The mission of the New Berlin Police Department is to protect the lives and property of the people we serve and prevent crime through partnership with the community. Visit our web site for more information.
Most packages which are delivered to customers are left at the customer’s door, even if no one is home to accept them.
Unfortunately, this is also brings out individuals who are looking for crimes of opportunity, as well as criminals that actu...ally target delivery trucks in neighborhoods. To reduce the chances of being victimized by package delivery thieves, the New Berlin Police Department offers the following advice:
■Choose a shipping option that requires you to sign for delivery.
■Check delivery status online so you can try to be home when the package arrives. Some retailers even offer text messages to your cell phone to alert you when items have been delivered.
■On the expected day of arrival, post a note on your door asking the delivery service to leave the package with a trusted neighbor.
■Arrange to have the package shipped to another location where someone can receive it.
■Ask the delivery company to hold your package for customer pick-up at their local shipping facility.
■If you do not receive your shipment on time, check with the company of origin and confirm the delivery. If the item was delivered and you did not receive it, report the theft or loss to the original company, the shipping company, and to your local police department.
■Many of these crimes occur during broad daylight. Be alert about suspicious behavior in your neighborhood.
Call the New Berlin Police Department to report this type of suspicious activity or call 9-1-1 if you observe a crime in progress.
On Saturday, December 7th, officers from the New Berlin Police Department and community members will come together in an informal, neutral space to discuss commmunity issues,build relationships, and drink coffee.
Please join us at the Texas Roadhouse in New Berlin, 15425 W. Rock Ridge Road, on Thursday, November 7th, from 5 pm to 8pm for our "Tip a Cop" fundraiser for Special Olympics of Wisconsin.
The Spa Paw and Tail pet grooming and boarding business, located at 5055 S. Emmer Drive in New Berlin will be hosting their first annual "Strut Your Mutt" pet walk at Malone Park in New Berlin on Saturday, October 12th at 2:00 p.m. All proceeds will benefit the New Berln Police Department's Police Canine Program.