Tomah Police Department Forms

To complete a form, please open the document and print a copy using your home printer. Complete the form by using black or blue ink and return to the Tomah Police Department at:

805 Superior Avenue
Tomah, WI  54660

Written Statement Forms
- Written Statement & Lack of Consent Form (Printable) -
(Open the form and print it. Complete the form and scan and e-mail the statement or fax the statement back to the reporting Officer)

- Written Statement & Lack of Consent Form (Fill In On-Line) -
(Click on the Fill-In On-Line form link. Save the form to your desktop. Open the form from your desktop using a PDF reader. Complete the form and re-save/over-write it to your desktop. E-Mail the completed form as an attachment from your desktop back to the reporting Officer. You can also print the typed form and mail in or drop off at the Police Department. Thank you.)

Crime Victim Forms
- Victim Notification of Rights -

- DVA Victim Notification of Rights -

- DVA 72 Hour No Contact -

Open Records Request Form
- Public Records Request -

** Public Records Request Form **
You may obtain an accident report or other police reports by requesting in writing or in person during normal business hours, and completing a records request form.  The person requesting the report, will need to complete the open records request, which is available on the website under forms or at the Tomah Police Department.  There is a $5.00 prepayment fee that is required at the time the request is submitted for incident and accident reports.  Videos are $20.00 and photographs are $10.00. Prepayment is required, unless the subject is the victim of the crime. Records are not sent out until payment is received.  Further, when a subject submits a Public Record Request, it may take up to 5 BUSINESS days to process the request.  Requested information is then mailed to the address supplied on the records request form.

Thanks in advance!

Tomah Area Business Contact Forms
- Tomah Business Contact Information (Printable) - 
** To be completed by businesses regarding after hour contact information **

- Tomah Business Contact Information (Fill in On-Line) - 
** To be completed by businesses regarding after hour contact information **

City of Tomah
Code Enforcement Officer

Corliss Tischer

Work Desk: 608-374-7506

Contact Code Enforcement Officer Tischer or complete the form to the right with any ordinance violations or nuisances that are occurring within the City. Violations include junk vehicles, outdoor signs, outdoor junk, parking on the front lawn, snow not cleared from sidewalk, building maintenance, etc.

Tomah On-Line Ordinances

Ordinance of the Month
November/December - 2017

Alternate Side Parking – Effective from November 1st –April 1st

It’s November already and winter is just around the corner and we all know what that means, SNOW is coming and alternate side parking restrictions have gone into effect.  Now when we park our cars on the street to be left there overnight we have to think about whether it’s an even day or odd day of the month and which side of the street has even or odd building numbers. It can be quite confusing and you might even be asking yourself why we have alternate side parking restrictions anyway.

Why do we have alternate side parking?
Alternate side parking is intended to help snowplows clear the streets and intersection to the curb without parked cars hindering their progress. We all know how bad the streets can get when the plows can’t keep streets free of compacted snow ruts, ice accumulations, frozen slush, and snow piles and cars being parked partially in traffic. It’s like being bounced around while 4-wheeling on an unmaintained logging trail and maneuvering around fallen trees.  We all like plowed roads that are safe to travel on.

How to determine the date and which side of the street to park (Date at 2 a.m. = even or odd side).
There are 3 important numbers to remember. The first number is the date, second is the time and thirdly are building numbers. According to the Ordinance, 2 a.m. is the time that determines the date, not 5 p.m., 6 p.m., or 7 p.m. when you might be parking your car for the night, but 2 a.m. the following day.

Here is an example: the date is the 10th when you park your car in the evening before midnight but when it becomes 2 a.m. it is now the following day with a date of the 11th so your vehicle should be parked on the odd side of the street. Remember when parking your vehicle overnight on the street the date changes after midnight and the restriction goes into effect at 2 a.m.

Here is an equations that might help in determining which side of the street to park on: Date at 2 a.m. = even or odd side parking.

The Ordinance and Fine.
Sec. 44-124. - Parking restricted or prohibited.
d) Night restricted parking. After the hour of 2:00 a.m. and before 6:00 a.m., motor vehicles or any other type of vehicle shall be parked on even-numbered calendar dates on the side of the street where the dwellings are even-numbered and on days having odd-numbered calendar dates on the side of the street having odd-numbered dwellings. This provision shall be effective between November 1 and April 1 following each year. The effective calendar date shall be determined as of the date at 2:00 a.m. The provisions of this subsection shall apply to all streets in the city except as otherwise specified herein.

The fine is $15.00 to $20.00 after 5 days.

Honorable Judge Flock

Tomah Municipal Court
819 Superior Avenue
(second floor)
Tomah, WI  54660
Phone: (608) 374-7425

** Please remember, no weapons are allowed in the Courtroom **

Upcoming Tomah Municipal Holiday Court Calendar:

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Tomah Municipal Court
Municipal Court is held at the City Hall at 819 Superior Avenue. All traffic and adult initial court appearances in Tomah Municipal Court will begin at 3:00 PM. Juvenile related offenses (other than traffic) will begin at 3:30 PM. Trials will still continue to be held at 2:00 PM on the last Wednesday of each month. If you were issued a citation, your citation will either be marked "appearance required" or "appearance NOT required". If your citation is marked "appearance NOT required", you do not have to attend court, however you must either pay the fine prior to the court date or notify the court you wish to plead not guilty and have a trial date set. If you fail to pay or appear you will be found guilty by default, and a warrant will be issued and/or your license to drive will be suspended.

Any questions about the Municipal Court should be directed to the Clerk of Courts at (608) 374-7425.


By Mail:
Tomah Municipal Court
819 Superior Ave
Tomah, WI 54660
In Person:
Tomah Municipal Court
819 Superior Ave
Tomah, WI 54660

Drop Box:
After hour payments can be made in the drop box in front of the building.

Credit Card:
MasterCard or Visa payments are also accepted in person.  By internet through the Gov Pay Net website at , or by phoning 1-866-370-9574, you will need your citation number or case number, bond amount and payment location code for Tomah Municipal Court of 5008. ( PLC: 5008 for Muni Court Fines and Payments )

If you have an outstanding fine(s) owed to the Municipal Court, you could be subject to suspension of your driver's license.  In addition, the court does issue ARREST WARRANTS for outstanding fines. The City also has the authority to have past due amounts withheld from any State Tax refund check that you may having coming to you.  Please contact the Court Office today to make payment arrangements.

Contact the Clerk of Courts, Janice Nicholson , at the above phone number for additional questions or concerns.
"Move Over" For Stopped Emergency Vehicles
Drivers must provide a safety zone for stopped law  enforcement, emergency and maintenance vehicles.

To help safeguard law enforcement officers, emergency responders, road maintenance workers, and others who work on the side of highways, Wisconsin has a "Move Over Law."

The law requires drivers to shift lanes or slow down in order to provide a "safety zone" for a squad car, ambulance, fire truck,  tow truck, utility vehicle, or highway maintenance vehicle that is stopped on the side of a road with its warning lights flashing.

Drivers have two options for creating a safety zone:
- If the road has more than one directional lane, like the Interstate, and you can switch lanes safely, you must move over to vacate the lane closest to the law enforcement or other vehicle with its lights flashing.
- If the road has a single directional lane or you can't safely move over, you must reduce your speed.

​Failure of motorists to move over is one of the reasons that motor vehicle crashes kill more law enforcement officers on duty than any other cause.
Wisconsin Child Safety Seat Laws
For more information, contact Officer Marshall at MMARSHALL@TOMAHPOLICE.COM or 608-374-7414.
Wisconsin Crime Alert Network
03-13-12: The Tomah Police Department has recently joined the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network. Information from law enforcement will come right to your email, cell phone text, or fax machine, in real time when you need it most. The Wisconsin Crime Alert Network is used for: Crime Prevention, Finding Stolen Property, Identifying Suspects, Locating Missing Persons, Notifying public about Police Action. All Alerts are TIMELY, RELEVANT, and ACTIONABLE for the recipient. If you are interested in joining, or for more information, please visit the link below for more details.