Request / Inspection
The Chief and Lieutenant are the records custodians for the department. Record requests can be made Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., excluding holidays. As soon as practical, the Chief or Lieutenant will either complete the request or notify the requestor of a denial. There are various reasons record request may be denied under state statutes 19.32 and 19.85.
If you were involved in a reported traffic crash and a Village of Waunakee Police officer responded to investigate the crash, a State of Wisconsin DT4000 crash/accident from will generally be completed. This report is typically requested for insurance or legal purposes as it includes insurance and contact information for the involved parties.
The Village of Waunakee Police Department no longer release copies of completed State of Wisconsin DT4000 crash/accident forms. All DT4000 forms completed by Waunakee officers will generally be available 10 days after the incident through the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation at: https://crashreports.wi.gov/
While the Waunakee Police Department no longer provides copies of DT4000 forms, other related documents, including photographs, citations, and supplement reports, are still available to request from the Waunakee Police Department. There may be a cost incurred with fulfilling your request. Copies of documents are $.25 per page. Further cost may be incurred if the request requires photographs, video tapes, printouts, etc.
There may be a cost incurred with fulfilling your request. Copies of documents are $0.25 per page. Further costs may be incurred if the request requires photographs, video tapes, printouts, etc.
Records requests can be made by phone at (608) 849-4523 or by emailing email@example.com