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

It's the Luck of the Irish! St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner! Make sure you have a designated driver. We will have extra patrols out throughout the week and into the weekend to help combat drunk driving. Luck wont' keep you out of jail. Drive Sober. Designate a Driver. #StPatricksDay #DriveSober

United Against Violence--March 14th, 2018 Many students today are participating in supporting the students of Majory Stoneman Douglas High School to raise awareness against gun violence. This past week students at the Greenfield High School decided to show their support by selling orange carnations to raise awareness against gun violence. The flowers will be delivered to students during the 1st hour of classes today. All proceeds from these sales will go directly to Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Constant vigilance. This guy is helping us keep an eye on things. #GoHawks School District of Greenfield

The STRUGGLE is REAL! Daylight Savings has hit!! Oddly enough, this week starts Sleep Awareness Week! Your day begins with sleep! Make sure you are well rested before getting behind the wheel! Distracted and drowsy driving is just as dangerous as driving drunk! #DriveSafe #DaylightSavings #StruggleIsReal

Rest in peace Officer Christopher Ryan Morton, ambushed as he responded to a 911 call. We stand with the Clinton Police Department. #heroesareneverforgotten

It's Oscar Night! So, what's your favorite police movie of all time?

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release: Date/Time: Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 11:38PM Location: 3200 Block of South 25th Street (Greenfield, WI) – On Thursday, March 1st at 11:38PM a Greenfield officer attempted to stop a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed. The suspect vehicle fled from the officer and the officer attempted to stop the vehicle using a pursuit intervention technique. The suspect vehicle left the roadway in the 3200 Block of South 25th Street and struck a tree, killing the driver, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle. The officer was uninjured. The deceased is a 25 year old West Allis man. The officer involved is 29 years old with five years of experience. The officer is on administrative duty pending the outcome of the investigation as per established protocol. The Oak Creek Police Department is leading the investigation as part of the Milwaukee Area Investigative Team* and is being assisted by member agencies and the Wisconsin State Patrol. No further information will be released pending the outcome of this ongoing investigation. *The Milwaukee Area Investigative Team (MAI Team) was created in 2016 to specifically address compliance with the requirements of 2013 WI. Act 348 as spelled out in WI. § 175.47. Currently, 17 Milwaukee County and Waukesha County law enforcement agencies contribute resources to the investigative team. Six of those agencies are considered lead investigative agencies and provide supervision and oversight of investigations. The goal of the MAI Team is to ensure public trust by conducting accurate, objective, transparent, timely, and professional multi-jurisdictional investigations of major incidents, primarily officer involved critical incidents. Together, the team will maximize the availability and sharing of the latest technological equipment and investigative techniques. The MAI Team allows resources to consolidate and share the skills of the most experienced supervisors and investigators.

Plush Canines! We still have these cuties available for purchase. Each canine is $15 and all proceeds benefit the Canine program. Good news is we now have Ocho's baseball cards too!! Come and pick up yours today! If you can't stop in at the police department we do have then available at Pet Supplies Plus-Greenfield, WI and Play It Again Sports - Greenfield, WI

UPDATE: Owner has been found!!! Help!! I’ve lost my owner! I was found wandering around 43rd and Layton. I’m super handsome and will be hanging out with dispatchers. If you know my owners please call the department at 414-761-5300.

SAVE THE DATE! We will once again be participating in Drug Take Back Day!! Mark your calendars.

GET TO KNOW YOUR SRO! We want you to get to know your School Resource Officers. Officer Aasterud and Officer Thoreson are good resources to go to if you are concerned at any time. Whether you have a question about a family-related issued, a friend or a classmate they are there for your guidance and to keep you safe. So, if you haven't taken time to chat with your resource officer, there's no time like the present! School District of Greenfield Whitnall School District

Browse Safely! Are you wanting to look up more information on teen dating violence but are nervous that your computer history will be checked? This website offers an AMAZING safety feature. If you need to exit the website in a hurry you can hit the ESCAPE button twice or click the orange "X" in the bottom right corner of the website and it will redirect you to a different site immediately.

See Something, Say Something! Across the nation, we're all part of communities. In cities, on farms, and in the suburbs, we share everyday moments with our neighbors, colleagues, family, and friends. It's easy to take for granted the routine moments in our every day—going to work or school, the grocery store or the gas station. But your every day is different than your neighbor’s—filled with the moments that make it uniquely yours. So if you see something you know shouldn't be there—or someone's behavior that doesn't seem quite right—say something. Because only you know what’s supposed to be in your everyday.

Not sure how you can help with Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month?? Take a quiz below...

We are starting to see this next weather cycle! Make sure you are driving with your headlights and and being cautious on the roadways.

A few shots from Coffee with a Cop!! Thanks for everyone who joined us on Saturday 🚔🚓

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. The theme for 2018 is "Hands Unite: Do Your Part" Everyone has a hand in ending dating violence. Visit and read a few articles on how you can put an end to dating violence.

We are out at McDonalds on 27th and Coldspring until 3pm today! Stop by and say Hi!!! #coffeewithacop

..:::Random Acts of Kindness Day:::.. A single act of kindness can cause ripples of healing. We received this amazing piece of art from a family who wished to remain anonymous. Thank you so much for this gesture of kindness and know that we truly appreciate all the support. #RandomActsofKindnessDay

Missing notifications?! Make sure your settings are updated to see us FIRST! #FollowFriday

Crime Prevention Join us today in our fight against crime! Did you know that even if you don’t have a RING camera you can still download the app and be involved?! The RING App includes a feature called “Neighborhoods” where citizens can post information and videos about suspicious activity and crime. Welcome to the 21st Century Neighborhood Watch!!

NOW HIRING!!! Download the application at or pick up a copy at City Hall located at 7325 West Forest Home Avenue, #101, Greenfield, WI 53220. Resume will NOT be accepted in lieu of application. Applications may be EMAILED to

Adopt-A-Hydrant This Valentine's Day show some love and adopt-a-hydrant. In emergency situations EVERY second counts. Please make sure and clear 3 feet on ALL sides of the hydrant to ensure Greenfield Fire Department has access if needed! <3