Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Appleton, Wisconsin. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

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


1 day ago
Whether you are picking up or dropping off passengers, don’t double park. Find a legal, curbside location to pick up or drop off passengers. https://t.co/LuWR2wys3w

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1 day ago
Officer Meyer is attempting to identify this person. The individual may have been involved in thefts at several area YMCA’s. Please call (920) 832-5500 with information. https://t.co/IqQX5IKZnZ

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2 days ago
Are you struggling? Does someone you know need help? The Crisis Intervention Unit for Outagamie County provides 24/7 crisis mental health services. The Crisis phone is (920) 832-4646. https://t.co/XKbwqhddKN

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2 days ago
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While we aren’t aware of this occurring locally; we can finally agree with a @Patriots player – NO, NO, NO – Bad Idea!!! https://t.co/GZswoTGolX

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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Appleton Police Department added 3 new photos.8 hours ago

Felony Fleeing/Eluding of Officer

Officer Aikins would like to speak to this preson pictured. He was in a vehicle that fled from a traffic stop with Officer Aikins on 12/21/17.

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

If you can assist Officer Aikins with identification of the individual, please call him at the Appleton Police Department’s non-emergency number of (920)832-5500. You can also PM this page and the information will be forwarded to Officer Aikins.

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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Appleton Police Department added 2 new photos.16 hours ago

GIVING A RIDE – GETTING A RIDE?

Double parking is a problem in our downtown area. Drivers picking up people and those being picked up are creating a potential safety issue through the practice of double parking.

“I only stopped for a minute” is not a valid excuse for those double parking. We have issued a number of citations because of the traffic and safety issues created by double parking. The potential for crashes and for pedestrians to be injured is too great.

Drivers picking up passengers are asked to find a legal, curbside parking spot to complete pickup or dropoff.

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Appleton Police Department added 3 new photos.1 day ago

FORCE ACTIVATION

Officer Meyer is investigating a theft from the Appleton YMCA. An individual took keys from inside the building and entered a vehicle with the keys. Cash and personal items were taken after accessing the vehicle. The subject he is looking for is a person of interest in thefts from several other YMCA’s in the area.

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

If you can assist Officer Meyer with identification of the individual, please call him at 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 Officer Meyer.

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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HOW TO REPORT ISSUES TO OUR DEPARTMENT

Last year, we communicated over 1,100 times with people via our PM (Private Message) page. Unfortunately, this is not a way for people to report crimes or request an officer to respond to their house, apartment or business. We cannot monitor the PM page 24/7 and therefore, cannot accept reports on the page.

PLEASE REPORT ISSUES THIS WAY:
1. Our non-emergency phone number is (920) 832-5500.
2. Our emergency number is 911.
3. Our free phone app has a REPORT feature.
4. Parking complaints can be submitted via the Overnight Parking form on the City of Appleton website.

Each of the above listed options is manned or checked on a 24/7 basis.

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Appleton Police Department shared Grand Chute Police Department’s post.2 days ago

IF IT HAPPENS THERE…IT HAPPENS HERE

Please be aware of the scam being reported in the Grand Chute Police Department post.

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Appleton Police Department added 4 new photos.3 days ago

WHITER SHADE OF PALE

These ghostly images are the best we could get from a surveillance camera.

Sgt. Konkle is investigating a theft from auto complaint. The vehicle was parked in a downtown parking lot when the incident occurred. He would like to identify either of the individuals shown in this post.

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

If you can assist Sergeant Konkle with identification of the individuals, please call him at 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 Konkle.

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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ROAD CLOSURE and AREA EVACUATIONS

***UPDATE – Westbound lanes of West Wisconsin Avenue and one eastbound lane of West Wisconsin Avenue have reopened as of 10:45 AM on January 16, 2018. Driver uninjured in crash. Driver cited for “Speed Too Fast for Conditions”.***

West Wisconsin Avenue is closed between Linwood Avenue and Mason Street as the result of a vehicle striking a building and a gas main on the building.

Our officers are working with Appleton Fire Department to evacuate businesses and some residences in the immediate area of the 1400 block of W. Wisconsin Avenue.

Crews from We Energies are on scene for the gas leak.