Janesville Police Department

  • Agency: Janesville Police Department
  • Address: 100 N. Jackson Street, Janesville, 53545 WI
  • Chief: David J Moore (Chief of Police)
Phone: (608) 755-3100
Fax: (608) 755-3004

Janesville Police Department is located at 100 N. Jackson Street, Janesville, 53545 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is David J Moore. The Janesville Police Department phone number is (608) 755-3100.

Janesville Police Department News

The Janesville Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a recent felony retail theft from Walmart in the city of Janesville. The theft occurred on 5/29/18 at approximately 10:40 PM. Anyone having information about this crime or any other crime is encouraged to contact: -Janesville Police Department at 755-3100, -Call Janesville Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 756-3636 24 hours a day, or -Download the FREE “P3 tips” app at the Apple store or Google play store to give crime tips ANONYMOUSLY. Tips that lead to an arrest may be eligible for a Quick $50 reward through Crime Stoppers. Incident Number: JV1829580 Location: 3800 Deerfield Dr.

What a success for Week 1! Officer Laurie Valley did an awesome job helping some kids get a little physical activity and handing out lots of prizes. Stay tuned for next week's location!!

Attention all kids ages 5-15 years old, can you find the Janesville Police bike officer? The first 25 kids who are able to locate the bike officer today, June 14th, between 12pm and 1pm, and who provide the correct password, will receive a special prize! All kids who locate the bike officer during the designated time will receive a FREE raffle ticket for an end of summer drawing. Time: 12pm-1pm Password: “Peace” Location Clue: You will find the bike officer near the world’s tallest peace pole.

Happy Birthday to K9 Fred! 4 years old today. Enjoy your steak...you’ve earned it!!

Officer Severson and K9 Fred gave words of inspiration to the graduating class of Craig High School on Thursday. Congrats to all of this year’s graduates!!

“Where in the City is the JPD Bike Officer?” The Janesville Police Department is excited to announce a summer initiative designed to promote kid’s health by encouraging them to engage in outdoor activities this summer while at the same time building community relations through positive police interactions. The program is called “Where in the city is the JPD bike officer?” How does it work? • Each week throughout the summer, the Janesville Police Department will send out a public notification giving clues to where the JPD bike officer can be located within the city and the one hour time period they will be there that day. A special password will also be provided. • The first 25 kids that are able to locate the bike officer during the designated time, and who provide the correct password, will receive an immediate prize such as movie tickets, free pizza certificates, pool passes, etc. Kids are encouraged to ride their bikes or walk to the locations if possible, which will be strategically picked for accessibility. • All kids who find the officer within the hour, and who give the correct password, will be entered into an end of summer drawing giving them a chance at winning one of two new bikes, a video gaming system, or a fishing rod and reel! • “Where in the city is the JPD bike officer” is scheduled to begin the week of June 11th and will run through the end of August 2018. The end of summer drawing will take place after the last week of the program. The exact date is to be determined. Who is eligible? • All kids between the ages of 5-15 years old. How do I receive notifications? • Sign up to receive SMS Nixle alerts on your cell phone from the Janesville Police Department. Text “JanesvillePD” to 888777 to sign up. • Follow the Janesville Police Department on Facebook! Visit https://www.facebook.com/JanesvillePD/ and “Like” our page. • Follow Janesville PD on Twitter @JanesvillePD The Janesville Police Department would like to thank the following community partners who have contributed to this program: • Culver’s • City of Janesville • Eastside Dairy Queen • Flippin Frog • Game Corner • It’s a Keeper Bait & Tackle • Luke’s Deli • Mac’s Pizza Shack • Movie’s 16 • Papa John’s • Pizza Hut By: Deputy Chief Terry Sheridan Date: 06-06-18

Janesville Police Department Annual Bike Rodeo this Saturday, June 2, 2018, 10am-12pm at Wilson Elementary School Playground, 465 Rockport Rd, Janesville. Bikes are purchased!!! We're ready to give away bikes, helmets, locks, food and drinks! Bring your children and learn some bike safety. Kids can practice riding through the obstacle course and meet Janesville Police Officers! IT IS ALL FREE!!! Thank you to the community for all of your donations that make this incredible event possible!!! Spread the word!