UW-Madison Campus Crime Stoppers Inc / Crimewatch

Web 
http://madisonareacrimestoppers.org/
https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=142 - Send online tip

Email
uwpolice@mhub.uwpd.wisc.edu -- UWPD

Phone
(608) 266-6014 -- Campus Crimestoppers
(608) 264-2677 -- UW-Madison Police Dept
Can also text "DANE" plus your tip to 274637 (CRIMES)

Fax
(608)-262-9768 -- UW-Madison Police Dept

Hours
24 Hrs/day--answering machine if no one is available

Address
UW Police Department
1429 Monroe St
Madison, WI 53711

Campus Crime Stoppers is a community policing effort aimed at citizen participation and cooperation to solve difficult crimes. Crime Stoppers offers complete informant anonymity along with possible cash rewards of up to $1000 for information on campus crime called in on the 262-TIPS line or any Crime Stoppers telephone line worldwide.

You can text 'DANE' along with your tip to 274637 (CRIMES). You can also send a tip online from the website. https://www.tipsubmit.com/WebTips.aspx?AgencyID=142

If you call the TIPS line, you will be assigned a code number for all future contacts. You will not be asked your name or telephone number. The TIPS line is not recorded, except that a private answering machine takes messages after hours and in the absence of the Police Coordinator, directing the caller to either leave information anonymously, or call back again during regular business hours, or keep trying until the Police Coordinator answers the phone.

If the information you give the Police Coordinator leads to the arrest, indictment, or even, in some cases, University discipline apart from criminal charges, you may qualify for a cash reward. The reward is handled as a blind pick-up at a pre-arranged location, and in the case of a check, you need only endorse it with your code number -- no one will ever know who you are! A volunteer citizen board comprised of a diverse group of students, staff, and non-UW personnel from the campus and surrounding area governs it. Sergeant Benjamin Newman serves as the Police Coordinator, and reports directly to the citizen board. Targeted offenses may be seen or heard on posters, newspaper articles, radio, or TV public service announcements.



Keywords:POLICE CRIME THEFT STOPPER REWARD   Doc ID:10237
Owner:Geoff M.Group:Campus and Visitor Relations
Created:2009-06-03 18:00 CSTUpdated:2017-11-27 10:11 CST
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