Brodhead Police Department

  • Agency: Brodhead Police Department
  • Address: 1004 W. Exchange St, Brodhead, 53520 WI
  • Chief: Thomas Moczynski (Chief of Police)
Phone: (608) 897-2112
Fax: (608) 897-2933

Brodhead Police Department is located at 1004 W. Exchange St, Brodhead, 53520 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas Moczynski. The Brodhead Police Department phone number is (608) 897-2112.

Brodhead Police Department News

The Brodhead Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying the persons pictured in this post, who are a suspects in a theft that occurred in the early afternoon hours of November 13th 2017 at Piggly Wiggly. The suspects were seen leaving in a black or dark blue vehicle, possibly a Chrysler. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Brodhead Police Department at 608-897-2112

Ofc. Bennett attended the Confronting a Crisis presentation at the Monroe Middle School tonight.

A huge thank you goes out to our Veterans for their service!

Please plan on attending this community program regarding the opioid crisis in our nation. It will be held on November 15th at 7:00pm at the Monroe Middle School, 1510 13th St., Monroe.

Don't forget to "fall back" this weekend!!

Happy Halloween!!! Trick or Treat times for today are 4:00pm - 7:00pm. Have a fun and safe evening!

The Brodhead Public Library will be hosting a Narcan training event on November 6th.

The Brodhead Senior/Community Committee is hosting an Open House at the site of the possible future home of the Brodhead Senior/Community Center on Sunday, November 5th from 11am to 1pm., located at 804 23rd St!

Although this scam has been going around for some time now, we just wanted to post it again to remind everyone not to give out any information over the phone to anyone you do not know. Please share this with your friends and family, especially the elderly.

A wind advisory is in effect tomorrow from 7am-7pm. Click this link for more information: WI&product1=Wind+Advisory&lat=42.6167&lon=-89.3762#.We5NYziWyM8

Have you voted yet??

Come on out Sunday morning to support the Brodhead Fire Department at the annual pancake breakfast!

Join us October 28th for the drug take-back initiative!! For more information, click here:

Please vote for the Brodhead Police Department K-9

It's fire prevention week. Do you have a safety plan for your family?

Police Pursue Reckless Motorcycle Driver BRODHEAD, Wis. – On Wednesday, October 4th at 8:00 p.m. Brodhead Police responded to the 1800 block of E 3rd Ave for a complaint of a motorcycle for failing to stop for several stop signs. Police attempted to stop the motorcycle on 1st Center Ave. near Exchange Street. Police pursued the motorcycle through several City streets until eventually heading north on STH 104. Police lost sight of the motorcycle when it turned into a field on the northside on CTH B between Coldren Road and Old 92 Road, in Rock County’s Magnolia Township. The motorcycle is described as a white dirt bike style motorcycle, with no working taillights or visible registration. The driver is described as a male, with a light complexion, wearing an orange helmet, a red sweatshirt with a “Knutes Bar” logo on it, blue jeans and work style type boots. Police are asking anyone with information in regard to this pursuit to call the Brodhead Police Department at (608) 897-2112 or by texting the Green County Crime Stoppers at "GREENTIP" plus your message to 274637.

The BPA just announced this wonderful opportunity to be awarded a grant through Aftermath. Starting October 11th, you can go in and vote for our K9 program. If our K9 gets enough votes, we could get grant money from this program to put towards our fundraising goal. Please share with your family and friends and place a vote for our K9 Program!

Reminding everyone of our Recovered Bike & Property Sale this Saturday!!

This week Inv. Long and Ofc Miller completed a four day forensic interviewing training with CornerHouse of Minnesota. They learned how to interview child victims of abuse and witness to crime, with an emphasis on being child focused and trauma informed. Thank you Green County CAC for putting together this amazing training.