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Missing Adult-Silver Alert Canceled.

Missing Adult-Silver Alert Canceled. Kathleen Pantzer has been located SAFE in Onalaska by a concerned citizen who seen her walking and contacted Onalaska Police. Thanks for the help. Missing Adult-Silver Alert has been canceled.

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Missing Adult-Silver Alert

Missing Adult-Silver Alert The La Crosse Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a dementia patient that walked away from Benedictine Manor Nursing Home at 2904 East Ave. So. in La Crosse (Kathleen “Kathy” B. Pantzer 09/09/1941). Kathy walked away from the nursing home at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon and was last seen […]

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IRS Scammers Targeting La Crosse Area

The La Crosse Police Department would like to warn area residents that phone scammers are continuing to make fake Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collections calls.  The fake IRS collection agents, using both “live” and “robo-calls”, are demanding that the victim make an immediate payment on an overdue tax bill.  They demand personal details or banking information, and then they threaten […]

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Three Juveniles Apprehended in north side Shopko Burglary

   On 01/14/16 the La Crosse Police Department Investigation Bureau apprehended three Male Juveniles for the Burglary at the north side Shopko (2400 Rose Street) that took place at approximately 12:30 a.m. on Sunday morning 01/10/16. Three juveniles had smashed an exterior window and then gained entry to the store and stole various items. With the help of surveillance video […]

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Chief Tischer’s Statement Regarding Investigation

Today, the results of an internal investigation into claims made by Officer Nathan Poke against the City of La Crosse Police Department have been released by the Mayor’s Office. The La Crosse Police Department fully cooperated with the investigation.  We, as an agency, always look for ways to improve transparency and hold ourselves accountable.  The […]

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Thank You for Your Support

As we approach the holidays and the new year, the La Crosse Police Department would like to take a moment to reflect on the overwhelming support of our Community Policing programs, especially the relatively new Neighborhood Resource Officer program. In 2014, with a first-ever, public-private collaboration, we were able to add four (4) sworn officer positions to […]

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Thank You Veterans

The La Crosse Police Department would like to thank the men and women of the United States Armed Forces for their service to our country, including the sixteen members of the Police Department who have served or are currently serving: Andrew Adey – U.S. Army Guard Jerrad Crouch – U.S. Army Dustin Darling – U.S. […]

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IRS Scam Alert

The La Crosse Police Department would like to warn area residents that phone scammers are continuing to make fake Internal Revenue Service (IRS) collections calls.  The fake IRS collection agents, using both “live” and “robo-calls”, are demanding that the victim make an immediate payment on an overdue tax bill.  They demand personal details or banking information, and then they threaten […]

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LCPD Officer Whitney Hughes Receives Award

Please join us in congratulating La Crosse Police Officer Whitney Hughes who was recently recognized by the La Crosse Area Domestic Abuse/Sexual Assault Task Force for her service to our community. Officer Hughes was presented with the “Law Enforcement Award” at the annual Domestic Abuse Sexual Assault Recognition Banquet held Thursday, October 29th. The La […]

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Alternate Side Parking Starts Nov. 1st

Starting Sunday morning, November 1st, at 1:00AM, alternate side parking goes into effect in the City of La Crosse and lasts until April 1, 2016.  The ordinance reads as follows: 44-107 Night Parking Alternate Sides of Street – Between 1:00AM and 6:00AM, from November 1 to April 1, vehicles shall be parked only on even-numbered sides of the […]

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