Community Corrals

Community Corrals"Community Corrals" are informal meet and greets with the largest members of the Madison Police Department.

Part of having a safer community starts with simply getting to know your neighbors. The horses are a great way to "break the ice" and let people interact in a positive way-both with each other and with the police. By being an extra set of eyes-and-ears, your neighbors play an integral part in crime prevention.

Corrals are scheduled during the week at any City of Madison neighborhood location. The unit is available Tuesday-Thursday for afternoon or early evening visits, April-November.

To schedule, complete and email the Community Corral Appearance Request.

If you have any questions about Community Corrals, contact Officer Sarah Mulry of the Madison Police Mounted Patrol Unit.

For more information, visit Madison Mounted Horse Patrol or Find us on Facebook!