PUBLIC NOTICE – ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS
Pursuant to Section 19.34 WI Stats.
The City of Darlington Police Department is a local government agency charged with the responsibility of engaging in traditional policing services, including, but not limited to, enforcing laws and ordinances, maintaining order, and investigating criminal offenses. The Department is comprised of eight police officers and one civilian employee, and is supervised by the city council and Mayor. The chain of command is as follows: MAYOR > CHIEF OF POLICE > SERGEANT OF POLICE > FULL TIME SWORN OFFICERS > PART TIME SWORN OFFICERS > NON SWORN CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES.
Except as otherwise provided by law, any requester has the right to inspect any record or document maintained by this authority.
The legal custodian of documents for the Darlington Police Department is Chief of Police Jason King. In his absence, Sergeant Tony Ruesga is the legal custodian.
Time and Place for Access
The public may obtain information and access to records, make requests for records, or obtain copies of records in the custody of this authority by mail, by phone, in person, or by email: Office of Chief of Police 627 Main Street, Darlington, WI 53530 Times: Tuesday through Friday 8am – 6pm 608-776-4981
Any requester has the right to make or receive a copy of a record which appears in written form, photographs, audio tapes, and video tapes. It is the policy of this office to provide copies of records to any requester at a rate not to exceed the actual and direct costs associated with fulfilling the request. Click here for our fees.
Darlington Police Department, Wisconsin