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Village of Denmark Police

Village of Denmark Police Police services for the Village of Denmark is provided by the Brown County Sheriff's Office. Two officers have been selected to serve the community in the role of Directed Enforcement Officer (DEO).

If the DEOs are not available, BCSO deputies respond.

Operating as usual

Village of Denmark - Snowmobile Ordinance(s)- Chapter 246.Just a couple reminders now that the snow has fallen.At this t...
01/05/2022

Village of Denmark - Snowmobile Ordinance(s)- Chapter 246.
Just a couple reminders now that the snow has fallen.

At this time, trail systems are CLOSED.

Per Denmark Ordinance 246-5(B):
(1) Snowmobiles shall be operated on the extreme right side of the roadway and travel with the flow of traffic.
(2) Snowmobiles are to be operated only in single file.
(3) Snowmobiles are to be operated with headlights on at all times.
(4) Snowmobile operators shall yield the right-of-way to other vehicular traffic and pedestrians.
(5) No person shall leave or allow a snowmobile to remain unattended on any public highway or public property while the motor is running or with the starting key in the ignition.
(6) No snowmobile shall be operated on any public roadway at speeds in excess of 10 miles per hour.
(7) No person shall operate a snowmobile on any sidewalk, pedestrian way or mall within the Village except as specifically authorized by § 246-4 of this chapter or for the purpose of crossing to obtain immediate access to an authorized area of operation.
( 8 ) Snowmobiles shall be run within the 10 feet from the plowed portion of the county road.

Reminder, this is only allowed when the trail system is OPEN.

For further information, the Village of Denmark snowmobile ordinance is available online via the Village of Denmark website.

Thank you!

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is looking to speak to anyone that was at Denmark Saloon, 117 Wisconsin Ave, this past...
11/11/2021
Brown County Sheriff's Office #21-036408 Denmark Saloon

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is looking to speak to anyone that was at Denmark Saloon, 117 Wisconsin Ave, this past Saturday, November 6, 2021 (night clocks were set back), or anyone that has information about the robbery that occurred in the early morning hours of Sunday, November 7, 2021 after the business was closed.

You can remain anonymous and may be eligible for reward by contacting Green Bay Area Crimes Stoppers (non-profit, non-police affiliated, civilian run organization) by phone at 920-432-STOP (7867), through their website at 432stop.com, or by downloading the P3 tip app. *** Please note that the original crime alert sent on this case should not be made public as it contained law enforcement sensitive information*** Video can be viewed by following the link below or from the BCSO social media accounts. Please contact Detective Sergeant Zak Holschbach with any questions.

The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is looking to speak to anyone that was at Denmark Saloon, 117 Wisconsin Ave, this past Saturday, November 6, 2021 (night cl...

***Found***Bicycle located near Broadway/Elm in the Village of Denmark. If you own or know the owner, please contact the...
09/13/2021

***Found***
Bicycle located near Broadway/Elm in the Village of Denmark.

If you own or know the owner, please contact the dispatch center (920) 391-7450, reference incident #21-029563.

Greater Green Bay “Frogger” Crosswalk Education and Enforcement**Thursday, June 24, 2021**Directed Enforcement Officer(s...
06/21/2021

Greater Green Bay “Frogger” Crosswalk Education and Enforcement

**Thursday, June 24, 2021**

Directed Enforcement Officer(s) will be participating in the Frogger project here in the Village of Denmark. This project focuses on educating and enforcing pedestrian / bicycle transportation and safety. Stressing the importance of crosswalk safety!

Remember, drivers share the roadway with pedestrians!

These Frogger events are not new to the area. They happen throughout the county at various times of the year. This will be the first of several operations that will take place this year. Communities are coming together to perform these events on the same day to reach a larger portion of the community and make a greater impact.

With Independence Day (Sunday, July 4th, 2021) rapidly approaching, Denmark Directed Enforcement Officer(s) would like t...
06/21/2021

With Independence Day (Sunday, July 4th, 2021) rapidly approaching, Denmark Directed Enforcement Officer(s) would like to remind the public of Denmark ordinance 151-2, surrounding the usage of fireworks. Please remember to be courteous, responsible and respectful during this time. We certainly hope everyone has a safe and fun fourth!

Any questions regarding permitting can be directed to the Denmark Village Hall (920-863-6400).

Any complaints regarding fireworks should be made by contacting (920) 391-7450 or 9-1-1 in an emergency.

**SCAM ALERT - Community Notice**Please take a few moments to read and share the below information.-With the advancement...
02/02/2021

**SCAM ALERT - Community Notice**
Please take a few moments to read and share the below information.
-With the advancements in technology, also brings the advancements in ways individuals try to SCAM you out of money.
-In 2021 our objective is to educate the community on potential scams and prevent individuals from becoming victimized.
-Resources below on how to properly report a SCAM, as well as local resources that provide updated information on SCAM trends!

It can happen to any one! As always, if it sounds too good to be true - it probably is!

01/27/2021
Tire Slashing

We are looking for help in identifying this subject regarding an incident that occurred in the Village of Denmark.

If you have any information please contact the Brown County Sheriff's Office at (920) 391-7450 and reference incident #21-002623 -OR- You can email Deputy J. Kiehnau at [email protected]

11/24/2020

PARKING REMINDER

Denmark Directed Enforcement Officers (DEOs) remind you that there is no parking between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from November 1st through April 1st, per ordinance 289-5(B) in the Village municipal code.

Violation will result in enforcement action. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our village streets clear during the winter months.

11/11/2020

A suspicious vehicle described as a white van, possibly a KIA, occupied by one adult male in his 40's was reported to be driving slow down Main Street in the Village of Denmark on or around October 28th-29th. The male driving was allegedly publicly and indecently exposing his genitals or pubic area. The male was described to be wearing a black face mask covering his mouth and nose and a black ball cap.

If anyone has any information about this incident, please email Denmark DEO K. Verheyen at [email protected] and reference incident #20-34549.

Thank you.

Happy Halloween! DEO Estano, along with Deputy Frye and Deputy Milks had the privilege to take part in the Trunk or Trea...
10/31/2020

Happy Halloween! DEO Estano, along with Deputy Frye and Deputy Milks had the privilege to take part in the Trunk or Treating Event! So many awesome costumes and a perfect day to be out!

Just a reminder to be careful when crossing the street and always check your candy! If something seems out of place or unusual contact the Brown County Sheriff's Office Non-Emergency at (920) 391-7450 or if it's an emergency dial 911.

Election officials are working together with local, state, and federal law enforcement to ensure a safe and secure elect...
10/29/2020

Election officials are working together with local, state, and federal law enforcement to ensure a safe and secure election. Voting is a fundamental right, and officials in the Village of Denmark are protecting that right.

Learn more about Wisconsin's secure election:

https://elections.wi.gov/voters/how-wisconsin-delivers-secure-and-accurate-elections.

Voting is underway in the Village of Denmark . If you witness or are subject to voter intimidation, alert an election official and call local law enforcement immediately. If you are being threatened with violence, call 911. Your right to vote will be protected.

Poll watching is legal. Voter intimidation is not. Know the difference:
https://elections.wi.gov/publications/brochures/observer-rules

Brown County Sheriff's Office Non-Emergency # (920) 391-7450
or in cases of an emergency, 9-1-1

-Denmark Directed Enforcement Officers (DEOs)

10/29/2020

A huge thank you to those in the community who stopped in at the Village Hall last Saturday for the National RX Drug Take Back event! It was a great turnout compared to both 2019 Spring/Fall events!!

THE FALL RX TAKE BACK EVENT TOTALS ARE IN:

Village of Denmark Directed Enforcement Officers (DEOs) collected and turned in 117.1 pounds of expired, unused, and unwanted prescription / over-the-counter medications!

Together, with all the participating municipalities in Brown County, 3,315.67 pounds were turned in. That includes Allouez, Ashwaubenon, Brown County SO, Bellevue, Denmark, De Pere, Howard, Pulaski, Suamico, Wrightstown, and BCCTC.

DEOs look forward to the 2021 Spring Event once again!

REMINDER! TODAY IS THE DAY!NATIONAL RX DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT IS TODAY.Denmark DEOs are hosting a collection site at Denma...
10/24/2020

REMINDER! TODAY IS THE DAY!

NATIONAL RX DRUG TAKE BACK EVENT IS TODAY.

Denmark DEOs are hosting a collection site at Denmark Village Hall from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

See below for details!

Thank you!

NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY - this Saturday, October 24th 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Denmark Village Hall, 118 Main Street.

DEO Verheyen and DEO Estano strongly encourage Denmark and surrounding communities to take advantage of this event by disposing unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs!

Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. It is dangerous and often tragic. Majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet. This is your opportunity to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths. Please, take a moment to clean out your medicine cabinet and turn in (safely and anonymously) your RX drugs at Denmark Village Hall on this day! This event addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue and it is always great to see people utilizing this collection site!

The Spring RX Drug Take Back Day had been canceled, so Denmark DEOs are expecting a large number of RX drugs turned in at this Fall's event. Denmark DEOs participated in both 2019 Spring and Fall's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by hosting a collection site at Denmark Village Hall. A total of 55.7 pounds and then 45.1 pounds of RX drugs were collected and turned in for disposal at those two events.

Let's do this Denmark! Come visit and turn in your unwanted, unused or expired prescriptions.

NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY - this Saturday, October 24th 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Denmark Village Hall, 1...
10/20/2020

NATIONAL PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY - this Saturday, October 24th 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Denmark Village Hall, 118 Main Street.

DEO Verheyen and DEO Estano strongly encourage Denmark and surrounding communities to take advantage of this event by disposing unwanted, unused or expired prescription drugs!

Too often, unused prescription drugs find their way into the wrong hands. It is dangerous and often tragic. Majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, often from the home medicine cabinet. This is your opportunity to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths. Please, take a moment to clean out your medicine cabinet and turn in (safely and anonymously) your RX drugs at Denmark Village Hall on this day! This event addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue and it is always great to see people utilizing this collection site!

The Spring RX Drug Take Back Day had been canceled, so Denmark DEOs are expecting a large number of RX drugs turned in at this Fall's event. Denmark DEOs participated in both 2019 Spring and Fall's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by hosting a collection site at Denmark Village Hall. A total of 55.7 pounds and then 45.1 pounds of RX drugs were collected and turned in for disposal at those two events.

Let's do this Denmark! Come visit and turn in your unwanted, unused or expired prescriptions.

If anyone recognizes this dark colored SUV, please contact Denmark DEO K. Verheyen at karisa.verheyen@browncountywi.gov ...
10/20/2020

If anyone recognizes this dark colored SUV, please contact Denmark DEO K. Verheyen at [email protected] or call (920) 391-7450 and reference Brown County Sheriff's Office incident #20-33366.

Identifying information for this vehicle and driver from this morning, Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 around 6:00 a.m., is wanted for a theft / trespass investigation. The incident occurred in the Upthom Storage in the Village of Denmark.

If anyone has any information about this incident or vehicle, please contact Deputy K. Verheyen. Thank you.

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118 E. Main Street
Denmark, WI
54208

Telephone

(920) 391-7450

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Hello. Is there a village ordinance that allows golf carts to be driven on village streets and cth highways.
I'll be posting some pictures later concerning the apartments on N. Wall across from the High School and the placement of their funky dumpsters. I've put up with it the last couple of years on the back corner of my property, no, they've been moved along side the house. Is there a village/county ordinance concerning that? I do I need to get much more formal and potentially nastier to get that addressed? I'll provide pictures, shortly.
How come no posts before the "day off" on here for drugs drop off? Drove past Saturday morning, saw you putting out sign, but had plans out of area. (Do not get newspaper so this is how I get information)
🛑🚨🚔🚓🛑🚨🚔🚒🚦Have to get talk about the excessive speeding on North Ave. Again...yet... WE NEED PATROL AT NIGHT!!!!!! On 4-25, my parents, trying to get into our driveway around 7:30 p.m. amongst heavy traffic, ALL speeding, almost got KILLED by a red car going way over 55. Even outside social media people are complaining they never see a cop in Denmark, don't know em'. "Where are they?" "Who are they?"🚔🚓🚨🛑🚔🚓🚨🛑 I have to leave 30 mins. early in the morning, just to get out of my driveway to get my child to school due to these idiots. The irony is I have to rush her to get ready in the house to avoid the crappy drivers. Note: traffic volume is understandable. Speeding excessively in heavy traffic is unacceptable. Watching at Fire Dept. is so yesterday. Watching only after school, in spots everyone is already aware of after construction zones is useless! WE NEED COPS AT NIGHT!!!!!!! AS WELL!!!!!! I see a Sheriff car from time to time after school. Bout' it. Putting up the radar speed viewer sign is useless, even when it's charged. This is giving our town and law enforcement a bad rep. If this were famous Rosendale, WI., where EVERYONE going 1 mile over gets a ticket, the revenue in this town would be super and more than enough to pay off the high school and build another! Stop photographing plates people. Can you Prove the car was speeding? TAKE VIDEOS, DON'T PAUSE, WALK TO NEAREST STREET SIGN And include it in video BEFORE OR AFTER AN INCIDENT, GET FAMILIAR BACKGROUNDS. Do not pause video! It will cause technicalities. LET'S GET THIS OFF OF SOCIAL COMPLAINTS INTO REAL HANDS. IF ANYONE KNOWS PEOPLE, POLICE, ANYONE WHO CAN HELP AT THIS POINT, WILL TAKE ANYTHING. 🛑🚦🚥🚨🚔🚓🚔🚓 Well, presumed village rummage sale not-so-accidents might get attention. Copy/paste to timeline, than post to feeds and post to groups and emails. I encourage letters in papers and to police and whoever above. Please help. Have a good day!🙂
🛑🚨🚔🚓🛑🚨🚔🚒🚦Have to still discuss the continued excessive speeding on North Avenue. We need police there AT NIGHT TOO!!!!!! ON 4-25 my parents, trying to get into our driveway around 7:30 p.m. amongst heavy traffic, ALL speeding, almost got KILLED by a red car going way over 55. Even outside social media people are complaining they never see a cop in Denmark, don't know em'. "Where are they?" "Who are they?"🚔🚓🚨🛑🚔🚓🚨🛑 I have to leave 30 mins. early in the morning, just to get out of my driveway to get my child to school due to these idiots. The irony is I have to rush her to get ready in the house to avoid the crappy drivers. Note: traffic volume is understandable. Speeding excessively in heavy traffic is unacceptable. Watching at Fire Dept. is so Yestersay. Watching only after school, in spots everyone is already aware of after construction zones is useless! WE NEED COPS AT NIGHT!!!!!!! AS WELL!!!!!! I see a Sheriff car from time to time after school. Bout' it. Putting up the radar speed viewer sign is useless, even when it's charged. This is giving our town and law enforcement a bad rep If this were famous Rosendale, WI., where EVERYONE gets a ticket for 1 mile over, the revenue in this town would be super and more than enough to pay off the high school and build another! Stop photographing plates people. Can you Prove the car was speeding? TAKE VIDEOS, DON'T PAUSE, WALK TO NEAREST STREET SIGN and include it in video BEFORE OR AFTER AN INCIDENT, GET FAMILIAR BACKGROUNDS. Do not pause video! It will cause technicalities. LET'S GET THIS OFF OF SOCIAL COMPLAINTS INTO REAL PEOPLE WHO CAN HELP. IF ANYONE KNOWS PEOPLE, POLICE, ANYONE WHO CAN HELP AT THIS POINT, WILL TAKE ANYTHING. 🛑🚦🚥🚨🚔🚓🚔🚓 Well, presumed village rummage sale not-so-accidents might get attention. Copy/paste to timeline, than post to feeds and post to groups and emails. I encourage letters in papers and to police and above them! When this stupid sign is working, can video the mph of the excessive speeder, followed by the car. Have a good day!🙂
Great job Cal!!!