Community Policing

Although a major function of the police department is responding to calls for service and investigating those crimes that are committed, the Village of Fox Crossing Police Department also firmly believes in being actively involved in the community.

The police department also hosts several events each year focusing on our community relationships.  Each summer we join with other village departments, businesses and organizations for a safety night featuring many activities and demonstrations.  The police department is also proud to partner with the other village departments each winter to help escort Santa and his helpers through the streets of Village of Fox Crossing.

Summer Safety

Santa Float
Lip Sync Challenge

CrimeStoppers is a cooperative effort between law enforcement agencies, the business community, the news media, and the public, to provide law enforcement with information they need to solve crimes.
re:TH!NK is the Winnebago County Health Department’s Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Free Coalition. The police department partners in this coalition to combat the rising problem of substance abuse.
Special Olympics Wisconsin provides sports training and competition for nearly 10,000 athletes with cognitive disabilities in 18 different sports year-round. The police department annually participates in fund raising events such as Lock up a Cop and the Torch Run.
Neighborhood Watch has been active in the Village of Fox Crossing for the past 20 years. We presently have over 20 neighborhoods participating. These groups meet throughout the year in a variety of ways. In addition to neighborhood meetings, the police department sends regular email alerts to the participants.
The Community Liaison Officer serves on the board for the Wisconsin Crime Prevention Practitioners Association. This allows for the Village of Fox Crossing to have a voice on the state level and help to initiate new and innovative crime prevention techniques and bring those back to our community.