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

As a reminder, please make sure your headlights are TURNED ON in inclement weather. Some vehicles with automatic headlights do not always turn on when it is daylight or bright out. You may have to physically turn the switch on yourself. All vehicles have that ability. And always drive safe today! 😃

Below is the link explaining the upcoming HWY 55 reconstruction.

Press Release On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at approximately 2:15 a.m. the Kaukauna Police Department and Kaukauna Fire Department were dispatched to the 300 block of Taylor St. in the City of Kaukauna, for a single vehicle crash. When officers arrived on scene they found a vehicle had struck a tree. The only person in the vehicle was the driver, a 55 year old Kaukauna woman who was transported to the hospital but died of her injuries. The Wisconsin State Patrol assisted the Kaukauna Police Department with the accident reconstruction. The crash is still under investigation.

Our department recently obtained some new equipment donated by Canon to help investigations in partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. We are greatly appreciative of Canon’s partnership with the NCMEC. Thank you @canonusa for sponsoring @missingkids and donating product to assist law enforcement keep kids safe! #teamcanon #ncmec

If anyone can identify this young gentleman that likes to cover his license plates, fill up his Jeep with gas and then leave without paying for the gas, our department and others would like to have a chat with him. You can remain anonymous if you leave us information. 920-766-6333. Kaukauna Case #18001386.

Officer Kohl is looking to speak to this person reference a retail theft at the Piggly Wiggly in Kaukauna. If you have any information or can identify this individual please phone our department at 766-6333. You can remain anonymous if you wish. Thanks again.

Earlier today, one of our officers was approached by a citizen and handed a gift card and told to buy lunch on their family. We would like to thank the generous citizen who donated the Visa gift card to buy our department lunch today. Not only did you buy our staff lunch, but also bought 3 other families their lunch that were in line behind our officer at Jimmy John’s. Your kindness and generosity was greatly appreciated! #payitforward #kaukaunastrong

School Resource Officers Raether, Vander Hyden and Krueger pose with children from Park Community Charter School and the sign the kids signed to Thank the police department for keeping the community safe. Thank you kids of Park School for thinking of us.

From our friends at Grand Chute Police Department.....The Backseat Buddy!

Last night Officer's Maas, Kohl, Meyer and Krueger spent some time at Park Community Charter School participating in the schools "Books, Badges and Board Games program. Fun was had by all.....

Mrs. Moseng's Kaukauna High School Classes, People Skills for Health Professionals class and her Life Skills students teamed up to make treat bags for each officer at the police department. Thanks. You guys did a great job. We enjoyed the visit.

Awesome moment for this Military mom and her son at McKinley Elementary School in Appleton.

Press Release On Friday, February 2, 2018 at approximately 8:30 p.m. Kaukauna Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 100 block of W. 6th St. for a disturbance and reported stabbing. When officers arrived they found the victim, a 28 year-old male from Kaukauna in the residence with a laceration to his abdomen. The victim was transported to the hospital by Kaukauna Ambulance with non-life threatening injuries, was treated and released. The suspect, a 31 year-old female from Kaukauna , who was the girlfriend of the victim had fled the scene prior to officer’s arrival. She was located several hours later at a hotel in Grand Chute and taken into custody. The suspect was booked into the Outagamie County Jail for 1st degree recklessly endangering safety and Injury by negligent use of the weapon. This case is still under investigation. Assistant Chief Jamie Graff Kaukauna Police Department

This awesome group dropped off some very tasty treats. Thank you for your support!!!!!!!

Officer Lau spent some time chatting with Kaukauna Girl Scout Troop 2063 about safety issues. A fun time was had by all.

These two River View Middle School students used their Eagle Bucks Reward Coupons on getting a ride in a police car. Keep up the good work!!!!!!!

Congratulations to our Ghosts on a great Saturday. Boys Basketball with a victory over Minneapolis North in the Border Battle at Stevens Point that netted the boys school records in points (122) and 3 point shots made (21). Wrestling with another strong performance as Pulaski Invitational Champs. Dance Team on a state qualifying performance in D2 Pom at Regionals in Kimberly. Gymnastics Team scoring 101 points and placing 4th of 7 in the Invitational at Antigo. It was a great day to be a Ghost!

Officer Frank is looking to speak to the person in the attached photo's in regards to a gas drive off. Anyone recognize him? Case # 18000807

This week is Crossing Guard Appreciation Week. If you see one of our hard working crossing guards please wave or thank them. More importantly slow down and pay attention to them as you drive by to keep them and our children safe!!!!!!

Thank you Appleton Police for making a boys dreams come true.. R.I.P Officer Frerking.

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.