Mayville Police Department

  • Agency: Mayville Police Department
  • Address: 25 S. School Street, Mayville, 53050 WI
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: 920-387-7903
Fax: 920-387-7918
Email:

Mayville Police Department is located at 25 S. School Street, Mayville, 53050 WI. The Mayville Police Department phone number is 920-387-7903.

Mayville Police Department News

Officer Weber was at the hospital late last night with a suspect when he was approached regarding a sick child that wanted to meet him. The young man's mother sent us the attached photos. We hope you are feeling better Kleyten!

Last night was a great night for the MPD and the City of Mayville! 17-year veteran officer Ryan Toellner was sworn in as our lieutenant. Lt. Toellner will serve as second in command of the department. Officer Travis Borkenhagen was sworn in as a full-time officer. Officer Borkenhagen is a five-year veteran law enforcement officer. We are now fully-staffed for the first time in nearly a year. Congratulations!

Congrats to Deputy Kulibert!

Please share...On December 25, 2017 at 1:42 p.m., the BP at 1400 Horicon St. in Mayville was robbed. The suspect is shown in the below photo. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 5’8” to 5’10”. He was driving a gold or silver older model 4-door Oldsmobile or Buick. If you any information please call the MPD at (920) 387-7903 or private message this page.

Merry Christmas!

Chief Vossekuil visited Parkview Primary School today for Lunch with the Law. The winners were... Conner Thiede, Ethan Oechsner, Xander Anderson, Charlie Gonstead, Ashton Raether, Colin Schwirtz, Mayla Simmons, Paige Olson, Maddie Kaap, Izzy Lentz, and Makenzie Harris. These students were rewarded for their respectful behavior with coloring books, stickers, and Packer cards (courtesy of MEC). Lunch with the Law is a new program in Mayville where officers have lunch with students in the K-4th grade. The goal is to enhance our relationship with the youth in the community and help children to understand that police officers are their friends, while encouraging respectful behavior in school. Congrats!

Congratulations to former Mayville PD intern / community service officer Michael Trevarthen. Officer Trevarthen was sworn in today as a police officer with the City of Waukesha Police Department. Michael’s father (retired Mayville PD Officer) Bob Trevarthen pinned the badge on his son. Congrats to the Trevarthen family!

Congratulations to Waupun PD Deputy Chief Rasch!

Lunch with the Law! Chief Vossekuil stopped for lunch today at MMS with our first award winner, 3rd grader Logan Kuehn. Logan was presented with a challenge coin and a set of Packer football cards for his respectful behavior in school. Lunch with the Law is a new program in Mayville where officers have lunch with students in the K-4th grade. The goal is to enhance our relationship with the youth in the community and help children to understand that police officers are their friends, while encouraging respectful behavior in school. Congrats Logan!

MPD K9 fundraiser youth dance ongoing now at Mayville Park Pavillion! Did you know? These dances are our primary fundraiser to support the MPD K9 Unit? Where else can you have 2.5 hours of fun for $3? Next dance is January 19! Dances chaperoned by volunteers and MPD staff.

Press Release The City of Mayville has amended the winter parking ordinance. The previous rule of no overnight parking from Dec. 1 – April 1 is no longer valid. In a combined effort to better serve the residents of the City of Mayville, the Mayville Police Department and the Mayville DPW will be following a “1-inch rule". The DPW only plows if there is 1 inch or more of accumulated snowfall. If snowfall does not reach 1 inch, the DPW will only salt the roads. Parking Enforcement will only be conducted if snowfall accumulates to 1 inch or more. Residents may park on the street overnight if there is less than 1” of accumulated snowfall. “The simple rule is this…if there is snow in the forecast, do not park on the street. We would like to remind residents to check the forecast and ensure that all vehicles are removed from the streets if snow is projected. If we receive measurable snow and there are vehicles on the street it makes plowing snow very difficult for our DPW.” – Chief Ryan Vossekuil Please note that the downtown and municipal parking lot restrictions are still in effect. Parking permits for the municipal lots may be purchased at City Hall during business hours. Questions may be directed to Police Chief Ryan Vossekuil at (920) 387-7903, or DPW Director Jack Hurst at (920) 387-7908.

Please, please spread the word. Encourage your relatives to be careful on-line, never share personal information and do not cash random checks that you receive. We don't want to see any more victims to these never ending scam attempts.

Christmas is just around the corner. Our Christmas Youth Dance is Friday, December 1, 2017, from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m., at the Mayville Park Pavilion. Admission is only $3.00. If you have any questions, please call Judy at the Mayville Police Department at (920) 387-7903 ext. 3. All proceeds from our dances support the Mayville Police Department K-9 Program. We hope to see you there!

The lighter side of the job...featuring former Mayville PD intern, and now Grand Chute Officer Travis Waas.

From our friends at WisDOT. Remember to slow down and move over for emergency vehicles!

Today is the final day to sight in your gun at the MPD range!

If you receive a call from someone asking you to donate to the Mayville Police K9 Unit, hang up on them. We've received reports of this happening. Our K9 Unit is supported entirely through fundraisers and donations, but we would never call and ask for donations over the phone. Please pass the word.

Thank you to Nate Zubke for sharing this photo of his MPD patch collection. The first shoulder patch dates back to the 1950’s.

Hunter's Sight-in clinic starts this weekend!

Press Release...On Wednesday, October 25, 2017, the Mayville School District will be performing their annual lockdown / evacuation drills. The Mayville Police Department, along with other local law enforcement agencies, will be assisting with this training exercise. This is a pre-planned event designed to ensure the highest level of safety of our students at all times. The drills will take place at Parkview Primary School, Mayville Middle School, and the Mayville High School. Any questions may be directed to Acting Police Chief Ryan Vossekuil at (920) 387-7904 or Mayville School District Superintendent Scott Sabol (920) 387-7963.

UPDATE...OWNER FOUND! THANK YOU!!!Does anyone recognize this pooch? She showed up on the front steps of the police department early this morning. Give us a call if you can help us get her home. (920) 387-7904.