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Chief's Welcome
Welcome to the Village of Hartland (WI) Police Department Website. I hope you find this resource useful in learning about our department, the services we offer and relevant links that might benefit you. 

The Hartland Police Department consists of 16 sworn officers that provide 24 hour a day coverage to the Village of Hartland.  Additionally, we have four administrative assistants on staff.  We participate in a number of cooperative teams with other local law enforcement agencies and the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department.   Mutual aid agreements exist between our agency and other local agencies to help each other as needed.

We are committed to keeping the Village of Hartland as a safe place to live, work and visit.  Our goal is to maintain a high level of professionalism within our department and apply the principles of pride, integrity and ethics in our daily effort.   We strive to work together with the community in a partnership to solve problems and maintain a favorable quality of life.  We challenge our officers to deliver quality service on every call, with every citizen on every contact they make.   

Law Enforcement must adapt to a changing world and we do this by maintaining a high level of training for our officers.   We promote wellness in our department so that our officers stay physically and mentally fit for the challenges faced by all law enforcement officers.  

Please contact us if we can assist you in any way. 

Respectfully,

Michael S. Bagin
Chief of Police 


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Hartland Police Department Mission Statement

The mission of the Hartland Police Department is to maintain peace and order in the community. We seek to accomplish this mission in a consistent manner, exhibiting high ethical standards. Our members are committed to a level of training and education that allows us to provide quality services to the citizens of Hartland.

Vision
We are committed to working together with the community, in a problem-solving partnership, to prevent crime, enforce laws, and resolve conflict, thereby improving the quality of life.