Crime Prevention Programs

Specially trained crime prevention officers are available to conduct a security survey of your home or business. The officer will identify areas in your home or business that may be vulnerable to criminals. The crime prevention officer will also suggest ways to “target harden” your home or business. Please call Sergeant Ben Brouwer or Officer John Adamaitis at 414-351-8911 if you are interested in this program.
  1. Block Watch

    This program encourages residents to call the police immediately if they observe a crime in progress or suspicious activity.

  2. ID Theft (PDF)

    Read about ID theft.

  3. Operation Identification

    The Police Department has a supply of engravers available to residents.

  4. IRS Identity Protection

    Identity theft places a burden on its victims and presents a challenge to businesses, organizations and government agencies, including the IRS. Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen social security number to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. Follow the link below to get further information to protect yourself and how to report if your identity was used for tax purposes.

  5. Reporting Crimes or Incidents

    Police work starts with you! When reporting crimes or suspicious activity to the Police Department, keep in mind a few of these things:

  6. Auto Theft Prevention

    Keep your car safe with these helpful tips

  7. Burglary Prevention

    A list of home burglary prevention tips

  1. Operation Identification

    Engraving items of value will ensure if they are lost or stolen you can identify your personal belongings.

  2. Fraud Schemes

    Learn more about common fraud schemes here

  3. Residential and Business Security Surveys

    Specially trained crime prevention officers are available to conduct a security survey of your home or business.

  4. Bike Patrol

    Fox Point Bike Patrol Unit is used for patrol purposes during the warm weather months. The Bike Patrol Unit also serves as a Crime Prevention tool in deterring crimes and incidents through increased visibility and approachability.

  5. School Programs - D.A.R.E., School Lunch/Recess Pr

    Read about school programs here.

  6. Spotlight of Safety

    The department has recently began a new program focusing on specific safety concerns of the community.

  7. Camera Registration