Neighborhood Policing… partnerships that work
A Lieutenant commands each district and is responsible for tracking crime trends and traffic concerns in their district. Each Lieutenant has five officers assigned to them.
Our officers will work cooperatively with citizens to identify concerns, target specific issues, and reduce crime in their neighborhoods.
Why Implement Neighborhood Policing?
- To be proactive, rather than reactive, in our policing efforts
- To have the community know their officers
- To have the officers know their community
- To strengthen partnerships between the community and their officers
- To empower the community
- Increase Community Engagement
- Reduce Crime
- Reduce Traffic Complaints
When Should You call?
- For emergencies, call 911
- For non-emergencies, call 920-886-6000
- To contact a neighborhood police officer, email them directly from the emails listed below
District 1 Boundaries: North of Winneconne Avenue & West of North Commercial Street (Download District 1 PDF)
District 1 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet your District 1 officers:
District 2 Boundaries: North border is Nicolet Blvd. S. Commercial east to Lakeshore, south to Washington Avenue/Doty Avenue (Download District 2 pdf)
Meet your District 2 officers:
District 3 Boundaries: South of Wisconsin and Washington, West of South Park to Green Bay Road, North of Cecil Street (Download District 3 pdf)
District 3 Email: mailto:email@example.com
Meet your District 3 officers:
District 4 Boundaries: South of Winneconne Avenue & West of Green Bay Road to Cecil to Harrison & North of Breezewood Lane (Download District 4 PDF)
District 4 Contact Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet your District 4 officers:
District 5 Boundaries: South of Cecil Street & East of Harrison Street & North of Bell Street (Download District 5 PDF)
District 5 Contact Email: mailto:email@example.com
Meet your District 5 officers: