Yes. In life threatening emergency situations, dial 911 regardless of your location. The 911 center will contact campus police immediately.
The legal drinking age in the State of Wisconsin is 21 years of age. Therefore, you have violated Wisconsin State Statutes and are subject to a citation.
A Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) is a registered nurse (RN) who has received special training in order to provide comprehensive care to the sexual assault patient, and who has been specially trained on collecting forensic evidence (evidence that is suitable for use in court). The SANE will discuss what happened to you, do an exam looking for injury, provide medication to decrease your chance of getting sexually transmitted infections, and also offer medication that will prevent a pregnancy. In addition to medical treatment and forensic evidence collection, you will be provided the names of other professionals who will be available to you on a referral basis for follow-up care.
If you believe you have been Sexually Assaulted it is best if you do not bathe, shower, change your clothes, or brush your teeth after the assault since some evidence may be lost. If you have done any of these, still come in and discuss it with the SANE. An exam can still be done.
The UW-L campus has a variety of blue-light emergency telephones located throughout campus. The telephones automatically ring to University Police when activated.
The UW-L Police Department will provide you with a booster pack to jump start vehicles, compressed air, and lock de-ice. We can also arrange for towing service if needed.
The LE Center is located at 333 Vine street which is at the corner of 3rd and Vine street.
Police reports can be requested after an initial appearance has happened within that case.
608.789.9999 (emergencies only)
911 (life-threatening emergencies)
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