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Dogs at Large Ordinance

Police Pointer…


In this month’s “Police Pointer” LMPD Officer Branden Cedarwall talks about the Lake Mills “Dog at Large” ordinance.  Please click on the link below to view. 




Night Out Press Release

June 14, 2016

Lake Mills Night Out Against Crime Focuses on Safety for Kids and Families

On Tuesday, June 21, 2016, members of the Lake Mills Police department would like to invite the community to join together in the annual “Lake Mills Night out against Crime” event.   Attendees will have the opportunity to view and experience the inside of police and fire vehicles, meet their local health and safety officers and watch UW Health’s Medflight helicopter land.  The event is planned at the Lake Mills High School lower parking lot from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

There will be ongoing demonstrations by the Lake Mills EMS, UW Health, Fort Health care and Watertown Regional Medical Center. Transport vehicles will be present from the Lake Mills EMS and CHETA (UW Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport Ambulance).  Custom Canine service academy will have their four-legged friends on hand for demonstrations and petting.  Also scheduled to appear are Bucky Badger, McGruff the Crime dog, Batman, Captain America and Dottie the Donor program mascot.

In addition to the demonstrations and mascots, there will be bike helmet fittings and giveaways sponsored by American Family insurance and TREK bicycle. We will have many booths offering free health and safety information, free games and activities for kids, and plenty of food and refreshments available for purchase from the Lake Mills EMS and Special Olympics. There will also be music provided by our local DJ, door prizes, raffles, and freebies to make the night memorable for everyone.  Jefferson County PADA (People Against Domestic Abuse) will have a “Stuff the Squad” promotion asking people to bring useful items such as grocery/gas/gift cards, canned foods, hygiene products, clothing and new or gently used toys to aid those suffering from domestic abuse.

The Lake Mills Police department celebrates it’s Night Out event in order to 1) heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, 2) Strengthen police-community partnerships, and 3) increase neighborhood safety awareness.

The Lake Mills Night Out Against Crime showcases the vital importance of police-community partnerships and citizen involvement in our fight to build a safer community.

For more information contact Officer Troy Oestreich at the Lake Mills Police Department at 920-648-3454 or toestreich@ci.lake-mills.wi.us .

2016 Lake Mills Night Out Against Crime

2016 LM night out