The Seymour Police Department is comprised of six full-time officers, budgeted for six part-time officers and two part-time Records-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 12 hour shifts.
The patrol division is the backbone and most visible part of a law enforcement agency. Patrol is responsible for responding to calls for service from the public, including a rapid response to emergency situations. Some examples of a call for service include traffic crash's, reports of criminal activity, city ordinance violations, domestic violence, general complaints, traffic complaints, property disputes, suspicious persons, medical assistance, and many other social issues. Additionally, traffic enforcement and preventive patrols are vital parts of patrol's responsibility. Traffic problems are an important issue being addressed by law enforcement today. This is mainly due to the large number of traffic fatalities, injuries, and the ever-increasing volume of traffic on our public streets and highways in the United States. Current Department of Transportation DOT statistics indicate that approximately 12,000 vehicles pass through Seymour weekly. Preventive and highly visible patrol vehicles are instrumental in crime control and providing police services. The marked patrol unit provides accessibility by the public to law enforcement personnel and a rapid response to emergency situations. The patrol division provides traffic enforcement and responds to approximately 3,100 calls for service a year.
The department currently has 6 Full-time Officers including the Chief of Police and School Liaison Officer. The Department also has currently 5 part-time officers. There are NO vacant part-time positions.
- Chief Richard A Buntrock #840
Chief of Police
- Isaac Schultz #841
Field Supervisor-Sergeant-Investigations-Field Training
- TJ Hilgenberg #842
School Liaison/Bike Patrol/ICAC Investigator
- Brett Stauber #843
Officer/Bike Patrol/Socail Media/ Audio-Video Evidence Management
- Seth Tobison # 845
- Jason Schmitz #844
Officer/Audio-Video Evidence Management
- Trace Paulson, #853
- Eric Paulowski #859
- Tom Van Horn #857
- David Vander Bloomen #854
- John Fuller #855
- Tammy Engle Full-time
- Sandy Struble Full-time
- Phil Engle Full-time
- Cheryl Ingalls Substitute
- Diana Wears Substitute
- Sandra Segersin Substitute
- Brenda Salaj Substitute
- Christy Stover-Administrative Assistant
- Kelsey Vander Bloomen Records Clerk Assistant
- Brian Schroeder
- James Kroncke
- Patrick Amerson
- Paula Deike
Our Department has one marked Ford Crown Victoria assigned to the school liaison and special event services, and two marked squad Ford Interceptor SUV's that are assigned to patrol that are equipped with the following equipment:
Panasonic Tuff Book Mobile Data Computers linked with Outagamie County Dispatch
Moving/Stationary and Laser Radar units
LED Light Bars
AR-15 Assault Rifle
Less Lethal Shot Gun (Equipped with bean bag rounds)
Emergency Medical bag with an AED
Citation Printer ( State "TRACS" Citation and Motor Vehicle Accident Reporting Program)
Motorola Mobile and Portable radios
Ford Crown Victoria Squad Car
Ford Explorer Interceptor
The Seymour Police Department recently purchased a New Speed Board Trailer. The Trailer was custom built and fitted for the Seymour Police Department. The Speed board will be placed in areas were we are having problems with vehicles speeding. If you have a problem with speeding vehicles in your neighborhood please contact us!
The Seymour Police Department now has the ability to comprise an eye witness account of our calls for service. The Police Department has implemented the VIEVU wearable video camera system effective Friday October 30, 2009. VIEVU has allowed the recording of audio and video of both the officer and the citizen he/she has contact with. VIEVU is very noticeable when it is recording. When the camera is in the operational mode VIEVU will display a florescent green background depicting the camera lens as demonstrated in the attached photograph worn by Officer.
This will inform the citizen that the unit is in the recording mode. The VIEVU camera system will convey major benefits to the Department and the community. First and foremost, this equipment will provide enhanced transparency for the Department. It leaves no room for question because it will encapsulate an exact playback of what occurred on the call for service. VIEVU will also be used as valuable training tool for the education of department personnel. This system has been supported with a solid policy.
This equipment can be viewed at http://www.vievu.com/
Support Services Trailer
In Partnership with the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department , the Seymour Police Department provides bicycles for bicycle safety education.
Annually our Officers provide the 3rd grade Rockledge Intermediate children with bicycle safety education. Furthermore, to reinforce this education we provide annual "Safety Day's" bike safety education.
The department currently has 6 Full-time Officers including the Chief of Police and School Liaison Officer. The Department also has currently 5 part-time officers.