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

A big shout out to DPW, who are working hard clearing the 200 miles of city streets. Keep in mind the plows are driving at a lower rate of speed when driving in less than ideal conditions. Please, give them plenty of space so they can do their jobs safely. Slow down, give yourself plenty of time and space out on the roadways this afternoon and on your evening commute!

As the weather turns cold again, we are so grateful to Pam Smith and all the knitters at The Lost Sheep Yarn Shop who donated some warm scarves, hats and mittens to give out to those who need a little warmth. We love that you thought of us as a partner in your effort to serve the community with your talents and hobbies! And Lt. Kurt Zempel can vouch that they're plenty warm!

It's an estimated 32 billion-a-year global enterprise and it's happening in our own backyard. January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, nationally and here in Wisconsin. Yesterday, the Department of Children and Families, as well as the Department of Justice, hosted a press conference at HotelRED in Madison, to raise public awareness of human trafficking. We would like to welcome and encourage you all to wear blue tomorrow, January 11th, in honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. #WearBlueDay #EndHumanTrafficking For more information and local resources regarding human trafficking, visit our website at http://sheboyganpolice.com/human-trafficking/.

Please, share and if you see or know the whereabouts of Deontre Tremaine Smith (23), "Chop," give us a call. If you haven't noticed, Mr. Smith has a distinctive tattoo on his face, right between his eyes. Some might see it as a cross or plus sign. Thank you! https://local.nixle.com/alert/6336961/

Congratulations Sheriff Cory Roeseler ! This morning Cory Roeseler was sworn in by Judge Hoffmann as the Sheriff of Sheboygan County. He was appointed by Governor Walker due to Sheriff Priebe's retirement. We send our congrats and best wishes ! We look forward to working with you.

Good Morning, It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of (retired) K9 Kramer, due to illness. K9 Kramer served the Sheboygan Police Department for eight years and retired in December, where he resided with his handler, Officer Todd Danen. K9 Kramer was an exceptional dog. Throughout his career, he was actively involved in over 1000 deployments, confiscated over 35 pounds in various narcotics, and was either responsible or involved in over 729 arrests. There is no greater love than to lay one's life down for one's friends. But then you meet a dog... Rest easy, boy. 💙

SPD donated a day with two officers to the Sheboygan Service Club Gala Auction. Natalie and Mitchel were the big winners. They took a tour of the Police Department, went mini golfing at Blue Harbor and finished with a little pizza!!! As you can see, Officer Braesch and Officer Oetzel had a blast!! Thanks for hanging out with us Natalie and Mitchel!!

As we finish the out the year I send thanks to all our friends and family for your love, support and understanding this past year!

Good afternoon Sheboygan – This morning we recognized Brian Krueger’s 37 years of service to the City of Sheboygan. Brian is a Sheboygan native who graduated from North High School and Lakeshore Tech. He began his service with the City of Sheboygan Police Department on January 5, 1981 and is retiring on December 30, 2017. He made his last appearance at roll call this morning. Brian has been a humble, competent and professional Police Officer and a great mentor, role model and friend. During his career Brian has shared his time and talents with many organizations in the city. We are most proud of the relationship and partnership he helped cultivate between the Sheboygan Police Department and Special Olympics Wisconsin. Because of his efforts, in 2012, he was inducted into the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Torch Run Dale Brunner Hall of Fame. Brian, thank you for your service and congratulations on your retirement – it has been awesome working with you!!

The men and women of the Sheboygan Police Department send you the warmest wishes for a happy holiday season. May your days be filled with the peace, blessings, and joy.

Five year old Clayton wished to provide presents to other young children who may not have presents during the holidays. He wrapped “many” presents for both boys and girls and asked for assistance from the Sheboygan Police Department to provide these gifts to children we encounter who may be less fortunate. The Sheboygan Police Department wishes to thank Clayton for his generosity and reminding us all of the true meaning of “holiday spirit”. Hats off to Clayton!

The holidays are a festive time, but that also means more drunk drivers are on the roadways. If you plan on drinking, refrain from driving. We want everyone this holiday season to arrive alive. Thanks to a traffic enforcement grant, extra officers will be out on patrol. So, #DriveSober or get pulled over. We're aiming for #ZeroInWI!