Crime Report Data

The UW-Green Bay Police Department maintains a specific Clery Crime and Fire Log, updated within two business days after receiving a report, this log is maintained in compliance with the Clery Act. A copy of the log, which is maintained for minimum of 60 days, can be viewed in person at UW-Green Bay Police Department located at 2420 Nicolet Drive Instructional Services, IS Building, Room 1024, during normal business hours. The links below are provided as a courtesy, for ease of access by the general public, and to reduce clerical demands on our front office. The following is specific to Clery reportable crimes and is NOT a definitive list of all officer calls for service.

The full Annual Security Report and Fire Safety Report can be found using the link to the left. The following report contains a representation using raw data from Calls for Service.

 

 

Historical Data

 

Use of Force Data

The data indicates that a small percentage of police-public encounters involve force. When you focus solely on the use of force by University Police, those uses of force become exceedingly rare. This is a testament to our officer’s ability to effectively use their de-escalation training and apply learned techniques. This training and University Police policy requires Officers to use force progressively and with the most appropriate option. This means that officers are trained and required to use use the LEAST amount of force necessary to accomplish their lawful objectives.

When injuries occur as a result of the use of force, they are likely to be minor. In one study cited by the Office of Justice Programs, it found that the most common injury to a suspect was a bruise or abrasion (48 percent) and that a use of force typically occurs when police are trying to make an arrest and the suspect is resisting.

The following are a list of incidents in which force was used by University Officers.

DATE INCIDENT HIGHEST FORCE INJURY SUMMARY
2022.09.06 22-704152 WEAPON DISPLAY NO SUBJECT FLED TRAFFIC STOP, CRASHED, AND WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY DURING HIGH RISK STOP.