Call 911 for serious emergencies!
To request a report that has already been filed, you may fill out a Records Request Form.
Any records request will be denied if a state photo ID is not present at the time of the request or if the information is not filled out in its entirety.
Please turn the form in at the Public Safety Command Center in Room B1240 on the Truax campus.
Once your request for records is submitted, it will be reviewed by Madison College Public Safety's command staff. You will receive a response within five business days.
Due to ongoing investigations and confidential information, all records may not be accessible, and some documentation may be withheld from records before being distributed.
Requests are handled in the order in which they are received and are processed in as timely a manner as possible. You will receive a copy of the request upon submission.
The Public Safety Department uses the Wisconsin State Capitol Police Department to provide dispatch services for the department. The hours for this service are Monday through Friday from 10 pm to 6:30 am and 24 hours on Saturdays, and Sundays, including holidays.
When contacting Public Safety during those hours, the State Capitol Police will answer, and don’t hang up - you are calling the correct number!
Public Safety Education
During any event, stop by and visit the Public Safety Services office for safety tips, helpful hints, and any other information you would like to know.
We are your one-stop department for information on parking policies, safety, and security at Madison College.
All-Campus Routine Patrols and Parking Enforcement
Our routine patrols the interior and exterior of all Madison College-owned and leased buildings by uniformed patrol officers via foot, bicycle, and marked squad cars.
Check out the Parking page to learn more about our protocol.
Active Shooter Protocol and Training
Using the information you know, such as disturbing noise, gunshots, group of people running, or WolfPack Alert, make the best determination on what your course of action should be. If you can safely run and evacuate the building, you should make your best attempt to do so. If the shooter is in your immediate vicinity, hiding and barricading may be your best option.
Public Safety also offers Active Shooter Training to students and staff upon request.
If you are looking to gain valuable information on how you can be better prepared in the event of an active threat on campus, please contact Sergeant Lucas Adler at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
National Terrorism Advisory System
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has established a National Terrorism Advisory System to provide the public with information regarding terrorist threats.
Please check the National Terrorism Advisory System for periodic updates and instructions in case of a situation that threatens the campus.