Incident information is mapped and updated daily. You can select the time frame and type of crime you wish to view. The location of some crime types is anonymized to protect victim information.
Information on individuals released from the Police Department is subject to limitations of federal and state law. Records checks are best requested in person at the Records Division of the Police Department Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm. When requesting a records check, please be prepared to provide the person's first and last name as well as their middle initial and date of birth. The records check only contains a list of contacts the person has had with the Eau Claire Police Department. We do not run background checks on individuals.
For a full list of your criminal history or an official background check, you may contact the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) at (608)266-1221 or by visiting their website and searching for the page on Background Checks.
Eau Claire Police Department Records are governed by state and federal law. If you would like to make a request for a record associated with an incident or case please visit our Eau Claire Police Department Records Department Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm.
You can also contact them by emailing email@example.com
Property available for auction from the Eau Claire Police Department is found at the on-line auction service Property Room
You can obtain a copy of your crash report by visiting Crash Docs
It may take five to seven business days for your crash to appear on the Crash Docs website.
Below you will find a copy of the complete policy manual for the Eau Claire Police Department
It is best to clean graffiti as soon as possible so the paint does not have time to absorb to the surface. It also quickly reduces the chance that vandals will return and add more graffiti. If you need to report vandalism contact our dispatch center at 715-839-4972 or make an online report.
See our graffiti brochure for additional graffiti removal tips.