, around campus and throughout Brown County during Drive Sober, Click it or Ticket, and Crosswalk Safety Campaigns (Frogger). Frogger is a crosswalk education event in which […]

UW-Green Bay Public Safety offers fire prevention reminders

With warm weather here to stay, UW-Green Bay Public Safety reminds the campus community to practice fire safety with some helpful reminders to help us preserve and protect our beautiful campus resources: To prevent cigarettes from starting fires, always dispose of them in places where they cannot be a source of ignition. Placing a cigarette […]

Campus is participating in a Tornado Drill, Thursday, April 12, 2018

Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 1:45 p.m., there will be a Statewide Tornado Drill that requires YOUR participation. Please heed instruction from UW-Green Bay Public Safety. Before the Tornado Drill: Discuss within your office, your classroom, or with your staff as to where you could go in the event of a Tornado Warning. What will happen during the Tornado […]

Lambeau Cottage police training is Feb. 8

From 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8, UW-Green Bay Police will host simulation training for the Green Bay Police Department near Lambeau Cottage.  Police training signs will be posted to alert the community of squads in that area. This is part of a continued partnership between UW-Green Bay Police and area law enforcement […]