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Welcome to the De Pere Police Department Field Services Division. The Division consists primarily of Uniformed Patrol Officers, the backbone of the department, who are responsible for responding to calls for service 24-hours a day, 365-days a year.  In addition to responding to calls we receive from the public, Officers are also expected to proactively monitor their assigned areas for crimes, traffic concerns, public nuisances, and other quality of life issues for the citizens of De Pere.  This is part of our team policing philosophy in all sections of the city.  By having officers work as teams in the same parts of the city, it is believed that Officers will get to know their neighborhoods and the people within them.  That will allow us to serve you better.  Team officers can be reached for non-emergency quality of life issues by clicking on the team areas in the section below. 

The Field Services Division is made up of an authorized strength of:

  • 17 Uniformed Patrol Officers 
  • 6 Patrol Sergeants
  • A K-9 Officer and his four-legged partner Kurt
  • A Traffic Enforcement Officer
  • Non-sworn Community Service Officers

The Field Services Division is overseen by Captain Jeremy Muraski.

Although a recent arrival to the City of De Pere, Captain Muraski is a veteran law enforcement officer and supervisor having served the first 21 years of his career in the City of Green Bay.  He is a graduate of the 263rd Session of the FBI National Academy, the FVTC Criminal Justice Executive Development Institute, and a proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin - Madison.