Marshfield Police Department

110 West 1st Street
Marshfield, WI  54449

Outer Lobby:  24 X 7 with phone to Dispatch
(includes drop box for fines/tickets)
Inner Lobby:  Monday - Friday 7:30 - 4:30 PM
(includes pharmaceutical drop box)

Emergency:  911
Non-emergency Dispatch:  715-387-4394
Business Line: 715-384-3113
Fax Line:  715-384-0823


Chief of Police Rick Gramza

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School Bus Warning Lights - New State Regulation

As of August 16, 2016, Wisconsin Department of Transportation passed a new regulation that school buses in Wisconsin must have amber lights to alert that the bus is about to activate its flashing red warning lights while coming to a stop. 
To view the video, click on this link 


The Marshfield Professional Police Association (M.P.P.A.) honored Peace Officer Memorial Day with a ceremony at Beell Stadium on Sunday, May 15, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.   

The ceremony is the M.P.P.A.’s annual honoring of Fred A. Beell.  Beell was a Marshfield Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty while responding to a burglary at the Marshfield Brewery on August 5, 1933.  Beell was a professional wrestler and local hero long before he gave his life in protection of the Marshfield community.  

            This year’s service also included a reflection from Kristina Topness, wife of a Marshfield Police Officer, and the presentation of the department’s Employee of the Year Award to Lead Officer Travis Sherden.  

            Retired Officer Jim Cramm, retired Officer Jason Prickett, and retired Officer Jeff Cichantek will be presented with the department’s Service Award for their long and distinguished careers with the Marshfield Police Department. 

            Members of the community were invited to come and share with the M.P.P.A. in honoring Beell and a reception followed. The M.P.P.A. is a benevolent organization made up of members of the City of Marshfield Police Department.

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William W. Pavlekovich  10/2/1965  Release Date 11/17/2015  50  Years of Age  White Male
5'09"  185 pounds  Shaved Head   Hazel eyes
204 West 14th Street - extended supervision with DOC (GPS  monitoring for life)

Pursuant to WI State Statute 301.46(2m), the  Marshfield Police Department is authorized to inform the public about a  convicted sex offender release in to our community.  Mr. Pavlekovich has  been convicted of multiple sex offenses.  His criminal history places him  in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend.

Mr.  Pavlekovich has served the sentence imposed on him by the courts.  He is  NOT wanted by the police at this time.  This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer  public.

Mr. Pavlekovich has been convicted of First Degree Sexual Assault  of a Child (2000), Fourth Degree Sexual Assault (2005), Second Degree Sexual  Assault of a Child (2012), and Exposing a Child to Harmful Materials  (2012).  His victims were a 12 year old male (2000), an adult male (2005),  and a 14 year old male (2012), all who were known to him.

To register for  email notifications regarding registrants moving to your area:  Wisconsin  Sex Offender Registry site:  WWW.WIDOCOFFENDERS.ORG

Pet Licensing
Cost: $8 per dog (neutered/spayed)
$6 per cat (neutered/spayed)
$16 per dog (unneutered/unspayed)
$12 per cat (unneutered/unspayed)
City Treasurer's Office  5th Floor/City Hall  630 S Central Avenue

Crash Report access: go to: BUYCRASH.COM or you may stop at our department M-F 0730-430pm (crash report copy will cost you $2.00).

Free Bicycle Registration

During the course of the year, the police department recovers numerous abandoned and stolen bicycles.  If the bicycle is registered, owners can be located and bicycles returned.  To protect your property and as a public service, beginning in 2014, bike licenses will be provided to you at no cost.  You may register your bike at the Marshfield Police Department Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. 

Basic bike information required on the registration form includes:
Serial number
Frame color and size
Number of speeds

Police Auction Change

The Marshfield Police Department effective immediately, will no longer have just a single annual police auction.  See Police Auction Online for all the details.   

Prescription Drug Drop off

  • The PD is a 24/7 drop off point for prescription drugs.  For more information click here or click here for a bookmark reminder.

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