The University of Wisconsin-Platteville places the safety and well-being of students, employees and the public at the top of its priorities. Education, training, testing emergency procedures and crime prevention techniques are UW-Platteville's first priority and includes observation, awareness, risk assessment, planning, and reporting.
In the case of an emergency, dial 911. If you are ever in doubt about a situation being an emergency, it is better to treat it as an emergency! Cell phones can be a valuable asset in an emergency, but there is a possibility that the call is received by an agency outside of your geographical area. You must be prepared to provide as much information as possible, including detailed description of your location.
- University Police: 608.342.1584 (after hours calls are forwarded to the Platteville Police)
- City of Platteville Police: 608.348.2313 (24 hours)
- Dean of Students: 608.342.1854
- Facilities Management: 608.342.1155
- Hazardous Waste/Safety: 608.342.1188
- University Counseling: 608.342.1865
- University Health Services: 608.342.1891
- Southwest Health Center: 608.348.2331 (24 hours)
- Unified Counseling: 1.800.362.5717 (24-hour emergency line)
- Family Advocates: 608.348.3838 or 1.800.924.2624 (24 hours)
- University Human Resources: 608.342.1176
Assisting persons with disabilities
Students, staff, and faculty with disabilities are vulnerable, like all members of the campus community, to the various disasters and emergencies that might affect the UW-Platteville campus. To mitigate these vulnerabilities, individuals with disabilities should take additional steps to prepare themselves.
Tools for students and staff
- How can I personally prepare for an emergency?
- Active shooter training
- Emergency procedures
- Emergency call boxes
- UW-Platteville Pioneer Alerts
- UW-Platteville Rave Guardian Safety application
- City of Platteville Code Red alerts
- Why get renters insurance?
- Emergency door-locking devices
Tools for departments and staff
- Meet the Local Emergency Planning Committee
- Response Plan
- COOP plans
- Crisis management plan
- Incident Command System concepts (PowerPoint)
- Free training provided by Federal Emergency Management Agency (IS-100)
- National Incident Management System concepts (PowerPoint)
- Free Online Training Provided by FEMA (IS-700.A)