Two Rivers Police Department

Two Rivers Police Department Two Rivers Police Department, Two Rivers, Wisconsin ~ Dedicated, Progressive, & Professional

A community-based progressive police organization accomplishing its mission through the lawful and professional delivery of police services with continued cooperation and education of our citizens TERMS OF USE The Two Rivers Police Department page is a tool and resource for our agency to receive and share information, but it is not monitored 24/7. If you have a complaint, concern or something that needs to be reported immediately please contact our dispatch center at (920) 686-7200 and an officer will be dispatched to address your concern. In the event of an emergency please call 911. The Two Rivers Police Department Facebook presence is used to communicate items of interest to the community and highlight the men and women of the department, our activities, equipment and special events. As the owner of this site, the department reserves the right to monitor and control all content. We welcome your comments, however, comments of a derogatory nature may be removed at the sole discretion of the department. Comments containing innappropriate language or obscenity and those with harassing or threatening language will be removed and the user banned. Inappropriate posts may be reported as abuse under Facebook's terms of service.

Mission: We are committed to preserving, promoting, and securing a feeling of safety and security for everyone in our community.

Two Rivers Parks and Recreation Dept.
05/31/2019

Two Rivers Parks and Recreation Dept.

New accessible mat at Neshota Beach that leads directly to the water.

05/31/2019

We are attempting to locate a dog & dog owner involved in a dog vs dog attack. The incident occurred on 05/30/19 at approximately 6:45-7pm at Washington Park, 2909 Adams St in Two Rivers. The dog we are looking to find is a St. Bernard mix that is dark brown & creme colored with a brown face. The woman walking the attacking dog told the other citizen she was dog sitting. The woman said her name is Nancy & she appeared to be in her late 60s/early 70s with brown hair. Please contact our non-emergency number (920)686-7200 if you have any information. Thank you.

Stop down at the Two Rivers Pick n Save and help “Stuff the Squad” to help those needing extra help in our community...
05/31/2019

Stop down at the Two Rivers Pick n Save and help “Stuff the Squad” to help those needing extra help in our community. There until 2:00pm. Bags can be purchased later if you can’t make it by that time.

Two Rivers, WI, City Hall
05/27/2019

Two Rivers, WI, City Hall

TWO RIVERS REMEMBERS--Memorial Day 2019

Wreath-laying and reading of honor roll 8:30 AM in Central Park. Parade steps off from Central Park at 9:00 AM, travelling north on Washington, west on 22nd, north on Forest to old cemetery, where Memorial Day program will be presented.

Take time today to remember those that paid the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms we enjoy.
05/27/2019

Take time today to remember those that paid the ultimate sacrifice for the freedoms we enjoy.

Auction announcement-
05/23/2019

Auction announcement-

Two Rivers Fire Department
05/22/2019

Two Rivers Fire Department

National EMS week is here! Your Paramedics are here for you 24/7/365. Some do not know, but your paramedics work for 24 hours (Work, Eat, and Sleep) at the Firehouse. This is 3 days a week without seeing their loved ones.

They form families at the firehouse with their brothers and sisters. These families are part of something much bigger. This week several members attended the funeral service of the fallen Appleton Firefighter. They may not have known Mitch but he was their brother too and their hearts are heavy.

If you know, or see, a Two Rivers Firefighter/Paramedic thank them for what they do because they are here to help YOU.

WI DOT has launched Click It or Ticket May 20 to June 2- Law enforcement officers will be out keeping a sharp eye out fo...
05/21/2019

WI DOT has launched Click It or Ticket May 20 to June 2- Law enforcement officers will be out keeping a sharp eye out for unbuckled motorists. The goal is public safety by encouraging voluntary compliance with traffic laws. Please, buckle up, watch your speed, be alert and arrive alive!

Congratulations to Officer Briana Propson for being selected as the 2018 Officer of the Year!  Officer Propson and Two R...
05/20/2019

Congratulations to Officer Briana Propson for being selected as the 2018 Officer of the Year! Officer Propson and Two Rivers Firefighter of the Year, Ryan Menges, were given awards at a banquet sponsored by the Kiwanis on 5/18/19.

Officer Propson has been a dedicated officer starting her career at TRPD as a Police Explorer at the age of 14, attending school at LTC, working her way up as a Community Service Officer and eventually becoming a full time police officer where she serves as a Crime Prevention Officer, Field Training Officer, Honor Guard Member and a Cadet program advisor.

In addition to thanking Officer Propson for her outstanding service in 2018 we'd like to also thank the Kiwanis club for their continued support for this annual event and the Two Rivers Neshotah foundation for their generous donation of $500 to the DARE program.

Police Week 2019
05/16/2019

Police Week 2019

In honor of National Peace Officer Memorial Day on May 15th and this week being National Police Week we conducted variou...
05/16/2019

In honor of National Peace Officer Memorial Day on May 15th and this week being National Police Week we conducted various ceremonies and presentations in Two Rivers and Manitowoc. We visited three of our schools, the 22nd St. Law Enforcement Memorial Bridge where we conducted a wreath laying ceremony and finally a joint ceremony with all law enforcement agencies in Manitowoc County at the Courthouse memorial in memory of the officers that lost their lives in the service of their community. We want to thank our community for their continued support and partnerships. It is through this support that we create a safer community for everyone.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Appleton Fire Department and the Appleton Police Department.
05/16/2019

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Appleton Fire Department and the Appleton Police Department.

05/15/2019
Photos from Two Rivers Police Department's post
05/13/2019

Photos from Two Rivers Police Department's post

Two Rivers Police Department's cover photo
05/13/2019

Two Rivers Police Department's cover photo

Peace Officer Memorial in Madison at the Capitol, May 10th, 2019.  Lt. Raatz rendering a salute with two Green Bay PD of...
05/13/2019

Peace Officer Memorial in Madison at the Capitol, May 10th, 2019. Lt. Raatz rendering a salute with two Green Bay PD officers.

We have a new permanent Drug Dropbox thanks to the Manitowoc County Recycling Center! The dropbox is located in City Hal...
05/06/2019

We have a new permanent Drug Dropbox thanks to the Manitowoc County Recycling Center! The dropbox is located in City Hall by the Police Department entrance. Lobby hours are 8am-4:30pm M-F.
*remember to remove pills from the original container and put them in a sealed “Ziplock” style bag before placing items in the drug drop box. Empty pill containers should placed in your home recycling or trash. Liquid, powder, and cream medications should remain in the original bottles with caps tightened. No needles.
For more info:
Http://www.co.manitowoc.wi.us/departments/recycling-center/drug-disposal/

Thank You to all those you have chosen to help others!
05/06/2019

Thank You to all those you have chosen to help others!

04/29/2019
Happy Administrative Professionals Day!  Our police department's awesome secretarial staff are such an integral part of ...
04/24/2019

Happy Administrative Professionals Day! Our police department's awesome secretarial staff are such an integral part of our operation and certainly don't get the credit they deserve. They are the "unseen" staff that help us accomplish our mission on a day to day basis. Thank you for all you do ladies!

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)
04/24/2019

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.)

Sometimes a photo says a million things. This one...wow! Love to this sweet boy. Your father is proud of you, kid.

Our officers have numerous citizen contacts and handle a variety of calls during their shifts. There are some that defin...
04/22/2019

Our officers have numerous citizen contacts and handle a variety of calls during their shifts. There are some that definitely make us smile. Here Officer Culligan had an opportunity make contact with a young driver, imparting his many years of wisdom to him. (Thanks for the pic!)

Cool City Crime Prevention Committee
04/15/2019

Cool City Crime Prevention Committee

Join us this Saturday at Neshotah park at 10 a.m. before the Optimist Easter egg hunt. We will be providing safe child id's and a chance to win an Easter basket of goodies!

Green Bay Police Department
04/08/2019

Green Bay Police Department

Here is the Latest Update from the Animal Referral Center.

K9 Officer Pyro presented to the Animal Referral Center Green Bay Campus after sustaining three knife wound injuries to the neck. K9 Pyro had received wound care in the field by police officers and his handler at the scene, and was transported for emergency care to the Green Bay Center on 4/8/2019.

Pyro was then transported to the Animal Referral Center Appleton Campus where he was further treated by Dr. Lisa Peters and Dr. Susan Leonard, two veterinary critical care specialists and their support team. The determined that K9 Pyro required emergency surgery to repair his life threatening injuries. Dr. Ryan Demianiuk performed surgery to repair multiple soft tissue injuries to his neck and esophagus. Pyro received blood and plasma transfusions and a temporary tracheotomy. K9 Officer Pyro was in recovery this morning and unfortunately did suffer a complication of a twisted stomach also called a GDV. He was taken back into surgery and this was repaired.

Pyro is now in recovery in the Intensive Care Unit at the Animal Referral Center where he is getting 24 hour specialty care. He was able to stand briefly as he was coming out of anesthesia as shown in the attached photo. He is listed in critical but stable condition.

Green Bay Police Department
04/08/2019

Green Bay Police Department

Good Morning Titletown. Please keep our K-9 Officer Pyro in your thoughts and prayers today. He is continuing to receive medical treatment for the injuries he suffered last night in the valiant performance of his duties.

Press Release
04/04/2019

Press Release

NEEDLE SAFETY- Unfortunately with our nation's current drug epidemic we often get calls concerning used needles being fo...
03/28/2019

NEEDLE SAFETY- Unfortunately with our nation's current drug epidemic we often get calls concerning used needles being found in our community. These needles can be extremely dangerous and may contain harmful or even deadly substances. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO HANDLE THEM. Keep children and pets away from them and contact our department at (920)686-7200 to dispose of them. Thanks for your help in keeping our community safe!

Two Rivers Launches Public Art Initiative
03/21/2019
Two Rivers Launches Public Art Initiative

Two Rivers Launches Public Art Initiative

Local artist looking for exposure will have a new opportunity to showcase their talents in Two Rivers this yea...

Two Rivers Police Department
03/19/2019

Two Rivers Police Department

With warmer weather on its way we have already had several car entries reported as criminals once again are out and abou...
03/19/2019

With warmer weather on its way we have already had several car entries reported as criminals once again are out and about committing crimes of opportunity. Here are some reminders again in an effort to keep our citizens safe and their valuables secure-
1) Lock the doors to your vehicles! This will deter the majority of any potential thefts.
2) Vehicles should not have valuables left in them, or the keys ,overnight and should never be visible from outside the vehicle if present.
3) Lock your garage doors and the doors to your residence.
4) Don't leave purses, wallets, or other items in plain view
5) Use effective lighting to deter would be thieves
6) If you see suspicious individuals or activities in your neighborhood report it immediately to us. Reporting these suspicious individuals or incidents the next day, while useful, is generally not as effective in preventing or solving crimes.
7) Use (920) 686-7200 to report crimes or suspicious activity as our FB page is not monitored 24/7.

If you see something...say something!

If you have been the victim of a crime or feel someone may have entered your home or vehicle, even if nothing appears to have been taken, please contact us. Thank you.
(920) 686-7200

03/18/2019

Effective today, 03-18-19, the winter parking ban has been lifted.

Two Rivers, WI, City Hall
03/14/2019

Two Rivers, WI, City Hall

WINTER PARKING BAN EXTENDED FOR ONE WEEK

The City's winter ban on overnight on-street parking (between the hours of 1:00 AM and 6:00 AM) is being extended for one additional week.

The ban will now expire at 6:00 AM on Friday, March 22.

The parking ban is being extended because many streets are still narrowed by large snowbanks. With the recent break in the weather, Public Works crews are making great progress widening streets and clearing corners at intersections. This work makes it safer for both vehicular traffic and on-street parking.

The City appreciates residents’ cooperation for one more week, as Winter loosens its grip on our area.

We received a nice surprise from representatives from the Two Rivers High School Future Business Leaders of America orga...
02/21/2019

We received a nice surprise from representatives from the Two Rivers High School Future Business Leaders of America organization who stopped in to say "thank you" to the Police Department for holding a self defense class organized by Officer Klumpyan and Officer Zipperer who weren't available for the photo unfortunately. TRHS FBLA Representatives brought in some treats and an awesome signed banner to show their support that we now have hanging in our briefing room. Thanks!

The Two Rivers Police Department sends it's thoughts and prayers to the Milwaukee Police Department and their families a...
02/06/2019

The Two Rivers Police Department sends it's thoughts and prayers to the Milwaukee Police Department and their families as one of their officers was shot and killed today in the line of duty. This is a tragic day for law enforcement and we join the Milwaukee Police in mourning their loss.

Now that the brutal temperatures are coming to an end, city snow plows will be out again attempting to get things cleane...
02/01/2019

Now that the brutal temperatures are coming to an end, city snow plows will be out again attempting to get things cleaned up. Be aware of the space they need as we try to avoid any unnecessary accidents and keep everyone safe!

As a reminder from the WI State Statutes-

-Keep your distance from the trucks as they plow if you are behind them. Vehicles must maintain at least 200 ft of distance in areas where the speed is posted over 35 mph and 75 ft of distance where the speed limit is posted 35 or less mph.

-If a snowplow is utilizing its lights and is at an intersection removing snow, vehicles approaching from the rear of the plow must stop no less than 20 ft from the plow and remain stopped until the plow resumes motion.

Be safe out there everyone. Thanks!

Shellie Kappelman
02/01/2019

Shellie Kappelman

Two Rivers Parks and Recreation Dept.
01/30/2019

Two Rivers Parks and Recreation Dept.

WE ARE OPEN! Nothing going on in the building today, but we are open as a place to come gather and stay warm. Please stop by the front desk! Coffee is hot! We will be extending our hours again tonight for those in need. If you need a warm place to spend the night, please, PLEASE, stop in before 10pm so we can get you situated for the evening.

Manitowoc County Emergency Services Division
01/29/2019

Manitowoc County Emergency Services Division

The Senior Centers in both Manitowoc and Two Rivers will be open until 10pm and overnight if necessary on Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday night for individuals in need of an emergency shelter from the extreme cold.

01/29/2019
Two Rivers Senior Center

Two Rivers Senior Center

Stay safe my friends! This cold weather will be no joke!

Sharing from Heating Company Owner:

Monday night through Thursday we all will experience temperatures and wind chills that our homes' heating systems are NOT designed for. -20 to -30-degree temperatures with wind chills into -40 and up to -50+.

Newer homes will struggle to maintain temperature and older homes will NOT maintain temperature and the temperature WILL drop while the heating system is working at full capacity.

1. Please raise the temperature in your home on Monday, 2 to 4 degrees above your normal setting.
2. Take all programmable thermostats out of setback mode and set on a permanent HOLD.
3. If you have a furnace; replace the filter.
4. Keep garage doors closed as much as possible.
5. Limit opening exterior doors.
6. Make sure air vents and radiators are not blocked or obstructed.
7. If you have a 90%+ furnace and boiler: You must keep the intake and exhaust clear of ice and snow. During these cold temperatures, ice can build up. A 90%+ furnace and boiler have 2 white PVC pipes; an exhaust pipe and an intake pipe that are generally on the side or back of your home. In some instances, they are on your roof, do NOT go on your roof to clear the pipe.

If the temperature in your home is dropping and your radiators are HOT with boiler systems or you have HOT air coming out of your vents with furnaces DO NOT PANIC. Please make sure that your heating system continues to operate.

If the temperatures drop in your home, it will not be able to recover until temperatures rise and the windchill diminishes. Our heating systems cannot overcome temperatures -20 to -30 with wind chill up to -50+. They are sized to operate at 0 degrees outdoor. Put your thermostat on hold 70 degrees or higher.

To help minimize temperature loss you can boil water, make soup, or stews; they help introduce humidity and warmer temperatures into your home. DO NOT USE YOUR OVEN or a GRILL TO HEAT YOUR HOME. Please check on neighbors and elderly residents during these extreme temperatures. Stay warm and safe this week and share this email with any of your family and friends.

Two Rivers, WI, City Hall
01/28/2019

Two Rivers, WI, City Hall

THANK YOU, TWO RIVERS SNOW WARRIORS!

Great job by the City's Public Works and Parks crews,keeping our streets safe and traffic flowing.

And thanks to ALL of our employees who trekked through the snow to work today.

'Takes more than a little snow and cold to stop this town!

01/24/2019

Attempt to locate owner-
We are attempting to find the owner of a men's ring found at Neshotah Park in the playground this last fall.

We were in the process of going through some older found property and this particular item stood out. We'd like to see if we can locate the owner. If you believe it's yours please contact Clerk Pritzl during business hours at (920)793-1191 to provide a description. Thank you.

Officer Bobby Strandt was sworn in as a new full time officer on Monday Jan 21st, 2019. Officer Strandt formerly worked ...
01/22/2019

Officer Bobby Strandt was sworn in as a new full time officer on Monday Jan 21st, 2019. Officer Strandt formerly worked as a police officer for the City of Muskego and Fort Atkinson. Welcome to the team Officer Strandt!

01/20/2019
01/18/2019
01/18/2019

All areas have been cleared and are safe. We will be posting a press release shortly.

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