As Chief of Police, it is an honor to serve the Eau Claire community and lead our police department. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in Eau Claire by partnering with the community to solve problems, reduce crime and disorder, safeguard individual rights, and improve public safety. With 157 members of the police department, including 100 sworn Police Officers, the ECPD is a data driven intelligence led policing organization focused on the tenets of community policing. We focus on building and maintaining relationships across all of Eau Claire's diverse neighborhoods, and know maintaining the public's trust is crucial to our efforts. Please feel free to contact me directly with any thoughts, feedback, or suggestions on how the department can better serve the community.
UPDATE: Aubrey was located and is with her family! Thank you to everyone for your help!
Please assist us in locating the following missing/endangered person:
Aubrey Lynn Wisniewski DOB 02/22/93 was last seen departing her Eau Claire residence enroute to Appleton around 3PM on July 13, 2019. She never arrived in Appleton and her family is very concerned for her welfare. Aubrey suffers from several mental health issues and has recently made suicidal statements. Prior to departure, she had made mention of the Madison, Lacrosse, and Chicago areas. Her last phone activity was in the Tomah area during the morning hours of July 14, 2019.
She should be operating a gray 2006 Mercury Milan with Wisconsin Registration ADG-1128 with a missing passenger side mirror. If located, please contact Eau Claire Police Sgt. Pieper or Det. Ben Wutschke at (715)491-1446 or (715)491-1158
Aubrey is 5’6”, 130 pounds with short brown hair. She was last seen wearing a blue patterned shirt, a bright orange skirt and a large head band. She is also known to wear glasses.
Our K9s loved seeing everyone for the 4th of July in Carson Park, and we appreciated your support. We are proud of the amazing work they do in our community.
We also wanted to give a shout out to Wisconsin Vest-A-Dog for helping protect them. Recently, K9 Manso received his ballistic vest free of charge from WI Vest-a-Dog and a generous couple from Janesville, WI who donated enough to cover the entire cost of his vest.
Thank you to everyone for the support of our K9 program! Here are some great photos of Manso sporting his new attire 😊 Photos by Travis Dewitz Commercial Photography Co.