Village of Lannon Police Department

ALL EMERGENCIES DIAL 911
Non-Emergency: 262-251-4930
Fax: 262-251-4576
police@villageoflannon.com

After Hours Dispatch:
262-446-5070

20399 W. Main Street
Lannon, WI 53046
Waukesha County

Administration:
Chief of Police, Kevin Porter
Assistant Chief, Steve Lesniewski

Please check us out on Facebook:

Mission Statement

The mission of the Village of Lannon Police Department is to protect human life, preserve the public peace, protect property and to deliver excellence in policing throughout the community with honor and integrity.

Vision Statement

A Village where citizens live in safety, protected by a police department, with the highest professional and ethical standards.

Core Values

Compassion, Integrity and Courage

Lannon has a modern, professional force, and has
provided its own police department for over 50 years.

About Us

The Village of Lannon Police Department is dedicated to providing professional law enforcement services to our residents and visitors while always retaining our philosophy of “To protect and serve.” Our department is a part time department, assisted by the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department when we are off duty. Our officers are dedicated to the highest professional standards and to the Law Enforcement Code of Conduct. We are blessed to have extraordinary personnel, combining experianced officers with some fine young officers who are dedicated to this community. We understand that we are not here just to “protect,” but we are here to SERVE our community, and will do so to the best of our ability.

Fire Department

The Village of Lannon Fire Department has consolidated with the Village of Menomonee Falls Fire Department. All administrative, fire, and medical emergencies will be handled by the Menomonee Falls Fire Department.

Should you have any questions or concerns regarding inspections or other fire department related matters, you can contact the Menomonee Falls Fire Department
at 262-532-8800, Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

For burning permission call 262-532-8899

Fireworks

For Burning Ordinance, see Documents & Forms