Bicycle "rules of the road" are presented each Spring to the Brookfield elementary schools to help students develop good bicycle riding habits.
Special Needs Alert Form
In an effort to facilitate accurate assessments and the most positive interactions between first responders and residents with special needs, the City of Brookfield Police Department will begin utilizing a Special Needs Alert Form.
This program is totally voluntary. Information is provided by a resident with special needs, a guardian, or their involved family members. The information on the form is designed to assist dispatchers and officers in being better prepared to communicate and respond for a call involving anyone who has a special need such as, but not limited to: Autism, Dementia, Mental Health Challenges, Intellectual Disability, or a complex/rare medical condition.
If you would like to have your child/family member with special needs on file for the purpose of this program, you can download the form. Upon completion, call our Police Social Worker, Cindy Naumczik, LCSW at (262) 796-6689 or e-mail to schedule an appointment to review the form so that all pertinent information is accurately on file.