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Citizen’s Complaints & Compliments

The Fox Crossing Police Department strives to maintain a positive relationship with the community and welcomes input either from a positive contact or a negative contact.  Your input is valuable and helps our agency maintain a better level of employee performance and service to the community.

A Citizen Complaint/Compliment form (FCPD-73) has been made available on this webpage for easy access.  All complaints will be investigated thoroughly by the Police Department Administration or Police Lieutenants and upon completion will be notified of the outcome of the investigation.

Filing a false complaint is a violation of §946.66 Wisconsin Statutes.  Whoever knowingly makes a false complaint regarding the conduct of a law enforcement officer is subject to a Class A forfeiture punishable by a fine up to $10,000.

Citizen Complaint/Compliment

Active Threat Mitigation

April 20, 1999, is a day that changed many lives in the United States. It was that day when two students entered Columbine High School in Colorado and began assassinating students at will. It was this event that brought school safety and police tactics back to the training table and dramatically changed the way schools and law enforcement operated. It also brought the term Active Shooter into our homes and vernacular. Since that day we have been witness to over 170 active shooter events in the United States, some at places one would never think of like schools, churches, movie theaters, and parks, and some in communities where “that stuff does not happen,” like Antigo, Weston, Oak Creek, and Menasha.

While there is no single, fool-proof method, there are several well-established security principles that can provide a strong foundation for mitigating and reducing these situations.

Annual Report

The Village of Fox Crossing Police Department annually publishes a report highlighting some of the accomplishments over the past year as well as reviewing the crime statistics and calls for service.

Nuisance Abatement

In an effort to reduce the number of repeat or chronic nuisance calls, we have developed the chronic nuisance program and ordinance. This effort focuses on education and cooperation with our property owners to maintain the high quality of life that we all value. This program was recognized as a finalist for the 2008 Sir Robert Peel award by the Wisconsin Association of Community Oriented Police. For more information on our program and ordinance as well as a copy of The Wisconsin Way, click on the links below.

Prescription Drug Abuse

The Fox Crossing Police Department spearheaded a coalition of law enforcement, pharmacists, citizens, educators and juvenile workers to combat the rise in prescription drug abuse and the crimes associated with this growing trend. As a result, a DVD/CD educational toolkit was developed which has been distributed across Wisconsin. For further information on this effort and this problem, click on the links below.

Virtual Block Watch

In an effort to increase communication with our residents, businesses and visitors, the Fox Crossing Police Department maintains a presence on the ever popular Facebook internet site. Become a fan and stay in tune with the latest happenings, crimes and scams and ways that we can protect ourselves and our property and remain crime-free! We also communicate weekly with our neighborhood watch groups and businesses via an email system. If you live or work in the Village of Fox Crossing and would like to be added to this list, please click the link below to send an email to the community liaison officer.


The WI Statewide VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender’s custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the WI Statewide VINE system is 888-868-4631. This service is provided to assist Victims of Crime who have a right to know about their offender’s custody status.

Crime Prevention

For more information on prevention related material, click on the links below.