Todd Chaney, Bonduel Police Chief
Phone: (715) 758-2266
In Case of Emergency, Call 911
The Bonduel Police Department functions as a community-based police department that employs one full-time Chief of Police and several part-time officers. We provide approximately eighty hours of on-duty service during the week. When our staff is not on duty, the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department provides law enforcement services for the village. We are located at 205 South First Street and are on the south end of the Fire Department and Public Safety Building.
If you need law enforcement service of an emergency nature, please call 911. If non-emergency services are required, call 715-758-2266 or 715 526-3111. If you find no staff member at the office, a red call-box located at the front door of the Police Department will allow direct access to the Communications Center in Shawano. They will then assist you with your needs and contact information.
Our Police Department motto is Strength through Excellence. All of the agency staff members endeavor to perform with professionalism, dedication and hearts of compassion. We see our fundamental duty as service coupled with compassion and concern for those we serve and assist.
The department has strong technology capabilities and has a squad car fleet consisting of two fully equipped police units. The office is also equipped with the latest law enforcement technology and resources. It also serves as a sub-station for the deputies of the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department.
The Bonduel Police Department is highly engaged in our schools, and our officers frequently mentor students who may be struggling with issues. We work hand in hand with school officials and staff, while embracing opportunities to become involved in community and school activities.
Our goal and purpose is to network with our community stakeholders and residents, providing them with safety, security and service that can only enhance the quality of life here in Bonduel. We see ourselves as peace officers who love our community and enjoy serving whenever and wherever we can.
Todd W. Chaney
Todd W. Chaney
Chief of Police