Officers Of The First Quarter - 2016

Mishawaka Chief of Police Ken Witkowski has announced Detective Matthew Porter, assigned to the Investigative Division, Special Victim’s Unit and Pfc. Jennifer Wilson, assigned to the Uniform Division, Midnight Shift as recipients of the Mishawaka Police Department’s “Officers of the First Quarter - 2016.”

Fallen Officers Blood Drive June 15th

The Mishawaka Police Department is proud to partner with The South Bend Medical Foundation in hosting this year’s Fallen Officers Blood Drive. One donation saves the lives of three people right here in our community.

Please join us in honoring our fellow officers by donating blood on Wednesday, June 15th from 10:00am-4:00pm. The blood donation will take place at the Mishawaka Police Department, 200 N. Church St. in Mishawaka.

Click on the image below to sign up.

Woodward To Succeed Retiring Fire Chief Freeman

Mayor Dave Wood has appointed Mishawaka Fire Battalion Chief Bryon Woodward to succeed Dale Freeman as Fire Chief of the Mishawaka Fire Department. Freeman will retire on June 13, 2016 after a 36-year career with the Mishawaka Fire Department, having served the last 19 years as Fire Chief.

Pawlowski Named 2015 Officer of the Year

Mishawaka Police Chief Ken Witkowski has named Detective Lt. Robert Pawlowski as the recipient of the Mishawaka Police "Officer of the Year" award for 2015. "Lt. Pawlowski has proven to be an outstanding officer," commented Chief Witkowski. "His accomplishments and actions over the course of the year and beyond reflect highly upon him and the Mishawaka Police Department." 

Learn more about Mishawaka Utilities Electric Division's participation in the Tree Line USA program.