Chapter UWSP 18 Codes
18.11(7) Persons Prohibited from Entering University Lands.
18.11(7)(a) No person who
is in a state of suspension or expulsion from the university under ch.
UWS 17, or who takes leave or resigns under charges after being charged
by the university under ch. UWS 17, may enter the university lands of
any institution without the written consent of the chief administrative
18.11(7)(b) No person who
is convicted of any crime involving danger to property or persons as a
result of conduct by him or her on university lands may enter any
university lands within 2 years of the effective date of his or her
conviction without the written consent of the chief administrative
18.11(7)(c) In granting
or denying consent to enter a campus under s. 36.35(3), Stats., or par.
(a) or (b), the following shall be considered:
1. The probability that the offensive conduct will be continued or repeated by the applicant.
2. The need for the
applicant to enter university lands, for example, to attend a university
disciplinary hearing in which the applicant is being tried or is to be a
witness, or to receive treatment in university hospitals.
18.11(7)(d) No person who
has been determined to have committed serious or repeated violations of
ss. UWS 18.06 to 18.12 and to whom the chief administrative officer has
issued a written order prohibiting entry on university lands may enter
the university lands of that institution.
provisions of this section in no way limit the chief administrative
officer from issuing a written order barring any person from entering
the university lands of that institution in accordance with the chief
administrative officer’s responsibility for the health, safety, and
welfare of the university.
18.11(7)(f) For the
purposes of s. 36.35(3), Stats., and par. (b), "crime involving danger
to property or persons" shall mean any crime defined in ch. 940, Stats.
(crimes against life and bodily security); s. 941.12, Stats.
(interfering with fire fighting); s. 941.13, Stats. (false alarms); s.
941.20, Stats. (endangering safety by use of dangerous weapon); s.
941.21, Stats. (disarming a peace officer); s. 941.23, Stats. (carrying
concealed weapon); s. 941.235, Stats. (carrying firearm in public
building); s. 941.24, Stats. (possession of switchblade knife); s.
941.26, Stats. (machine guns and other weapons); s. 941.28, Stats.
(possession of short-barreled shotgun or short-barreled rifle); s.
941.29, Stats. (possession of firearm); s. 941.295, Stats. (possession
of electric weapon); s. 941.30, Stats. (recklessly endangering safety);
s. 941.32, Stats. (administering dangerous or stupefying drug); s.
941.37, Stats. (obstructing emergency or rescue personnel); s. 943.01,
Stats. (criminal damage to property); s. 943.02, Stats. (arson of
buildings; damage of property by explosives); s. 943.03, Stats. (arson
of property other than building); s. 943.05, Stats. (placing of
combustible materials an attempt); s. 943.06, Stats. (Molotov
cocktails); s. 943.10, Stats. (burglary); s. 943.11, Stats. (entry into
locked vehicle); s. 943.14, Stats. (criminal trespass to dwellings); s.
943.32, Stats. (robbery); s. 944.20, Stats. (lewd and lascivious
behavior); s. 946.41, Stats. (resisting or obstructing officer); s.
947.015, Stats. (bomb scares); s. 167.10, Stats. (fireworks regulated);
or attempts to commit any of the above crimes as defined in s. 939.32,
18.11(8) Selling, Peddling and Soliciting.
No person may sell, peddle or solicit for the sale of goods, services,
or contributions on any university lands except in the case of:
permission in advance from a specific university office or the occupant
of a university house, apartment, or residence hall for a person engaged
in that activity to come to that particular office, house, apartment,
or residence hall for that purpose.
18.11(8)(b) Sales by an
individual of personal property owned or acquired by the seller
primarily for his/her own use pursuant to an allocation of space for
that purpose by an authorized university official.
18.11(8)(c) Sales of newspapers and similar printed matter outside university buildings.
membership, ticket sales solicitation, fund-raising, selling, and
soliciting activities by or under the sponsorship of a university or
registered student organization pursuant to a contract with the
university for the allocation or rental of space for that purpose.
events in a university building pursuant to contract with the
university, and food, beverage or other concessions conducted pursuant
to a contract with the university.
18.11(8)(f) Solicitation of political contributions under ch. 11, Stats., and institutional regulations governing time, place and manner.
18.11(9) Campaigning in State-owned Residence Halls.
18.11(9)(a) The residence
halls students of each institution, subject to the approval of the
chief administrative officer, shall establish policies and procedures
assuring that political literature may be distributed and political
campaigning may be conducted in state-owned residence halls consistent
with the rights of residence halls students, and prescribing the time,
place and manner in which these activities may be conducted.
appropriate and consistent with the rights of residence halls students,
the policies and procedures developed under this subsection shall apply
to all residence halls at an institution. Matters to be addressed in
institutional policies and procedures shall include at least the
1. The hours of the day and the time of year, if any, to which particular activities shall be limited.
2. The locations in residence halls, if any, to which particular activities shall be limited.
3. Any requirement for registering or obtaining permission to enter a residence hall before engaging in a particular activity.
Notwithstanding s. UWS 18.14, institutional policies and procedures
developed pursuant to this subsection shall be reported to the board of
regents for approval.
policies and procedures developed pursuant to this subsection shall be
available at each residence hall, at the office of each chief
administrative officer of an institution, and at the office of the
secretary to the board of regents.
18.12(1) Computer Data, Programs, Equipment or Supplies. No person may willfully, knowingly and without authorization do or attempt to do any of the following:
18.12(1)(a) Modify, destroy, access, take possession of or copy data, computer programs or supporting documentation;
restricted access codes or other restricted access information to a
person not authorized to possess such codes or information;
18.12(1)(c) Modify, destroy, use, take or damage a computer, computer system or computer network;
destroy, use, take or damage any equipment or supplies used, or intended
to be used, in a computer, computer system or computer network.
18.12(1)(e) Cause an
interruption in service by submitting a message or multiple messages to a
computer, computer program, computer system, or computer network that
exceeds the processing capacity of the computer, computer program,
computer system, or computer network.
18.12(2) Fraud in University Accommodations or Eating Places.
18.12 (a) No person may,
after having received any food, lodging or other service or
accommodation at any university facility or eating place, intentionally
abscond without paying.
18.12(b) No person may,
while in any university facility or eating place, intentionally defraud
the university or its employees or agents in charge of the facility or
eating place, in any transaction arising out of the relationship as a
user of the facility or eating place.
18.12(c) In this
subsection, prima facie evidence that the person intentionally absconded
without paying for the food, lodging or other service or intentionally
defrauded the university or its employees or agents has the meaning and
includes the items of proof set forth in s. 943.21(2), Stats.
18.12(3) Issue of Worthless Check.
18.12(3)(a) No person may
issue any check or other order for the payment of money in an amount
not more than $2,500 which, at the time of issuance, he or she intends
shall not be paid.
18.12(3)(b) In this
subsection, prima facie evidence that the person, at the time he or she
issued the check or other order for the payment of money, intended it
should not be paid, has the meaning and includes the items of proof set
forth in s. 943.24, Stats.
18.12(3)(c) This subsection does not apply to a postdated check or to a check given for past consideration, except a payroll check.
18.12(4) Library Materials.
18.12(4)(a) No person may
intentionally take, carry away, transfer, conceal or retain possession
of any library material without the consent of a library official, agent
or employee and with the intent to deprive the library of possession of
concealment of library material beyond the last station for borrowing
library material in a library is evidence of intent to deprive the
library of possession of the material. The discovery of library material
which has not been borrowed in accordance with the library's procedures
or taken with consent of a library official, agent or employee and
which is concealed upon the person or among the belongings of the person
or concealed by a person upon the person or among the belongings of
another is evidence of intentional concealment on the part of the person
so concealing the material.
18.12(5) Retail Theft.
18.12(5)(a) No person may
intentionally alter indicia of price or value of merchandise or take
and carry away, transfer, conceal or retain possession of merchandise
held for resale by a merchant, or property of the merchant, without his
or her consent and with intent to deprive the merchant permanently of
possession, or the full purchase price of the merchandise.
18.12(5)(b) No person may
intentionally remove a theft detection device from merchandise, or use a
theft detection shielding device, without the merchant’s consent and
with intent to deprive the merchant permanently of possession, or the
full purchase price of the merchandise.
18.12(5)(c) In this
subsection, "merchant" includes any "merchant" as defined in s.
402.104(3), Stats., and any vendor or bookstore authorized to sell in
university buildings or on university lands.
18.12(5)(d) In this
subsection, "theft detection device" means any tag or other device that
is used to prevent or detect theft and that is attached to merchandise
held for resale by a merchant or to property of a merchant, and "theft
detection shielding device" means any laminated or coated bag or device
designed to shield such merchandise from detection by an electronic or
magnetic theft alarm sensor.
18.12(6)(a) No person may
intentionally take and carry away, use, transfer, conceal, or retain
possession of movable property of another with a value of under $100,
without consent and with the intent to deprive the owner permanently of
18.12(6)(b) No person may
intentionally take and carry away, use, transfer, conceal, or retain
possession of movable property of another with a value of at least $100
but not more than $1,000, without consent and with the intent to deprive
the owner permanently of such property.
18.12(7) Use of Cheating Tokens.
No person may obtain the property or services of another by depositing
anything which he or she knows is not lawful money or is an unauthorized
token in any receptacle used for the deposit of coins or tokens.
No person may break, tear up, mar, destroy or deface any notice, tree,
vine, shrub, flower or other vegetation, or dislocate any stones, or
disfigure natural conditions, or deface, alter, destroy or damage in any
way any other property, real or personal, within the boundaries of any
university lands unless authorized by the chief administrative officer.