Waupaca Police Department is located at 124 S. Washington Street, Waupaca, 54981 WI. The Waupaca Police Department phone number is 715.258.4400.
DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT - DOSE OF REALITY 10/28/2017 - 10 AM - 2 PM Please come and turn in your unwanted, unneeded or expired meidications. Participants may dispose of solid, non-liquid medications(s) by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box or into a clear sealable plastic bag. There are no questions asked with what is turned in.
Please come support the Waupaca Police Department and Waupaca Fire this Wednesday!
On August 25, 2017 a Mongoose bike was located abandoned at South Park in Waupaca. We believe the bike was stolen. Anyone with information on who may be missing the bike or who may have had the bike please contact Officer Diana Flatoff at the Waupaca Police Department. (715) 258-4400 Ext 1107
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Thanks to all those that helped to make the brat fry a huge success!!
The Waupaca Police Department would like to thank the individuals who participated in Stuff the Squad Event that was recently held at Pick N Save. There were 169 bags of food that were purchased and donated to the local food pantry.
Show your support for Special Olympics on Thursday, June 8th in Waupaca. The final leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run will be in Waupaca. There will be a parade including runners, athletes, and police cars at 1:00 PM. Parade Route will be Royalton St. to School St. to E. Badger St. to S. Main St. to W. Fulton St. Parade will last approximately 30 minutes from start to finish. This event benefits local area Special Olympics in Wisconsin.
Waupaca County Crime Stoppers & Family Night Culver’s of Waupaca Tuesday, April 25, 2017 from 5:00 PM-10:00 PM 10% of sales will be donated to assist Waupaca County Crime Stoppers in solving unsolved crimes! Please join us for a tasty ButterBurger or Frozen Custard. There’s something for everyone on the menu-from crisp, garden fresh salads and veggie burgers, to home-style dinners and more. Plus, you’ll get to see some of our Waupaca Police Officers and Waupaca County Crime Stopper’s members serving your food. Don’t miss out on an unforgettable night!
The Waupaca Police Department would like to introduce and congratulate Officer Matt Batte and Officer Tom Grant. Both were sworn in and started their Field Training this week for the Waupaca Police Department.
Just a friendly reminder that since the weather is getting warmer and people are enjoying their time outside during the day, some people may take advantage of the warmer nights. Please be sure to lock your garages and vehicles and take any valuables in with you at night. Help us to prevent crime by calling in anything that may look suspicious or concerning to you or your neighbors.
In January 2017, Officer Zube responded to a theft complaint. When he arrived he met with Dennis, who is a HUGE Green Bay Packers fan. Sadly, someone had stolen his prized 2012 Packers Autographed Football. Officer Zube, having previously known Dennis, noticed that Denis was very hurt over the situation, so Officer Zube contacted the Green Bay Packers. The Green Bay Packers were thoughtful enough to send a care package, which Officer Zube Delivered today. Officer Zube and the City of Waupaca Police Department would like to extend thanks to the Green Bay Packers Organization and Sandy Roubal of the Green Bay Packers in assisting with giving Denis his smile back.
COMMUNITY WATCH: The Waupaca Police Department and Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office has received a number of complaints in the Evans Street and S. Appletree Lane area in regards to people walking around garages, entering buildings, and entering vehicles. The suspect has not been apprehended and the investigation is ongoing. PLEASE lock your residences, vehicles, and out buildings. The suspect is a white male and it is believed that he is operating by himself in these complaints. If you have any information regarding any residences, vehicles, or out buildings, please contact the Waupaca County Communications Center at (715) 258-4466.
The Waupaca Police Department is looking to identify the female wearing a bright orange coat in these pictures. The female is driving a silver colored four door car and has a black colored dog. Please call the Waupaca Police Department, Officer Bret Rodenz, with any information.
Thank you for all of the tips we received regarding the identification of unknown individuals.