Police

Police Department

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Robert Malasuk

Chief of Police

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Greendale Safety Center
5911 West Grange Avenue
Greendale, WI 53129
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Telephone: (414) 423-2121

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The Greendale Police Department is located in Southwestern Milwaukee County. We patrol 5.5 square miles of jurisdiction, 87 miles of roads serving approximately 15,000 residents as well as the citizens that visit the largest shopping center in the State of Wisconsin.

The Greendale Police Department is comprised of 29 Sworn Officers, 8 full time Dispatchers, Administrative and Transcription personnel, Special Service Officer, volunteer Auxiliary Officers, and School Crossing Guards.

The Greendale Police Department strives to serve the community's needs. We are continually looking for ways to improve our service, expand community orientated policing programs to better serve and protect the people that live and visit our community.

We provide protection and service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with our Administration Division, Patrol Division, Detective Bureau, Juvenile Bureau, SWAT, School Liaison, Community Policing, Bailiffs for Municipal Court and Block Watches. 

Community Policing
Community Policing is a management approach that promotes community, government, business and police partnerships; proactive problem solving; and community engagement to address the cause of crime, fear of crime and other community issues. Community Policing is based on the theory that the prevention of crime is the responsibility of the entire community.

A main objective of the Greendale Police Department is to promote citizen safety by encouraging a teamwork attitude with elected officials, civic organizations and local business owners. By reaching out to offer our partnership and services, we share in their successes, encouraging their participation in crime prevention efforts undertaken by the Police.

Mission Statement
The Greendale Police Department is committed to working with the community to solve problems and achieve positive outcomes. We recognize that a pro-active approach to crime prevention and crime reduction is the highest priority.
To achieve this, the Greendale Police Department will partner with the community to preserve peace, reduce fear, and make Greendale a safe place to live, work, shop and play.
We will provide the best law enforcement services and community policing services to our residents, public, and the business community.

Vision Statement
The members of the Greendale Police Department are committed to ensuring and enhancing the quality of life in the Village of Greendale. We will setting for nothing less than CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT!

We welcome your e-mails at greendalepd@greendalepolice.org.