Sun Prairie Police Department

  • Agency: Sun Prairie Police Department
  • Address: 300 E. Main St., Sun Prairie, 53590 WI
  • Chief: Frank Sleeter (Chief of Police)

Sun Prairie Police Department is located at 300 E. Main St., Sun Prairie, 53590 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Frank Sleeter. The Sun Prairie Police Department phone number is 608-837-7336.

Sun Prairie Police Department News

http://www.hngnews.com/sun_prairie_star/opinion/letters_to_editor/article_c420c31b-ee53-5e90-bae9-ba5bfc061008.html

A great article by The Star regarding our bike program! http://www.hngnews.com/sun_prairie_star/news/article_a7c4e0ab-98d2-5400-8386-abfc9f11b89d.html

***UPDATE - Suspect has been identified and taken into custody.*** The Sun Prairie Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the suspect in a robbery that occurred in our city. The subject pictured below entered Sir Hobo's Restaurant after the first employee arrived on 11/05/17 and took money from the employee and the register before fleeing. Suspect is a black male, 30 – 40 years of age, 5’09”-5’10”, with a solid build, shaved head, full mustache and beard that ends at the top of the ears, and a pink birthmark on the left side of his forehead where his hairline would probably be. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, a gray jacket with black collar, shoulders and sleeves, gold chain, blue jeans with faded areas, black athletic shoes with white soles and red highlights. Please contact the Sun Prairie Police Department with any identification information: 608-837-7336**

Congratulations are in order for Fire Chief Chris Garrison, who was recently named 2017 Fire Chief of the Year by the Wisconsin State Fire Inspector's Association. We could not be more proud to have Chief Garrison as our public safety colleague.

Trick-or-Treat hours from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. tonight. Be safe and have fun!

Thanks to everyone who came out to the Spooktacular Event! We had a blast and saw some awesome costumes! 🎃🍩🐶👮🏼‍♀️👮🏻🎃

Come visit us during the Business Spooktacular Event between 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. today and pick up some treats!

Evidence Officer Jason White and Community Service Officer Cody Ennis were on hand for the first of several school Bike Nights on Wednesday, October 24, at Creekside Elementary. Students and parents have the opportunity to learn about bike safety as well as register their bicycles. With the assistance of Dream Bikes, a non-profit organization based in Madison (https://dream-bikes.org/), attendees also had the opportunity to learn about bike maintenance. We look forward to participating in many more events throughout the school year!

**UPDATE- owner located** This friendly pup was located by our Community Service Officer. If its yours, please contact the non-emergency line at 608-837-7336.

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day coming to Sun Prairie October 28.

This cat was found last night on Lynwood near Kimberton Ct. No collar, tags, or microchip, but appears to be well taken care of. Call the non-emergency Dispatch number at 608-837-7336 if it belongs to you!

Friday the 13th was a fun-filled day for students when Officers Todd Lukens and Josh Hameister gave a presentation at C.H. Bird Elementary!

Chief Pat Anhalt, Sergeant Brenda Dahlen, Officer Jesse Davila, and Community Service Officer Dennis Johnson participated in the Creekside Elementary Fitness Week by joining kids for the Walking School Bus event on Monday.

**UPDATE - Owner located** This handsome guy was found wandering the city. If he’s yours, please call the non-emergency Dispatch number: 608-837-7336.