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La Crosse Wisconsin Police Station Address: 400 La Crosse St, La Crosse, WI 54601, United States


18 hours ago
Apparently the Hatching Baby knew what we were going to get for weather!! Again #WeBlameTheEgg for our never ending winter. https://t.co/ZQpaovV5dZ

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20 hours ago
@Lacrossepolice would like to Congratulate the 77 students who are graduating from the D.A.R.E. program today. @Lacrosseschools https://t.co/c5VZxXehyi

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2 days ago
Due to forecasted snow storm, the Street Superintendent declares 48 Hour Snow Disposal Period to begin at 9:00AM tomorrow, Wednesday, April 18th. Please view our FB post for details: https://t.co/5IJ65swnmp
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3 days ago
LCPD has been trying to figure out what is going on with our weather. After extensive investigation we have identified ONE thing that has changed…..
#Weblametheegg https://t.co/jEM1GkbZRc

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4 days ago
“Snow Disposal Period” declared by LaX Superintendant of Streets. 48 hours of alternate side parking in effect – See our FB post for details https://t.co/gw9W1lLIuN
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5 days ago
❄️ + 🚗 = ⚠️ Drive cautiously today!

City of La Crosse Police Department

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City of La Crosse Police Department added 4 new photos — at School District of La Crosse.52 ago

Congratulations to the 77 Northside/Coulee Montessori D.A.R.E. students who graduated yesterday! Enjoy these pictures today on National D.A.R.E. Day!

A recent report by the U.S. Surgeon General praised the effectiveness of the D.A.R.E. program. D.A.R.E.’s keepin’ it REAL curriculum is among a number of select programs the Surgeon General identifies as building social, emotional, cognitive, and substance refusal skills that provide children accurate information on rates and amounts of peer substance use. Below are two links to this report.

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/surgeon-general-commends-efficacy-of-dares-keepin-it-real-curriculum-300371047.html

https://addiction.surgeongeneral.gov/

City of La Crosse Police Department

City of La Crosse Police Department added 3 new photos.24 hours ago

It is #WantedWednesday! We are attempting to identify the individuals shown in these pictures. One of the subjects is wanted in connection to a damage to property incident, the others are involved in a fraud. If you are able to identify any of these people or if you have information about the cases please contact the police department at 608-789-7240 and reference the specific case number

To remain anonymous, contact La Crosse Area Crime Stoppers at 608-784-TIPS or visit www.lacrossecrimestoppers.com to report it online. You can also download the Crime Stoppers App “P3” to submit a tip via your phone.

City of La Crosse Police Department

City of La Crosse Police Department2 days ago

48 Hour Snow Disposal Period to Begin 4/18/2018 at 9AM

Due to the forecasted snow storm, the Superintendent of Streets has declared a “48 Hour Snow Disposal Period” to start tomorrow, April 18th at 9:00AM and will run through Friday, April 20th at 9:00AM. Municipal Ordinance 44-107 (d) states a 7 hour notice to the public must be given of the snow disposal period. The notice was provided to local media at 2:28PM today.

During the “48 Hour Snow Disposal Period” vehicles will have to park on the odd side of the street on the odd day and on the even side of the street on the even day. This is in effect for ALL day and throughout the ENTIRE city. The La Crosse Police will allow a grace period between 9pm and Midnight of each day so citizens can ensure their vehicles are parked on the appropriate side of the street during the overnight.

Here is the exact language from the ordinance:
44-107 (d)

“Snow disposal period. The Superintendent of Streets may designate a snow disposal period for the duration of 48 hours. Notification of the snow disposal period shall be provided to the local news media and through the City of La Crosse public webpage. It shall be prima facie evidence of notification to any individual that said notification has been posted on the City of La Crosse public webpage seven hours prior to any snow disposal period. Failure to comply with a snow disposal period shall result in increased alternate side parking forfeitures as provided in section 44-1 and the Police Department may remove such vehicles either with its own facilities or by the employment of towing equipment from private contractors, and such vehicles may be ordered stored by the Police Department in any storage garage or rental parking ground.”

City of La Crosse Police Department

City of La Crosse Police Department4 days ago

Street Department Declares a “48 Hour Snow Disposal Period”

The Superintendent of Streets has announced a “48 Hour Snow Disposal Period”. Municipal Ordinance 44-107 (d) states a 7 hour notice to the public must be given of the snow disposal period. The notice was provided to local media at 7:35 am today. The Superintendent of Streets plans for the period to start today at 3:00 pm and will run through Tuesday, April 17th at 3:00 pm.

During the “48 Hour Snow Disposal Period” vehicles will have to park on the odd side of the street on the odd day and on the even side of the street on the even day. This is in effect for ALL day and throughout the ENTIRE city. The La Crosse Police will allow a grace period between 9pm and Midnight of each day so citizens can ensure their vehicles are parked on the appropriate side of the street during the overnight.

Here is the exact language from the ordinance:
44-107 (d)

“Snow disposal period. The Superintendent of Streets may designate a snow disposal period for the duration of 48 hours. Notification of the snow disposal period shall be provided to the local news media and through the City of La Crosse public webpage. It shall be prima facie evidence of notification to any individual that said notification has been posted on the City of La Crosse public webpage seven hours prior to any snow disposal period. Failure to comply with a snow disposal period shall result in increased alternate side parking forfeitures as provided in section 44-1 and the Police Department may remove such vehicles either with its own facilities or by the employment of towing equipment from private contractors, and such vehicles may be ordered stored by the Police Department in any storage garage or rental parking ground.”

City of La Crosse Police Department

City of La Crosse Police Department added 3 new photos.5 days ago

The La Crosse Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in identifying the pictured individual. This subject was involved in a burglary at a local business. Yes, we are aware that they are concealing their identity; however, the mask and jacket they are wearing is pretty distinctive. We are hopeful someone in the community will recognize and identify this individual.

If you have information regarding this individual, please contact Officer Brooke Pataska at 608-789-7212. You can also remain anonymous, by contacting the La Crosse Area Crime Stoppers at 608-784-TIPS or visit www.lacrossecrimestoppers.com to report it online. You can also download the Crime Stoppers App “P3” to submit a tip via your phone.

City of La Crosse Police Department

City of La Crosse Police Department6 days ago

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week –

The week of April 8-14, 2018 is designated as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. The declaration of a National Crime Victims’ Rights Week was started in 1981 by President Ronald Regan. The goal of this week is to raise awareness of both crime victims’ rights and crime victims’ needs. In a time where much of the focus of the media and even the criminal justice system seems to be on the offender, it is important to remember the impact and needs of the victims of these crimes.

The La Crosse Police Department has over two decades of enhancing our response and focus for the victims of crime. This is the 20th year that La Crosse Police have had a standalone Crime Victim Services unit, as well as a Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART) which was developed in 1999. Incorporating these programs as part of our department ensures the availability of an advocate for the victims of crimes and a conduit to the existing resources available to victims.

Along with recognizing “National Crime Victims’ Rights Week”, the La Crosse Police Department would like to thank all of the current and past crime victim advocates that have worked with us to ensure victims are connected with the resources they need.