Police Department

  • Chief Brian T. Reedy
  • Phone: 1-920-898-4241
  • FAX: 1-920-898-1504
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  • 2110 Washington Street
The New Holstein Police Department will safeguard freedom by preserving life and property, protecting the constitutional rights of all individuals and maintaining order.
To earn the respect of all individuals, by maintaining a knowledgeable, responsive, well-trained and accountable work force that discharges their duties and responsibilities with evidence of fairness, tolerance and equality.
To reduce the opportunity for the commission of crime by implementing effective crime prevention strategies, fully investigating crimes when they occur and expeditiously apprehending criminal offenders.
We will meet the present and future needs of the public through a continued partnership with our community.
A Message from the Chief of Police.....

Welcome to the city of New Holstein Police Department's web site page! We appreciate your interest, and encourage you to visit us often. This web site provides you with a variety of information on how our Department operates, its outstanding personnel, and community based programs. We hope that you'll find this information useful in getting to know us better. Our Police Department has 13 sworn officers and two civilian employees providing 24-hour police protection and service to the City of New Holstein. The members of our department are dedicated to making New Holstein the best it can be, and maintaining an active community partnership with the citizens and businesses. Technology, however, can never replace the value of you, the citizens; sharing information with your local police department and its officers. We understand that building, cultivating and maintaining the community's trust is the key element in crime reduction in our city. We are committed to reducing crime in our neighborhoods by targeting all areas of crime and community concerns. Our ultimate goal at the New Holstein Police Department is to improve the quality of life for all our citizens. Both the police and the citizens must work together to identify, prioritize, and solve community concerns. Strong connections between our Department and the citizens we serve have always been very important to us. We encourage and enjoy interactions with the community through such community programs as the Neighborhood Watch. We encourage citizens to offer suggestions on how we might provide better police services in the future. Please feel free to contact us with your concerns, interests, and suggestions. You can contact me at reedy.brian@ci.new-holstein.wi.us.

Sincerely Yours,
 
Brian T. Reedy
Chief of Police