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
Email:

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

This week kicks off Red Ribbon Week! Red Ribbon Week was created in response to the murder of a DEA agent. This week was created to draw awareness of the killing and destruction cause by drugs! You have ONE life. This campaign reigns true, your future is key so stay drug free. Help combat prescription drug abuse and safely dispose of your unused/unwanted medications at our Drug Take Back Event on Saturday, 10/28/17.

WHOA! We’ve changed up our look! Say hello to our new Greenfield Police Department Patch! This will be our 4th patch. This idea has been in the works for quite some time. Take a look through our photo album to find out more on the process and the patches that didn’t quite make the cut!

SAVE THE DATE! Wear ORANGE!!

APRIL RESULTS!! Let's try and meet and/or beat our April results. Come out to Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, 10/28/17. We will have officers in the lobby to assist with the collection.

Don't live in the City of Greenfield?? Check out the website below for drug drop bin locations and hours. http://doseofrealitywi.gov/drug-takeback/find-a-take-back-location/

WHOA! Drug Take Back Day is quickly approaching! Take a look at the impact that was made at the previous take back day in April of this year! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkZOw_qvnwI&feature=youtu.be

City Wide Trick or Treat!! This year join the Greenfield Police Department in participating in Trick or Treat. Officers will be out in the neighborhoods joining your families on this spooktacular event!

Depression and anxiety disorders are common things that have an impact on our ability to work. More than 300 million people suffer from depression and more thank 260 million are living with an anxiety disorder. Take steps today to create a healthy workplace. *WHO

UPDATE: my owner has been found!! Help!! I’ve lost my owner!! I’m a spunky guy who was found wandering around 68th and Edgerton Avenue. If you know my owners please call the police department at 414-761-5300.

ALERT! ALERT! Do you know where your wallet is?! We have seen a rise in thefts of wallet/purses from shopping carts. Don't make it easy for thieves to seize an opportunity. *ALWAYS keep your purse/wallet on your person and DO NOT set it in the cart.

Help combat the opiod crisis! Come out to Drug Take Back Day at the Greenfield Police Department and safely dispose of your unused medications. Check the discussion area to see the list of items accepted.

Come out and meet some of our officers at Coffee With A Cop!! We will be at Starbucks on South 76th Street!

Come out to the 2017 Fire & Police Safety Display taking place at McDonalds! This is the 4th year that we will be participating along with the Greenfield Fire Department. Come for a little bit or stay the whole time! There will also be the Ronald McDonald Stage Show at 1:00PM. This is a GREAT family event and gives you an opportunity to meet our police and fire department.

National Preparedness Month! **We are a little late** Week One is all about creating a plan for your family. --Make an Emergency Plan --SIGN UP FOR ALERTS AND WARNINGS ----Head over to our website and sign up for Everbridge Alerts so you can be notified when critical incidents happen in the city. If you head to our website and scroll down the Everbridge Alerts will be in the "Quick Links" tab on the right hand side.

September is National Preparedness Month

Photo by our amazing photographer, Police Clerk Tonya Henzig.

As we wrap up National Suicide Prevention Week know that you CAN make a difference. Whether it's participating in a walk to raise awareness, becoming an advocate or volunteer or just being there for your friends and family or someone who is struggling. Your actions can save a life! Below are just a few statistics specific to Wisconsin. #SuicidePreventionWeek #StopSuicide #WisconsinFacts