University of Wisconsin–Madison

Information on Interpersonal Violence

The University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Division of Student Life are committed to providing an environment that is free of sexual misconduct, stalking, and dating and domestic violence in any form.  We are dedicated to creating a safe and secure campus that allows students, faculty, staff and third parties the right to learn, work and live.  These standards apply to all regardless of sex, gender, or sexual orientation.

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If you need immediate emergency assistance or to report a crime, call 911. To reach the University of Wisconsin Police, call (608) 264-2677.

Faculty, staff, teaching assistants, and others who work directly with students at UW-Madison are required by state and federal law to report first-hand knowledge or disclosures of sexual assault. When a victim of sexual assault or other crimes discloses his or her experience to you, submit an online report with as much information as you have. You are not required to include the victim/complainant’s name in the submission. For more information on Clery Act reporting obligations, please review the information available here.

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