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Appleton Wisconsin Police Station Address: 222 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI 54911, United States

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Newly trained members of our Honor Guard looking sharp. https://t.co/aq0nRDQxyN

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Wonder what we found out about the vehicle with blood on the door from April 5, 2018? Click here to find out https://t.co/XoATltQpbl https://t.co/32Ue5tvo4F

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During this #NationalVolunteerWeek2018, we thank our volunteer, Sara Froeming for her nearly 9,000 hours of volunteer time with our department. Thanks for all your years of service to us and the community! https://t.co/WkZ8j4Y90T

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Congratulations to retired Detective Sergeant Arnie Nettekoven. Arnie is our department’s historian. He has been recognized as our “Volunteer of the Year”, for his efforts to document and display the department’s history. #NationalVolunteerWeek2018 https://t.co/kRidTE3d78

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This week is #NationalVolunteerWeek2018. We currently have over 55 volunteers active in our VIP (Volunteers in Policing) program. Check out our volunteer page for additional information https://t.co/Q3NNgM6atX https://t.co/05whrekQED

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@Baron_T_H .We never abuse our food. 😏

Appleton Police Department

The Appleton Police Department is a progressive and innovative agency with 110 sworn officers. We provide an outstanding work environment for the women and men who preserve the high quality of life in our community. We believe in hiring people who will serve with distinction and integrity. While honoring the traditions of the generations that have served the Appleton Police, we support the creativity and innovation of the new vision of policing. Included in that vision is teamwork, creative problem solving, a strong orientation of service to the community, and job enrichment. We envision Appleton as being a city where everyone can live safely and without fear, protected by a police department with the highest ethical and professional standards.
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Investigators are seeking public assistance in identifying individuals involved in the late night robbery of a pharmacy.

On April 20, 2018, at 11:28 PM, officers responded to an armed robbery call at the CVS pharmacy in the 700 block of W. Wisconsin Avenue. Employees of the pharmacy reported being robbed at gun point by three men. A large amount of prescription drugs were stolen during the robbery.

The suspects, described as three adult black males, were seen leaving the area in a white, 4 door vehicle. The vehicle, believed to be a white, 2008 Chevrolet Impala, displayed Indiana license plates. As the suspects fled the area, they discarded empty prescription containers from the vehicle. The vehicle was last known in the Oshkosh area.

If you have information regarding the robbery, you are asked to call Sgt. Rabas at the Appleton Police Department’s non-emergency phone number (920)832-5500. If you have information, but wish to remain anonymous, please consider using the “REPORT” feature on the Appleton Police Department’s free app.

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Our 2017 Annual Report is available online. Click on the attachment to open the document. Spend some time reading about the things we accomplished in 2017 and the challenges we faced.

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Source of Blood Located

The individual responsible for a significant amount of blood found on and around a vehicle on the city’s north side has been identified.

On April 5, 2018, the Appleton Police Department began to investigate a suspicious incident in the 500 block of E. Bradford Avenue. A vehicle, belonging to an individual from Green Bay, was found in the roadway with a large amount of blood on the driver’s door and on the ground around the vehicle. It was initially believed to be associated with an unreported disturbance.

Investigators have located a 19 year-old female responsible for the situation. The individual, who avoided police because of a probation violation, told investigators she had attempted to slash tires on the parked vehicle. She injured herself when the knife she was using broke. The broken knife severely cut the fingers on one of her hands. She received medical treatment at a local facility.

Investigators discovered this incident occurred after several vehicles had been seen in the area and a verbal disturbance had occurred. None of the activity was reported to the Appleton Police Department until the next day. The owner of the vehicle, did not want charges against the 19 year-old female. However, the female was confined by her agent for a probation violation.

The Appleton Police Department strongly urges community members to call when activity is occurring. If the incident is suspicious or criminal, time plays an important role in officers locating people associated with the incident.

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S/O To Our Volunteers!

This week is National Volunteer Week. Our nationally recognized volunteer group is over 55 members strong and helps us in so many ways. Whether they are guiding station tours, making McGruff appearances, assisting with data archiving, shredding documents, working the Handicapped Parking Program, documenting our department’s history or assisting with our drug drop program, they provide important service to our agency.

This year we will have a volunteer gain her 9,000th volunteer hour with the Appleton Police Department. We have several other volunteers with thousands of hours of volunteer time to our agency. While some of our volunteers are former personnel of the department, many are simply community members who give so generously of their time. We cannot say “Thank You” enough.

If you are interested in our VIP (Volunteers in Policing) Program, please contact Beth Jasiak through our non-emergency phone number (920) 832-5500 or use the “Volunteer” tab on our free phone app.

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Sergeant Gleiss needs assistance locating the individual shown in these photos. While we know her name, we don’t know where to locate her. Our agency, along with several other agencies, are interested in locating her for a series of retail thefts. She also has an active probation violation warrant.

Please share this post with friends, family and co-workers.

If you can assist Sergeant Gleiss with her investigation, please call the Appleton Police Department’s non-emergency phone number (920) 832-5500. You can also PM this page and the information will be forwarded to Sergeant Gleiss.

If you have information but wish to remain anonymous, please consider using the “REPORT” feature on our phone app. The phone app is available for free where you download your applications.

Unless otherwise noted, all persons depicted are innocent until charged and proven guilty.

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We often ask THE FORCE for help in identifying someone related to one of our investigations; today, we are looking for some different assistance.

Our department historian, Arnie Nettekoven, would like to identify the person shown in this old photo. Better yet, if we can identify the person, we’d like to know his history.

Please share this photo with your friends, family and co-workers.

If you have information about this photo, please call Beth Jasiak at our non-emergency phone number (920) 832-5500. She will forward the information to Arnie, who is a retired detective with our department. You can also PM our page and we will get the information to Arnie.