The Menomonie Police Department is a progressive police department that has 27 Sworn Officers that handle an average of over 16,000 calls for service per year. These incidents range from felony, misdemeanor, traffic and city ordinance arrests to public relations and general public assistance calls. The Department has 7 civilian support personnel that work in areas such as records, court coordinating and general administrative duties.
Of the 27 officers, the Department has a Chief and six staff officers consisting of two Commanders and four Sergeants. There are seventeen Patrol Officers and three specialty positions. For the specialty positions, one officer is a General Investigator, one officer is assigned to narcotics investigations and the West Central Wisconsin Drug Task Force and another officer is a Youth Services Officer and juvenile crime investigator.
The Menomonie Police Department is located at 615 Stokke Parkway in Menomonie. The Police Department moved to the Dunn County Judicial Center on December 8, 1998 from its old location on 17th Street in Menomonie. The Police Department shares the Dunn County Judicial Center facility with the Dunn County Sheriff's Department, Dunn County Jail, Dunn County Courthouse and Dunn County Emergency Communications Center.
The Menomonie Police Department created a survey to better assess the perceptions of the Department and the needs of the community. The survey will take about 5 minutes to complete. To take the survey, CLICK HERE
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