Community Services

Cudahy School Resource Officers Mission Statement

Cudahy Block Watch

The Neighborhood Block Watch is a group of concerned citizens, who along with community leaders and the police department, share information and ideas to make their neighborhoods safer, more enjoyable places to live.

The block watch meets quarterly on the last Wednesday of January, April, July and October.  Please see the Recent Activity tab to see Cudahy's reported activity. 

National Night Out

Thursday, August 2nd, 2018 from 4pm until 8pm. 

To learn about the history of National Night Out, visit

Cudahy Auxiliary Officers

Cudahy auxiliary officers are volunteers from the community.  

Auxiliary officers:

  • Participate in community events such as Sweet Applewood Days, the Fourth of July Parade and Cudahy High School sporting events  
  • Monitor traffic and provide security at those sporting events
  • Provide police officers with useful information regarding criminal activity within the community

Auxiliary officers also have the unique opportunity of riding along with police officers during shifts.

If you would like to become an auxiliary officer or want more information, please stop by the Cudahy Police Department or contact Sgt. Andrew Kitzrow at 414-882-2417.

Application: page 1 and page 2


The Cudahy Police Department participates in the Southern Milwaukee County Crime Stoppers program.  If your anonymous tip about a crime leads to an arrest, the tipster may be eligible for a cash reward, as determined by the Board of Directors.  The reward is also distributed in a manner to preserve the caller's anonymity.  To report a tip for the City of Cudahy, please call 1-866-373-6227.