Student employees of the libraries are responsible for keeping the students, workers, and building safe. If something does not seem right, report it immediately!
This session deals with general information about the building as well as issues of safety in security. It covers TWO powerpoint presentations regarding tips on staying safe, procedures for dealing with problem users or criminal activity, fire alarms and other general safety or facility issues are available for download from the left.
Online Incident Report All incidents should be reported using the online form. Immediate concerns should be handled by Kim Silbersack (6206) or Campus police (Emergency 9-911, non-emergency 4627)
Emergency call numbers
9-911 - Emergency
4627 - Campus Police
6206 - Kim Silbersack Facilities Manager
From: "Kim M Silbersack" <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2010 12:18:33 PM
Subject: Reminder: Emergency Calling for Help
This is a reminder, that if you need help in an emergency situation you may either push the panic button, if your department has one, or you may dial 9-911 from a campus phone. Either way, campus police and library security will promptly arrive in your area.
There are no exact rules dictating when you should call for help, although here are some examples:
It is always better to error on the side of caution and to call for help if you feel afraid or uncomfortable with a situation.
Please take this time to re-familiarize yourself with the location of the panic button in your area.
You may also want to program the campus police emergency number and non-emergency numbers into your cell phone.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Each service counter has a panic button hidden from the public?
If you are having trouble with a patron, you can slyly or quickly get help from campus police.
Ask your supervisor where it is in your area!
"Soliciting, selling, or displaying of items for sale is not allowed. Obtain permission from Libraries Facilities Management Department to leave any materials or to post information either in or outside the building. UWS 18.06(16) and UWS 18.06(17)"
(From the UWM Libraries User Rights and Responsibilities)