Thorp Police Department


300 W. Prospect St., Thorp, WI 54771
Phone #(715) 669-5523
Fax #(715) 669-7407
Clark County Sheriff's Office-Non Emergency #1-800-743-2420


Mission Statement

This law enforcement agency is dedicated to the equitable and impartial enforcement of laws and ordinances to protect human life, property and to maintain public peace. In accomplishing our mission of protection and service, the members of this agency will respect Constitutional rights, human dignity and community values.

We commit to the enhancement of a police-community partnership, and will assist the members of our community with the identification and resolution of problems, in the effort to improve quality of life. We will give our community the highest quality of law enforcement services possible, while continuously striving for the highest professional standards.


 Come check out our Police Cow at City Hall generously donated by the Thorp Tourism Commission. 

The City of Thorp has a prescpription drug drop off box.  You can bring you old prescription drugs into City Hall during buisness hours and place them in the drop box to get rid of them free of charge.  Please remove your pills from the bottles and put them in a plastic storage bag for dropoff.

The Department participates in the annual Clark County Law Enforcment Association Shop With A Cop

The Thorp Police Department is staffed by 3 full time employee's and 4 part time employee's.  We also work in partnership with the Clark County Sheriff's Office, the Wisconsin State Patrol and other surrounding community police departments.

Copy of accident reports can be obtained online by visiting  Other reports of incidents occuring in the jurisdiction of the City of Thorp, can be obtained from Chief Schneider at the Thorp Police Department at 715.669.5523.  There will be a fee charged of $0.25 per page.  Please have a name of a party involved, an approximate date the event occured or if possible a case number that was provided.  


The Thorp Police Department receives numerous routine inquiries. We hope the information and links provided below will be helpful in answering the most common of them.

Click the photo to the left for a link to various DOT vehicle registration forms and publications.

Click the photo to the right for a link to all DOT forms.

Click the image to the left for information on ID theft.

Click on the image to the right for a link to the public Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry page.

Click the image to the left for a link to the Wisconsin DNR.

Click the image to the right for a link to Wisconsin Circuit Court Access.

Click the image to the left for a link to the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network.

Click the image to the right for a link to info on Craigslist scams.

Click the image to the left for a link to some info from the FBI on fraud and scams.