Crivitz Police Department
Troy Ugoretz, Police Chief firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Miller, Assistant Police Chief email@example.com Alan Leiser, Patrol Officer firstname.lastname@example.org Shawn Veriha, Patrol Officer email@example.com
Patrick Callahan, Patrol Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Nemetz, Patrol Officer email@example.com
Spencer Elias, Patrol Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact the Crivitz Police Department:
Non-Emergency: (715)927-4042 or (715)732-7600
Emergency Call: 911
About the Crivitz Police Department…
The Crivitz Police Department was created in 1992 and is located in the front of the Crivitz Village Hall, 800 Henriette Ave., Crivitz, WI. The department currently staffs a Police Chief, and Assistant Police Chief, and four part time patrol officers. When a local officer is not on duty, the Village is covered by the Marinette County Sheriff’s Department. Village officers are dispatched by the County Dispatch Center and may be requested by calling the non-emergency dispatch telephone number (715)732-7600, or in the event of an emergency, please dial 911.
Village of Crivitz Residents ~
Does your house have a number on it?
Run outside and check right now!
Police, Rescue and Fire emergency workers need to be able to see your house number to find you and if it’s not there, or if it’s obstructed by shrubs or anything else you could be delaying their response. We are very certain you don’t want to do that!
The Village of Crivitz actually requires all buildings to display black-on-white block-style numbers not less than 3-1/2″ high by 2-1/2″ wide. This is referred to as ‘uniform house numbering’, which is important to provide responders with a quick and easy view from the street and avoids difficulty finding addresses due to inconsistent number styles. It is also very important to display your apartment number on your actual apartment door.
Although GPS systems are used by most emergency responders, they can and do fail. Your physical house number will never fail.
Feel free to purchase and install your own house numbers using the parameters above, or contact the Village Hall at (715) 854-2030 for a free set of house numbers. Either way you choose, do it today!
OAA All-Hazards / Severe Weather Alert Radios Available to Marinette County Residents
With severe weather season upon us one of the best investments you can make for your personal safety at home or work is a NOAA All-Hazards Alert Radio, which is like a smoke alarm for severe weather. These radios are available for purchase by all Marinette County Residents from the Marinette County Emergency Management Department. The cost is 1/2 the retail price, or $22.68 – limit of one per household. Proof of residency is required, such as a driver’s license or other photo ID with current address. If you wish to purchase a radio please call the Emergency Management Department at (715)732-7660 to set a date and time to pick one up. Their office is located in the Law Enforcement Center in Marinette. If you bring 5 AA batteries with you they will even program the radio for you!
Marinette County Emergency Mass Notification System
Please click here to register and enter your contact information so you may be contacted in the event an emergency or natural disaster threatens the citizens of Marinette County. Your personal information will be protected and used only for emergency related communications.
NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF CRIVITZ RESIDENTS
EMERGENCY WARNING SIREN SYSTEM TESTING
EVERY FRIDAY AT 4:00PM
Do not ever dial 911 for information upon siren activation during siren testing or weather emergencies, unless you are in immediate need of police, fire or ambulance service. This causes unnecessary interruption of emergency services. In the event of a weather emergency residents should monitor a NOAA weather radio, or if power service is intact, a radio station, television station or the village website for information. In the event of a weather emergency the Village of Crivitz will make every attempt to disseminate information to the public.
All residents are encouraged to read the full Emergency Warning Siren System policy. Copies are available at the Clerk’s office or by download the PDF below: