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    Chenequa Police Dept.

    31275 W County Road K
    Chenequa WI 53029

     

    Monday – Thursday
    8am – 4:30pm

    Friday 8am – 3pm

     

    Police Telephone
    911 or
    262-367-2145

     

    After Hours Police
    911 or
    262- 446-5070 WCC

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  • Updated Press Release

    PRESS RELEASE – UPDATE

    Incident: Fatal Vehicle Crash – February 18, 2023

    On Saturday, February 18th, 2023, at 2:34pm the Village of Chenequa Police Department responded to a  motor vehicle crash on E/B STH 16 just west of STH 83.  It has been determined from several witnesses that one of the vehicles involved entered the E/B lanes of STH 16 from STH 83 going W/B, the wrong way, in the E/B lanes of traffic.  This vehicle then collided with another vehicle, head-on, in the E/B lanes of traffic.

    The driver of the wrong way vehicle is now being identified as 47-year-old Melissa Bright of Sullivan, WI.

    Full Press Release

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    The Chenequa Police Department is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, rights, and property of all individuals that reside or are within the Village, while striving to maintain the unique quality of life that the Village so highly regards. Our mission is accomplished through a partnership with the community that is built upon trust and mutual support. We are committed to being pro-active in our approach to our duties.

     

    Our mission is supported by the following actions:

    • Deter crime through highly visible patrol, crime prevention programs, and innovative methods
    • Provide service orientated functions that are responsive to the needs and concerns of the Village
    • Provide safe traffic movement in and through the Village
    • Provide a thorough investigation and follow through on all reported incidents

     

    This mission is performed with dedication and professionalism while being fair and impartial, safeguarding the rights of all.

     

    The photo to the left is the first Chief: Chester Miller circa 1927–1936 outside original Chief's house behind Village Hall.

    The history of the Chenequa Police Department is directly tied to the establishment of the Village of Chenequa.
     
    The Village of Chenequa is located in the “lake country” portion of Waukesha County, about 30 miles west of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It completely surrounds the 703 acre Pine Lake, and includes portions of Beaver Lake and North Lake
     
    To view an excerpt from former local resident, historian and writer, William F. Stark, please go to the Village of Chenequa Police History page. He has written 3 books.
     
    The photograph to the left was taken by resident and professional photographer, Ralph Curtis.

    This website made possible through a grant from the Chenequa Foundation.

    Your charitable donation helps make Chenequa a better place.

    The mission of the Foundation is to benefit the Village of Chenequa through grants which will enhance the quality of life and services in our community.

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    “Click It or Ticket” Campaign May 23 – June 5


    This Summer, and especially during WI DOT “Click It or Ticket” campaign May 23 – June 5, Chenequa Police Officers will keep a sharp eye out for unbuckled motorists – not to simply write tickets, but to prevent needless tragedies.  In Wisconsin, you can be stopped and cited for not wearing a seat belt.  Drivers can also be cited for every unbuckled passenger in their vehicle.  Be safe and be smart.  Buckle up.  Every trip, every time.

    PHomeChPort

     

    The Chenequa Police Department is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, rights, and property of all individuals that reside or are within the Village, while striving to maintain the unique quality of life that the Village so highly regards. Our mission is accomplished through a partnership with the community that is built upon trust and mutual support. We are committed to being pro-active in our approach to our duties.

     

    Our mission is supported by the following actions:

    • Deter crime through highly visible patrol, crime prevention programs, and innovative methods
    • Provide service orientated functions that are responsive to the needs and concerns of the Village
    • Provide safe traffic movement in and through the Village
    • Provide a thorough investigation and follow through on all reported incidents

     

    This mission is performed with dedication and professionalism while being fair and impartial, safeguarding the rights of all.

     

    The photo to the left is the first Chief: Chester Miller circa 1927–1936 outside original Chief's house behind Village Hall.

    The history of the Chenequa Police Department is directly tied to the establishment of the Village of Chenequa.
     
    The Village of Chenequa is located in the “lake country” portion of Waukesha County, about 30 miles west of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It completely surrounds the 703 acre Pine Lake, and includes portions of Beaver Lake and North Lake
     
    To view an excerpt from former local resident, historian and writer, William F. Stark, please go to the Village of Chenequa Police History page. He has written 3 books.
     
    The photograph to the left was taken by resident and professional photographer, Ralph Curtis.

    This website made possible through a grant from the Chenequa Foundation.

    Your charitable donation helps make Chenequa a better place.

    The mission of the Foundation is to benefit the Village of Chenequa through grants which will enhance the quality of life and services in our community.

    READ MORE

     

    Chenequa Police Department Annual Report – 2021

    On behalf of the staff of the Chenequa Police Department, it is my pleasure to introduce our first annual report.  The impetus for this report is a desire to communicate with our community stakeholders the actions taken by our department to preserve and improve the quality of life in our very special community.

    As we move forward into 2022, our staff is focused on continuing to find new and innovative ways to provide the best possible service to our residents and the other members of the public passing through the village on a daily basis.

    Chenequa PD 2021 Annual Report

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    The Chenequa Police Department is dedicated to safeguarding the lives, rights, and property of all individuals that reside or are within the Village, while striving to maintain the unique quality of life that the Village so highly regards. Our mission is accomplished through a partnership with the community that is built upon trust and mutual support. We are committed to being pro-active in our approach to our duties.

     

    Our mission is supported by the following actions:

    • Deter crime through highly visible patrol, crime prevention programs, and innovative methods
    • Provide service orientated functions that are responsive to the needs and concerns of the Village
    • Provide safe traffic movement in and through the Village
    • Provide a thorough investigation and follow through on all reported incidents

     

    This mission is performed with dedication and professionalism while being fair and impartial, safeguarding the rights of all.

     

    The photo to the left is the first Chief: Chester Miller circa 1927–1936 outside original Chief's house behind Village Hall.

    The history of the Chenequa Police Department is directly tied to the establishment of the Village of Chenequa.
     
    The Village of Chenequa is located in the “lake country” portion of Waukesha County, about 30 miles west of downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It completely surrounds the 703 acre Pine Lake, and includes portions of Beaver Lake and North Lake
     
    To view an excerpt from former local resident, historian and writer, William F. Stark, please go to the Village of Chenequa Police History page. He has written 3 books.
     
    The photograph to the left was taken by resident and professional photographer, Ralph Curtis.

    This website made possible through a grant from the Chenequa Foundation.

    Your charitable donation helps make Chenequa a better place.

    The mission of the Foundation is to benefit the Village of Chenequa through grants which will enhance the quality of life and services in our community.

    READ MORE

     

     

    VILLAGE OF CHENEQUA  •  31275 W County Road K  •  CHENEQUA WI 53029

    OFFICE HOURS:  Monday • Thursday 8:00am to 4:30pm  •  Friday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

    VILLAGE HALL  (262) 367-2239  •  Fax (262) 367-3341  •  POLICE DEPARTMENT  911 or (262) 367-2145

    AFTER HOURS POLICE  911 or (262) 446-5070 (WCC Dispatch Center)