The Campbell Police Department continues to evolve and adapt to meet the changing needs of the community by embracing our core values: Strength, Honor, and Courage. As part of these efforts, we are committed to transparent communication. We encourage you to review the following information and contact us with questions.
Also newly developed are the easily accessible “Compliments and Complaints” online forms. The Campbell Police Department takes this information very seriously as we are continually seeking ways to improve, as well as ways to highlight jobs well done.
Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) 2021 Wisconsin Public Survey Results
Calls For Service & Enforcement Actions
2020 Letter from Police Chief Gavrilos to Town Board Supervisors (PDF)
2021 End of Year Activity Report (PDF)
2020 End of Year Activity Report (PDF)
- Casper Training (PDF)
- Czys Training (PDF)
- Gavrilos Training (PDF)
- Palmer Training (PDF)
- Stratman Training (PDF)
Use of Force (PDF) & Use of Deadly Force (PDF)
- Taser Use Report (PDF)
- Response to Resistance Report (PDF)
- Firearm Discharge Report (PDF)
Video / Recording Devices (PDF)
Complaints Against Department Personnel / Internal Affairs (PDF)
Biased Based Profiling (PDF)
Law Enforcement Code of Ethics (PDF)
Law Enforcement Oath of Honor (PDF)
Law Enforcement Oath of Honor
Upon being hired in 2015, Chief Gavrilos committed to making the Campbell Police Department an “Oath of Honor” agency, joining thousands of agencies world-wide.
Since that day new officers recite the Oath of Honor in a ceremony upon being hired. The Oath of Honor will then become an informal rite of passage as those officers become a permanent part of the force. As a matter of policy, all sworn personnel are required to review the Oath annually.
“On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character, or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the constitution, and will remain loyal to my community and the agency I serve.”
Meaning behind the Oath of Honor:
Honor means our word is given as a guarantee.
Betray is defined as breaking faith with the public trust.
Badge is the symbol of our office.
Integrity is being the same person in both private and public life.
Character means the qualities that distinguish an individual.
Public trust is a charge of duty imposed in faith toward those we serve.
Courage is having the strength to withstand unethical pressure, fear or danger.
Accountability means that we are answerable and responsible to our oath of office.
Community is the jurisdiction and citizens we serve.