• Collapse
    • Administration
    • Aging
    • Agriculture and Food Systems
    • Chairmans Office
    • Child Support
    • Clinic
    • Community Development
    • Community Resource Center
    • Conservation
    • Dept of Advocacy and Support
    • Eagles Nest
    • Early Childhood Services
    • Education
    • Elections
    • Emergency Management
    • Enrollment/License and Permits
    • Environmental Services
    • Family Services
    • Finance
    • Food Distribution
    • Gaming Commission
    • Historic Preservation
    • Housing
    • Human Resources
    • Information Technology
    • Internal Audit
    • Land Management
    • Language and Culture
    • Legal Services
    • Lending and Tribal Taxes
    • Maehnowesekiyah
    • Maintenance
    • Menominee Nation News
    • Oskeh-Waepeqtah DV/SA Program
    • Probation
    • Prosecutor
    • Public Defender
    • Transportation
    • Tribal Courts
    • Tribal Jail
    • Tribal Police
    • Tribal School
    • Tribal Utilities
    • Youth Services

Physical Address:
W3293 Wolf River Road
Keshena, WI 54135

Mailing Address:
PO Box 518
Keshena, WI 54150

Title: Chief of Police

Name: Richard Nacotee

Tel: (715) 799-3321

Fax: (715) 799-1310
Tribal Police

To provide Law Enforcement, Criminal Investigation, Detention, Crime Prevention and Victim Witness Services to the residents of the Menominee Indian Reservation. These services will conform to applicable provisions of 25 C.F.R 18 U.S.C 40 I.A.M. and other Federal and Tribal laws that may apply.

Menominee Crime Victims Program
Being a victim of crime or witness to a crime can be a traumatic experience. Assistance for crime victims is crucial. Menominee Tribal Police Deparement Crime Victims Program provides an array of services intended to help victims through this most difficult time.
Cooperation with Law Enforcement and the Criminal Justice system not only makes our Reservation a safer place for everyone but can hold criminals responsible and help empower the victim within justice process.
We realize that this process may be confusing as well as fearful to some individuals unfamilar with this process. The Menominee Crime Victims staff are here to help you through this difficult time by:

*1.) Assistance with information on the Court process in your case.
*2.) Information on all your rights as a victim.
*3.) Transportation to and from Court.
*4.) Assistance with Victims Compensation Forms.
*5.) Assistance with Victims Impact Statements for Sentencing.
*6.) Crisis Response 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
*7.) Accompaniment to medical exams, interviews, Court, etc. (per case needs)
*8.) Crisis Counseling
*9.) Group sessions as needed
*10.) Information Referral