Greenfield Police Department

  • Agency: Greenfield Police Department
  • Address: 5300 W Layton Avenue, Greenfield, 53220 WI
  • Chief: Francis C Springob (Chief of Police)
Phone: 414-761-5300
Fax: 414-761-5323

Greenfield Police Department is located at 5300 W Layton Avenue, Greenfield, 53220 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Francis C Springob. The Greenfield Police Department phone number is 414-761-5300.

Greenfield Police Department News

The plow trucks are out but it’s near white out conditions! Please make sure you are driving with caution! Slow down and leave extra space between vehicles.

Roads are slick! Please take caution when driving into work today!

OMG! Did you know that many people who are victims of property crimes don't even know the make, model, or serial number of their items?! Take a few minutes to document and make a record of these things just in case! All of this information can help us identify your items if they are located.

Especially with the cold temperatures it is very important to have your pets micro-chipped! We respond to multiple animal calls where they are not chipped which makes it harder to find the owners. MADACC is hosting a low cost clinic in March. We highly recommend having your pet micro-chipped. If your pet is already chipped please make sure the information is up to date. 🐾🐾

Claim your spot today!! Our first session of Addiction Resource Training is FULL!! There are a few spots left in the second session on Thursday, 01/25/18. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! Visit the Events tab for more information.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 is observed as National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We want to take this time to thank all of the men and women in law enforcement for their dedication and sacrifice to keep our community safe! #LEAD #COPS #ThankYou

Go check out Ocho Facebook Page!!! Ocho and Officer Kowalkowski are starting a new series this year called Ocho on the 8th!

The uniform is just a symbol of the hard work, dedication and commitment to serving. Our officers display this heroism in and out of uniform. We are honored to work with such a fine young man! Nice job Officer Enters!

Do you have what you need??? We have responded to numerous disabled vehicle calls over the past few days with the frigid temperatures. Most of these vehicles were NOT equipped with proper items in case of an emergency. Make sure your car is ready to go in case of an emergency. Here are a few things that you should have in your car (especially in the Winter). 1. Charged cell phone 2. First-Aid Kit 3. Tire Gauge 4. Foam tire sealant 5. Jumper Cables 6. Flashlight and extra batteries 7. GLOVES/rags 8. Duct Tape (let's be real it fixes almost anything) 9. Multipurpose tool 10. WARM BLANKET 11. Snow shovel 12. Cat Litter 13. Ice Scraper

JUST ANNOUNCED!! We are now accepting applications for the 2018 Citizen Police Academy!!!

Follow Friday!! There are a few different cities of Greenfield so make sure you are following the right one! But hey if you're from somewhere else, keep following, we might be kind of biased but our page is pretty awesome! #Greenfield #Wisconsin

UPDATE: This sweet lady has been turned over to MADACC. HELP!! I’ve lost my owner!! It was so hard to get a good photo of me because I’m so hyper and love people. I was found wandering around 45th and Layton! If you recognize me or my awesome sweater and know who my owners are please contact the police department at 414-761-5300.

OVERNIGHT PARKING REGULATIONS: Overnight parking is allowed in the City of Greenfield without permit with the following restrictions: Overnight parking on any street or alley within the City shall be permitted year-round, with the exception of declared snow emergencies or on those streets where other parking restrictions or ordinances prevent or prohibit such parking. Motor vehicles parked overnight shall be parked only on the even-numbered side of the street on those nights bearing an even calendar date before midnight and on the odd-numbered side of the street on those nights bearing an odd calendar date before midnight, with handicap parking spaces being exempt from this provision. Enforcement of the provisions in this subsection will be between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.

Each year we participate with other jurisdictions in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign. The results are in for this year for our city! Let's just say we are doing our happy dance because this year we only had one arrest for OWI. Did you know in 2016 on New Year's Eve/Day we made 4 arrests for OWI?! #DriveSober #MakeGoodChoices #Uber #Lyft #Taxi #Bus #DesignatedDriver

The beach is calling!!! Are you going on vacation or just going to be out of town for a few days?! Don't worry we can keep an eye on your home while you're away. If you're a Greenfield resident just call the Records Department at 414-761-5330 to notify us that you'll be out of town. We will have officers drive by and check on things while you're away. Here's the information to have handy *Name *Address *Contact Phone Number *Dates Leaving/Returning

Need to Re-Gift?? Well you're in luck! If you are looking to facilitate an online exchange safely we offer our Safe Exchange Zone. Our lobby is open from 7:00AM to 11:00PM daily and we always have assigned parking spots in the front parking lot that are under 24/7 surveillance. Happy Exchanging!

Cheers!! Let's all raise our glasses for 2018! It's New Year's Eve, so you know what that means, we have EXTRA patrols on the streets to keep you safe. Feeling the holiday buzz?? Our officers are out looking for impaired drivers, so #DriveSober Did you know that Wisconsin Department of Transportation has a FREE Drive Sober Mobile App that features find-a-ride to locate alternate transportation?! Also, don't forget Milwaukee County Buses are FREE thanks to the Miller Brewing Company starting at 8:00PM. #DriveSober #FreeRides #NewYears

Can you spot what's wrong with these photos?? As a safety reminder, please DO NOT leave your car running and unattended. This provides would be thieves with the prime opportunity to steal your car right from under you. We absolutely want you to stay warm, but we also want you to be safe!

Follow Friday! Make sure you are staying up to date with all news Greenfield. Make sure you are following all of our social media sites! City of Greenfield, WI Greenfield Police Department Greenfield Fire Department City of Greenfield WI Dept of Parks and Recreation Greenfield WI Health Department Greenfield Public Library

DRIVE SOBER OR GET PULLED OVER Alcohol-related crashes killed 143 people in Wisconsin last year. We’re trying to save lives and prevent injuries. Our department is participating in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign from December 15 through New Year’s Day. Please drive safe, sober and alert. We will have extra squads deployed for the holiday!