Chief Kvalheim
Chief Jason Kvalheim
Welcome to the City of Chilton Police Department

On behalf of the men and women of the Chilton Police Department, I welcome you to our website. It is very important that our police department provide the highest quality police service for our residents, as well as those who work, visit and travel through our city.

The Chilton Police Department strives to anticipate the needs of our citizens. It is my belief that effective public safety is a collaborative effort. A police department alone cannot control crime. As we work together, the men and women of the Chilton Police Department can assure you of the unwavering commitment of quality service that the citizens and visitors of Chilton deserve. I encourage residents to call with any type of issue that needs attention, so we can continue to provide a peaceful living community for all people.

You will find our officers and non-sworn staff member are some of the most dedicated employees and are eager to serve the citizens and visitors of this community. We look forward to meeting you and serving this community.

Jason Kvalheim
Chief of Police/Emergency Management Director


 Mission Statement

We, the City of Chilton Police Department, are committed to providing the highest quality of police services to the people who live and work in and visit our beautiful city. We will constantly evaluate and improve our efforts to enhance public safety with the goal of improving the quality of life within the City of Chilton, while always being professional in all that we do. 


Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation 

The Chilton Police Department is Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group (WILEAG) accredited. The Chilton Police Department received accreditation after a rigorous assessment process. The accreditation process is designed to verify that the Chilton Police Department meets the Board’s state-of-the-art standards and is a voluntary process which is a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence.

This accreditation demonstrates the Chilton Police Departments voluntary commitment to law enforcement excellence by its compliance to a body of standards deemed essential to the protection of life, health, safety and rights of the citizens we serve. The Chilton Police Department is proud to be among very few accredited departments in Wisconsin with this respected status.



Drug Disposal Program

Time to clean out the cupboards and dispose of any unused medicines properly! Calumet County Drug Disposal Program is accepting unused and/or expired medications, over-the-counter medications, prescription medications and pet medications at no charge.

Permanent Dropbox Locations:
Calumet County Sheriff's Office, 206 Court Street, Chilton - 24 hrs. a day/7 days a week

Appleton Police Department, 222 South Walnut St., Appleton - 24 hrs. a day/7 days a week

Brillion Police Department, 130 Calumet Street, Brillion - 24 hrs. a day/7 days a week

Menasha Police Department, 430 1st Street, Menasha - 24 hrs. a day/7 days a week

New Holstein Police Department, 2110 Washington St., New Holstein - 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday

Accepted drugs include prescriptions, over the counter, pet medications, controlled substances, and supplements.

  • Place pills in a "Ziplock" style bag that is quart size or less. Pills can be mixed into one bag.
  • Liquids, crèmes, and powders can stay in the original container with caps tightened.
  • Recycle pill bottles and boxes in your home recycling as they are NOT accepted.  

Needles, sharps, mercury devices, chemical waste, electronic glucose monitors, non-medical inhalers, and personal care products like shampoo and cosmetics will NOT be accepted.  Contact the Calumet County Health Division at (920) 849-1432 for safe disposal.



City of Chilton residents that are in need of fingerprints for employment or adoption purposes, please contact the Calumet County Sheriff's Department Jail Division at (920) 849-1447.  Each resident will have to provide their own fingerprint card(s) for this process.  If you live outside of Calumet County, please contact your local agency.



Injunctions can be filed with the Calumet County Clerk of Circuit Court's Office at the Calumet County Courthouse, 206 Court Street, Chilton, WI 53014. Injunctions can be filed in the county in which the petitioner lives, the county in which the respondent lives, or the county where the cause of action arose.


Wisconsin Concealed Carry 

Contact the CCW Helpdesk with any questions by calling (608) 261-7998 .



Chilton Police Department Policy & Procedures