The Grand Chute Police Department Property and Evidence Section is staffed by one full-time and one-part time civilian employee. The agency has also hosted several Forensic Science student interns.
The Property and Evidence Section is responsible for maintaining the integrity of evidence and chain of custody of all property that comes into their possession in accordance with state laws, municipal code, and departmental policies and procedures.
Under the direction of the Technical Operations Division Commander, Property and Evidence Section personnel are responsible for receiving, storing, releasing and maintaining security of a wide variety of items. They have extensive training in the collection, preservation, and management of property and evidence and are often actively involved in processing crime scenes and assisting with the execution of search warrants for major case investigations.
The Property and Evidence Section’s general office hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, excluding holidays and weekends.
Contact a Property Manager/Evidence Technician direct by calling 920-380-2944.
Lost / Found Property
The Grand Chute Police Department posts lost/found property, as defined in Wis Stats. 170, on this webpage and in the Town Hall lobby. We are currently seeking to find the owners of the following pieces of property:
On October 27, 2017 the Grand Chute Police Department recovered some currency from the Dollar Tree Store located at 728 N. Casaloma Drive. (Incident #17-017640).
If you believe that you may be the owner of this found property, please contact our Property and Evidence Section at 920-380-2944 for additional information.
170.07 Lost chattels, notice. Except as provided in ss. 170.05 and 170.12, if a person finds $25 or more or any goods having a value of at least $25 but less than $100, and if the owner of the money is unknown, the finder shall, within five (5) days after finding the money or goods, give a written notice (provided below) of the found money or goods to the law enforcement agency of the city, village or town in which the money or goods are found. That law enforcement agency shall post a notice of the found money or goods in two public places (i.e.; on-line and lobby of agency) in the city, village or town.
170.08 Notice and appraisal. Except as provided in ss. 170.105 and 170.12, the finder of lost goods having a value of $100 or more shall give a written notice of the found goods to the law enforcement agency of the city, village, or town in which the goods are found within 15 days after finding the goods and cause a class 2 notice under ch. 985 of the found goods to be published in the county.