The mission of the Prairie du Chien Police Department is to provide quality law enforcement services;
maintain and improve community livability by working with our citizens to preserve life, maintain human
rights and dignity, protect property, preserve peace and public order, prevent crime, and promote
individual responsibility, community commitment and involvement.

* Location: 228 North Beaumont Road
* Hours: The Police Department provides law enforcement services to the City of Prairie du Chien 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
* Contacts: Emergency – 911 * Non-emergency – (608) 326-2421
* Administrative Assistant – (608) 326-4222 * Fax – (608) 326-6284 * Email - pschaufyager@prairieduchien-wi.gov
* Mail: 228 North Beaumont Road; Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
 IMPORTANT LINKS

The Crawford County Domestic Abuse Program - 1-888-200-8426
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin -  1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
The Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry
Crawford County Crime Stoppers - 1-866-779-PAYS (7297)

CRAWFORD COUNTY CODE RED

The CodeRED Weather Warning is a unique service that automatically calls citizens in the Crawford County area in the path of severe weather just moments after a warning has been issued by the National Weather Service. 
In addition to weather warnings you can also receive general community notifications such as street closures and public awareness information by checking the “General Notifications” box on the sign up page. You may add as many cellphone, landline and email addresses for your family as you wish as long as they are all for the same address. Simply go back into the sign up page and add additional numbers as needed. There is no direct cost to you for signing up for any of the alerts.
71-Chief of Police Chad Abram (Email)
72- Lieutenant Terry Sprosty
76- Sergeant Kyle Teynor
85- Detective Stacy Polodna
74- Officer Gerald Tippery
80- Officer Mark Fulcher
86- Officer Ashley Erickson
89- Officer Jeff Henry
75- Officer Maxwell Erickson
84- Officer Josh Hemmer
82- Officer Tara Henry
81- Officer Casey Cox
Adm. Asst./Officer Patricia Schauf Yager (Email)

​Part-Time Employment: In order to more efficiently fulfill its mission, the Prairie du Chien Police Department employs a number of part-time sworn police officers. These officers perform exactly the same duties as their full-time counterparts and are subject to the same hiring and training standards. Part-time officers are hired as agency needs dictate.
713-Officer Joe Breeser
715-Officer Kurt Wallin
716-Officer James Hackett
717-Officer Marc Myhre
720-Officer Karl Sander
723-Officer Stephen Herbers
724-Officer Cody Mullikin
730-Officer Jorrey Olson
SPECIAL OPERATIONS TEAM

The Police Department’s tactical team is unique in that it is staffed by members of our own agency along with officers drawn from Clayton County, Iowa law enforcement agencies and the Crawford County Sheriff's Department. This unique, multi-agency, multi-state approach to tactical operations and narcotics enforcement is a logical and cost effective answer to those serious law enforcement problems that affect our citizens of both sides of the border. The team is fully trained and equipped to handle missions normally associated with tactical response as well as narcotics operations and clandestine drug laboratory seizure. (PICTURED: Prairie du Chien Police Officers assigned to the Tri-River Special Operations Team confer after the execution of a methamphetamine lab search warrant.)
Below is a link anyone can use when the department is seeking applicants for police officer positions. Currently we are not seeking full time but applicants can submit for the possibility of part time.

https://wilenet.org/html/djleforms/DJLE330.pdf
How to request an accident report from the Police Department 
Please click on the link to request an accident report. Include the following information in your email:
Name of involved party(s)
Insurance carrier
Date and location of the accident
Your contact information Phone
Case Number if available
POLICE DEPARTMENT
The WI Statewide VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender’s custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the WI Statewide VINE system is 888-868-4631. This service is provided to assist crime victims and other community members who have a right to know about the offenders currently in the custody of the Sheriff’s Department.