June 14, 2021 - Summer 2022 the Police Department Building at 1901 Delafield St. Waukesha will be closed. This physical building will be under renovation and will not have personnel to assist you onsite.
The temporary address is 130 Delafield St. Service requests for (permits, paying for tickets/citations, records requests, accident reports, information requests) are unavailable at the temporary location and can be taken care of online through our website. If you are unable to take care of online, call 1-262-524-3770, for additional information.
See menu options on the left (on computer) or below (on phone) for more information on many topics and services that can be completed online. If we can't answer your question with information we have in the menu please call 1-262-524-3770.
For an emergency dial 911. For all other calls like reporting a crime or if you need to speak with an officer please call 1-262-524-3831 to speak with dispatch.
Letter from the Chief of Police
On behalf of the members of the Waukesha Police Department, I welcome you to our website. The members of the police department strive to work in partnership with the residents, community members, organizations, and business groups within the city of Waukesha. The Waukesha Police Department's focus is to be engaged partners in each neighborhood in the city. The department will utilize an intelligence-led, data-driven, problem-specific approach where we leverage technology while forming positive, respectful, and trustworthy relationships to work cooperatively with residents on issues of common concern.
I believe that both the community and the department share the responsibility in striving to ensure, that as engaged partners, we continue to enhance the quality of life for every citizen we serve. I hope that this website contains useful information, whether you are looking for departmental history, the agency procedures, roles and responsibilities of each division, or information on how to request services from the department. I encourage you to read past annual reports, which can be found in the "About the Department" tab.
It is my honor and pleasure to serve with humility as your Chief of Police for the great City of Waukesha. The department's mission is a pledge to serve with honor, integrity, and courage to carry out the shared vision of:
"Integrating intelligence to reduce crime in our community while forming positive, respectful, and trustworthy relationships through neighborhood focused engagements."
Daniel P. Thompson
Chief of Police
Waukesha Police Department
The City of Waukesha makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents of this site and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in the contents of this site.No warranty of any kind implied expressed, or statutory, including but not limited to the warranties of non-infringement of third party rights, title, merchantability, fitness for particular purpose and freedom from computer virus, is given with respect to the contents of this website.
In addition, the City of Waukesha shall in no event be liable for any lost profits and special, indirect, or consequential damages to any party, arising out of or in connection with the use or inability to use the data hereon or the services provided. The City of Waukesha reserves the right to change, revise or otherwise discontinue the information hereon, without notice.