Chippewa Falls Police Department

  • Agency: Chippewa Falls Police Department
  • Address: 210 Island St, Chippewa Falls, 54729 WI
  • Chief: Wayne A Nehring (Chief of Police)

Chippewa Falls Police Department is located at 210 Island St, Chippewa Falls, 54729 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Wayne A Nehring. The Chippewa Falls Police Department phone number is (715) 723-4424.

Chippewa Falls Police Department News

Looking for a fun way to donate towards our K9 program? Former Chippewa Falls Officer Rob Teuteberg with CVTC’s Criminal Justice Department and Andy Baus with CVTC’s EMS Department have put together a fund raiser called, “weirdos with beardos”. You can check it out at https://www.gofundme.com/xq8535n8

Thank You!!! Today Chief Kelm and other members of the Chippewa Falls Police Department met with the owner of Jacobson's Hardware & Greenhouse, Joel Jacobson along with his managers, Chris Bowe and Steve Kolstad. Officers thanked Jacobson for his generous donation of $1,500 towards our K9 program.

IT'S WANTED WEDNESDAY TIME!!! The following person is wanted by law enforcement at the time of this posting. If you have any information regarding this subject, or their whereabouts, please contact the Chippewa Falls Police Department. You may remain anonymous. Want even more information on local warrants? Check out the warrants page on our new website!

Happening Today! The Chippewa Family Restaurant is teaming up with Jason’s Presents again this year and donating a day of proceeds. Local law enforcement, firefighters and EMS will be on hand to help serve food and coffee. Please come join us on November 7th, 2017 for great food while helping a wonderful organization raise money. Jason’s Present’s goal is to provide area children with gifts at Christmas, forming a positive relationship between emergency services and the children, and carrying on Jason’s memory. Hope to see you all there. https://www.facebook.com/Chippewa-Family-Restaurant-108097155899271/

We are aware that power is out in the downtown area and sections of the West Hill. It is a result of the crash we posted about on River St earlier this morning. Xcel is working on the issue but they do not know when it will be restored. Thank you for your patience.

**Update**--The roadway is open and cleared. Thank you for your patience and understanding! ***TRAFFIC ADVISORY*** A section of W. River St. starting at the Lodge Tavern westbound until Spectrum is shut down due to power lines on the roadway. All traffic is being re-routed from this area and no vehicles are being allowed through. If you need access to Hwy 53 or are attempting to enter the downtown area from Hwy 53 you will need to utilize CTH S or Business 53. Xcel Energy is currently working on the issue and we hope to have it resolved as soon as possible. Thank you and sorry for the inconvenience.

The Chippewa Family Restaurant is teaming up with Jason’s Presents again this year and donating a day of proceeds. Local law enforcement, firefighters and EMS will be on hand to help serve food and coffee. Please come join us on November 7th, 2017 for great food while helping a wonderful organization raise money. Jason’s Present’s goal is to provide area children with gifts at Christmas, forming a positive relationship between emergency services and the children, and carrying on Jason’s memory. Hope to see you all there. https://www.facebook.com/Chippewa-Family-Restaurant-108097155899271/

Looking for information If you have any information regarding the recent thefts from vehicles please contact Investigator Jacobson at 715-726-2706 or message us on Facebook. You may remain anonymous.

Officer Avery stopped by to say hi yesterday for Halloween. We hope everyone had a safe and fun time trick or treating yesterday!

That time of year is right around the corner. Winter Parking rules go into effect November 15th. The police and street department will be closely monitoring the weather before we decide to start actually issuing citations. The Winter Parking Ordinance is covered by the Chippewa Falls Municipal Code 7.09(3)(c): No person shall park or leave parked any vehicle on any street, alley, highway or any right of way area, including any boulevard area, in the City for more than 30 minutes between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. from November 15 of one year to March 31 of the following year. The Street and Utility Maintenance Manager and the Chief of Police, by mutual agreement, are authorized to suspend enforcement of this subsection prior to April 1 if weather permits. From April 1 through November 14 of each year, this paragraph shall be effective only in the downtown area as defined in subparagraph (a)2. of this section. This paragraph shall not prohibit necessary parking by licensed health professionals on professional calls or restrict parking on boulevard areas where otherwise permitted such as by a street use permit.

IT'S WANTED WEDNESDAY TIME!!! The following person is wanted by law enforcement at the time of this posting. If you have any information regarding this subject, or their whereabouts, please contact the Chippewa Falls Police Department. You may remain anonymous. Want even more information on local warrants? Check out the warrants page on our new website!

Downtown Chippewa Falls Trick or Treat happening right now until 5pm Check out our spooky parking scooter. Today it’s scary to everyone, not just adults. Please be extra careful when walking or driving around downtown.

Chief Kelm learned about Officer Sherman Crunchley and his problems becoming the Police Chief of Biscuit City when he read to some of our kids last week during the "Chat with the Chief" event at the Chippewa Falls Public Library. He also answered a bunch of questions being a police officer here in Chippewa Falls. If you missed out he will be back on November 21st for Storytime at the Library.

Make sure your little ghosts and goblins stop by the Police Department, we’ll have some treats for them. Also look for our super scary parking scooter downtown and say hi

Shine blue for the badge is back!!! Want to show your support for law enforcement, but don’t know how? One simple way is to purchase a blue light bulb and turn it on at night. The bulbs are $6.00 each and can be purchased at the McDonell Area Catholic Schools, both Jacobson's Hardware & Greenhouse locations and the Chippewa Falls Police Department. All proceeds from the sales go to the Jason S. Zunker Memorial Endowment Fund. https://www.facebook.com/shineblueforthebadge/

The CVTC Criminal Justice Department is running a fund raiser and all the proceeds go towards our K9 program. You can check it out at https://www.gofundme.com/xq8535n8 You might recognize one of these bearded guys as former Chippewa Falls Police Department officer Rob Teuteberg.

Thank you! Today the Kiwanis Club of Chippewa Falls presented Chief Kelm with a donation of $5,000 to be used towards our K9 program. Photos courtesy of Sarah Seifert, Chippewa Herald

IT'S WANTED WEDNESDAY TIME!!! The following person is wanted by law enforcement at the time of this posting. If you have any information regarding this subject, or their whereabouts, please contact the Chippewa Falls Police Department. You may remain anonymous. Want even more information on local warrants? Check out the warrants page on our new website!