Tag: Public Safety

WBAY reports on book thieves

UW-Green Bay campus police are investigating the theft of high value instructor level text books. WBAY shared police photos of “two men they would like to speak with regarding a June 10 daytime burglary of an office in an academic building on campus.” Any information should be provided to the University Police at 920-465-2300 or […]

Reminder: Tornado Drill Thursday, April 20

Reminder, at 1:45 p.m. Thursday April 20, UW-Green Bay will take part in a statewide tornado drill. Before the Thursday Tornado Drill, Public Safety asks that you discuss within your office, your classroom, or with your staff, where you could go in the event of a Tornado Warning. A mock tornado watch will be issued at […]

Public Safety update on vehicle break-ins

The campus community was notified last week about two vehicles that were broken into and purses taken in the Lab Sciences and Kress Center Parking Lots. UW-Green Bay Police received several community tips and investigation identified a suspect vehicle that was linked to other crimes in the City of Green Bay. Green Bay Police took […]

Bowling with a Cop for scholarships, March 5

UW-Green Bay Public Safety will host the third-annual Bowling with a Cop event from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 5, 2017 at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley (2929 Allied Lane). This family-friendly event will include raffle prizes from local vendors (event tickets, gift cards, gift baskets and more!), unlimited bowling and shoes, games and activities and the […]

Feeling Safe: A Campus Climate Discussion

The College of Health, Education and Social Welfare (CHESW) invites all UW-Green Bay students, faculty and staff to attend Feeling Safe: A Campus Climate Discussion from 1 to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, December 6, in the Rose Hall Auditorium (RH 250). Join Dean Gallagher-Lepak, Public Safety Director Kujawa, faculty, staff and students for a discussion […]

Upcoming safety opportunities

Active Shooter Simulation The active shooter simulation demonstrates how fast decisions are made and how people, including law enforcement personnel need to react in an active shooter situation. It includes a “shoot/don’t shoot” simulation. The new time and location is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 6, Room 103, University Union. Community Conversation: Building […]