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Wanderer Program
The Wanderer program assists with people who have Alzheimer's Disease.

A family member fills out a from with information about the patient and immediate family to contact if there is a problem and submits a current photo, so that if the person does wander, the Police Department could refer to the picture to try and help identify the person.

Brochures are available at the Police Department or the Lincoln Center.

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Contact
Police Department
1515 Strongs Ave. 
Stevens Point, WI 54481 
Ph: (715) 346-1500 
Email the Department 

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 4:00 pm


News and Announcements - View All
SPPD Seeking Info about Car Tire Vandalism
In the alleys next to the 2100-2300 blocks of Illinois Ave, Michigan Ave., & Freemont St., 20 vehicles had their tires punctured in the morning of July 21. If you have information about this case, please call 715-346-1515 or anonymously at 888-346-6600.
Release of Sex Offender to Stevens Point: Randolph Edwards
A Sex Offender will be released in the Stevens Point area on 8/15/2017. The sex offender in the attached bulletin, Randolph "Shaggy" Edwards, has twice been convicted of Third Degree Sexual Assault of a Child. Read More
How to be a Good Neighbor Brochure
The Stevens Point Police Department's "How to be a Good Neighbor - Guide to City Ordinances and Wis. Laws" brochure lists information about bicycles, motor vehicle parking, parties, social hosting, chronic nuisances, & other typical ordinance violations. How to be a Good Neighbor Brochure (pdf)
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City of Stevens Point, 1515 Strongs Ave., Stevens Point, WI 54481 | Phone 715-346-1569