I hope this site provides you with useful information about who we are and what we do in the community.
We strive to enhance the quality of life in the community by proactively patrolling in an effort to detect problems that can have a negative impact on the community. By way of problem solving and community partnerships, we collaborate to identify solutions to issues that can have a negative impact on public safety.
Around 1829, Sir Robert Peel (considered the founder of modern-day, community oriented policing) identified nine principles that he felt were critical to effective law enforcement in a community. His seventh principle states:
"Police, at all times, should maintain a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and the public are the police; the police being only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the interests of community welfare and existence."
To us this means that we are partners in public safety. We, as officers of the law must work collaboratively with the public in order to be effective and respected. 188 years later, this principle is still relevant and critical to successful community policing.
So as we continue to improve our partnership with the community, please take the time to stop at one of our community programs/events and speak with us. We appreciate getting to know members of the community and letting you know a little bit more about who we are and what we do. If you can’t make it to an event, feel free to call us or stop in at the police department.
Daniel M. Meister
Chief of Police
2024 Squad Car Purchase Bid Solicitation
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
VILLAGE OF LITTLE CHUTE
Outagamie County, Wisconsin
The Fox Valley Metro Police Department is seeking bids for the purchase of a new, 2024 Ford Police Interceptor Sport Utility Vehicle.
Bids should be created and submitted based on the list of the specific design and options that are detailed in the document that is provided on our website. If the bid includes any discounts, modifications and/or state contract pricing, please detail that information in the submitted bid document.
Bids are to be received by the FVMPD no later than Friday, January 19, 2024 at 4:00 p.m. Bids can be submitted in writing or electronically following the directions on our website.
Bids will be reviewed and the decision will be made on Monday, January 22th during regular business hours.
See the attached document for specific equipment / options that we are seeking bids for.
Bids can be emailed to Chief Daniel Meister using our staff directory on this website. Bids can also be mailed to the chief or dropped off at the police department.
Any questions can be directed to the chief of police.