Kaukauna Police Department

  • Agency: Kaukauna Police Department
  • Address: 144 W. Second Street, Kaukauna, 54130 WI
  • Chief: John Manion (Chief of Police)
Phone: 920-766-6333
Fax: 920-766-6345

Kaukauna Police Department is located at 144 W. Second Street, Kaukauna, 54130 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is John Manion. The Kaukauna Police Department phone number is 920-766-6333.

Kaukauna Police Department News

Can anyone help identify this subject? We would like to have a chat with him about not paying for the gasoline he pumped into his nice car. It also seems he has a registration problem as the license plates do not belong to the vehicle they are attached to and were reported stolen from the City of Appleton. If you know who this is, we would love to hear from you. Kaukauna Police Department 920-766-6333 Re: #18000390

After 30+ years in Law Enforcement Sgt. Rosche is retiring today. Wish Joe a happy retirement if you see him today.

The Brown County Sheriff's Department is looking to identify the male in the picture who has possible ties to Kaukauna.

Firefighters work to extinguish a structure fire in 400 block of East Fourteenth Street during below zero temperatures. No injuries reported and clean up to follow. Further inquiries of the incident can be made through Kaukauna Fire Department at a later date.

This nice pup was found along County Highway Z near Haas Rd. Please phone our department at 766-6333 if you are the owner, or know who might be. We did not locate a chip with our reader. ****UPDATE**** Dog has neen reunited with owners. Thank you

Press Release- *Update to car fire on railroad tracks* On Saturday, December 23, 2017 at approximately 2:30a.m., The Kaukauna Fire Department was dispatched to a possible fire in the City of Kaukauna near Holly Ct. along the Fox River. Upon investigation, Kaukauna Fire and Police found a car on fire, on the railroad tracks. The fire was suppressed and skeletal remains were found in the car. The car was not hit by a train and how the car got there is still under investigation. The skeletal remains in the car have not been identified. The State Fire Marshall along with the Outagamie County Coroner’s office is assisting the Kaukauna Police Department with the investigation. Update- 12-26-17 At this point the Kaukauna Police Department does not feel this fire was a product of foul play and is not considered to be suspicious. We are confident that the driver of the vehicle was an elderly female from the Fox Valley, who became disoriented, got confused and mistook the railroad tracks as the roadway. Based upon our investigation and interviews of witness’s, we feel it is possible that the vehicles tires may have flattened, causing sparking to occur between the vehicle and railroad tracks. This sparking could have caused the fire and the vehicles occupant was unable get out of the vehicle. We are not releasing the name of the occupant until testing can be done to confirm the occupant’s identity, which could take several weeks. Assistant Chief Jamie Graff Kaukauna Police Department

Officer Meyer is looking to identify the subject in this photo in regards to an incident in our city. If you know or are this person, please contact our police department at 920-766-6333. Case #17020207

Update!!!!! An autopsy is set for Tuesday morning. More details about this incident will be released after the autopsy.. At this point, The Kaukauna Police Department does not feel there are any safety concerns to the community. Press Release On Saturday, December 23, 2017 at approximately 2:30a.m., The Kaukauna Fire Department was dispatched to a possible fire in the City of Kaukauna near Holly Ct. along the Fox River. Upon investigation, Kaukauna Fire and Police found a car on fire, on the railroad tracks. The fire was suppressed and skeletal remains were found in the car. The car was not hit by a train and how the car got there is still under investigation. The skeletal remains in the car have not been identified. The State Fire Marshall along with the Outagamie County Coroner’s office is assisting the Kaukauna Police Department with the investigation. The case is still under investigation. Any other information will be released when it can be made available. Assistant Chief Jamie Graff Kaukauna Police Department

The Kaukauna Police Department is looking to hire a patrol officer for an upcoming vacancy due to a retirement. An application packet can be found on the City of Kaukuana web page. The packet will be available on the web page within the next few days. Below is information about the opening; POLICE OFFICER Kaukauna Police Department City of Kaukauna, WI The Kaukauna Police Department is looking for individuals with a high level of maturity, self-motivation, and willing to serve the public with a high degree of integrity and ethics. Applications are now being accepted for a full-time position and an eligibility list for future hires. Compensation: • Commensurate with experience • Competitive benefit package Qualifications: • U.S. citizen • At least 21 years of age • Valid driver’s license • Good driving record • Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board certification • Two-year associate degree and/or a minimum of 60 college level credits in related field; bachelors degree preferred • Ability to possess a firearm in Wisconsin • No felony or domestic abuse convictions • Must be in good physical condition Note: Selection process may include any or all of the following: written exam, assessment panel, oral interviews, physical fitness/agility test, psychological profile/exam, background investigation and medical examination including drug screening. COMPLETED APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4:30 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2018. AN EXCEPTION SHALL BE MADE FOR APPLICATIONS WHICH ARE MAILED AND POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2018.

Congratulations to our neighbors to the south as they uncoupled the hose to their new home followed by the engine push into the truck bay.

Our "Lights of Christmas" crew hanging out with the kids at Park Community Charter School. The kids got candy canes and the teachers got gift cards to use for supplies in their classroom. Check out the video below... http://www.wearegreenbay.com/news/video/lights-of-christmas-events_20171220180611/884734594

****UPDATE**** I have been reunited with my master!!! “I was playing in the snow and lost my way home. If you know me or my master, contact the police department so I can go home.”

The Lights of Christmas crew teamed up with the Community Christian Resale Store and the Staff at Round House Manor to provided each resident a Christmas gift bag. Lots of fun was had by all.

Here comes the snow. Remember to drive safely and turn your head lights on!!!!!!!!! https://www.weather.gov/grb/weatherstory

Kaukauna Officers are getting ready to hand out supplies for our "Lights of Christmas program". Supplies will be going to people in our community who could use a little extra help.

These cute guys are for sale at our window at the police department. Could make a good stocking stuffer. Supplies are limited so stop down soon to get your $15.00 mini K-9. We only have black dogs left. All proceeds go to our K-9 fund.

As you venture out this morning, you may notice a white substance that has graced our area overnight. This substance can be slippery on our roadways and we ask that you drive safely as it appears Old Man Winter is going to be around for a while. Check your tires, give yourself extra time to get to your destinations, dress for the weather and drive with care so that everyone makes it home again safely.

Are you looking to volunteer in the Kaukauna area?

The Christmas Season is here and many of us are looking for a tree. When you find your perfect tree, don't do this!!!! http://www.insideedition.com/cops-photograph-car-massive-christmas-tree-tied-its-roof-38448

Kaukauna Officers O'kane and Sanderfoot greeting customers last night at Cousin's Subs during a "Lights of Christmas" fundraiser.

“I was found in the 300 block of East Seventh Street. If you know my owner, have him/her come get me out of doggie jail.” Kaukauna Police Dept. 920-766-6333