W359N6812 BROWN ST. OCONOMOWOC, WI 53066

It is with great sadness that the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department announces the passing of Sgt. Rob Wiercyski.  Sgt. Wiercyski passed away at his home on Tuesday, November 28, 2017.

Sgt. Wiercyski was hired as a full time police officer with the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department on November 20, 2001 and was promoted to Sergeant on July 2, 2012.

Sgt. Wiercyski is survived by his wife, three children, three step-children and one grandson.

Sgt. Wiercyski will be greatly missed by our Department.  #2049 We'll take it from here.


Crime Prevention


Safewise & ValuePenguin have just published a study which found that the Town of Oconomowoc was the Safest Town in Wisconsin for the 3rd year in a row! Congratulations and thank you to all of our residents for making this possible! The ranking is based on a variety of crime metrics we sourced from the FBI across 132 WI cities & towns.

Here's how Oconomowoc Town ranks amongst the Safest Places in WI among our factor categories (1 = Best, 66= Average):

1st - Small Town Rank (Pop. 5-10K)
1st - Overall Safety Rank
1st - Violent Crime
1st - Property Crime

Here is the link to the full report :

http://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-wisconsin-2016/
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For the 2nd consecutive year the Town of Oconomowoc has been named the safest community in Wisconsin.  We want to thank all of our residents in contributing to this achievement.    We want to continue this great achievement and remind all residents to practice crime prevention in our great community. Even in the safest community crime can still occur.  Below are some safety tips for protecting your property so you don’t become a victim of a crime.   We encourage everyone to contact the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department to report anything suspicious in nature.   

PROTECTING YOUR HOME—

  • Always keep your doors and windows locked day and night.
  • Never leave your garage door open.
  • Don’t leave valuables visible through your windows. 
  • Don’t hide a key outside for visiting friends or relatives.
  • Always tell a trusted relative, friend, or neighbor you are going out of town and stop all newspaper and mail delivery.
  • Don’t post pictures of your vacation on social media until after you return home.
  • Always contact the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department to report anything suspicious. 24hr dispatch: 262-567-4401 or 911 for emergencies.


PROTECTING YOUR VEHICLE—

  •  Always lock your vehicle.
  • Never leave your keys in the vehicle.
  • Never leave valuables in plain view, such as wallets, purses, cash, phones, gps, ect..
  • Utilize and park in your garage if you have one.
  • Park in a well lit area.
  • Always contact the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department to report anything suspicious. 24hr dispatch: 262-567-4401 or 911 for emergencies.

QUICK LINKS

1.800.222.TIPS

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