Summit Police Department

Public Records

Public Records Notice

The duty of the Summit Police Department is to cause the public peace to be preserved and see that all ordinances of the Village and the Laws of the State of Wisconsin are enforced and obeyed. Additionally, that the rules and regulations for the governing of the Police Department are obeyed and whenever any violation of the ordinances or laws shall come to the Chief’s attention, he shall cause the requisite complaint to be made and see that all available evidence is procured for the successful prosecution of the offender or offenders. The Chief shall cause a record to be kept of all complaints calling for the service of the Police Department. The custodian of all police records is the Chief of Police.

Dates and Places at Which Public Records May be Obtained

The public may obtain information and access to or copies of records by making requests either in writing or in person to the Summit Police Department. The Department is located at 37100 Delafield Road, WI 53066 with business hours of 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. , Monday through Friday, holidays excluded. The public may submit an open records request by mail to the address listed.

The following fees will be charged for providing copies of police records:

Reports: $0.25 per single side page

Photos/Video: $5.00 per CD

Requests which exceed a total cost of $5.00 may require prepayment. An additional fee for location costs may be charged if the total costs exceed $50.00. Additional charges as allowed by the law for complying with a public records request may also be charged (Wis. State. 19.35(3)). The Summit Police Department will comply with all public record requests as required by the law as soon as practicable and without delay.

Other Services/Fees:

PBT Testing: $0.50 per test

Fingerprint Cards: $5.00 per set

Records Request