Police Officer opening

We anticipate a police officer opening around April 1, 2019.  Thus, we are starting a hiring process to fill this position.  This is a full-time position working a 6-3 schedule.  Hours are based on seniority after an extensive training and field training program. To apply complete the DJ-LE-330 along with the three questions in Section 6 and email your application and cover letter to gregorys@town.madison.wi.us.  I must receive it by March 25, 2019 at 9:00 am.  You can find the application at www.wilenet.org. March 2018 Full-time Officer Hiring Process Date Actual Date   March 12 March 12 Approval to hire from Town … Continue reading Police Officer opening

Police Sergeant opening

The Town of Madison Police Department is seeking applicants for a vacant patrol sergeant position.  The work schedule is 6-3 and generally working 6:00 pm – 2:00 am with some flexibility. To apply complete the DJ-LE-330 along with the three questions in Section 6 and email your application and cover letter to gregorys@town.madison.wi.us.  I must receive it by March 25, 2019 at 9:00 am.  You can find the application at www.wilenet.org 2019 Full-time Sergeant Hiring Process Anticipated date Actual date     June 11 Approval to hire from Town Board Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Advertise creation of eligibility list and opening … Continue reading Police Sergeant opening

Town Media release regarding Joint Proposal to Move Up Final Attachment of the Town of Madison

Town of Madison citizens and employees have had questions regarding the Joint Proposal to Move Up Final Attachment of the Town of Madison.  Please see the attached media release and attached letters.  I believe the Town has purposefully kept the release short and attached the letters to allow the reader to come to their own conclusions. Chief Gregory Town of Madison release, 051618 Continue reading Town Media release regarding Joint Proposal to Move Up Final Attachment of the Town of Madison

Media Release – Residential Burglary in Progress

Date of Release:  May 15, 2018 Released By:  Chief Scott T. Gregory Incident:  Residential Burglary Date:  May 14, 2018 Case Number:  18-173579 Case Time:  12:02 pm Address:  Burr Oak Lane   Arrested Persons Luis Manuel Ortiz Male, 27 years old City of Madison resident Charges: Burglary and Violation of Probation Megan E. Stanford Female, 31 years old Oregon, WI resident Charges: Party to a crime of Burglary Details of Incident: On May 14, 2018 at 12:02 pm officers were dispatched to a residence on Burr Oak Lane for a burglary in progress.  The caller, a concerned neighbor, provided a description … Continue reading Media Release – Residential Burglary in Progress

TMPD is hiring for part-time police officers!

The Town of Madison Police Department is seeking qualified police officers for part-time employment.  To qualify you must have a minimum of 3 years full-time law enforcement experience or 6,000 hours of part-time experience.  Recently retired law enforcement officers are encouraged to apply. Minimum Qualifications U.S. citizen 21 years of age High school diploma or GED or HSED 60 college credits No felony or domestic abuse convictions 3 years full-time law enforcement experience or 6,000 hours of part-time experience. Good driving record Good physical condition (must be able to be certified by a medical professional to be able to complete … Continue reading TMPD is hiring for part-time police officers!

Shooting

MEDIA RELEASE On Sunday, April 1, 2018 at 2:09 pm officers were dispatched to the area of the 2100 block of Rimrock Road.  The 24 year old male victim told officers he was chased by two subjects in a gray Toyota that “had a beef” with him.  The victim pulled into a parking lot where he thought there would be video cameras outside.  The suspect vehicle pulled into the parking lot immediately after him, stopping on the passenger side of the victim vehicle. The male victim immediately exited his vehicle and started to run away from his vehicle in the … Continue reading Shooting

Lock Your Vehicle!!

As the cold weather comes to WI so do people warming up their cars.  PLEASE do not warm up your car and leave your keys in an unlocked and unattended vehicle.  Already, we have had a number of cars stolen that were unlocked and running.  Chances are your car will be stolen if you leave your car unlocked, and unattended. On November 27, 2017 a citizen started her car, left it unattended and unlocked and within 3 minutes it was stolen!  The stolen car was located about one hour later on Fish Hatchery Road over the W. Beltline Hwy.  The … Continue reading Lock Your Vehicle!!