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Law Enforcement Alerts


Law enforcement agencies are required by Wis. Stat. § 961.37 to submit reports based on "reasonable suspicion" or "belief" under the following circumstances:

  • When an officer suspects that a person violated the Controlled Substances Act with a prescription drug (such as diversion or unlawful possession)
  • When the person is suspected of having experienced a fatal or non-fatal opioid-related overdose
  • When the person reports to the agency that his or her controlled substance prescription has been stolen
The requirement went into effect on March 18, 2016. An alert does not necessarily mean that the individual was arrested, convicted, or is guilty of any violation of law.

Information on opioid use disorder, opioid-related hospitalizations, drug-related deaths and related resources can be found on the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website.

Law Enforcement Alerts by County

Data current through: 08/18/2019
Law Enforcement Alerts Submitted
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Data current through: 08/18/2019
Law Enforcement Alerts Submitted, by Alert Type


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Data current through: 08/18/2019