Neighborhood Policing: Partnerships that Work
How Does Neighborhood Policing Work?
- A lieutenant commands each district
- Each lieutenant has five officers assigned to him or her and is responsible for tracking crime trends and traffic concerns in the district
- Officers 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 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 links listed below
District 1 Boundaries: North of Winneconne Ave. and west of N. Commercial St.
District 1 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 2 Boundaries: South of Nicolet Blvd. from S. Commercial St. east to Lakeshore Ave., south to Washington Ave./Doty Ave.
District 2 Contact Email: email@example.com
District 3 Boundaries: South of Wisconsin Ave. and Washington Ave., west of S. Park Ave. to Green Bay Rd., north of Cecil St.
District 3 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 4 Boundaries: South of Winneconne Ave., west of Green Bay Rd. to Cecil St. to Harrison St., and north of Breezewood Ln.
District 4 Contact Email: email@example.com
District 5 Boundaries: South of Cecil St., east of Harrison St., and north of Bell St.
District 5 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
District 6 Boundaries: South of Breezewood Ln./Bell St.
District 6 Contact Email: email@example.com