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

Last week, Officer Derek Andrews attended the Wisconsin Traffic Safety Officers Association annual conference at the Tundra Lodge in Green Bay. At the conference, Officer Andrews who is a certified Drug Recognition Expert received an award for Outstanding Performance as a DRE in 2017. Officer Andrews, who is assigned to 3rd shift patrol is recognized by his supervisors and peers for his efforts in removing drivers impaired by alcohol and drugs from our roadways. In addition to leading the department in impaired driving arrests, he was recognized for educating other area department commanders in the importance of the DRE Program, convincing them to send officers to be certified in the 2018 DRE School. He also presented a program for Probation/Parole Agents from Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth counties on what to look for and how to stay safe while doing searches, due to the increase of dangerous opioids such and Fentanyl and Carfentanyl. Congratulations Officer Andrews and keep up the good work!

Please join KUSD for ALiCE Community night at one of the following information sessions to learn more about safety initiatives in place in Kenosha Unified. What: ALiCE Community Night When: • Wednesday, March 14, at the Educational Support Center, 3600 52nd St. • Monday, March 19, at Tremper High School, 8560 26th Ave. • Wednesday, March 28, at Reuther Central High School, 913 57th Ave. Time: 6:00pm See the attached flyer for more details.

Cat on the prowl.

The newest member of the PPPD Retiree Club..... Jan Legler. Shown in the picture is Jan (retired as of 1:00 p.m. on 2/22/18), Lt. Paul Ratzburg, Officer Ron Kosman, and Officer Bill Larson. Congrats Jan!

Congrats Lt. Tom Clark in your retirement.

Go meet Libby at Safe Harbor Humane Society and change her life and yours furever.

PPPD is asking for assistance in identifying this suspect regarding a theft investigation. PPPD Case 18-001597. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Det. Mogensen at 262-948-8917 or Kenosha Area Crime Stoppers at 262-605-5102. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards of up to $1000. Thanks for your help.


Rain, rain, and more rain. Spring is coming.....28 days and counting.

Don't forget your valentine.

It's Paczki Day today! What are paczki? Paczki are Polish doughnuts. Usually full of jelly or some kind of sweet filling, they are known to draw lines around the block this time of year. The recipe is similar to German, Jewish, and Italian filled doughnuts, but traditional paczki contain a splash of Polish vodka called Spiritus in addition to the flour, eggs, milk, sugar, yeast, and sometimes butter that make up the dough.

Meet the newest members of our Honor Guard team!! Earlier this week Chief Smetana presented Officer Steinmetz and Officer Gainer with their official Honor Guard badges.

A reminder that a Snow Emergency is being declared in the Village of Pleasant Prairie, and will remain in effect until 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Saturday, February 10, 2018. During a Snow Emergency, no parking is allowed on Village Streets. All Snow Emergency parking restrictions will be enforced throughout this time period.

Got the winter blahs???? Head over to the Moose for some music and fun. Click for details.

Well it's Super Bowl Sunday!! Let us know if you'll be tuning in for the game, the commercials or the half-time show. 🏈

On 2/3/18 the pictured three suspects were involved in a theft. The suspects stole two cellular phones from a display. If you are able to identify these suspects, please contact Detective Ollila 262-948-8919 or Kenosha Crime Stoppers 262-656-7333. Pleasant Prairie Police Department Case # 18-1913. Thanks!

Officer Andrews took this photo this morning of the Super Blue Blood Moon. Awesome photo!

Here is a free conference to empower teens. It is being held at the Double Tree in Pleasant Prairie on March 17th, 2017. Click on the traffick jam for more details.

Injured animals from the Village of Pleasant Prairie have been taken to Fellow Mortals for rehabilitation. This is a nice article.

Kenosha Sheriffs Department is looking to identify this suspect who is also connected to Pleasant Prairie case number 18-1256. Please contact Kenosha Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333, Kenosha Sheriffs Department at 262-605-5102, or Detective Mogensen at 262-948-8917. Thanks for your help.