Menomonie Police Department

  • Agency: Menomonie Police Department
  • Address: 615 Stokke Pkwy, Menomonie, 54751 WI
  • Chief: Christopher Langlois (Interim Chief of Police)

Menomonie Police Department is located at 615 Stokke Pkwy, Menomonie, 54751 WI. The Interim Chief of Police of the department is Christopher Langlois. The Menomonie Police Department phone number is 715-232-2198.

Menomonie Police Department News

This morning, Inv. Pollock spoke to the Business Watch about counterfeit money. To learn more about currency and security features, go to: Business Watch meetings are held quarterly and aim to connect law enforcement with the business community and educate business owners, managers and employees on prevention and best practices. If you would like to be added to the email distribution list, please contact Crime Prevention Specialist Brenna Jasper at

Stop by the Caribou Coffee at Dick's Fresh Market for casual conversation with your local law enforcement over some coffee. Ask questions, discuss current events, or just chat. We hope to see you there!

We hope you have a wonderful Halloween celebration on Tuesday! In order to keep you and your trick-or-treaters safe, please consider these following tips as you put the finishing touches on your celebration. As always, don't hesitate to report any suspicious activity by calling the non-emergency dispatch number at 715-232-1283.

Last Friday, we were able to participate in a Trunk-or-Treat event through the Dunn County Historical Society . Officer Brorson had a great time meeting everyone and even got to meet Officer Grant!

NOTICE FROM THE MENOMONIE POLICE DEPARTMENT SNOW REMOVAL Special parking restrictions are necessary to facilitate the removal of snow during the winter months. The odd-even calendar parking restriction applies to all streets in the City of Menomonie except where otherwise restricted, such as “No Parking Anytime”. Beginning November 1st and ending April 1st, between the hours of 2:00 AM and 7:00 AM, motorists must park on the odd numbered side of the street on odd numbered calendar days and on even numbered days on the even numbered side of the street. Parking on the even side on odd days or odd side on even days is prohibited. The easiest way to remember this ordinance is to always park your vehicle for the next day. Remember also that the south side of the avenues and east side of streets are even numbered, and the north side of avenues and west side of streets are odd numbered.

We are proud to be a part of Cops 4 Kids along with Dunn County Sheriff's Office and UW-Stout Police Department , and tonight we'll be at RIZE Nutrition with info on our Shop with a Cop program!

On Friday, October 13, 2017, Investigator Kelly Pollock received the 2017 Officer of the Year award from the Wisconsin Association of Women Police. Investigator Pollock is both a great investigator and role model in the community. Congratulations and thank you for your dedicated service.

PRESS RELEASE DATE OF RELEASE:​October 15, 2017 INCIDENT #:​17-11308 SUBJECT:​Motor Vehicle Accident AUTHORIZED BY:​SHERIFF DENNIS P. SMITH FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On Sunday October 15, 2017 at 1:02 a.m. the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office was requested to investigate a motor vehicle accident that occurred in the City of Menomonie. They were also advised the accident involved a pedestrian being struck by a Menomonie Police Department squad car. The accident location was on Wilson Avenue west of 2nd Street West. Deputies and the Menomonie Fire Department were dispatched to the scene. When deputies arrived at the scene, they learned that a Menomonie Police Department squad was west bound on Wilson Avenue when the driver observed a person lying on the roadway. The officer swerved but was not able to completely avoid striking that person. Menomonie Fire Department arrived at the scene and transported the subject to Mayo Menomonie for treatment. That subject was later transported to Mayo Eau Claire and then to St. Mary’s hospital in Rochester Minnesota. The extent of his injuries are not known at this time. No further information is available at this time since this case is still under investigation by the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office. The Wisconsin State Patrol is assisting the sheriff’s office with this investigation.

A quick message from Sgt. Mroczenski!

And we are off! Follow along on Twitter- @MenomoniePD or at

Follow us for a live Tweet-a-long tonight!

MENOMONIE HALLOWEEN TRICK-OR-TREATING HOURS: Downtown hours: 3-5 p.m. Residential hours: 5:30-7:30 p.m.

We are again in need of your assistance! We are looking to identify the below pictured male and female. If you know who they are, please call 715-232-1283 and ask to speak with Officer Small regarding case #M17-11584

Last night, a large number of thefts occurred from unlocked vehicles in the North Menomonie area. A similar rash of thefts occurred last week in the southern portion of town. This is just a friendly reminder to "lock it- or lose it." Nobody wants to be a victim of a crime, and these kinds of thefts are largely crimes of opportunity. Lock your vehicles, secure or hide your valuables, and report any suspicious activity. Preventing thefts from vehicles starts with you!

UPDATE: Thanks to your help, the female in the photos posted earlier today has been identified. Thank you for your assistance!

NOTICE: Main Street will be closed this Saturday, October 14 to accommodate UW-Stout's homecoming parade route (pictured). The closure will be in effect from 9:45-11:45am from Broadway to 4th Street.

Officer Gates made a new friend while he was out and about last week. Pumpkin season means it's officially Fall!

An individual has been attempting to contact local Menomonie businesses to solicit funds to donate to the Menomonie High School for the cheerleading team. The Menomonie High School has no connection with this individual and is not looking for funds at this time.

Officer Brutlag showing off his soccer skills from his high school days!

The Menomonie Police Department extends our deepest condolences to the citizens of Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Our thoughts and prayers go out to each and everyone one of you.

We have another basic self defense class coming up this week through the Menomonie High School Field House Community Education program! Join us for our free class this Wednesday to go over some of the basics of self defense. MUST REGISTER PRIOR TO CLASS DATE.

Flashback Friday! A couple weeks ago, Officer Galindo was out and about again- and this time, taught a few dance moves as well!

On behalf of the Menomonie Police Department I would like to congratulate Investigator Kelly Pollock for being named the Wisconsin Association of Women Police (WAWP) Officer of the Year for 2017. This award is given to women in law enforcement that exceed the duty requirements expected of their position and have demonstrated a distinct pattern of community service coupled with professional achievement. Investigator Pollock is both an excellent criminal investigator and a community role model. She has performed with honor and distinction in serious criminal cases surrounding violence, sexual assault and financial fraud. Not only is she an excellent criminal investigator she also serves as a role model for the community. Investigator Pollock frequently donates her time to raise money for various charities. Additionally, she has helped develop MPD programs that focus on helping children such as Cops 4 Kids. Lastly, Investigator Pollock has been essential in the efforts to promote sexual assault and domestic violence investigation best practices in law enforcement. She travels with the Wisconsin Department of Justice teaching law enforcement modern investigative techniques that protect the victims while holding offenders accountable. Please join me in congratulating Investigator Pollock on this well-deserved award. She is truly a role model for all of law enforcement. -Chief Eric Atkinson