Recent Crime

Updated December 10, 2017  at 4:00 PM

Incidents listed will be kept on this page for approximately 14 days

The Whitefish Bay Police Department has begun using Nixle.com to allow residents to sign up for text alerts sent out by the police department concerning threats to public safety (e.g. Robbery, Carjacking). The alerts may also be sent concerning missing persons and numerous property crimes (e.g. Burglary, Thefts). To sign up please follow the link below.


Recent Crime

ENTRY TO VEHICLE:

On December 1st at approximately 8:00 PM, a home surveillance camera captured several suspects enter an unlocked vehicle in the 5600 block of N. Bay Ridge Avenue.   

Sometime between December 1st at 11:00 PM and December 2nd at 10:00 AM, unknown persons entered an unlocked vehicle in the 5200 block of N. Lydell Avenue. 

Sometime between December 1st at 10:00 PM and December 2nd at 09:45 AM, unknown persons entered an unlocked vehicle in the 5600 block of N. Bay Ridge Avenue. 

THEFT:

On December 4, 2017 sometime after 2:00 PM, unknown person(s) stole a package from the front porch of a residence in the 4700 block of N. Idlewild Avenue. 

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT:

On December 4, 2017 between 01:00 AM and 05:30 AM, a Dodge Stratus was taken from the 700 block of E. Henry Clay Street.  


Crime reports LogoCrimeReports is an interactive, web based service that will allow citizens to view the activity of the Whitefish Bay Police Department online. The service also allows users to create and receive alerts pertaining to activity that has taken place within the Village of Whitefish Bay as well as submit tips to police regarding criminal activity in the area. This service also has mobile applications for Apple and Android devices so users can access this information or submit tips from anywhere they have access to the internet.

The Police Department feels this tool will be a valuable resource to inform citizens of criminal activity and crime trends so that citizens can take the appropriate precautions to lessen their chances of becoming a crime victim. 

We encourage everyone to participate in CrimeReports.com so that we all can help ensure and enhance the quality of life in Whitefish Bay. Please visit CrimeReports to register or learn more information about this service.