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From Chief Weber

Thanks for visiting! We hope to provide you with information and answers to questions that you may have regarding the services we provide.

The Wauwatosa Police Department consists of 92 sworn officers and 40 full and part time support staff dedicated to providing a safe community for people who live, work, or travel through our city.

Our world is ever-changing. Keeping up with the information and technology is a challenge for all citizens today. The same holds true for members of the Police Department. Continually expanding the information we use and retrieving from various applications enables us to process information that will assist in providing a more efficient service.

I hope that the information contained on our website is helpful to you. Should you have any questions that are not answered here, please contact us at (414) 471-8430. We look forward to hearing from you. Your comments, suggestions, and advice are important to us.

Thank you for visiting the Wauwatosa Police Department.

Barry M. Weber
Chief of Police

Police Department Links


  • Can I park my car on the street overnight?
  • How do I pay a ticket?
  • Where do I go for Municipal Court, and when is it held?
  • How do I make an Open Records Request?
  • Does the Wauwatosa Police Department offer fingerprinting services?
  • If I have a minor car crash, should I still call the police?
  • What should I do with old or expired medications in my home?
  • If I lock my keys in my car, can the Police Department help me?
  • How do I find out about registered sex offenders in my community?
  • What should I do if my pet runs away?
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