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Please see the Kenosha Police Department's new public service announcement on Stranger Safety. Watch the video, then talk to your children. KPD Cares!
Kenosha Police Department Chief John W. Morrissey has released the 2012 Annual Report. After you review the 2012 report, past reports dating back to 2008 are also available to you for viewing.
Please visit this page to review videos and documents that were presented to the Police and Fire Commission on February 19, 2013. The officer involved was exonerated of any wrong doing.
To view Wisconsin's Concealed Carry Law, click here
Online Reporting may only be used for reporting property crimes or lost property that occured in the City of Kenosha. There can be no suspects who may have committed the crime being reported. The loss you have suffered as a result of the incident being reported must be less than $2,500.00. The crime you are reporting can not have resulted in any person suffering an injury, or loss of life. The crime can not involve the use of force, or the threat of the use of force of any kind.
If the crime you are reporting does not meet the critiria stated, you must report the crime at the Kenosha City/County Joint Service Front Counter, located in the Kenosha Public Safety Building, 1000 55th Street. You may also call dispatch at (262) 656-1234 to have a Police Officer report to your location in the City of Kenosha to report the crime.
Remember, making false or fraudulent police reports is a crime.
When you submit the completed Online Report, it will be received directly by the on duty Detective Bureau Supervisor. The Supervisor will attach an incident number to the report and return it to you. You will then be able to print the completed report for your records.
By using the Online Reporting, you are agreeing to the above statements and terms. To continue to the Online Reporting, click on "I AGREE" below.