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Police Department

RATED #1 Safest Community in the State by NICHE.COM

For Emergency Help dial 911

CHIEF SALVADOR TAMEZ

130 N. Harrison Street
North Prairie, Wisconsin  53153
(262) 392-2229
(262) 392-3081  (Fax)

Office Hours:  Monday – Friday   9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Non-emergency during closed office hours call:  (262) 446-5070

Email Address: [email protected]


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MISSION STATEMENT

The North Prairie Police Department is dedicated to providing the best possible service to the community in order to make it a better place in which to work and live.  We take pride in the fact that we are open to the public’s concerns and are willing to make the extra effort to create a comfortable and secure community.

There are a number of services that we provide to aid citizens in safeguarding their homes and families; as a department we continually try to add to that list.  Citizen participation is one of the most effective tools in fighting against crime and it’s our goal to raise citizen awareness and encourage active participation in crime prevention.  The members of this department will continue to work together with the community to provide security and education to all village residents as well as our visitors.

 


Overnight Parking Is Prohibited from 2:00 a.m to 6:00 a.m.

Further information can be found under: Municipal Codes, Chapter 50- Traffic and Motor Vehicles, Sec., 50-34

 


Police Department Use of Force Policy

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The North Prairie Police Department wishes everyone a HAPPY AND SAFE HALLOWEEN!!
    
Homeowners: please remember if you are participating in this year's Trick-or-Treat celebration,

PLEASE REMEMBER TO TURN ON YOUR FRONT DOOR LIGHT so children know it is OK to approach.

     Here are a few tips to keep your Trick-or-Treater safe:

     * Wear warm and comfortable clothes.

     * Make sure their mask does not prevent them from seeing where they are going or seeing oncoming traffic.

     * It gets dark early, so please make sure they use a flashlight, or wear bright clothes so they can be seen.

     * Whenever possible, have an adult walk with them.

     *** Please remember; It is unlawful to use an ATV, Lawn Mower, Golf Cart or vehicle of any type to pull a trailer with children or adults riding in the trailer. BE SAFE!