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Special Units

Bicycle Patrol Unit

A proactive approach to policing day and night in both urban and rural areas. Learn what this Unit is capable of doing.

Drug Recognition Unit

The Franklin Police Department has participated in the Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DECP) since 2001. Learn what this Unit is capable of doing.

Honor Guard Unit

The Honor Guard Unit is comprised of officers who specialize in drill and ceremonies, rifle manual, flag etiquette, and police funeral procedures. Learn more about this Unit.

K-9 Unit

Established in 1991, this program currently utilizes three K-9/Handler Teams. Learn what this Unit is capable of doing.

Motor Unit

The Motorcycle Unit is a division of the Traffic Enforcement Unit, which concentrates its patrol efforts on traffic related problems. Learn more about this Unit.

Tactical Unit

The City of Franklin Police Department utilizes a part-time S.W.A.T. Team (Specialized Weapons and Tactics). The SWAT Team is a multi-jurisdictional team, consisting of members from the Franklin Police Department, the Village of Greendale Police Department, and the Village of Hales Corners Police Department. Learn what this Unit is capable of doing.

Traffic Enforcement Unit

The Traffic Enforcement Unit (TEU) consists of officers who have received additional training in radar speed enforcement, laser speed enforcement, commercial motor vehicle enforcement, vehicle equipment enforcement, basic crash investigation, technical crash investigation, and vehicle dynamics. Learn more about this Unit.

UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) Unit

UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) Unit is used in various capacities assisting the Police Department during investigations. Learn what this Unit is capable of doing.

Franklin Police Dept.

9455 W. Loomis Road
Franklin, WI  53132

Phone:  414-425-2522
Fax:  414-425-0391

Hours:  24 Hours/7 Days a Week
911 For Emergencies Only


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