Any public record requests will be handled as soon as practicable under the circumstances due to the current public health emergency as a result of COVID-19.
Records personnel are responsible for data entry and processing requests for reports maintained by the Public Safety Department. Examples of reports include such things as incident reports, traffic accident reports, traffic citations, and village ordinance tickets.
Police reports may be requested from the Public Safety Department in person, by phone, or through U.S. mail. Requests made in person may not be processed immediately. All reports are subject to a review process.
The Records Unit is staffed with personnel Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
When requesting a record from the Public Safety Department, your request must include enough information for us to be able to locate the record. Every effort will be made to process requests for records within 10 business days of receiving the request. All requests for information will be processed in accordance with the State of Wisconsin Open Records Law and department policy.
A fee will be charged for records and the fee is determined based on the type of record, mailing costs, and other fees allowed by state statute.