First Responders from Sun Prairie received on-field recognition at the Reebok CrossFit Games on Friday, August 3.
New Officer Swearing In Ceremony
Chief Anhalt, Officer Rindo, Officer Hetrick, Officer Hadji, Officer Webster, Officer Lingle, Officer Garcia
2017 Officer of the Year and Employee of the Year
Officer Cathleen Messenger and Community Service Officer Cody Ennis
Some of Sun Prairie's finest were on hand to welcome Bucky on Parade!
Chief Anhalt, Officer Zachary Bolling, and Mayor Esser
Leadership in Police Organizations Graduation
Congratulations to Officers Joshua Hameister, Michelle Schultz, and Nolan Pickar, who recently graduated from Leadership in Police Organizations training. Assistant Chief Brian Teasdale and Lieutenant Kevin Konopacki were on hand to celebrate their huge accomplishment.
Focused Dog Training Donation 2017
The Sun Prairie Police Department would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to Jayson Fogle, a resident of Sun Prairie and owner of Focused Dog Training, for his continued support of our departments K9 program. Over the past year that K9 Lasko has been serving the community, Jayson has generously supported the program by providing equipment as well as financial donations. Thank you Jayson and Focused Dog Training for your support of our K9 program!
YMCA Volunteer Award & Community Partnership Award 2017
Officer Tommy Foy received the YMCA’s Volunteer Award for his efforts at the Northeast YMCA, efforts that included coaching youth sports and participating in the Friday Nights at the Y program. Chief Anhalt and Assistant Chief Faust also accepted the Community Partnership Award presented by the YMCA. This award was given to Sun Prairie Fire, EMS and Police as a result of their involvement in the Friday Nights at the Y program.
Sunshine Supper on the Road 2017
Sunshine Supper on the Road was held Wednesday, September 6, for residents of the Rolling Prairie neighborhood, Both the Sun Prairie Police Department and Fire Department assisted to make the night a huge success!
Halloween Spooktacular 2017
Halloween Spooktacular 2017
Justice For A Cure Potluck 2017
Spirit of Giving campaign 2017
Sun Prairie Police Department's Community Service Officer, Dennis Johnson, delivered three American Girl dolls to Bethlehem Lutheran Church's Pastor Charlie Brandt (a Chaplain with the police department), Joanne D'Alton, and Kris Risch for the church's participation in the Spirit of Giving campaign. The dolls had been donated to the police department for distribution by an individual that wished to remain anonymous. Three local girls will have a very merry Christmas as a result of this very generous donation. The Spirit of Giving campaign helps more than 1,200 Sun Prairie children in need have a brighter Christmas.
Thanksgiving with Sun Prairie Fire & EMS 2017
We’d like to extend a big thank you to Sun Prairie Fire & EMS for inviting the police department to join in the Thanksgiving feast!
Shop With A Cop 2017
The Sun Prairie Police Department held its 18th Annual “Shop with a Cop” event on Saturday, December 2. This is a community-based program, staffed by volunteers and funded entirely by donations, which assists specially selected elementary school students in shopping for their families at Christmas time, when they would not ordinarily be able to do so.
Sunshine Supper 2017
The City of Sun Prairie was well represented last night as we hosted another successful Sunshine Supper. We always look forward to participating in such a worthwhile community event. Thanks to everyon
Officer Wilkinson Awarded 2017 Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association Service Award.
The Sun Prairie Police Department is extremely proud to announce that Officer Jack Wilkinson was recently awarded the 2017 Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association Service Award.
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