Fox Valley Metro Police Department

  • Agency: Fox Valley Metro Police Department
  • Address: 200 W McKinley Ave, Little Chute, 54140 WI
  • Chief: David Peterson (Chief of Police)
Phone: 920-788-7505
Fax: 920-788-7385

Fox Valley Metro Police Department is located at 200 W McKinley Ave, Little Chute, 54140 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is David Peterson. The Fox Valley Metro Police Department phone number is 920-788-7505.

Fox Valley Metro Police Department News

Little Chute Fire Department has made us aware of the attached “fundraising” letter is NOT affiliated with LCFD! Village of Little Chute & LCFD have both shared this info already - we are urging residents to continue sharing so it reaches everyone. Also please speak with your friends and family that may not have Facebook to spread the message!

#NationalPetAdoptionDay Thanks WFRV Local 5, Brittany Falkers & Nate Stewart WFRV! We had a great time on #LocalFiveThisMorning. April 30th is approaching quick. Check out our event page for National Pet Adoption Day info.

It's that time again! The FVMPD Open House is right around the corner! Join us Wednesday May 16th from 4-6pm at Fox Valley Metro. Meet your local officers and enjoy free entertainment. This years entertainment includes: -Inflatables -Squad Car Tours -Culvers Ice Cream -Carnival Time Popcorn -Free Bike Helmets -And More!

Update: power has been restored. Large power outage in Little Chute, Wisconsin. Unknown cause. Utilities have been notified.

How 'bout this weather??? 🌞☀️ Jackson was outside enjoying the day when he saw a couple of our officers outside getting ready for work. Jackson made Officer Steeber's and Officer Wanserski's day by stopping by the PD to check out the squad cars and hang out for a bit! Thanks Jackson!

What are you doing next Saturday? You better be stopping by the Village of Kimberly Civic Center at 515 W. Kimberly Ave. for our spring drug drop. We will be there from 11am-2pm. See you there!

Here’s a list of participants: Fox Valley Humane Association Saving Paws Animal Rescue TailWaggers Doggy Daycare - Little Chute/Appleton Unforgettable Underdogs Dog Rescue Woof Lodge & Rescue Best Friend - Companion Dog Training, LLC Camp K9 Saving Sadie Go to our event page more info

This individual has been identified. Thank you Facebook force for sharing and assisting us! Unless otherwise noted, all persons depicted are innocent until charged and proven guilty.

IDENTIFIED!!! IDENTIFIED!!! IDENTIFIED!!! Thank you! Officer Oster needs your help! Officer Oster is attempting to identify the male pictured reference a theft investigation. If you can assist Officer Oster, please call her at (920)788-7505, or email her at Laura.Oster@fvmpd.org. Remember you can stay anonymous, and could be eligible for a cash reward if you contact Quad Communities Crime Stoppers at 920-788-9090. Unless otherwise noted, all persons depicted are innocent until charged and proven guilty.

Grab your 📆 and highlight these dates! April 28th -Bazaar After Dark - Village of Little Chute & Pulse Young Professionals Network are hosting a party on the Plaza. Music, Food & activities. April 30th - Metro Officers are inviting you to our National Pet Adoption Day event. Fox Valley Humane Association and other local pet rescues will be bringing animals for you to meet. We have also invited local groomers, doggy day care, a certified professional dog trainer/behavior counselor, and police K9s. May 16th - Open House at FVMPD. This event is a great opportunity for the community to come to FVMPD and interact with Police Officers. We will have bike helmets for children, bounce houses, police displays and Culver's.

Village of Little Chute Street Department working to clean up downtown.

The Village of Kimberly has declared a Snow Emergency Class III effective until Monday, April 16th, 2018 until 12:00p.m. This means no vehicles will be allowed to park on any village street at any time, violators will be towed. Thanks in advance for your cooperation and patience.

The Blizzard continues! Mother nature isn't done yet. the snow will be continuing through today. If you do not need to leave your house please don't as the roads are hazardous. Please park your vehicles off of the street to allow crews to clear the roadway. Since Friday night our officers have taken 7 accidents, and 35 vehicles stranded in the snow. We still have one day left, lets keep those numbers where they are!

The spring drug drop is just two weeks away! We will be at the Village of Kimberly Civic Center Saturday April 28th from 11am-2pm. Hope to see you there!

Last night during the blizzard, Officers Gueli and Lambie stopped by the YMCA of the Fox Cities for the Fast Trackers 4-H Club Lock-in. Nothing like playing some volleyball at 3am! What a great group of kids!

Last week Nolan and his family stopped by to check out our Autism Awareness car! Officer Slinde had a great time showing Nolan the ins and outs of the squad car, I think it's fair to say Nolan had a good time too! #LightItBlue

Last night was Outagamie County's annual Best Badge Awards. This is a wonderful event which recognizes officers from across the county for various accomplishments. Last night FVMPD received two awards: From left to right: Former Officer Running and Officer Wanserski received the Lifesaving best badge for their quick actions that saved the life of a man in the Village of Little Chute last summer. Officer Lambie received the Patrol best badge for his work on curbing a drug and sex trafficking problem at a location in the Village of Kimberly. Please join us in thanking these officers for their hard work this past year!

WIN WIN!!! She earns her GiveBack Badge & We get cookies. What a great day for everyone!

Due to this recent nearby sighting, all FVMPD officers will be undergoing mandatory Patronus charm training. #NotTakingAnyChances

Thank you Outagamie County Communications Center - 911 Thank you for being the calm voice in the chaos. Thank you for being the unsung heroes in the trenches. Thank you for always being there for us, for them, for everyone. We are proud, honored, and happy you are part of our family! Happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! You deserve the recognition and so much more!

Tornado/Severe Weather Awareness Month Tomorrow begins tornado and severe weather awareness week! As the weather warms up(if it ever does!) the chance for severe weather increases. Take the opportunity this week to discuss with your family your plan should severe weather strike. Wisconsin averages 23 tornadoes every year! On Thursday April 12th there will be a statewide Tornado drill at 1:45pm followed by another drill at 6:45pm. This would be a great time to carryout a mock run of your families plan.

Wait until Spring Break they said, it will be fun they said..... this is what Officers Gueli and Lambie did last night, what is everyone else doing over break?

⚠️ Attention Parents ⚠️ Please mark your calendar for this important event at FVTC Public Safety Training Center. Jermaine Galloway is Tall Cop Says Stop, a Law Enforcement Officer from Boise, Idaho and an expert in Drug & Alcohol trends.

Great work by the Kimberly Fire Department tonight, as we responded to a vehicle fully engulfed on Maes Ave in Kimberly. Happy to report there were no injuries.

Last week students at Westside Elementary participated in a walk to school event led by PSL Stahmann. Thanks for inviting us Kimberly Area School District!