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The Platteville Police Department has 20 sworn officers and helps to maintain one of the safest small town environments in Wisconsin and the nation. The Platteville Police Station is located at the corner of Mineral and Fourth St., 165 N. Fourth St., Platteville, WI 53818-0780. Tel: 608-348-2313, Fax: 608-348-4916.
Under the general direction of the City Manager, the Chief of Police is responsible for planning, coordinating, supervising, and evaluating all police department operations. The two Lieutenants command the two major divisions in the police department reporting to the Chief of Police. One commander directs Operations and is responsible for all patrol personnel, the community policing coordinator, animal control, and the field training of new officers. The other commander directs Support Services and is responsible for all criminal investigative personnel including the direction of the community service officers, and school crossing guards. The Office Manager directs the telecommunications staff, technology support, and department clerical personnel. Together,the Management Team collaborates on budget preparation, policy development, program development, and the general administration of the Police Department.
The Platteville Police Deparment is taking a critical step in creating a new communication path by sending alerts and advisories to the public as it happens. Nixle is a free notification service for government agencies to securely communicate with citizens via e-mail, SMS/text messages, and Internet posts.
Nixle messages from the Platteville Police Department may include, but are not limited to, important information on car accidents, traffic diversions, fires, hazardous situations, severe weather, road closures, important construction information and other news or events officials feel is both proximate and personally relevant to the community.
The Police Department encourages you to sign up; it’s free and easy. To register, click here.
Sergeant Andrea Droessler Graduates From WI Law Enforcement Command College | Jul 02, 2015
PLATTEVILLE, WI (July 2, 2015) – The City of Platteville would like to congratulate Sergeant Andrea Droessler on the completion of the WI Law Enforcement Command College program. Andrea graduated from this course on June 5th, along with 29 other Law Enforcement professionals from Wisconsin. Attendees in the class represented State agencies, Sheriff's Departments and Municipal agencies. WI Law Enforcement Command College is a nationally accredited leadership and management program. Through out the six-week course participants gain knowledge in various topics such as ethics, strategic planning, risk management, problem solving, succession planning, project and crisis management. The curriculum includes classroom…
Police Dept. Will Temporarily Close Specific Streets After Fireworks Display on July 4 | Jul 01, 2015
In an effort to reduce crashes and keep pedestrians safe, Platteville Police will be closing 2nd Street between Pitt and Sylvia Streets immediately after the Platteville Fireworks display on Saturday, July 4. Vehicles will not be allowed to travel north on Second Street passed Pitt Street. Vehicles will not be able to continue south on Second Street from Sylvia Street. Pedestrians are encouraged to cross 2nd Street between the barricades that will be blocking traffic in this area. Officers will be directing traffic at the following intersections: 2nd at Pitt Street 2nd at Sylvia Street Water Street at Pitt Street…
Reminder: Dog Licenses Due April 1, 2015
Reminder: Dog license fees are to be paid to the Platteville Police Department by Wednesday, April, 1, 2015.
Please note that the City of Platteville Municipal Code Chapter 6.09 states: “Persons keeping, harboring, or maintaining more than four dogs over the age of 5 months in one location shall, in addition to the individual license for each dog required by this chapter or state statutes, obtain an annual kennel license. No more than 10 dogs over the age of 5 months shall be kept on any one premise.”
Platteville Police Department
Police Department Mission Statement, Organizational Goals, and Organizational Values
The Platteville Police Department has been in existence since approximately 1900. However, a fire that destroyed City Hall in 1927 and another in the early 1950′s effectively destroyed most of the records from the early part of the century. Therefore, the records are very sketchy and most of the following information has been gleaned from old newspapers and personal reminiscences.
City Parking Regulations
Parking regulations in the City of Platteville are enforced by the Platteville Police Department. For questions concerning parking rules, regulations, and enforcement, contact the Platteville Police Department at 348-2313 or City Hall at 348-9741. Please check the information in the left and right columns for specific parking information.
*No parking is allowed on any City Street for more than 48 hours.*