Police

If you or anyone else is in immediate danger call 911

or the University Police at (414) 229-9911


After a sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking incident, you may choose to file a police report. If you want to file a criminal complaint, you must file a police report. Making a complaint with the Title IX Coordinator does not begin a police investigation. However, the UWM Police will notify the University of any police complaints about sexual violence from UWM students.

If you are the victim of a crime, you may come in contact with the criminal justice system. As this process begins, you are entitled to certain rights under Wisconsin Statutes and the Wisconsin Constitution.

In addition, victims of violent crime may have significant out-of-pocket expenses through no fault of their own. The Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Crime Victim Compensation Program helps pay for unreimbursed eligible expenses that result from the crime.


UW-Milwaukee

On-Campus Police

UWM Police Department

3410 N. Maryland Avenue

Milwaukee, WI 53211

Non-emergency: (414) 229-4627

On-campus Emergencies: 9-911

Website: UWM Police Department

Off-Campus Police

Milwaukee Police Department

749 W. State Street

Milwaukee, WI 53233

Non-emergency: (414) 933-4444

Emergency: 911

Website: Milwaukee Police Department

UWM-Waukesha

Off-Campus Police

Waukesha Police Department

1901 Delafield Street

Waukesha, WI 53188

Non-emergency: (262) 524-3831

Emergency: 911

Website: Waukesha Police Department

UWM-Washington County

Off-Campus Police

West Bend Police Department

1115 S. Main Street

West Bend, WI 53095

Non-emergency: (262) 335-5000

Emergency: 911

Website: West Bend Police Department


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