(1) FALSE FIRE ALARM. No person may
intentionally give a false fire alarm, whether by means of a fire alarm system
(2) FALSE 911
TELEPHONE SYSTEM CALL. No person may make an emergency call by dialing 911 for
police, medical or ambulance service, whether or not conversation ensues,
knowing that no emergency exists.
(3) IMPERSONATING A POLICE OFFICER. No person
may impersonate a police officer or peace officer.
(4) RESISTING AN OFFICER. No person may
resist, or in any way interfere with any police officer in the discharge of his
or her duty.
(5) HINDERING AN
OFFICER. No person may in any manner assist any person that is in the custody
of any police officer to escape or attempt to escape from such custody, or
shall rescue or attempt to rescue any person in police custody.
(6) OBSTRUCTING OFFICER. No person may
knowingly give false information to a police officer with intent to mislead the
officer in the performance of his or her duty.
OBSTRUCTING EMERGENCY OR RESCUE
(a) No person may knowingly
obstruct any emergency medical personnel in the performance of duties relating
to an emergency or rescue.
this subsection, "emergency medical personnel" means an emergency medical
technician licensed under s.
256.15, Stats., police officer
or fire fighter, or other person operating or staffing an ambulance or an
authorized emergency vehicle.
ESCAPE FROM POLICE CUSTODY.
(a) No person in custody, pursuant to a legal
arrest, shall intentionally escape or attempt to escape from custody.
(b) In this subsection, "escape" means to
leave in any manner without lawful permission or authority.
Wis. Admin. Code
Cr. Register, September,
1996, No. 489, eff. 10-1-96; correction in (7) (b) made under s.
13.92(4) (b) 7,
Stats., Register March 2013 No. 687.