University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Police Department

  • Agency: University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Police Department
  • Address: 3410 N MDAve., Milwaukee, 53211 WI
  • Chief:
Phone: (414) 229-9911

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Police Department is located at 3410 N MDAve., Milwaukee, 53211 WI. The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Police Department phone number is (414) 229-9911.

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Police Department News

Last night, our night shift officers held a Coffee with a Cart event in Sandburg North Tower! It was a great turnout and tons of fun! Thanks to all of those that stopped by! #BuildingRelationships ~ #ProtectingCommunity

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We would like to thank everyone who came out for our Coffee with a Cop event today, especially our partners (UWM’s Accessibility Resource Center). We had a great turn out and a ton of fun. We hope to see everyone at our next event!

Our friends at Safety and Assurances wanted to remind everyone that Flu season is here. The best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated every year. Tips to prevent seasonal flu: Opportunities to receive a flu shot at UWM: #SafetyTip #UWM #Flu

Coffee w/ a Cop! When: Today Where: Library (1st floor next to the GRIND) Time: 9am-11am Free Coffee,Cookies, Cocoa, Conversation. See you there!

Do you like FREE coffee? FREE cocoa? FREE Cookies? Please join us for our Coffee w/ a Cop event this Thursday. We will be partnering with the Accessibility Resource Center. 9AM-11AM (Library 1st Floor) Hope to see you there! #UWMPDCWC #FREECOFFEE #BuildingRelationships ~ #ProtectingCommunity

October 20th is National Move Over Day: To help safeguard law enforcement officers, emergency responders, road maintenance workers, and others who work on the side of highways, Wisconsin has a "Move Over Law." The law requires drivers to shift lanes or slow down in order to provide a "safety zone" for a squad car, ambulance, fire truck, tow truck, utility vehicle, or highway maintenance vehicle that is stopped on the side of a road with its warning lights flashing. Please see the DOT's site for more info:

We have seen an increase in bike thefts on campus and near campus locations. We would like to remind everybody of the following safety tips to safeguard against bicycle thefts: •Use a U-Lock instead of a cable lock. U-Locks are solid steel and are very hard to cut. Cable locks can be cut easily. •Always secure your bike to a bike rack or solid object. Secure both wheels and frame. •Remember that locks are only a deterrent. •Report all suspicious persons loitering around bike racks to Police. •If it can be removed, it can be stolen! Quick release tires and adjustable bicycle seats are good examples of parts that are stolen easily. •Engrave identifying markings on anything removable to aid in recovery, but better to secure your bicycle parts so that they cannot be removed easily. •Keep a record of your bike’s serial number. If your bicycle is stolen report the incident to the police immediately. UWM Police Department 414-229-4627 UWM.EDU/POLICE

Join us tomorrow, it's our first 'Coffee with a Cop' of the school year! #FreeCoffee #FreeCocoa #FreeConvo #UWMPDCWC

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has designated September 25 as national “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day. The “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign works with partners year-round to inspire, empower and educate the public on suspicious activity reporting. By designating a day to the campaign, the Department hopes to highlight the importance of suspicious activity reporting. Please visit

The Safety & Resource Fair is TODAY! -Spaight's Plaza -10am-2pm See you there! #UWMSafetyWeek #BuildingRelationships ~ #ProtectingCommunity

Our friends at Safety and Assurances will also be participating at Campus Safety Week. Come join them Monday, September 24th in Spaight’s Plaza and learn how to put out a fire! Remember to utilize the PASS system if you need to use a fire extinguisher. Pull the pin Aim at base of the fire Squeeze handle Sweep slowly from side to side See you there!

Stop by Spaight’s Plaza Monday, to help us kick off Safety Week! We have many FREE Safety Training's throughout the week! We will conclude our week with our very first Coffee with a Cop of the semester! #SafetyWeek #ComeSeeUs #BuildingRelationships ~ #ProtectingCommunity


If you ride your bike to and from campus..Here’s what you need to know: - Bicycle laws: Bicycles are vehicles and the same traffic laws apply - Bicycle lights: Are required by law at night - Bicycle helmets: Can save your life #TrafficTipThursday #BuildingRelationships ~ #ProtectingCommunity

Welcome back Students and Staff! Our SAFEWALK team is back and ready to help you get to your destination safely. Have a safe, enjoyable school year!

UWM Safety Alert: A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Northern Milwaukee County until 5:30PM. Please monitor the weather.

Mark your calendars!!

The annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign continues through Labor Day. As part of the nationwide effort to save lives and prevent injuries, law enforcement agencies from around Wisconsin will patrol in greater numbers, and for longer hours, to arrest impaired drivers and get them off the road. What can you do? - If you suspect an impaired driver, contact 911. - Never allow someone to get behind the wheel impaired. -Consider downloading the free "Drive Sober" mobile app. (Along with a designated driver selector, it includes a find-a-ride feature that uses a smart phone’s GPS system to locate alternative transportation.) #DriveSober

A few weeks ago the “UWM Report” posted an article on Alisha Andrews going above and beyond to help a student find her missing wallet. The UWM-PD wanted to show their thanks and met with Alisha yesterday to provide her with a UWMPD Coffee Mug (Building Relationships ~ Protecting Community) If you haven’t read the article, you can click the link below. Thank you Alisha, you are appreciated!!

Speed Enforcement: Please slow down on and around campus. Officers will be out monitoring speed throughout the month of August. Please see our map that shows the speed limits in our area. #TrafficTipThursday #WatchYourSpeed #SafetyFirst #BuildingRelationshipsProtectingCommunity