Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Friday, October 6, 2017
Officer Brandon Shew participated in a 5K Run With Cops in Oshkosh on October 5th benefiting Special Olympics. A few hundred citizens and over 30 Law Enforcement agencies participated in this event. Over 40 squad cars lit up the night course and runners collected flashing red and blue goodies along the way. There was also a pit stop along the way where you could grab a donut. Great job to Officer Shew for placing in the top 20 and participating in such a great cause!
Monday, October 2, 2017
In the wake of the deadliest massacre in US history in Las Vegas this pasty Sunday, Sturgeon Bay Police Department's Captain Dan Brinkman will be presenting Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events.
This event will take place in the lower level of Sonny’s Pizzeria on Wednesday, October 4 from 5:00 – 6:30pm. This is a free presentation open to all members of the public. Citizens will learn valuable information on how to better survive and active shooter event.
The Sturgeon Bay Police Department would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the families that lost loved ones in the Las Vegas shooting and to those that were injured. To the citizens that assisted all First Responders and Emergency Room Personnel we commend your bravery.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Sturgeon Bay Police Officer Derek Jennerjohn and a Sunrise School student shared their story at the Big Brothers & Big Sisters Breakfast this week about the program including the expansion of Bigs in Blue or Brown. This program is a great way for Law Enforcement to work closely with the youth of Sturgeon Bay & Door County and build a trusting relationship with our youth!Big Brothers & Big Sisters program served 128 students in Door County in 2016 and serves so far 114 students in Door County in 2017 with a goal of reaching 135 students.
Thursday, September 14, 2017
The mornings are staying dark longer, as the evening light fades earlier. Everyone should be digging out as many reflectors, lights and flashing gadgets to light as much as possible on early morning and evening rides, runs and walks.
Whether it’s to see or be seen, we remind all outdoor exercise enthusiasts to be safe during this time of the year, and light up from head to toe!
Some simple tips include: using small blinkers, reflectors or supplementary lights on your bike, or body; wear reflective clothing; and abide by the rules of the road.
The Sturgeon Bay Police Department wants you to be safe as you get out there and enjoy this time of the year.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Give yourself extra time when traveling downtown this weekend. There will be road closures starting at 4:00 am Saturday, September 16th, on 3rd Avenue from Quincy to Jefferson Street. Michigan Street and Oregon Street will still be open for traffic. The roads are expected to be closed until late afternoon into early evening to allow for clean up.
The Harvest Festival will run from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and the Car Show from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Click on the following link for more information: http://www.sturgeonbay.net/events/special-events/harvest-fest-street-art-auction. Stop out and enjoy the festivities!