Please use the categories below to find forms or resources you are looking for. These forms are update as needed and when possible. Not all forms should be considered to be most up-to-date however, we do try to keep them updated as we receive updates. For the most current version of forms or paper copies, please visit the Menasha Police Department at 430 First Street, Menasha, WI 54952. In the lobby of the department there are two different form bins with these forms available.
If you have any questions about any forms on this page, please contact the Menasha Police Department at (920) 967-3500
Menasha Police Department & Records Division Forms
- Records Request Form
- For all records requests including police reports, body cam footage, etc.
- Accident Report Request Form
- Accident reports are available for FREE via LexisNexis. In most cases, the report is available within 5-7 business days. You will need information listed on the Driver Exchange Report to complete your request with LexisNexis.
- Parking Citation Dispute
- This link will redirect you to our Parking FAQ's page
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Application Request
- To request an application under ADA
- Bicycle Registration Form
- To register your bicycle and receive a bicycle "license" to place on your bike. Officers can use "license" numbers to locate owners of bicycles quicker when found or stolen
- CHEERS Program Brochure
- Informational brochure on the CHEERS program for alcohol sales violations. This free workshop is meant to increase the safe service of alcohol sales for businesses, bartenders, taverns, wait staff, community even organizers and more!
- Code Enforcement Complaint Form
- To refer a complaint to the code enforcement unit for issues regarding storage of junk, dilapidated properties, etc.
- Gas Drive-Off Report Form
- For gas stations to report gas drive-off incidents
- General Application Form
- To apply for a position at the Menasha Police Department. Please check the employment page of the website to see if we are accepting applications for the position you wish to apply
- Officer Application Form
- To apply to be an officer for the Menasha Police Department. Please check the employment page of the website to see if we are accepting applications
- Open Burning Guidelines (Fire Permits)
- Fire permit guidelines. Permits are purchased at City Hall. All residents must have a permit to have a fire.
- Ride Along Application (PDF) - Ride Along Application (Fill-In Word)
- If you would like to ride along with one of our Officer's, please complete this form and submit it to the Police Department. The ride along program is encouraged to be used by current LE students, applicants and residents. It is not a requirement to live in the City of Menasha to ride along.
- Vacation Home Check Request
- To request the Menasha Police Department check on your home while you are on vacation or away for an extended period of time.
Crime Related & Restraining Orders
Vehicle & Crash Related
- Driver Report of Accident
- For crashes with damage under $1,000 AND not involving possible injury or government property
- Reinstate Driver License
- Sell-it-Right Pamphlet for Vehicles
- Smart Vehicle Buying Pamphlet
- Railroad Safety for Vehicles
AODA & Mental Health Resources
If you are in need of immediate assistance, please consider reaching out to a number or resources available to you including:
|Menasha Police Department||(920) 967-3500|
|Winnebago County Crisis Intervention/Helpline||(920) 233-7707|
|HOPELINE Text Line||741741|
|"Speak Up, Speak Out" WI||1-800-MY-SUSO-1
|Also Available in the App Store and on Google Play|
- Alcohol & Drug Support - Prism
- Prism Business Card
- Mental Health Resources
- Suicide Prevention
- Youth Suicide Prevention
- Aging & Disability Resource Center
- Three-Party Protective Placement
- For when you and two other people are concerned someone cannot properly care for themselves; use this form to petition the court for protective placement
- Homeless Resources
- ThedaCare Behavioral Health Pamphlet
File a Complaint
The Menasha Police Department has an obligation to investigate any allegations of misconduct to protect the integrity of the agency and its employees. Doing so also instills trust between the department and the citizens we serve. Upon receipt of a complaint, an investigation will be initiated by a supervisor. The supervisor may need to contact the complainant to obtain further information regarding the complaint.
Knowingly filing a false report of misconduct against a law enforcement officer is a violation of the law, as outlined in §66.0511(3) and §946.66 of the Wisconsin State Statutes