Williams Bay Police Department

  • Agency: Williams Bay Police Department
  • Address: 250 Williams St, Williams Bay, 53191 WI
  • Chief: Robert C Pruessing (Chief of Police)
Phone: 262-245-2710
Fax: 262-245-2711

Williams Bay Police Department is located at 250 Williams St, Williams Bay, 53191 WI. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert C Pruessing. The Williams Bay Police Department phone number is 262-245-2710.

Williams Bay Police Department News

Please bring in new, unwrapped toys and place them in our box in the lobby of the Village Hall. Toys for Tots will distribute them. Thank you in advance for your generous donations!

Trick or Treat

Captain Christopher Douglas and Lieutenant Justin Timm

Williams Bay Police and Fire units out with a live wire down. If you encounter a down power or phone line please do not approach. Call local emergency personnel or dial 911. Power company recommends staying at least 2 poles from the affected area.

The lighthouse was turned into WBPD. Thank you everyone for your calls and getting the information out there!

We need help identifying the person in the photo who stole the lighthouse shown below from a local resident. If you know who this person is or have information regarding the theft, please call 262-245-2710. You can remain anonymous. Officers are in the process of reviewing video surveillance. Thanks in advance!

On June 3, 2017, around 6:51 pm, Williams Bay Police Department investigated an accident involving a vehicle striking a female as she was crossing the intersection at West Geneva Street and Walworth Avenue. As the vehicle proceeded through the intersection it struck the female’s right arm and her left leg. The female suffered minor injuries and was checked over by Williams Bay Rescue. The vehicle did not have a rear license plate it is described as a Black Chevy Malibu driven by a larger build white female with brown hair in a ponytail. Anyone with information about this incident may contact Officer Erickson at the police department (262) 245-2710.

Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, April 29th from 8:30 a.m. to Noon at the Village of Williams Bay Police Department. Bring your unwanted/expired medications to the department for disposal. No syringes, aerosols, or inhalers are accepted.

The latest scam....Please beware!!! We have been advised of someone making phone calls claiming to be the WIlliams Bay Police Department. The caller is soliciting for donations. The caller ID information lists to Williams Bay. We are NOT and will NOT solicit for donations over the phone. Officers are currently investigating who is making these calls. Please contact us with any questions or concerns.

Due to a broken telephone pole and low hanging wires North Lakeshore Dr is closed from W Geneva ST (Hwy 67) to Ravina DR. Please use alternative routes. Detour using Constance BLVD to Ravina DR.

The latest scam....Please beware!!!

Officers Erickson and Conlon helping out the the Santa Cause on December 23, 2017

Drug Take Back day will be April 29, 2017. You may drop off your unused/unwanted prescriptions at the Williams Bay Police Department. Times to be determined. Check back for further information.

The Village of Williams Bay has enacted a new ordinance effective December 5, 2016 pertaining to Sex Offenders residing and loitering within 1500 feet of Child Safety Zones. View the ordinance at http://williamsbay.org/images/doc/Chapter%2027.pdf

The Williams Bay Police Department would like to wish everyone a Happy and SAFE Holiday Season!

Have a Happy and SAFE Thanksgiving

Food Drive and Reading to Jerri's Kids Nov. 10, 2016

A reminder... Winter parking begins Nov. 15th and ends April 15th. Vehicles are not to be parked on any Village street between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. If you have guests that need to park on Village streets during that time period, please contact the Police Dept. at 262-245-2710 at least one day in advance.