Police Department

Brooklyn Police Department

The Brooklyn Police Department is located at 102 N. Rutland Avenue.  The Village of Brooklyn currently contracts with the Dane County Sheriff's Office for law enforcement services.  One deputy is assigned to work full-time in the Village.  Deputy Merrick Grumke is our assigned deputy.

For emergencies please call 9-1-1.   For non-emergencies contact Dane County Dispatch at 608-255-2345.    After hours calls for service will be handled by either the Dane County Sheriff's Office or Green County Sheriff's Office.

Dane County Sheriff's Office

Complaint/Compliment form

Village of Brooklyn Police Department
102 N. Rutland Avenue
P.O. Box 189
Brooklyn, WI  53521
Office:  608-255-2345 (non-emergency)
Fax: 608-455-1799

[email protected]

 Worthless Checks

The Village of Brooklyn, through correct procedures by the Brooklyn Police Department and its Merchants pursues enforcement actions enforcing the Village of Brooklyn’s ordinance against worthless check violators.

 

     PROTECTING OUR COMMUNITIES

The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network (WCAN) is a statewide program that links law enforcement agencies with the business community and the public in a partnership to fight crime.  WCAN is a highly effective program which can help prevent crime and aid in the apprehension of criminals.

WHAT IS WISCONSIN CRIME ALERT?
WCAN allows law enforcement agencies to send out crime alert bulletins rapidly, to the business community and to the general public, whenever a crime or suspect may affect citizens of their businesses. WCAN provides a rapid, cost-effective means of communication between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve.

For more details on Wisconsin Crime Alert Network, click here or on the logo above.