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The Seymour Police Department is comprised of six full-time officers, budgeted for six part-time officers and two part-time administrative assistant's. Including the Chief of Police, a Field Supervisor, and a School Liaison Officer with the Seymour Community School District. We have 4 full-time officers that are assigned to patrol covering the city 24 hours a day 365 days a year on different shifts.

Our office hours are from 8 AM to 4 PM. Emergencies should be reported to 911. Non-emergencies during office hours should be called in to 833-2366. After office hours the non-emergency calls to 833-2366 will be transferred to the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch Center and forwarded to the officer on duty.

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A philosophy balancing traditional and innovative policing methods.

Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response Team

Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response Team, Inc. is currently seeking to fill the position of Executive Director. The Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response (VCR) Team is a program comprised of dedicated and trained volunteers who assist local law enforcement agencies in responding to the immediate needs of victims of crime and members of the community in crisis. The goal of the VCR program is to ensure victims are treated with dignity, respect, fairness, compassion, courtesy and sensitivity. SEE OUR NEWS/PRESS RELEASE PAGE!!

Posted Nov. 15, 2017

Seymour Police Canine Fund Rasing Initiative

The Seymour Police Department is starting the process to fund raise for a K-9 Unit. Our new K-9 links are on the Home Page. Go to the links section for our K-9 Donation Form!

Posted Mar. 9, 2016
Seymour Police K9 Funding Initiative

The City of Seymour Police Department has fund raised $90,000.00 for our Canine Initiative. We will continue to fund raise for sustainability of this program.