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 Saukville Police

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649 E. Green Bay Avenue, Saukville, WI  53080

                (South of Village Hall)

Phone Listing
911 : Emergency
(262) 284-0444: Non-emergency
(262) 284-7078: Non-emergency

(262) 284-5404: Fax

Office Hours
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday no front desk assistance.  Officers can be reached by calling 262-284-0444 or Ozaukee County Dispatch - 262-284-7172.


WCAN - Wisconsin Crime Alert Network
The Saukville Police Department has joined the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network (WCAN).  WCAN quickly alerts the community about a crime or criminal that may affect them in the form of email, fax, or text message.  Please visit for more information.

"tip 411" - Complete Anonymous Police Tips

The Saukville Police Department offers the SKPD Tips (tip 411 anonymous tips) App for Android and iPhone devices that enables the public to send anonymous tips to the police and lets the police respond back, creating a two way anonymous “chat”.

Developed by CitizenObserver, a St. Paul MN company, SKPD Tips puts a powerful new crime fighting tool into the hands of our community, for all ages and demographics.  This capability is a new paradigm for creating safer communities – especially in reaching out to a younger age demographic and it is free of charge.  This tool will help our citizens play an active role in keeping neighborhoods safer, will engage people of all ages in the process, and will save the Police Dept. time and resources.

"SKPD Tips" app can be downloaded online at the Google Play Store , iTunes App Store  or by visiting the Police Departments website at

Citizens can also send an anonymous tip to Saukville Police Department by texting the word SKPD and their tip to 847411.  Anonymous web tips can be submitted from the Police Departments website at  by clicking on the "tip 411" heading (above), or online at  It's 100% anonymous.  CitizenObserver’s technology removes all identifying information before the Police Department sees it, so there’s no way to identify the sender.

About CitizenObserver - CitizenObserver, a St. Paul, MN company founded in 2000, provides web based alerting tools to law enforcement, education, and public safety agencies in over 40 states.

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Lost & Found

The Saukville Police Dept. has a lost and found area.  Things "found" include such items as keys, wallets, bicycles, helmets, etc.  Please call or stop in to identify and claim you lost item.


License Plate & Vehicle Registration

The Saukville Police Department issues license plates and vehicle registration for passenger cars, trucks, and motorcycles.  There is an additional fee for on-site registration

Service is offered Monday - Friday; 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

To register a vehicle, please bring in the signed title, release of lien paper-work (if applicable), and identification. 

For more information, please call the Police Department at 262-284-0444.

We also provide salvage vehicle inspection - by appointment only.


Medication Disposal

The Village of Saukville has a Medication Drop Box located in the Police Department building.  Residents can give unwanted or expired prescriptions  to personnell at the counter to be dropped in the Med Drop Box.  Items will be monitored and appropriately disposed of by law enforcement.  Drop Box available Monday through Friday during regular business hours.

Accepted:                                   NOT Accepted:

Prescription Meds.                      Needles (Sharps)

Perscription Ointments                Thermometers

Patches                                        Aerosol can

Meds. for Pets                              Meds. from businesses

Vitamins                                       Inhalers

Samples                                       Liquid Meds


Sharps and needles are only accepted for disposal at the following locations in Ozaukee County:

 - Columbia St. Mary's Hospital-Ozaukee     262-234-6700

  - Aurora Medical Center Pharmacy             262-329-1600

  - Aurora Pharmacy                                      262-241-5320 

  - Ye Olde Pharmacy & Wellness Center     262-375-0010


Curfew Ordinance

The Village has an 11:00 p.m. curfew for minors under the age of 16 years.  Parents will be held accountable for any vandalism that their children do to Village property.  Please know where your children are and make sure they obey the Curfew Ordinance.


Parking Restrictions

Saukville has parking restrictions on all Village streets during the time period from December 1 to April 1 to allow for plowing of Village streets.  Parking for longer than 30 minutes between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. is prohibited.  Vehicles parked on the street during these times are subject to parking tickets.  A fine payment box is located on the inside wall of the Police Dept. vestibule for after hour or weekend payment.  


Battery/Cell Phone Recycling

The Police Dept. now accepts rechargeable batteries and used cell phones for recycling.   We accept batteries from cell phones, cameras, power tools, computers and toys.  This includes the following rechargeable battery types:  Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd), Nickel Metal Hydride (N-MH), Lithium Ion (Li-ion) and small sealed lead (Pb) batteries.  We also accept old/used cell phones for recycling.  Drop off your batteries and cell phones during normal business hours or call  the Police Dept. for more information.


Public Nuisances
If a nuisance is a police matter or fire hazard, call the police dept. at 284-0444.  911 should only
be dialed for ambulance, police, or fire emergencies.  For a building in dangerous repair, trash, uncut weeds, debris, unsafe environmental conditions, etc., call the Village Municipal Center at 262-284-9423.


DNR Hunter Safety Program

The Saukville Police Dept. offers spring and fall DNR Hunter Safety classes every March and September.  Contact the Police Dept. regarding dates and program registration requirements.

Police Department Personnel

Name (Email)
Chief Jeffrey Goetz
Lt. Robert Meyer
Sgt. Robert Ramthun
Officer Matthew Caswell
Officer Brandin Depies
Officer Brad Grams
Officer Joseph Holeva
Officer Chris Janich
Officer Patrick Kosmosky
Officer Emily Neese
Officer Eric Ramthun 
Office Mgr. Laurie Miske
Clerk/Typist Kim Buechler

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