Fitchburg Police Department

  • Agency: Fitchburg Police Department
  • Address: 5520 Lacy Road, Fitchburg, 53711 WI
  • Chief: Thomas A Blatter (Chief of Police)
Phone: 608-270-4300
Fax: 608-270-4390

Fitchburg Police Department is located at 5520 Lacy Road, Fitchburg, 53711 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas A Blatter. The Fitchburg Police Department phone number is 608-270-4300.

Fitchburg Police Department News

Chief Brecklin's first community listening session has been rescheduled for next Wednesday, April 25, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the IUPAT Training Center located at 5375 King James Way in Fitchburg. For more information:

Due to the impending "Springter" weather headed our way, our first community listening session scheduled for this evening has been postponed. We hope to announce a new date for the same location in the near future.

A reminder to join Chief Brecklin, for Community Listening Session #1, Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the IUPAT Training Center located at 5375 King James Way.

This week is Severe Weather Awareness Week and today there will be two statewide tornado drills. Now is a perfect time to refresh your severe weather plan at home and at work. At 1:00pm, the National Weather Service will issue a statewide test tornado watch and at 1:45pm a statewide test tornado warning. This drill ends at 2pm. A second drill will occur at 6:45pm with another mock tornado warning. NOTE: Cell phone apps and Wireless Emergency Alerts will NOT be activated today. NOAA Weather Radio, Outdoor Warning Sirens and TV/Radio EAS will be activated Visit ReadyWisconsin for more information on severe weather preparedness. Follow the US National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan Wisconsin for detailed severe weather forecasts.

Join Chief Chad Brecklin for a series of community listening sessions. Ask questions. Share experiences and concerns. ------------------------------ El Jefe Chad Brecklin te invita a una serie de sesiones comunitarias. Haga preguntas. Comparta experiencias y preocupaciones.

The second week in April is designated as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week The City of Fitchburg is fortunate enough to be served by a full-time dispatch center. We would like to recognize the hard work and dedication of all of our dispatchers. These men and women serve as the true "first responders" as they answer our non-emergency phone line, coordinate emergency resources, handle police radio communications and ensure officers in the field are safe. We would also like thank our partners at the Dane County Public Safety Communications (9-1-1) Center for their work handling 911 calls and coordinating the efforts of our many public safety partners. Please join us in thanking and recognizing our amazing dispatchers.

You are invited to join Chief Chad Brecklin for the first in a series of three community listening sessions, on April 18th from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District 7 Training Center located at 5375 King James Way. Two additional listening sessions will be held in May in other areas of the city. Dates, times and locations of these sessions will be shared in the near future.

It wasn't the Easter Bunny, but Officer Miller was spotted getting into the holiday spirit a day early at yesterday's Cotton Tail Classic. We hope you all had a safe and enjoyable weekend with family and friends. If you're returning to the area from spring break, welcome back to the cold weather. With the cold weather sticking around in the forecast we remind you to take simple crime prevention measures to prevent motor vehicle theft. Never leave your car running and unattended, even in your driveway or garage. Keep your car locked and take your key every time.

On Thursday, March 1st the records department will close for the day at 12:30 p.m.. It will reopen on Friday, March 2nd at 7:30 a.m.. We apologize for any inconvenience. Online records requests can be submitted at any time. Visit: for more information.