Police Department

MISSON STATEMENT
The Prairie du Chien Police Department, together with citizens and other entities, will serve, protect, and educate our community in order to provide a safe and peaceful environment.
Core Values: PRIDE

Protect

Respect

Integrity

Duty

Empathy

* Location: 228 North Beaumont Road
* Hours: The Police Department provides law enforcement services to the City of Prairie du Chien 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
* Contacts: Emergency – 911 * Non-emergency – (608) 326-2421
* Administrative Assistant – (608) 326-4222 * Email – pschaufyager@prairieduchien-wi.gov
* Mail: 228 North Beaumont Road; Prairie du Chien, WI 53821
71 -Chief of Police Chad Abram
72 – Lieutenant Terry Sprosty
76 – Sergeant Kyle Teynor
86 – Detective Ashley Erickson
74 – Officer Gerald Tippery
89 – Officer Jeff Henry
75 – Officer Maxwell Erickson
84 – Officer Josh Hemmer
82 – Officer Tara Henry
81 – Officer Casey Cox and K9 Rico
87 – Officer Tony Berg
83 – Officer Jeremy Cliff
Adm. Asst./Officer Patricia Schauf Yager (Email)
Part-Time Employment: In order to more efficiently fulfill its mission, the Prairie du Chien Police
Department employs a number of part-time sworn police officers. These officers perform exactly the
same duties as their full-time counterparts and are subject to the same hiring and training standards.
Part-time officers are hired as agency needs dictate.
713 Breeser, Joseph D. – 716 Hackett, James L. 730 – 715 Wallin, Kurt D. – 725 Elizabeth LaHaie
Just around the corner is Alternate Side Parking ordinance and enforcement.
Winter parking notice
SUPPORT THE PRAIRIE DU CHIEN K9 NOW.  STOP BY OR CALL THE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO PURCHASE YOUR 2018 RAFFLE CALENDAR.  WINNERS SELECTED EVERYWEEK AND POSTED ON OUR THE PRAIRIE DU CHIEN POLICE K9 FACEBOOK PAGE.
Pictured after an informative Lunch with the Chief are kindergartners (from left) Nathan Helgerson, Ashton Landt, Westin Marx, Prairie du Chien Police Chief Chad Abram, Portor Kossman and Tegan DuCharme.
K9 Officer Casey Cox with partner K9 RicoK9 Officer Casey Cox with partner K9 Rico getting acclimated to his new surroundings after living in Toronto Canada for a year and a half.