PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST
If interested in obtaining public records in custody of the Everest Metro Police Department,
click PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST for more information.
For any questions regarding this procedure, contact the Custodian of Records at 715-359-4202 (Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.).
PRESCRIPTION DROP OFF
Everest Metro participates in a county wide program to provide citizens a
place to drop off old prescriptions and medications, including controlled
narcotic drugs so they can be properly disposed of and not wind up in the local
landfills or municipal water supplies. Everest Metro, Wausau PD and
Rothschild PD have volunteered to host drop boxes at each department.
A post office style drop box will be placed in the department lobby and
made available Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Local pharmacists have volunteered their time to sort these medications so they can be
routed to the appropriate disposal facility. This proactive, environmentally
friendly program officially opened on January 4, 2010.
Please adhere to to following:
Do not combine medications together in one container or bag
Drop off over-the-counter or prescription drugs
Drop off medications in original containers
Remove personal information labels by either tearing off or marking out
Leave on medicine name and dosage
No radioactive chemo drugs or IV bags
No needles or syringes
No garbage or trash
ROBBERY PREVENTION AND AWARENESS TRAINING
Robbery is a threat that must continuously be reviewed because in addition to its potential for high loss,
it is one of few threats which also carries with it the possibility for personal injury.
However, with understanding and effective countermeasure efforts, the threat of robbery can in fact be prevented,
and those which do occur properly managed. In addition, through effective planning, the safety of employees, customers
and law enforcement officers can also be better assured, as well as the limiting of losses, recovery, and the apprehension
and successful conviction of offenders.
If interested in keeping your employees safe during a robbery threat,
please contact Community Service Officer Leah Long or Captain Mark Hull for more information. We offer free on site robbery awareness and
prevention training for you and your employees.
Robbery Prevention and Awareness Training Brochure
Fingerprinting services are available by appointment for the general public or those applying for professional licenses.
Cost: $10.00 if you live or work in the City of Schofield, Village or Town of Weston. $20.00 for non-residents.
Please call our office at 359-4202 to schedule and appointment for this service.
Residents of the City of Schofield, Town and Village of Weston may purchase Bicycle Licenses for $2.00
at our office, Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
Licenses are also available during the May Everest Optimists Bike Rodeo held at the Everest Metro Police Department.
There is no cost for licenses at this community event.
TEMPORARY LICENSE PLATES
The Everest Metropolitan Police Department will no longer be issuing temporary license plates.
This service is provided by the Department of Transportation and Division of Motor Vehicles
office in Rib Mountain.