Sheboygan Police Department

  • Agency: Sheboygan Police Department
  • Address: 1315 N 23rd Street, Sheboygan, 53081 WI
  • Chief: Christopher Domagalski (Chief of Police)
Phone: (920) 459-3333
Fax: (920) 459-0205

Sheboygan Police Department is located at 1315 N 23rd Street, Sheboygan, 53081 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Christopher Domagalski. The Sheboygan Police Department phone number is (920) 459-3333.

Sheboygan Police Department News

Look at that View!! Over the past summer officers listened to concerns about the overgrown trees and bushes in King Park. These bushes created hiding spots and areas for illegal activity to occur in the neighborhood. Officers used problem solving techniques and CPTED principals to work with volunteer groups and the Department of Public Works to create an open and safe area for the residents of Sheboygan! A huge thank you to all involved. Please enjoy the view!

Coastal Young Professionals Network ! Thank you to all the "Hip" young professionals from the Sheboygan County Chamber who stopped by tonight to get a behind the scenes look at the Sheboygan Police Department and the Sheboygan-Kohler Municipal Court. We enjoyed spending time with you and seeing the energy and passion you bring to the Sheboygan Community! Chief Christopher Domagalski and Judge Natasha Torry

Neighbors of End Park please come to a meeting at the North High Library(enter at door #10 and go upstairs) Meeting moved from the commons area. on November 9th at 5:30 PM to talk about issues at End Park. Officers will review calls and give feedback on problems in the park. Please come with ideas on how to help deal with the issues at the park. Thanks, Officer Mares 240

Neighborhood meeting.

Thanks for the support! 😂

Well, things are going to get a little hairy around here for a while. SPD has "cut" the department's grooming policy until the end of the month, allowing officers to grow facial hair for No-Shave November. Officers are putting down their razors and donating money to participate in this fundraiser and awareness campaign to benefit Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Sheboygan County. At the end of the month, two Littles from Big Brothers Big Sisters will judge the “Best Goatee” and “Best Beard” from the pool of hairy participants! So, don't fear the beard. Put down those razors and join us! Visit our events for more information! #NoShaveNovember

Don't fear the beard! It’s that time of year where SPD Officers have the opportunity to participate in a fundraiser and awareness campaign to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County. The need to strengthen our community’s youth is greater than ever. So, officers are putting down their razors and donating money to partake in No Shave November. At the end of the month, two Littles from Big Brothers Big Sisters will judge the “Best Goatee” and “Best Beard” from the pool of hairy participants! Last year, the Sheboygan Police Department raised $1,850 for BBBS and the kids of Sheboygan County. Interested in participating? Visit, http://sheboyganpba.com/no-shave-november-2017/

Good Morning! A (not so little) "Bud" told us this would be a good time for all pet owners to mark on your calendar that pet license renewal begins DECEMBER1st. Every dog, cat and miniature potbellied pig kept in the City of Sheboygan must have an annual license. The licenses are valid from January 1st thru December 31st of each year. For fees and more information about pet licenses, visit http://sheboyganpolice.com/community/pet-license-information/. Thank you!

When a group of little tots wants you to lead their parade... you lead their parade! That's just what we did this morning. We were out with the local children's Montessori on their Halloween Parade. #BestCallOfTheDay

Happy Halloween, Sheboygan! This is a reminder that Trick or Treat in the City of Sheboygan is from 4-7 pm today, which means there might be princesses, zombies, superheroes, and a few stranger things flooding area neighborhoods. Please, DRIVE CAREFULLY! You never know what creatures may suddenly cross your path. ~If you are welcoming trick or treaters, turn on your exterior lights. ~Keep lit jack o'lanterns away from doorsteps where costumes may brush against the flame; consider using glow sticks or battery operated candles as a safe alternative. ~Younger children should always be accompanied by an adult. ~Carry a flashlight, glow sticks or wear reflective tape.

Mariah stopped by this evening and presented Officer Carolina Contreras with a donation of books for our Little Free Library. Thank you Mariah!

Good Morning, Sheboygan! Last April, Wisconsin collected a record-breaking 66,830 pounds of unwanted prescription medication. That's 66,830 pounds of medication that did not get into the wrong hands and did not contaminate our water supply. Help us break another record! Join us this Saturday, for Drug Take-Back Day! https://youtu.be/SkZOw_qvnwI