Kenosha Joint Services
Kenosha Joint Services is the result of a combined effort between the city and county governments. It was established in 1982 as a separate government agency to provide the safety support services for the Kenosha City Police and Fire Departments, Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department, and various other law enforcement and emergency services agencies.
Joint Services is divided into five departments:
Approximately 80 people are employed by Joint Services with the Communications and Records departments being staffed on a 24 hours a day, 7 days a week basis.
A governing body oversees the operation of Joint Services. The Joint Services’ Board is comprised of three county and three city government representatives. The seventh member is an individual who is mutually appointed by the Mayor and County Executive.
The Joint Services’ Board employs a director who is responsible for the day–to–day operation of Joint Services.
1000 55th Street
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140
The Administration Department is responsible for recruiting, staffing, budgeting, training, and administrating the operations of Joint Services.
The Communications Department is the Public Safety answering point in Kenosha. The department is a vital link between the citizens and the public safety first responders in Kenosha County.
The Joint Services’ Fleet Maintenance Department is responsible for maintaining and repairing the complete fleet of city and county police vehicles.
The Joint Services Evidence/Identification Bureau provides identification and evidence services for the Kenosha Police, Sheriff and Fire Departments.
The Joint Services Records Bureau operates on a 24 hour basis to maintain the database associated with incidents, investigations, arrests, traffic accidents and citations generated...
Requests will be fulfilled as soon as practicable and without delay based on the order in which they were received.