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Mailing Address: City of Hartford Police Department 109 North Main St. Hartford, WI 53027 Business & Non-Emergency Calls: (262) 673-2600 Fire & Rescue Non-Emergency Calls: (262) 673-8290
Letters of Appreciation:
In 2006, the Hartford Police Department started its own Police Explorer Post. The Explorer program is a branch of the Boy Scouts of America organization for young people age 14-21. The Explorer Program gives the participant an opportunity to learn about law enforcement from a different perspective, and assess it as a possible career choice. Explorer Posts can participate in multiple regional and national competitions. Hartford Explorers would compete with other Explorers at these events to demonstrate what they have learned about law enforcement in their respective programs. The Police Explorer Post will also assist our officers with traffic control at special events and parades. If you are interested in this program for yourself or your child please contact Sergeant Jim Zywicki at (262)673-2600.
Being the victim of a crime is a very disturbing experience. The purpose of this section is to share with you some of the rights you have as the victim of a criminal act. You have the right to have any recovered stolen property returned to you as quickly as possible when it is no longer needed for evidentiary purposes. You have the right to have restitution ordered by a court. It is important that you gather and keep accurate documentation about your losses. You have the right to provide a statement for consideration concerning the disposition of the offender. The following are several resources that are available to assist you as you deal with your incident:
Help for the Hartford Community During Hard Times
Programs for Pregnant Women and Infants
Divorce & Separation/Grief & Loss
Law Enforcement Tip Program:
The Hartford Police Department is a participant in the Washington County Law Enforcement Tip Program. This program enables citizens to provide information they have about criminal activity in their community. The caller can remain anonymous and information leading to arrests can result in a reward for the tipster. If you have information regarding a crime you can contact the
Law Enforcement Tip Program at (800) 232-0594
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