Police and Crime Information
Bluemound Heights is part of police
However, these squads can be, and usually are, pulled from our neighborhood. While these squads are a part of
While ironic, the fact that our area has less crime means that we must be more vigalent because higher-crime areas get our squads. It also means that we must act together to get police response when there is suspicious activity.
- For suspicious or serious activity in progress, call 911.
- For non-emergency service (loud music, dog barking, etc.) but a squad is needed soon, call 933-4444.
- For non-emergency service but a squad is not needed soon, such as concerns with a vacant house or suspected drug dealing at a residence, call 935-7233.
Officers will not come to your door if you don't want them to so you do not have to fear possible retribution for reporting criminal activity. When you call, ask that the officers call you rather than come to your door.
As District 3 Commander, Captain David Zibolski makes sincere efforts to solicit our input, and is very responsive to citizen concerns. Whenever you deal with a police officer from District 3, be sure to get their name and provide the appropriate feedback (positive or negative) to Captain Zibolski.
Meet With Police Command
Captain Christopher Zibolski conducts a monthly crime analysis meeting on the last Thursday of the month at
6 pmat various locations around District 3, most often at the District 3 station at 49th and Lisbon.
Police command and officials you should know are:
- Captain Christopher Zibolski, District 3 Commander,
- Karl Robbins, Sector 2 (our area) Command,
- The Community Liaison Officers can help you set up a Block Watch. The District 3 CLOs are Officer Hue Kong and Officer Charlotte Brown and you can call them at
- The Community Prosecution Unit officer for District 3 is James Ryan McNichol,
Community Liaison Officers will also give your home a free security assessment to look for weaknesses that burglars could take advantage of. Call Officer Kong or Brown to arrange one of these visits.
You can view District 3's Community Liaison page at:
Crime StatisticsYou can view District 3 PDF maps which show the numbers and locations of various crimes including homicides, assaults, burglaries, homicides, robberies, stolen vehicles, thefts, etc. for each week. Go to the following page and click on the