Lake Geneva Police Department

  • Agency: Lake Geneva Police Department
  • Address: 626 Geneva Street, Lake Geneva, 53147 WI
  • Chief: Richard R Meinel (Chief of Police)

Lake Geneva Police Department is located at 626 Geneva Street, Lake Geneva, 53147 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard R Meinel. The Lake Geneva Police Department phone number is (262) 248-4455.

Lake Geneva Police Department News

Thank you Chief Rasmussen for your service in the United States Marine Corps! 🇺🇲️

Thank you Officer Nethery for your service in the United States Army! 🇺🇲️

Thank you Officer Greetham for your service in the United States Marine Corps! 🇺🇲️

Thank you Officer Wisniewski for your service in the United States Marine Corps! 🇺🇲️

Thank you Officer Tyler for your service in the United States Marine Corps! 🇺🇲️

Thank you Booking Officer Richard for your service in the United States Marine Corps! 🇺🇲️

Hearing sirens today? LGPD responds for a SWAT call. #LGPD #SWAT

The Regional News has an article highlighting Badger High School :) http://www.lakegenevanews.net/news/schools-weigh-arming-themselves-against-opioids/article_fc204ac2-055c-56d5-a573-18e36b7aa37d.html

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has resources available for an active shooter incident. See the graphics below for the model of "Run, Hide, Fight". Also watch their brief youtube video summarizing the steps you can take. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4IJA5Zpzz4

Welcome Tonia Wojtas as our newest full time telecommunicator! Telecommunicator Wojtas has her Associate's degree from Kaplan University. She began working part time for our department as a booking officer in April 2016 and part time telecommunicator in July 2016. She is also trained for emergency medical dispatching (EMD).

Telecommunicator Moeller is helping save lives at the blood drive. The blood drive will be here until 5:30 today!

Blood drive is today! See you there :)

Check out this footage from our drone pilots today! The footage is utilizing the FLIR (forward looking infrared) technology on the drone to detect heat signatures. This technology is especially useful in search and rescue efforts.#LGPD #LGPDTraining (We know, the date and time are wrong :) )

Records Clerk Povish, Lieutenant Way, and Data Systems Administrator Hinzpeter showcase the 55 sets of winter accessories that were donated. Thank you all for your help!

Winter Parking Reminder Effective November 15th vehicles will be ticketed and/or towed Lake Geneva City Ordinance 74-210(d)(1) and 74-210(d)(2) reads: From November 15 through March 31, vehicles may not park between the hours of 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. on any city street or municipal parking lot and year around from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. downtown. The Lake Geneva Police Department will ticket any vehicles parked on any city street in violation of this ordinance. The Lake Geneva Police Department will tow any vehicle illegally parked when city plows are attempting to clear snow from city streets.

Just a couple more days for our donation bucket on hats, gloves, scarves and socks!

Thank you all for participating in our drug take back events! On Saturday we collected almost 32 pounds of medication at Walgreens and almost 17 pounds in our drug take back box at the police department. For the past six months we have collected more than 177 pounds of unused medications!

Reminder that the drug take back event is tomorrow at Walgreens!

Sharing some beautiful footage from our drone pilot training this morning! #LGPD #LGPDTraining

Please visit bcw.edu/LGPD or call 877-232-4376 to make an appointment. Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins welcome! Partnered with the Blood Center of Wisconsin.

Gas main leak on Water Street. Police/Fire and utility companies on scene. Power is out in that area. Please plan an alternate route.

Come see Officer Ward and McGruff at Piggly Wiggly's Fall Festival this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.! Stinebrink's Lake Geneva Piggly Wiggly

LGPD's Community Outreach Comittee is hosting a winter hats, gloves, scarves and socks drive. Donate new items and place in the bin in the lobby until November 1st. Items will be distributed by the Walworth County Tree House and the Walworth County Food Pantry. Thank you!

Thank You!!! The driver of the hit and run has been identified!

Thank you friends! The driver of the hit and run has been identified! HELP! We need assistance identifying the owner/operator of the white pickup truck in these photos. The driver is wanted for hit and run at Chase Bank in the City of Lake Geneva. The truck appears to have business decals on the doors and tailgate. If you know the whereabouts of this truck and/or the owner, please private message us or call 262-248-4455. You can remain anonymous. You have been on a roll lately identifying criminals, let's keep it going !!!