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The Calumet County Sheriff's Office Records Division handles all reports related to crimes that were written by Calumet County Sheriff deputies. They also ensure that the reports are routed to the proper Calumet County departments for further action. The staff of four full-time employees also handles record requests on behalf of the Sheriff, who is the legal custodian of law enforcement records.
The Calumet County Sheriff's Office no longer maintains a database of State of Wisconsin DT4000 crash (accident) reports and no longer provides copies of completed State crash/accident report forms to requestors.
To obtain a copy of a crash/accident report, please contact the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Crash/Accident Records Unit, where you may request a copy by phone or through the website listed below. All DT4000 crash reports completed by the Calumet County Sheriff's Office will be available from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Crash/Accident Records Unit when they are complete, which is generally 10-15 business days after the crash/accident.
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Crash/Accident Records Unit
Phone: (608) 266-8753
Website: Wisconsin Department of Transportation Crash Reports
- Call the Sheriff's Office Records Division at (920) 849-1436; or
- Fax your request to the Sheriff's Office at (920) 849-1431; or
- Email your request to: Email Open Records
- In-person at the Sheriff's Office Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm; or
- Mail your request to:
Calumet County Sheriff's Office
ATTN: Open Records
206 Court Street
Chilton, WI 53014
When making a request, please be as specific as possible by including the case number (if available), names, dates, times, and locations.
Some Sheriff’s Office records are exempt from disclosure under the Wisconsin Open Records Law because they are protected by state or federal law, court decisions, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA), or other rules and regulations. Any incident which is currently under investigation is exempt from disclosure.
No original documents may be removed from the Sheriff’s Office. Inspection of records may be conducted inside the Sheriff’s Office in a separate room. The following are the fees for copies of public records:
|Document Type||Other Information||Cost (Per Item)|
|Paper Documents||Black and white per page||$0.15|
|Paper Documents||Color per page||$0.25|
|Flash Drives||8 GB||$6.00|
|Flash Drives||16/32 GB||$4.00|
The custodian of records may impose a fee upon the requester of a copy of a record which may not exceed the actual, necessary and direct cost of reproduction and transcription, photographing and photographic processing of the record, unless a fee is otherwise specifically established or authorized to be established by law. The custodian of records may impose a fee upon a requester for locating a record, not exceeding the actual, necessary and direct cost of location if the cost is $50.00 or more.
The custodian of records may impose a fee upon a requester for the actual, necessary and direct cost of mailing or shipping of any copy or photograph of a record, which is mailed or shipped to the requester.
We accept cash, check, money order or credit card for payment. There is no charge for the emailing of records. Prepayment may be requested for any requests over $5.00.