In response to COVID-19 safety measures, the Police Dept. Lobby is CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC until further notice.
If you need to speak to an Officer or other personnel at the Police Dept. (during normal business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) please push the button on the south wall next to the telephone in the entryway.
During non-business hours, please use the telephone on the entryway south wall to be connected to the Ozaukee County Sheriffs Department who will dispatch an officer to respond and speak with you or they will call you.
If you are here to drop off a statement form and/or parking ticket, please put them in the payment drop box on the south wall. This box is checked Monday-Friday.
About the Saukville Police Department
The Saukville Police Department is comprised of two clerical staff, eight officers, one sergeant, one lieutenant, and a chief. We provide 24 hour law enforcement service 365 days a year.
During business hours calls are first routed to the Saukville Police Department and if an officer response is needed will be directed to the Ozaukee County Joint Dispatch Center. During non-business hours all calls route through the Ozaukee County Joint Dispatch Center.
The mission of the Saukville Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the Village of Saukville by working with the community, to ensure the protection of rights, safety and property of the citizens and visitors in our village.
Keep in Contact!
We work hard to keep our community connected to what is going on in the village. We use several electronic tools to do this, please read below and find what works best for you.
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.
Want to know what's going on in Saukville? Want to see photos of Saukville Police Department events? Check out our Facebook page! www.facebook.com/SaukvillePD/