Police Department

Brooklyn Police Department

The Brooklyn Police Department is comprised of a full-time Police Chief, and part-time Patrol Officers and one part-time Clerical Staff member. The Police Department is located in the Community Building on the second floor. Due to part-time staffing, Police Patrol and other typical law enforcement services are limited. 

Citizens of the Village of Brooklyn are encouraged to contact us so that we may respond to take a report and/or provide assistance.  In those instances that are not time sensitive or an emergency feel free to call and leave a voice message or send an e-mail and we will contact you.  If the situation is urgent or an emergency, you are encouraged to call 911 so that law enforcement from either Dane County Sheriff’s Department or Green County Sheriff’s Department may respond in a timely manner.   

Wade photo (2)

Wade R. Engelhart
Chief of Police
Brooklyn Police Department

Please dial 911 for all emergencies

Brooklyn Police Department
102 N. Rutland Av.
Brooklyn, WI 53521-0189
608-455-2131 (non-emergency)
608-455-1799 (fax)
[email protected]

Officer Kosharek volunteering with the Community Ed Rescue kids classes.

rescue kids 2018

Brooklyn Daisy Troop 7406 - "We earned the Respect Authority petal at our last meeting. We talked about those of authority and decided our Brooklyn Police Officer deserved some much needed 'thanks for risking your life for ours,' 'thanks for keeping us safe,' 'thanks for saving lives,' 'thanks for your protection,' 'thanks for your service.'   And thank you for the photo to put in their Daisy year end scrapbooks!!!"

 Worthless Checks

The Village of Brooklyn, through correct procedures by the Brooklyn Police Department and its Merchants pursues enforcement actions enforcing the Village of Brooklyn’s ordinance against worthless check violators. Click here for our worthless check policy and procedure.



The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network (WCAN) is a statewide program that links law enforcement agencies with the business community and the public in a partnership to fight crime.  WCAN is a highly effective program which can help prevent crime and aid in the apprehension of criminals.

WCAN allows law enforcement agencies to send out crime alert bulletins rapidly, to the business community and to the general public, whenever a crime or suspect may affect citizens of their businesses. WCAN provides a rapid, cost-effective means of communication between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve.

For more details on Wisconsin Crime Alert Network, click here or on the logo above.