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The Mequon Police Department is located in the Mequon Safety Building at the intersection of W. Mequon Road and N. Buntrock Avenue, on the northeast corner.11300 N. Buntrock Avenue, Mequon, WI 53092.
 
The Mequon Police share the building with the Mequon Fire Department and the Mequon Ambulance Service. Please park in the front or on the north side of the building when you visit.  The lobby is open 24 hours a day, and civilian staff can assist you when you arrive.

A statue of Chief Thomas Buntrock stands in tribute to him in front of the safety building. Chief Buntrock was slain in the line of duty in December of 1979.  Chief Buntrock gave his life to protect a child during a hostage situation.  That child is represented by the little girl he is depicted embracing.  You will also find his portrait proudly displayed in the police department lobby. 

Twelve civilian personnel staff the lobby (open 24 hours a day).  Our administrative/non-emergency phone number is (262) 242-3500 and our fax number is (262) 242-7655.  You are invited to discuss your non-emergency or administrative-oriented matters with an on-duty command or supervisory officer. 
General, non-emergency e-mail messages are encouraged at police@mequonpd.com

The Mequon Police Department provides regular police service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Service is provided by 37 sworn officers and 12 civilians.  We are equipped with Emergency 911 telephone communications and provide rapid-response time by courteous, highly-trained, professional police officers.

The Mequon Police Department acknowledges and recognizes the interdependence and shared responsibilities of the police and the community in making Mequon a safe and desirable place to live, work, or visit.  The Department recognizes that crime is a community problem, which requires a total commitment between the police and community.  The Mequon Police Department is dedicated to the notion that there must be a partnership between the police and community.

The Mequon Police Department nurtures public trust by maintaining integrity and holding its members to the highest standards of performance and ethics.  The Mequon Police are accountable to each other and to the citizens served who are the sources of the authority.

The Mequon Police Department is committed to providing a quality work environment and to developing members through effective training and leadership.  The Mequon Police Department is dedicated to building knowledge, skill and experience to enhance the problem oriented, community-policing philosophy.  Maintaining a low crime rate, while providing  professional police services, is our priority.

2014 Objectives
2014 Accomplishments
Continue to provide professional police services to the community while maintaining a low crime rate.
 
While we continued to experience mainly property crimes, violent crime stayed very low and Mequon remains a very safe community.
Replace and upgrade computer, technology, and other equipment as needed.
Department computers (PCs) were replaced and upgraded with newer technology. A new 911 system was installed. A new VoIP telephone system was installed.
 
 
Continue to search out and secure grant money available for public safety agencies.
 
Grant money was secured for replacing bullet resistant vests.
Participate in statewide safety-belt and alcohol related traffic enforcement programs.
 
Officers continued to aggressively enforce traffic regulations, especially those involving safety-belt and alcohol violations. 
Participate in Safety Town, partnering with the Thiensville Police Department.
 
Officers assisted with this important program aimed at teaching 5 year-olds the importance of personal safety, as well as obeying traffic signs and rules.
Host another open house at the Police Department.
The next open house was delayed until May of 2015
Maintain a high citizen satisfaction rating.
 
Contacts with the public continue to be made in a professional manner.  Zero formal written complaints were received, Informal complaints were effectively handled by supervisors to citizen satisfaction.
 
 
Maintain participation in the School Liaison and Multi-jurisdictional Enforcement Group (M.E.G.) programs.
 
An officer was assigned full-time to the school liaison position and an officer was assigned full-time to serve in the county drug unit. Both positions are very important in strengthening our relationship with the community.
Maintain a high level of professional and technical training.
 
Officers received hundreds of hours of training in many different topics covering juvenile law and investigations, identity theft, crime scene investigation techniques, computer crimes, traffic safety, and much more.
Maintain involvement with professional and peer groups.
 
Department members meet regularly with other law enforcement agencies as well as other local, state, and federal stakeholders to share information and look for ways to solve problems and reduce crime while providing the best service to the community.
Graduate 16thMequon Citizens Police Academy class.
 
Each spring we hold classes to share the inner workings of the police department with citizens who live or work in the Mequon-Thiensville area.  This year we graduated our 16th class.  Comments from participants continue to be favorable.  The program is an excellent way to partner with the community to reach our goal of making Mequon a safe and enjoyable place to live, work, or visit.
Host a Youth Safety Academy
In an effort to reach out to children in the community and teach them about police work and law enforcement, we had planned to host a 3-day program for kids in grades 6-8.  Unfortunately, staffing requirements did not allow for the program in 2014.

FY2015 Objectives


  • * Continue to provide professional police services to the community while maintaining a low crime rate.
  •  *  Replace and upgrade computer, technology, and other equipment as needed.
  •  *  Host another open house at the Police Department.
  •  *  Continue to search out and secure grant money available for public safety agencies.
  •  *  Hire an additional clerical employee
  •  *  Hire an additional police officer
  •  *  Through directed patrol and the Concentrated Accident Reduction Enforcement (C.A.R.E.) program, maintain a 0% increase in reportable crashes.
  •  *  Maintain a high citizen satisfaction rating.
  •  *  Participate in statewide safety-belt and alcohol related traffic enforcement programs.
  •  *  Participate in Safety Town, partnering with the Thiensville Police Department.
  •  *  Maintain participation in the School Liaison and Multi-jurisdictional Enforcement Group (M.E.G.) programs.
  •  *  Maintain a high level of professional and technical training.
  •  *  Maintain involvement with professional and peer groups.
  •  *  Graduate 17th Mequon Citizens Police Academy class.

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