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Please see the Kenosha Police Department's new public service announcement on Stranger Safety. Watch the video, then talk to your children. KPD Cares!
Kenosha Police Department Chief John W. Morrissey has released the 2012 Annual Report. After you review the 2012 report, past reports dating back to 2008 are also available to you for viewing.
Please visit this page to review videos and documents that were presented to the Police and Fire Commission on February 19, 2013. The officer involved was exonerated of any wrong doing.
To view Wisconsin's Concealed Carry Law, click here
On behalf of Mayor Keith Bosman, City Administrator Frank Pacetti the men and women of the Kenosha Police Department, myself and your fellow citizens of Kenosha. I want to thank you for getting involved in your community. Crime prevention is a community wide issue and your dedication and commitment will make Kenosha one of the safest and best places to live and work.
If you go away for an evening, make sure house exterior doors and windows are locked. Even if you're only gone for a few minutes. Turn on lights and a radio or television so your house or apartment appears occupied.
Going away for a few days? Place automatic lights on some interior lights and entertainment items. Have a neighbor or a family member watch your house, pick up mail, and newspapers. Make your house appear occupied.
Ask for identification of those strangers soliciting for charitable donations. Fraudulent individuals may try to take advantage of your generosity. Question how donated funds are used, if contributions are tax deductible, etc. If you are not satisfied with the answers, don't donate.
Mark valuable items with a unique identification number and record serial numbers.
Don't leave boxes from large purchase items, (TV's, VCR's, computers, etc.) out on the curb for pick up. Break boxes down and hide descriptive markings.