Patrol / S.W.A.T.


The Muskego Police Department’s Patrol Division provides various police services to the city. The services include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Traffic enforcement: Active enforcement of state and local traffic laws.
  • Case report investigations: These investigations may either be criminal or local ordinance violations.
  • Patrol of the city: Mobile patrol of assigned area(s) within the city limits.
  • Respond to calls for service: Calls for service may either be emergency or non-emergency in nature.
  • Enforcement of local, state, and federal laws: Conduct arrests and process the suspects who violate laws.
  • Prepare written reports: Officers complete reports in reference to incidents that occur.


The Muskego Police Department is part of a consolidated S.W.A.T. team know as the Suburban Critical Incident Team (S.C.I.T.) that serves the City of Brookfield, the City of Delafield, the City of Muskego, the City of New Berlin, the Village of Chenequa, the Village of Elm Grove, the Village of Pewaukee, the Village of Hartland, and the Village of Mukwonago. These officers receive specialized training and equipment to respond to incidents that are considered high risk. A high risk incident includes:

  • Armed Resistance
  • Barricaded Subjects
  • Search Warrants
  • Hostage Situations
  • Other Special Incidents

The S.W.A.T. team is deployed in an effort to reduce the possibility of injury to any officer or citizen involved in the high risk incident.