Pleasant Prairie Police Department

  • Agency: Pleasant Prairie Police Department
  • Address: 8600 Green Bay Road, Pleasant Prairie, 53158 WI
  • Chief: Brian J Wagner (Chief of Police)

Pleasant Prairie Police Department is located at 8600 Green Bay Road, Pleasant Prairie, 53158 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Brian J Wagner. The Pleasant Prairie Police Department phone number is 262-694-7353.

Pleasant Prairie Police Department News

A Snow Emergency has been declared in the Village of Pleasant Prairie beginning at 8:00 a.m. today, Monday, January 15, 2018, and will remain in effect until tomorrow, Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. During a Snow Emergency, no parking is allowed on Village Streets. All Snow Emergency parking restrictions will be enforced throughout this time period. For more information related to the Village Snow and Ice Removal Plan, please visit www.pleasantprairieonline.com/services/publicworks/snowplowing.asp.

Nothing says "Happy New Year" like adopting a new puppy from Safe Harbor Humane Society. Meet "AFFY!" She was one of the puppies rescued in November of 2016 and is going home today to her "furever" home. Congrats!!!!

Looking for a lunch date? How about stopping in at Texas Roadhouse in Kenosha (11841-71st St.) on Monday 01/15/18 between 11am-2pm and receive a free meal served to you by local law enforcement officers. The lunch will consist of pulled pork, french fries, apple sauce and a soft drink free of charge to patrons. Citizens are encouraged to “tip" with all proceeds benefiting the Wisconsin Special Olympics.

Attempt to identify. If you can identify the persons in the photos, give Det. Mogensen a call at 262-948-8917 or Kenosha Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333. This is in reference to a retail theft, case number 17-17318. Thanks for your help.

Nice Job Care Animal Hospital of Pleasant Prairie!

Head on down to Safe Harbor Humane Society. Many animals need a great home.

With the cold weather breaking, it's time to get some salt off of the squads. The lines at the car wash will be long today!

Just a reminder that there's still time to register. Come join us for a Sign Making Workshop with June Carleton, Facebook @ SignsofLifebyJC, on Saturday January 20th, 2018. The workshop will be held at Lakeview Technical Academy from 1pm-4pm. There are 6 different signs to choose from and the cost is $40.00, pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Register online by January 7, 2018 at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0f4fabae23a1fe3-k9make. Echo hopes to see you there!!!

Ofc. Beaumier and K9 Echo would like to remind you to sign up for the K9 sign making fundraiser. Pre- registration and pre-payment are required. Please sign up using the following link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0f4fabae23a1fe3-k9make

From our family to yours

A few days ago officers brought Shop with a Cop to children who will spend Christmas at St. Catherine’s Hospital. We wish all those children a speedy recovery.

It is a little known fact that every Christmas, police officers from around the world, add keeping Santa safe to their list of duties. Santa, everyone at PPPD is excited for your arrival!

For those of you dreaming of a white Christmas, your dreams have been answered! The roads are slippery so drive with care. Happy Holidays!

Pleasant Prairie Police Department Awarded Accreditation PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI – December 18, 2017 — On December 12, 2017 the Governing Board of the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group (WILEAG) announced that the Pleasant Prairie Police Department achieved the status of being an accredited law enforcement agency in the State of Wisconsin. The Pleasant Prairie Police Department began the process of obtaining accreditation in 2016. The department was evaluated by independent assessors on the existence of prescribed professional law enforcement standards, as well as compliance with these standards. Agency employees and members of the community were also given an opportunity to offer comments at a public information session. The department met the 235 standards which encompassed key areas of agency operations and administration. Holding a status of accreditation demonstrates to the community that the police department makes sure that best practices are followed and that they are recognized as the best police practices in the State of Wisconsin. Police Chief David Smetana stated “Our department has spent the last 18 months in constant self-assessment, improving our policies and procedures and revamping our training and education to remain as professional as possible. It is our desire to work within our community using a best practice philosophy in order to provide superior service to our citizens. We thank the WILEAG Governing Board for acknowledging that the Pleasant Prairie Police Department is following the best practices in law enforcement.” Archived copies of this and other Pleasant Prairie Police Department news releases are available on the department’s website at http://www.pleasantprairieonline.com/services/police/news.asp.

A big thank you to Walmart for once again sponsoring this years Shop with a Cop event. We would also like to send a special thank you to all those who donated to this event as well we couldn't do this without you.

We are investigating a theft complaint. The pictured male/black suspect fraudulently withdrew funds from a financial institution. If you are able to identify this person, please contact Kenosha Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333 or Officer Brey at 262-694-7353. Pleasant Prairie Police Department Case # 17-21970.

Come join us for a Sign Making Workshop with June Carleton, Facebook @ SignsofLifebyJC, on Saturday January 20th, 2018. The workshop will be held at Lakeview Technical Academy from 1pm-4pm. There are 6 different signs to choose from and the cost is $40.00, pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Register online by January 7, 2018 at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0f4fabae23a1fe3-k9make. We hope to see you there!!!

We would like to send a special thank you to State Representative Samantha Kerkman who stopped in today to deliver this donation for our Shop with a Cop program. This program continues to be successful because of generous gifts like this. Thank you again Senator Kerkman for the support!!!

We are investigating a retail theft complaint. The pictured female/white suspect stole shirts from a business. Suspect was assoicated with a silver Pontiac Grand Prix. If you are able to identify this person, please contact Kenosha Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333 or Detective Ollila at 262-948-8919. Pleasant Prairie Police Department Case # 17-20188.

Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving Everyone.

If you are out and about tonight, look up in the sky for a Meteor shower.

Pleasant Prairie Police Department is currently accepting donations for their annual Shop with a Cop and Firefighter charity event. Shop with a Cop is a nationwide event hosted by individual police departments as a way to give back to their community. Each year a group of deserving Village elementary school children are nominated to go on a police and fire hosted shopping trip. The children pair off with a firefighter or police officer and pick out gifts for their families. It’s a great way for the child to interact in a positive manner with the emergency service members of their community; but more importantly it ensures that struggling families will be able to share the joy of the holiday spirit. Those wishing to donate please send your check to: Pleasant Prairie Professional Police Association Shop with a Cop 8600 Green Bay Road Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158 Thank you for your support.

It's great to have friends. Skeeter (one of our resuce ponies of 2013) with a new friend named Gomer.