Sex Offenders have always lived in our communities, but it was not until the passage of the registration law in 1997 that law enforcement was authorized to notify the public of a sex offender’s whereabouts. Furnishing the public with information regarding convicted sex offenders is a critical step towards encouraging the public to develop constructive … Continued
FAQ Topic: Information
The Police Department wants to get you connected with your own “personal Police officer” so that you can ask questions and learn more about what happens in Bayside and at the Police Department. The Village is divided into eight sectors, each with its own myBlue Sector Officer. To view where you live and who you … Continued
Frequently, both landlords and tenants have questions regarding their rights and responsibilities. More information may be found in the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection’s Landlord/Tenant Guide.
Requests for copies of police reports, accident reports, or other police records are made directly to the Police Department by filling out a Public Open Records Request form and submitting it to the Police Department. The form is available online or can be completed in-person at the Police Department. Once received, the form is reviewed … Continued
You must make the request in person or send a notarized request to the Police Department. The Bayside Police Department is only able to provide a background report on activity that occurred in Bayside. If you would like a background report for activity out of Bayside, go to the Wisconsin Online Record Check System at … Continued