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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Neenah Police Department Accredited? Yes, the Neenah Police Department became accredited in February of 2019. There are over 500 law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin, and the Neenah Police Department is one of only 42 accredited police departments in the state (as of June [read more…]

K9 Donations & Fundraising

Posted on May 8, 2020 by Police Admin

All of our canines have been purchased through donations from the community and fundraisers, such as our stuffed K9 and coffee mug sales. We are constantly fundraising, as it costs a lot of money to purchase the dog, training, and equipment. A fully-equipped K9 costs [read more…]

Retired K9s

Posted on May 8, 2020 by Police Admin

K9 Cedric Active years: 2012-2020 The Neenah Police Department purchased our first canine (K9 Cedric) in 2012 from FoxTal Training Center in Black Creek, WI. He’s a German shepherd and was purchased solely through donations without any taxpayer costs. Cedric was born in Germany on [read more…]

Neighborhood Policing

Neighborhood Policing: Partnerships that Work The City of Neenah is divided into two neighborhood policing districts: East and West View our Police Neighborhoods Map to see how the districts are divided. How Does Neighborhood Policing Work? Two lieutenants oversee each district, with the support of [read more…]

Bicycle Patrol

The Neenah Police Department is dedicated to serving and protecting the City of Neenah. Bicycles allow officers to get out of their squads and interact with the public on a more personal level. Our bicycle patrol officers are specifically trained in bicycle handling and patrol [read more…]

Press Releases

2021 January 14, 2021 – Press Release – Homicide Conviction – 01-14-21 January 14, 2021 – Press Release – Stabbing Incident 2020 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014

Mapping & More

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