Welcome from Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen...
Thank you for visiting the Wisconsin Department of Justice. We exist to protect public safety and to serve the people of this great state. It is my honor, as your Attorney General, to stand alongside the outstanding men and women of law enforcement, and those who prosecute crime, as we carry out this mission.
Drop Off Your Unwanted Rx Drugs at the Upcoming Take-Back Day
The next National Prescription Drug “Take-Back” Day is Sat., Sept. 27, from 10 am to 2 pm. Anyone may drop off their unused, unwanted or expired Rx drugs at collection sites statewide. The “Take-Back” service is free and anonymous.
Registration is Open for 2014 Public Records, Open Meetings Laws Seminars
AG Van Hollen invites anyone who’s interested to register to attend upcoming DOJ seminars on the public records and open meetings laws. Pre-registration is required, and early registration is recommended because space will be limited.
Attorney General Van Hollen Introduces New Website Dedicated to Medical Forensics
In April, AG Van Hollen announced a new DOJ website dedicated to facilitating training and technical assistance for professionals who practice medical forensics. Healthcare professionals are among the first to come to the aid of sexual assault victims.
Sign Up Now to Receive Crime Alerts at No Cost
AG Van Hollen is pleased to announce that anyone can subscribe to receive Crime Alerts through the statewide Crime Alert Network at no cost. Law enforcement issue alerts by fax, e-mail or text to individuals and business owners to keep them informed on crime in their communities.