Elm Grove Wisconsin Police Department

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08/30/2021

During the National Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign, law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin will boost patrols to watch out for impaired drivers beginning August 20th and will run through September 6th, 2021. Someone is injured or killed in an alcohol-related crash about every three hours in Wisconsin. Last year (2020) in Wisconsin:

-There were 6,050 alcohol-related crashes that killed 167 people.
-Alcohol was involved in more than one-quarter of all traffic fatalities (167 of 592).

The Elm Grove Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin to stop impaired drivers. Please - Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

05/24/2021

The Elm Grove Police Department will join thousands of law enforcement agencies for this year’s Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign, one of the nation’s most important highway safety efforts. From May 24 through June 6, 2021, the Elm Grove Police Department will join officers statewide and nationwide, to patrol for longer hours to reinforce one safety message – BUCKLE UP.

Currently, 89% of Wisconsin motorists wear safety belts. The 11 percent who fail to buckle up accounted for 43% of all the drivers and passengers killed in Wisconsin traffic crashes in 2020.

Seat belts save lives, and everyone — front seat and back, child and adult — needs to remember to buckle up every trip, no matter how long.

Unused medications are a disaster waiting to be found,so it’s vital to safely dispose of unneeded and expiredprescriptio...
04/23/2021

Unused medications are a disaster waiting to be found,
so it’s vital to safely dispose of unneeded and expired
prescriptions. You should never flush or drain your unused
prescription medications. There are safe Drug Take Back
disposal sites available throughout the State of Wisconsin,
and all sites offer confidential disposal. The Elm Grove Police are hosting a drug take at Walgreen's, this Saturday, April 24, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Unused medications are a disaster waiting to be found,
so it’s vital to safely dispose of unneeded and expired
prescriptions. You should never flush or drain your unused
prescription medications. There are safe Drug Take Back
disposal sites available throughout the State of Wisconsin,
and all sites offer confidential disposal. The Elm Grove Police are hosting a drug take at Walgreen's, this Saturday, April 24, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at approximately 9:32 AM, Elm Grove Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services respond...
01/28/2021

On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at approximately 9:32 AM, Elm Grove Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services responded to an active fire at a 4 unit condominium building at 15260 Marilyn Drive, Elm Grove. The neighbor who called to report the fire described flames showing and black smoke coming out of windows, garage, and hallway of the residence. The first responding police unit arrived at approximately 9:36 AM and observed heavy smoke in the open garage and second level.

The fire involved a 4 unit condominium. The fire was contained to one first floor unit and the garage, while smoke damaged to the entire building. Fire investigators are still on scene investigating the fire. Two units were occupied by two individuals at the time of the fire. Both individuals exited from the residence on their own through a rear door. Both were evaluated on scene by Elm Grove EMS and refused treatment. Elmbrook Humane Society responded due a pet cat that perished during the fire.

12/16/2020

Last year in Wisconsin, there were 6,058 alcohol-related crashes that injured 2,918 people and resulted in 140 deaths (about one-quarter of all traffic fatalities). But alcohol is not the only problem. We also see drivers impaired by illegal drugs, prescription and over-the-counter medications. Recent research indicates that due to the pandemic, drug and alcohol use is up and more crashes have resulted.

As part of our year-round public safety efforts, the Elm Grove Police Department will join law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign from December 18, 2020 through New Year‘s Day 2021. This is NOT about stopping, citing or arresting motorists. This is about saving lives and preventing tragedies.

10/30/2020

EGPD is working to keep kids and families safe during this years trick or treat event! The Elm Grove Police Department, with sponsorship from the Elm Grove Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association, will once again be distributing free glow necklaces to improve visibility of kids during trick or treat. Glow necklaces can be obtained in the lobby of the Elm Grove Police Department on Saturday October 31st between the hours of 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm. Additionally, Officer’s will be handing them out while on patrol between 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm. One glow necklace per person.

Motorists are reminded to please slow down and use extra caution during the event as there will be an increase in pedestrian traffic throughout the Village.

Tomorrow is Drug Take Back Day!  Talk to the seniors in your life, and see if they have any unused medications that shou...
10/23/2020
Find a Take Back Location | Dose of Reality WI

Tomorrow is Drug Take Back Day! Talk to the seniors in your life, and see if they have any unused medications that should be disposed of.

Don’t flush them! These substances can contaminate our water supply.

Our Officers will be collecting unused prescription drugs at Walgreen's, 15350 W. Bluemound Rd, Elm Grove.

\Find a drug disposal location near you #TakeBackWI: http://doseofrealitywi.gov/find-a-take-back-location/

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Please help us identify this individual involved in a theft at Sendik's Elm Grove.  You may remain anonymous.  Please co...
10/06/2020

Please help us identify this individual involved in a theft at Sendik's Elm Grove. You may remain anonymous. Please contact 262-786-4141 if you know this person.

National Rail Safety Week is September 21 to 27.Every four hours in America, either a person or a vehicle is hit by a tr...
09/23/2020

National Rail Safety Week is September 21 to 27.

Every four hours in America, either a person or a vehicle is hit by a train, and most often these incidents happen at grade crossings.

Never try to beat a train; whether on foot or in a vehicle, stay off the tracks if the grade crossing lights are on and the gate is down.

National Rail Safety Week is September 21 to 27.

Every four hours in America, either a person or a vehicle is hit by a train, and most often these incidents happen at grade crossings.

Never try to beat a train; whether on foot or in a vehicle, stay off the tracks if the grade crossing lights are on and the gate is down.

09/03/2020
Amtrak Sept 1, 2020

We encourage pedestrians and bicyclist to use good common sense and caution when crossing rail road tracks after a train concludes, especially at double crossings. Take a moment to view these videos to see how close both adults and children came to being struck by an Amtrak on September 1. You never cross railroad tracks untill the arms are up, the lights are off, and the bells are no longer sounding. You always look both ways before crossing.

09/03/2020
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We encourage pedestrians and bicyclist to use good common sense and caution when crossing rail road tracks after a train concludes, especially at double crossings. Take a moment to view these videos to see how close both adults and children came to being struck by an Amtrak on September 1. You never cross railroad tracks untill the arms are up, the lights are off, and the bells are no longer sounding. You always look both ways before crossing.

A good reminder to always yield to oncoming traffic while making a left turn, including to busses in the bus lane.  All ...
07/24/2020

A good reminder to always yield to oncoming traffic while making a left turn, including to busses in the bus lane. All drivers in this crash, which resulted in airbag deployment, walked away without any injuries. Drive safe this weekend.

A good reminder to always yield to oncoming traffic while making a left turn, including to busses in the bus lane. All drivers in this crash, which resulted in airbag deployment, walked away without any injuries. Drive safe this weekend.

We are looking for help in identifying this individual who was involved in a theft in our village on July 6th.  Please c...
07/14/2020

We are looking for help in identifying this individual who was involved in a theft in our village on July 6th. Please contact 262-786-4141 if you can identify this individual.

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The Elm Grove Police Department will join hundreds of law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin for the annual Click...
06/22/2020

The Elm Grove Police Department will join hundreds of law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin for the annual Click It or Ticket safety belt enforcement campaign from June 22 through July 5. As we enter another major travel season, we’re reminding motorists that wearing a safety belt is the single most effective way to protect themselves and prevent needless tragedies along our roadways.

The Elm Grove Police Department will join hundreds of law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin for the annual Click It or Ticket safety belt enforcement campaign from June 22 through July 5. As we enter another major travel season, we’re reminding motorists that wearing a safety belt is the single most effective way to protect themselves and prevent needless tragedies along our roadways.

We are attempting to identify the female in this image.  If you can help us identify her please call the Elm Grove Polic...
06/11/2020

We are attempting to identify the female in this image. If you can help us identify her please call the Elm Grove Police Department at 262-786-4141

We are attempting to identify the female in this image. If you can help us identify her please call the Elm Grove Police Department at 262-786-4141

May 10th to May 16th is National Police Week! Thank you to all of our officers at the the Elm Grove Police Department, a...
05/15/2020

May 10th to May 16th is National Police Week! Thank you to all of our officers at the the Elm Grove Police Department, and elsewhere, for their hard work and dedication.

May 10th to May 16th is National Police Week! Thank you to all of our officers at the the Elm Grove Police Department, and elsewhere, for their hard work and dedication.

April 12th to April 18th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week!  Thank you to all of our staff at the the Elm...
04/17/2020

April 12th to April 18th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! Thank you to all of our staff at the the Elm Grove Communications Center for your hard work and dedication. Thank you for being the public safety lifeline for our Village!

April 12th to April 18th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! Thank you to all of our staff at the the Elm Grove Communications Center for your hard work and dedication. Thank you for being the public safety lifeline for our Village!

The Elm Grove Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying a person of interest in an ongoing criminal...
04/16/2020

The Elm Grove Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying a person of interest in an ongoing criminal investigation. If you can identify the female in this image please contact the Elm Grove Police Department at 262-786-4141.

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The Elm Grove Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying a person of interest in an ongoing criminal investigation. If you can identify the female in this image please contact the Elm Grove Police Department at 262-786-4141.

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03/03/2020

We have a few final openings in our next Citizen Police Academy Class! The class will meet every Wednesday, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm for ten weeks, beginning on April 1st. Applications can be obtained in the Police Department lobby or by emailing Sgt Riley at [email protected]. The application deadline is March 8th.

22 year old Alexander Winghart was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court on Friday with Burglary.  On February 17, Wi...
02/24/2020

22 year old Alexander Winghart was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court on Friday with Burglary. On February 17, Winghart was observed in a residence in the 1000 block of Madera Circle with a firearm and fled upon being noticed by an occupant of the residence. Officers located Winghart sitting on a set of stairs outside the Methodist Church and daycare. The Church and daycare were placed on lock down until Winghart was taken into custody.

Investigators recovered approximately $5,800 in stolen jewelry in Winghart's possession along with the gun, which was determined to be a BB gun. Winghart was on probation for a prior criminal case and had a warrant issued for his arrest for a probation violation.

Winghart appeared in court Friday and bail was set at $250.00 Winghart next court appearance is a preliminary hearing on March 19th.

22 year old Alexander Winghart was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court on Friday with Burglary. On February 17, Winghart was observed in a residence in the 1000 block of Madera Circle with a firearm and fled upon being noticed by an occupant of the residence. Officers located Winghart sitting on a set of stairs outside the Methodist Church and daycare. The Church and daycare were placed on lock down until Winghart was taken into custody.

Investigators recovered approximately $5,800 in stolen jewelry in Winghart's possession along with the gun, which was determined to be a BB gun. Winghart was on probation for a prior criminal case and had a warrant issued for his arrest for a probation violation.

Winghart appeared in court Friday and bail was set at $250.00 Winghart next court appearance is a preliminary hearing on March 19th.

02/07/2020

We are currently taking applications for the 2020 Citizen Police Academy Class! The class will meet every Wednesday, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm for ten weeks, beginning on April 1st. Applications can be obtained in the Police Department lobby or by emailing Sgt Riley at [email protected]. The application deadline is March 8th.

01/22/2020

A 2004 Ford F150 was stolen at approximately 3:30 AM Tuesday morning from a driveway in the 800 block of Terrace Drive. The vehicle was left unlocked with the ignition keys inside. Six additional unlocked vehicles were also entered on Verdant Dr, Terrace Dr, Woodland Ave, and Lata Vista Dr.

Residents are urged to always double-check that their car doors are locked, keys and valuables not left in vehicles, and homes are secured. Thefts and burglaries occur at all times of the day regardless of where you live.

Please contact the police department if you see suspicious activity.

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Juneau Blvd is currently closed at Elm Grove Rd due to a single vehicle.  The road will reopen as soon as We Energies re...
01/21/2020

Juneau Blvd is currently closed at Elm Grove Rd due to a single vehicle. The road will reopen as soon as We Energies repairs the power pole. A good reminder to be attentive while operating your vehicle.

Juneau Blvd is currently closed at Elm Grove Rd due to a single vehicle. The road will reopen as soon as We Energies repairs the power pole. A good reminder to be attentive while operating your vehicle.

12/09/2019

Last year in Wisconsin, alcohol-related crashes resulted in 160 deaths and nearly 3,300 injuries. To help save lives and prevent needless tragedies, the Elm Grove Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin during the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” holiday campaign from Friday, December 13, 2019 through New Year’s Day.

11/30/2019

A funeral will be held for Sgt. Joe Ipavec on Saturday, November 30th, at 2:00 PM, at Holy Apostles Catholic Church, 16000 W. National Ave., New Berlin, WI 53151.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been set up in honor of Joe, as an education fund for his two children. Checks can be made payable to the Joe Ipavec Memorial Fund and will be accepted at any Associated Bank location.

The members of the Elm Grove Police Department and dispatch staff are saddened to share the news that Sgt. Joseph (Joe) ...
11/26/2019

The members of the Elm Grove Police Department and dispatch staff are saddened to share the news that Sgt. Joseph (Joe) Ipavec took his life, at the Elm Grove Police Department, in the early morning hours of Monday, November 25, 2019.

Sgt. Ipavec was a 19 year veteran of the agency. He was a leader in our department and in our community, mentoring new officers as a Field Training Officer (FTO), certified fi****ms instructor, and representing the agency as the Citizen Police Academy’s departmental liaison. He was a state licensed Emergency Medical Technician and a 2014 graduate of Northwestern University’s Police Staff and Command. He was an officer of exceptional performance and was, most notably, commended for his actions that, without question, saved many lives, during the Villager Apartments fire, in October of 2000.

We are heartbroken at the loss of our dedicated co-worker and friend. His family and two young children are in our thoughts and prayers.

All members of the Elm Grove Police Department and dispatch staff thank the members of the Elm Grove community for their patience and understanding while we adjust to this tragic loss. We are additionally thankful for the outpouring of support from our fellow law enforcement communities that responded at a moment’s notice to assist our officers, during this critical incident, and to help us over the long term, pursue a path of wellbeing.

The members of the Elm Grove Police Department and dispatch staff are saddened to share the news that Sgt. Joseph (Joe) Ipavec took his life, at the Elm Grove Police Department, in the early morning hours of Monday, November 25, 2019.

Sgt. Ipavec was a 19 year veteran of the agency. He was a leader in our department and in our community, mentoring new officers as a Field Training Officer (FTO), certified fi****ms instructor, and representing the agency as the Citizen Police Academy’s departmental liaison. He was a state licensed Emergency Medical Technician and a 2014 graduate of Northwestern University’s Police Staff and Command. He was an officer of exceptional performance and was, most notably, commended for his actions that, without question, saved many lives, during the Villager Apartments fire, in October of 2000.

We are heartbroken at the loss of our dedicated co-worker and friend. His family and two young children are in our thoughts and prayers.

All members of the Elm Grove Police Department and dispatch staff thank the members of the Elm Grove community for their patience and understanding while we adjust to this tragic loss. We are additionally thankful for the outpouring of support from our fellow law enforcement communities that responded at a moment’s notice to assist our officers, during this critical incident, and to help us over the long term, pursue a path of wellbeing.

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13600 Juneau Blvd
Elm Grove, WI
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