Law Enforcement Bulletin

					               J. B. VAN HOLLEN
               Attorney general



                     March 5, 2010




               Law

      Enforcement

           Bulletin

WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                             VOL. LXII, NO. 3
                                    STATE OF WISCONSIN - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
                                            17 W. Main Street, P.O. Box 7857
                                            Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7857

                              J.B. Van Hollen                                  Attorney General
                              Raymond P. Taffora                               Deputy Attorney General

Kevin St. John, Special Assistant Attorney General for Public Affairs and Policy            608/266-1221     stjohnkm@doj.state.wi.us



DIVISION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES
         Gary H. Hamblin, Administrator                                      608/266-7751              hamblingh@doj.state.wi.us

          CRIME INFORMATION BUREAU
              Walt Neverman, Director                                        608/266-7314              nevermanwm@doj.state.wi.us
                   TIME Control Center 608/266-7633

          TRAINING AND STANDARDS BUREAU
              Ken Hammond, Director                                          608/266-8800              hammondkf@doj.state.wi.us

          CRIME LABORATORY-MADISON
              4626 University Avenue, Madison, WI 53705-2156
              Lou Wilcynski, Acting Director                                 608/266-2031              wilcynskilw@doj.state.wi.us

          CRIME LABORATORY-MILWAUKEE
              1578 South 11th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204-2860
              Jana L. Champion, Director                                     414/382-7500              championjl@doj.state.wi.us

          CRIME LABORATORY-WAUSAU
              7100 Stewart Avenue, Wausau, WI 54401-8410
              Lou Wilcynski, Acting Director                                 715/845-8626              wilcynskilw@doj.state.wi.us



DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
         Tina Virgil, Acting Administrator                                   608/266-1671              virgiltr@doj.state.wi.us
                                                                     24 Hour Answering Service

          ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES BUREAU
              Tina Virgil, Director & State Fire Marshal                     608/266-1671              virgiltr@doj.state.wi.us
                 Technical Services Unit                                     608/266-1671
                       Joell Schigur, SAC                                                              schigurje@doj.state.wi.us

          FIELD OPERATIONS BUREAU
               David L. Spakowicz, Director                                  608/266-1671              spakowiczdl@doj.state.wi.us

          GAMING ENFORCEMENT BUREAU
              Robbie Lowery, Director                                        608/266-1671              loweryrr@doj.state.wi.us

          INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES BUREAU
              David S. Matthews, Director                                    608/266-1671              matthewsds@doj.state.wi.us
                 WI Clearinghouse for Missing & Exploited Children           608/266-1671              wimissingkids@doj.state.wi.us
                      Susan WhiteHorse, Manager                                                        whitehorsesa@doj.state.wi.us

          WISCONSIN STATEWIDE INTEL CENTER
              SAC                                                            608/266-1671              wsic@doj.state.wi.us



DIVISION OF LEGAL SERVICES
         Kevin Potter, Administrator                                         608/266-0332              potterkc@doj.state.wi.us

          MEDICAID FRAUD CONTROL UNIT
              Thomas L. Storm, Director                                      608/266-9222              stormtl@doj.state.wi.us

          CRIMINAL LITIGATION AND ANTITRUST UNIT
              Roy Korte, Director                                            608/267-1339              korterr@doj.state.wi.us
                   Consumer Protection



OFFICE OF CRIME VICTIM SERVICES 17 W. Main Street, P.O. Box 7951, Madison, WI 53707-7951
        Janice Cummings, Executive Director                      608/266-0109            cummingsjl@doj.state.wi.us
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            TABLE OF CONTENTS



           Message From the Attorney General........................................................................................................2
           2010 Attorney General’s Working Summit on Public Safety ..................................................................3
           Legal Points..............................................................................................................................................5
           Training & Standards Bureau News –
               Updated Directory.............................................................................................................................7
               2010 New Chiefs Seminar ................................................................................................................7
           FBI Officers Killed ..................................................................................................................................8
           Conference Calendar................................................................................................................................9
              Vehicular Homicide Conference.......................................................................................................9
              Crimes Against Children in Indian Country ...................................................................................10
              Together for Children Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect ....................................................11
           Submit Your Employment Opportunities On-Line ................................................................................12
           Employment Opportunities...........................................................................................................................12




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                             MESSAGE FROM
                             THE ATTORNEY GENERAL


Dear Law Enforcement Official:

        The TIME System, managed by the Crime Information Bureau of the Division of Law
Enforcement Services, is a well known tool to law enforcement. It is used approximately 150,000 times a
day all across the state. As law enforcement officers, you’ve become accustomed to the on-the-spot
information it provides. It’s become essential to your work. There are some capabilities of the TIME
System, however, that are not widely utilized.

         The Identity Theft File of the TIME System allows officers to submit the information of identity
theft victims into a national FBI database – the National Crime Information Center Identity Theft File.
This information is then used to “flag” stolen identities and identify the imposter when he/she is
encountered. In a time where fear of becoming a victim of identity theft is widespread and well-founded,
any tool used to combat it is appreciated.

        The Gang File is another underutilized tool of the TIME System. This file has been designed to
provide law enforcement personnel with identifying information about violent criminal gangs and the
members of those groups. Information in the gang file serves to warn officers of the potential danger
posed by gang affiliated violent individuals.

        These resources were designed to help us serve as a resource to local law enforcement.
Government’s first priority is public safety. To better utilize what we already have is a priority for me at
the Wisconsin Department of Justice.

                                                          Sincerely,



                                                          J.B. Van Hollen
                                                          Wisconsin Attorney General




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                      2010 Attorney General’s Summit on Public Safety 
                                                         

                                Caring for Cops: 
                    The Challenges of a Hazardous Profession 
                                                 
                                                 

               Tuesday evening, June 15, through Thursday afternoon, June 17, 2010
                                   Chula Vista, Wisconsin Dells


Four police officers gunned down in a Sunday morning ambush at a coffee shop. The
Pierce County, Washington, Sheriff’s Department provided the initial response and served as the
lead investigative agency. Command staff from the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department will talk
about what they found at the coffee shop and how they identified the shooting suspect. They
will also discuss the aftermath of the shootings – how their officers are dealing with the deaths
of the Lakewood officers along with the loss one of their own deputies who was killed
responding to a domestic less than a month after the coffee shop slayings.

Statistics show that every 24 hours an officer will die from suicide...A law enforcement
officer is more likely to die from suicide than a homicide. Donna Schulz, Law Enforcement
Coordination Manager with the US Attorney’s Office in Tampa, Florida, will share her unique
experience. In addition, Ms. Schulz will outline the steps law enforcement agencies can take to
help prevent officer suicides.

The 2010 Summit will also include presentations on the Heroin Epidemic in Wisconsin and
Tactics for Psychological Survival in Law Enforcement. Assistant Attorney General Dave
Perlman will provide an overview of recent court cases that impact law enforcement. A detailed
agenda will be available in the April Bulletin.

The cost of the Summit is $50.00 per participant. All Summit materials and meals are included
in the registration fee. Attendance at the Summit qualifies for 12 hours of the annual
recertification training required by the Law Enforcement Standards Board.


REGISTER:          On-line registration is available on WILENET (www.wilenet.org) or you can
                   complete and mail-in the registration form that follows.


LODGING:           Lodging reservations should be made directly with the Chula Vista at
                   800/388-4782 or 608/254-8366. Room rates of $70/single or
                   $92/double are available to attendees. A 2-bedroom/2-bath condo is
                   available at a reduced rate of $199.00 per night. Ask for the Attorney
                   General’s Summit rates when registering. Lodging is limited so make your
                   reservation early.

                               BRING THE FAMILY
                  Double rooms ($92) include 6 waterpark passes.
         Additional waterpark passes also available with condo reservations.


For additional information,          contact   Sharon       Miemietz   at   608/266-7380         or
miemietzsk@doj.state.wi.us.

                                                                                         (Cont . . .)

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                 Attorney General’s Working Summit on Public Safety
                                                        June 15-17, 2010
                                                    Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin


                                                        MAIL REGISTRATION
 Last Name                                                      First Name                                                     Middle Initial



 Title                                                                    Agency



 Mailing Address (Street/P.O.Box)                                         City, State, Zip



 Phone Number                                                             E-mail Address



 Payment Type (check one)

            __________ Check              __________ Purchase Order (# ____________________)



                                                     The registration fee is $50

 A check made payable to the Wisconsin Department of Justice or a Purchase Order number must
 accompany this registration form. Submit the completed registration form and payment by June 11 to:

                       Sharon Miemietz
                       AG’s Working Summit
                       P.O. Box 7070
                       Madison, WI 53707-7070
                       Phone: 608/266-7380
                       Fax: 608/266-7869




         The general Department of Justice mailing address is P.O. Box 7857, Madison, Wisconsin, 53707-7857. Offices are
         physically located at 17 W. Main Street, Madison, Wisconsin.

         Address all correspondence to: Editor, Law Enforcement Bulletin, P.O. Box 7857, Madison, WI 53707-7857, phone
         608/266-5710, fax 608/266-1656, davisonde@doj.state.wi.us. The deadline for all submissions is the 15th of the
         month prior to the month of publication.

         The matter contained in this bulletin is intended for use and information of all those involved in the criminal justice system.
         Nothing contained herein is to be construed as an official opinion or expression of policy by the Attorney General, the
         Department of Justice, or any other law enforcement official of the State of Wisconsin unless expressly so indicated.




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                                                            The officers asked the defendant for identification
                                    LEGAL                   and a routine check revealed the defendant had a
                                                            suspended license. The defendant also had a prior
                                    POINTS                  record of being adjudicated delinquent for a drug-
                                                            related felony two years earlier as a juvenile. The
                                                            police then activated the menus of the cell phone,
                                                            opened the image gallery and scrolled through it, and
         If you have any comments regarding Legal Points,   saw images showing illegal drugs, firearms, and large
         please contact Dave Perlman, Assistant Attorney
                                                            amounts of US currency. While the police were
         General, P.O. Box 7070, Madison, WI 53707-
         7070, 608/266-1420, fax: 608/266-7869.             examining the cell phone, the cell phone rang and the
                                                            police answered the call pretending to be the
                                                            defendant. The caller proceeded to attempt to
                                                            purchase cocaine.

State v. Jermichael Carrroll                                Two days later the police sought a search warrant for
Decided by the Wisconsin Supreme Court-                     the cell phone using both the contents of the phone
February 3rd, 2010                                          call and the content of their search of the image
                                                            gallery as their probable cause.

Issue:
                                                            The Defendant’s Argument:
This case deals with a search of a cell phone and
raises several questions but unfortunately provides         The defendant argued that the evidence generated
fewer answers and direction than we had hoped.              from the search warrant should have been suppressed
Specifically the case holds that cell phones can be         since the police should not have seized his cell
seized on site if there are probable cause and exigent      phone. The defendant continued that even if the
circumstances. Also the case holds that if a cell           original seizure was permissible the police should not
phone rings while in police custody the police may          have scrolled through the images and should not have
answer the phone under the exigent circumstance             answered the phone.
doctrine. Also on a positive note the case clearly
holds that there is a strong nexus between drug
trafficking and cell phones. Unfortunately the case         The State’s Argument:
offers little guidance on the critical issue of whether a
cell phone can be searched incident to an arrest.           The state argued that the seizure was permissible
                                                            since the police did not know what the object was
                                                            and under the totality of the circumstances the police
Facts:                                                      had the right as a safety measure to tell the defendant
                                                            to drop the object and then had the right to pick it up
Two police officers were conducting surveillance on         and see what it was. Then the police saw in plain
a residence as part of an armed robbery investigation.      view the picture of the defendant with a marijuana
The police observed a white Ford Escort leave the           image and that gave them probable cause to scroll
residence, slow down as it passed the squad car and         through the images as well as to answer the cell when
then speed away. The officers attempted to catch up         it rang while it was in police custody.
with the Escort and reached 65 miles per hour on
residential streets with speed limits of 25 miles per
hour. Eventually the defendant pulled the Escort to an      The Wisconsin Supreme Court Holding:
abrupt stop in a gas station lot and got out of the car
while holding an object in his hands.                       The Supreme Court agreed in part with the state and
                                                            in part with the defendant but ultimately ruled that
The officers could not identify what the defendant          the evidence generated by the search warrant was
was holding so one of the officers drew his weapon          admissible.
and ordered the defendant to drop the object on the
ground, which the defendant did. The officers then          The Supreme Court held that under the
handcuffed the defendant. The officers then retrieved       circumstances, the chase, the original armed robbery
the dropped object which was a flip-styled cell             surveillance, and the defendant’s behavior in jumping
phone. The cell phone was lying on the open ground          out of his car, the police were entitle to pat-down the
and displayed an image on its face of the defendant         defendant and telling the defendant to drop the object
smoking a long thin brown cigar like object that
looked like a marijuana image.
                                                                                                        (Cont . . . )


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he was holding is consistent with a pat- down. Then         Hypotheticals:
the Court reasoned the police saw the incriminating
image of the defendant in plain view on the face of         Under “Carroll” I submit the following hypotheticals
the cell phone. However, the court also ruled that          and my thoughts as to their resolution.
even though the police now had probable cause to
believe the cell contained evidence of drug                     1) Defendant arrested for a warrant on failure
trafficking they should not have scrolled through the              to pay child support, Cell phone found on
images because they did not have exigent                           his person.
circumstances. The Supreme Court opined that since                 Can’t search the phone as a S.I.A. under
the police now had the phone in their custody they                 Gant as there is no reason to believe there is
had the time to get a search warrant before scrolling              evidence in the phone that supports the
through the phone.                                                 arrest. No other theory other than consent to
                                                                   search phone since there is no probable
However, the Court held that when the cell phone                   cause.
rang the police could answer the call on exigent
circumstances since any evidence the call might                 2) Defendant arrested on a drug charge. Can
reveal would likely not be around to be found after a              search the phone as an S.I.A. under Gant but
warrant is procured. Unfortunately the Court did not               not clear whether you can search it S.I.A.
address whether the scrolling of the cell phone could              under Carroll. The problem is that you have
be justified as a search incident to an arrest theory but          probable cause to believe the phone contains
did incorporate some language that might suggest                   drug evidence but since you can seize the
they would not be keen on the application of this                  phone and get a warrant you are missing
doctrine for searches of cell phones found on arrested             exigent circumstances. The safest course
people.                                                            therefore is to seize and get a warrant. If the
                                                                   phone is searched S.I.A. then perhaps an
                                                                   argument might be made that the evidence
Practical Application:                                             somehow could be destroyed from a remote
                                                                   source or that Carroll did not specifically
In a most narrow sense this case stands for the                    answer this question leaving it open to
principle that the police can answer a cell phone                  interpretation.
seized from a defendant that rings while in police
custody under the probable cause and exigent                    3) Defendant arrested for a non-drug matter
circumstance doctrine. However, this would likely                  and like in Carroll evidence develops
only be true when the police already have evidence                 supporting probable cause for drug activity.
suggesting drug involvement. Now while this is nice                Then under Carroll seize the phone and get a
this situation does not come up much.                              search warrant
A second useful point is that the court felt the picture
of the defendant with a marijuana image to be very          This case was just decided and we will have to see
significant and seemed to think that this fact was          how it plays out in practice and in the courts. The
sufficient to think the phone had evidence of drug          good news is the case gives nice guidance in getting
activity. Also the court made clear that there is a         probable cause for a search warrant for a phone but
strong nexus between drug trafficking and cell              does not help at all in trying to extend the search
phones which makes this case useful for getting             incident to arrest doctrine in supporting warrantless
                                                            searches of cell phones found on the person of the
probable cause for a search warrant for a cell phone.
                                                            defendant.
However, the case offers no guidance on the long
standing issue of whether a cell phone can be
searched incident to arrest. My take is that it is likely
that it can not be since if the arrest is for a non-drug
matter you couldn’t SIA the phone under “Gant” and
if it is for drugs then you have the probable cause to
take the safer route of seizing the phone and then
procuring a search warrant for the phone.




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                     Training & Standards
                     Bureau News
                                               UPDATED DIRECTORY

          The Law Enforcement Directory has been updated and is available for download from WILENET.
          The Directory now comes in two forms. One is a PDF file (Adobe Acrobat) and the other is a
          CSV file. A CSV (Comma Separated Value) file can be imported into a word processor,
          spreadsheet, or database where the data can be sorted and/or filtered to your agencies need (e.g.
          labels for mailings, list of fax numbers for agencies in your region, etc.). If you have any changes
          or corrections to the directory please e-mail Richard Williams at williamsrp@doj.state.wi.us or
          mail to Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau, P.O. Box 7070,
          Madison, WI 53707-7070.


                                             2010 NEW CHIEFS SEMINAR

Congratulations to the twenty-five graduates of the just completed New Chiefs Training Seminar. The course,
offered annually to new police chiefs and sheriffs, is funded by a Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ)
specialized training grant as part of the department’s Career Development Training Program.

Leadership, budgeting, recruitment and labor relations were among the topics covered during the week-long event.
Many of the presenters are chiefs of police who previously completed a similar program. Participants also hear from
numerous state and federal agencies about the resources these groups have available to assist local law enforcement.

The 2010 graduates include:




First Row (L to R):                          Middle Row (L to R):                         Back Row (L to R):
Chief Robby Jaeger, Spring Valley PD         Chief Scott Lea, Three Lakes PD              Chief Gary Gulbrandson, UW-Superior PD
Chief Deputy Colin Severson, Buffalo Co SO   Chief Christopher Domagalski, Sheboygan PD   Sheriff Brian Schmidt, Price Co SO
Assistant Chief Mike Ruess, Lake Geneva PD   Chief Deputy Brigette Kornbroke,             Chief Louis Gouge,
OIC Jennifer Hanson, Balsam Lake PD           Sawyer Co SO                                 Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Police
Chief Roberto Obong, VA Police-Tomah         Chief Brian Reedy, New Holstein PD           Chief Russell Jack, Waukesha PD
Chief Steve Johnson, Norwalk-Wilton PD       Acting Chief Adrian Bump, Horicon PD         Chief Lowell James, Black Creek PD
Chief Harry Barger, Brooklyn PD              Chief Scott Marquardt, UW-Platteville PD     Chief Matthew Broehm, Elmwood PD
                                             Chief Jeffrey Schlueter, New London PD       Chief Gary Pemrich, Gillett PD
                                             Chief Wally Sparks, Everest Metro PD         Chief Norm Jacobs, Beloit PD
                                             Chief James Rohr, Fox Lake PD
                                                                                          Not pictured: Chief Robert Brandenburg,
                                                                                           Lac Du Flambeau Tribal Police

For additional information about the Career Development Training Program contact Sharon Miemietz,
miemietzsk@doj.state.wi.us or 608/266-7380.


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                             FBI                         These statistics represent preliminary information
                                                         received by the FBI, January through December
                          OFFICERS                       2009: Forty-eight law enforcement officers have
                                                         been killed due to criminal actions. During the
                           KILLED                        same time period in 2008, 41 officers were slain.
                                                         Twenty-one deaths occurred in the south, 13 in the
These statistics represent preliminary information       west, seven in the northeast, five in the midwest,
received by the FBI, January 2010: Three law             and two deaths occurred in Puerto Rico.
enforcement officers have been killed due to criminal    Circumstances involving the 48 slain officers are as
actions. During the same time period in 2009, one        follows: fourteen were ambushed, eight were
officer was slain. One death occurred in the south,      performing traffic pursuits/stops, five officers were
                                                         involved in tactical situations, six were answering
one in the west, and one in the northeast.               disturbance calls (two being domestic-related), five
Circumstances involving the three slain officers are     were slain while attempting other arrests, four
as follows: one was answering domestic disturbance       officers were involved in tactical situations, four
call, one was performing traffic pursuit/stop, and one   were investigating suspicious persons or
officer was slain while attempting other arrest.         circumstances, three were responding to robbery
Firearms were used in all three of the killings (one     calls, two were transporting prisoners, one was
handgun and two rifles. One of the three officers was    responding to a burglary call, and one officer was
wearing protective vest. There have been three           handling person with mental illness. Firearms were
separate incidents in which these three officers have    used in 45 of the 48 killings (28 handguns, 15
been slain. All of the three incidents have been         rifles, and two shotguns), and three officers were
                                                         killed with vehicles. Thirty-five officers were
cleared by arrest or exceptional means. Four law         wearing protective vests. There have been 37
enforcement officers have been accidentally killed.      separate incidents in which these 48 officers have
During the same time period in 2009, eight officers      been slain. Thirty-six of the 37 incidents have been
were accidentally killed. Three deaths occurred in       cleared by arrest or exceptional means. Forty-six
the south and one in the northeast. Three officers       law enforcement officers have been accidentally
were killed in automobile accidents and one was          killed. During the same time period in 2008, 68
killed in motorcycle accident.                           officers were accidentally killed. Twenty-one
                                                         deaths occurred in the south, 12 in the west, seven
                Incident Summaries                       in the midwest, and six in the northeast. Thirty-
                                                         three officers were killed in automobile accidents,
                                                         six were struck by vehicles, three were killed in
Mishawaka Police Department, Indiana, Veteran            motorcycle accidents, two were accidentally shot,
Corporal, aged 42 with over seven years law              one was killed in an aircraft crash, and one officer
enforcement experience with agency, was fatally          was struck by a falling tree limb.
injured on 01/09/2010. At approximately 9 p.m.,
Corporal was responding to assist call from another
officer who was pursuing subject vehicle. Subject,
traveling southbound, approached intersection,           shooting incident, HCSO issued BOLO and informed
swerved around stopped vehicle and came veering          other law enforcement agencies located along coastal
toward Corporal’s patrol unit. Attempting to avoid       areas of west Florida to be on alert for subject driving
collision, Corporal turned patrol unit to right,         van with Colorado plates. At about 4:30 p.m., after
however, patrol unit was struck by subject’s vehicle.    being followed for brief period of time in rural Dixie
Victim Corporal and his K-9 unit were both killed.       County, subject vehicle abruptly made u-turn in
Subject, still in vehicle, was apprehended at crash      downtown Cross City and pulled vehicle into parking
scene and transported to hospital where he was           lot of gas station. Upon approaching subject, DCSO
treated for injuries. Subject remains in custody and     Captain was giving verbal commands for subject to
has been charged with causing death while under          surrender when subject, armed with pistol, opened
influence, possession of controlled substance, felony    fire on Captain. Victim Captain was struck in jaw
DUI with prior DUI conviction, and driving while         area and was immediately incapacitated. Three other
suspended DUI.                                           deputies opened fire on subject. Victim Captain was
                                                         transported via life flight to hospital where he was
Dixie County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO), Florida,           pronounced dead at approximately 6:30 p.m. Subject
Veteran Captain, aged 33 with over 12 years law          remains hospitalized with condition unknown at this
enforcement experience with agency, was fatally shot     time. Charges are pending in Hernando County and
on 01/14/2010. At approximately 3 p.m., subject was      additional charges will be sought in death of Victim
involved in shooting deaths of two individuals and       Captain.
wounding of two other individuals in Hernando
County. According to Hernando County Sheriff’s           Gilbert Police Department, Arizona, Veteran
Office (HCSO), matter was domestic related and           Lieutenant, aged 42 with 16 years law enforcement
details released indicated subject was charged           experience with agency, was fatally shot. On
approximately one year earlier with assault and          01/28/2010, Lieutenant conducted traffic stop. About
violating protection order. Following discovery of       12 minutes after contact was made, at least one of
                                                         two occupants of stopped vehicle fatally shot Victim

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Lieutenant. Since incident was near Mesa and
Gilbert border, shots were heard by nearby Mesa
Police Department (MPD) officers. MPD officers
rendered aid to Victim Lieutenant and provided                 Additional details regarding these incidents are not
information that resulted in 50 to 60 mile chase of            available at this time. Should you wish to obtain
suspect vehicle. Fleeing in utility truck, subjects            information for condolence purposes, please contact
threw items from truck to damage or disable pursuing           your department’s Law Enforcement Online (LEO)
patrol vehicles. Ultimately, subjects were stopped.            representative.
Gunfight ensued leaving subjects wounded, although
no other law enforcement personnel were injured
during incident.




                             CONFERENCE CALENDAR

March 22-24, 2010          Vehicular Homicide Conference
                           Stevens Point, Wisconsin
                           Contact: Tara Jenswold-Schipper, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor,
                           jenswtm@doj.state.wi.us, or Tami Dzikowich, SPET Director, spet@doj.state.wi.us

April 6-8, 2010            Crimes Against Children in Indian Country
                           Green Bay, Wisconsin
                           Contact: Jason Sterling, 888/370-1752, sterling@fvtc.edu

April 19-20, 2010          Together for Children Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect
                           Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
                           Contact: www.preventcholdabusewi.org

May 10-21, 2010            DCI Death Investigation School
                           Green Lake, Wisconsin
                           Contact: Patty Kurdi, Training Coordinator, 608/266-9233

June 15-17, 2010           Attorney General’s Working Summit on Public Safety
                           Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
                           Contact: Sharon Miemietz, 608/266-7380


                          Registration Now Available on WILENET!

                                Vehicular Homicide Conference
                                       March 22-24, 2010
                               Holiday Hotel & Convention Center
                                    Stevens Point, Wisconsin
This training will provide law enforcement officers and prosecutors with the knowledge and skills necessary to
effectively and aggressively investigate and prosecute vehicular crash cases. The joint training approach will allow
both prosecutors and law enforcement to learn from one another and recognize and appreciate the challenges faced
by each discipline.

The conference will be sponsored by the Department of Justice’s Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor Program and
the Statewide Prosecutor Education and Training (SPET) Program, with grant funding provided by the Wisconsin
Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Safety.

Any questions regarding the conference can be directed to Tara Jenswold-Schipper, Traffic Safety Resource
Prosecutor, at jenswtm@doj.state.wi.us or Tami Dzikowich, SPET Director, at spet@doj.state.wi.

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                          5th Annual Multi-Disciplinary Approaches to

                                 Crimes Against Children
                                           in Indian Country
                                                  April 6-8, 2010
                        Radisson Hotel and Conference Center | Green Bay, Wisconsin

               Don’t Miss the Post-Conference Gang Training Opportunity on April 8 & 9!

 About the Conference                  Who Should Attend                              Conference Fee
 Our native youth are impacted by       • law enforcement personnel                   Register early! The cut-off date
 unique and challenging threats         • crime victim advocates and community        for early/late registration is on or
 that affect their physical and            service providers                          before March 12, 2010. The early
 emotional well-being at a rate         • judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys      fee is only $195/person. After
 many times higher than their non-         and court personnel                        03/12/10, the fee increases to
 native peers. Many times tribal        • employee assistance and social              $225/person. Registration fees
 communities do not have the               workers                                    include 2½ days of training,
 same access as other                   • school counselors, teachers, principals     program materials, instructional
 communities to the necessary              and superintendents                        costs, and refreshment breaks.
 resources for addressing these         • child protection advocates and service      Participants are responsible for
 threats. Attend this conference to        providers                                  costs and arrangements related
 learn about successful                 • probation/parole, correctional officers,    to meals, travel and lodging.
 approaches to combat serious              sex offender monitors, and re-entry
 issues that affect our youth such         staff                                      How to Register
 as:                                    • youth program coordinators, service
    • suicide and depression               organization staff, and peer counselors    To register, visit
   • school violence, bullying          • community leaders and concerned             www.fvtc.edu/CACIC and click on
     and gang activity                     citizens                                   Registration in the Quick Links
   • Internet and sexual predators                                                    section on the right side of the page.
   • domestic violence and             Training Location                              Reference the class numbers noted
     substance abuse                                                                  on the website when registering
   • historical, physical, and         Radisson Hotel & Conference Center             online. If you have questions
     emotional trauma                  2040 Airport Drive | Green Bay, WI 54313       regarding the online registration
                                       Reservations: (800) 395-7046                   process, or do not have Internet
 Since its inception in 2006, this     www.radisson.com/greenbaywi                    access, contact Nancy Ruddy at
 conference for tribal and non-                                                       (888) 370-1752 or email
 tribal service practitioners has      Conference attendees making                    cjgrants@fvtc.edu.
 addressed the challenges and          reservations on or before March 12,
 opportunities presented when          2010 will receive a special room rate of       Questions?
 working with youth in Indian          $70/single or $89/double (+ tax if             For questions about the conference,
 Country. Sessions are presented       applicable). To receive this rate,             contact Jason Sterling at (888) 370-
 by professionals experienced in       reference the room block Crimes                1752 or sterling@fvtc.edu.
 working with native youth.            Against Children.



                                              Post-Conference Training

                                             Native Youth Gangs
Dates and Times: April 8, 2010 (1:30 pm – 4:30 pm) and April 9, 2010 (8:00 am – 12:00 pm)
Fees: $50 if you also attend the Children’s Conference ($245 total); $75 if you only attend the Gang Training

Due to a high demand for training on Native Youth Gangs, a specialized training program is scheduled to follow the
Children’s Conference. This 7-hour training will provide an introduction to gang culture, describe how native youth are
being recruited and address the community’s response to gang activity. Learn how to make a difference in the lives of
native youth and protect your community from gang-related crime, violence, and drug trafficking.

Additional information on the Gang Training and the Children’s Conference is available at www.fvtc.edu/CACIC.



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                                               Register Now!

           Together for Children Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect

The 23rd annual Together for Children conference will be held on Monday, April 19, 2010 through Tuesday, April
20, 2010, at the Glacier Canyon Lodge and Conference Center (www.glaciercanyonlodge.com), Wisconsin Dells,
Wisconsin. Professionals whose work involves some aspect of child abuse and neglect, including investigation,
prosecution, prevention and treatment will have opportunities to learn from experts in the field and to network with
colleagues throughout the state. The conference will feature keynote presentations from:


        Brian Holmgren, JD, Assistant District Attorney General, Nashville Tennessee.
        Monday, April 19, Holmgren will give a keynote presentation titled "Critical Issues in the Investigation
        and Prosecution of Abusive Head Trauma Cases." In addition, he will present a standout session titled
        "Understanding and Utilizing Medical Information in the Investigation and Prosecution of Serious
        Physical Abuse and Child Homicide Cases."


        David H. Perlman, JD, Wisconsin Assistant Attorney General.
        Tuesday, April 20, Perlman will give a motivational keynote presentation titled "How to Recognize the
        Pressures and Rewards of Handling Child Abuse Cases."



                                       New this year - Online Registration:
                    To register for the conference, visit www.preventchildabusewi.org today!



Exhibit space is available at the conference.
Conference attendance is expected to exceed 400 people. Exhibit fees include one 8ft table, one chair, wireless
internet, continental breakfast, box lunch and refreshments for one person per day. Display space is also available
for free materials only.

              For exhibit fees and to reserve your spot today visit www.preventchildabusewi.org.



Hotel Information:
A block of sleeping rooms is being held at the reduced rate of $70.00 per night until March 20, 2010 at the
Wilderness Glacier Lodge and Conference Center, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. Be sure to mention the
“Together for Children Conference” when registering to receive the reduced rate. Tax exempt organizations must
provide your tax exempt identification number.          For more information call (800)867-9453 or visit
www.glaciercanyonlodge.com.




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                                            Submit Your Employment Opportunities On-Line
                                            The Department of Justice has automated the process of submitting an
                                            employment announcement for publication in the Law Enforcement Bulletin
                                            and posting on WILENET. The on-line submission form is on WILENET
                                            at www.wilenet.org. From the Welcome to WILENET page, click on
                                            Employment Opportunities then follow the link to submit an employment
                                            opportunity. This link is open to the public; no login or password is
                                            required.
                                            Agencies who wish to announce an employment opportunity should
                                            complete and submit the on-line form. The announcement will be stored in
                                            a database and will be immediately accessible by WILENET users.
                                            Announcements meeting the LEB publication deadline will be pulled from
                                            the database and printed in the bulletin each month.




                             EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The employment information contained below is also available via WILENET at www.wilenet.org. This information
is outside the secure area and can be viewed by anyone.


ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES                     Internet: www.co.calumet.wi.us. To          Email: rmmalasuk@greendalepolice.or
SUPERVISOR                                  obtain application materials: Visit         g. To obtain application
Calumet County Sheriff's Office,            www.co.calumet.wi.us. Note: Written         materials: Available at the Greendale
Chilton, WI Reason For                      exam; Oral interviews; Psychological        Police Department. Note: Oral
Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-           profile; Medical examination; Drug          interviews; Background investigation.
time. Responsibilities: This full-time      screening; Background investigation.
position directly supervises the E911       AA/ADA/EOE                                  CIVILIAN SERVICE EMPLOYEE
Dispatch/Records Management System                                                      (CSE)
and Clerical Staff; manages and             AUXILIARY POLICE OFFICER                    La Crosse Police Dept, La Crosse, WI
maintains the equipment and                 Greendale Police Department,                Reason For Announcement: Establish
recommends new modifications,               Greendale, WI Reason For                    Eligibility List, Full-time.
including managing the installation,        Announcement: Fill Vacancy,                 Responsibilities: Perform support
implementation and testing of new           Establish Eligibility List, Part-time.      functions such as parking ordinance
software. Salary & Benefits: $25.14 -       Responsibilities: This is a volunteer       enforcement, directing traffic, assisting
$31.74 per hour. Salary dependent on        Position. Auxiliary Officers ride squad     crossing guards, handling minor
qualifications. Wisconsin retirement        with the Officers, Work traffic control     assistance calls, preparing reports and
fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;     for events. Do community policing           performing clerical tasks as well as
Sick leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10;     assignment representing the Greendale       other duties. Salary & Benefits:
Clothing allowance; Deferred                police at local events. Applicants should   $15.42 per hour. Wisconsin retirement
compensation; Education incentive pay;      be available day and evening hours.         fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;
Vacation; On-site Fitness Center.           Salary & Benefits: $0.00 per hour.          Sick leave; Paid holidays - 11; Clothing
Qualifications: Bachelor degree -           Training is provided to qualified           allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred
Information Technology; Knowledge           applicants. . Qualifications: Minimum       compensation; Vacation; Voluntary
and skills in operating computer            age - 18; Driver license; Good driving      dental plan . Qualifications: U.S.
systems; Supervisory/Management             record; Good physical condition; No         citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver
Experience; Two to three years              felony convictions; No domestic abuse       license; Good driving record; Good
experience with computers,                  convictions; Good verbal and written        physical condition; 60 college credits;
communication or system development         communication skills; React quickly         Associate degree - police science
skills; three to five years public safety   and effectively to stressful situations;    preferred; No felony convictions; No
communications experience, two to           Able to work evenings, weekends, and        domestic abuse convictions; Good
three years of which should be              holidays; Clear and concise speech;         verbal and written communication
supervisory; or an equivalent               Ability to handle several tasks             skills; React quickly and effectively to
combination of education and                simultaneously; Ability to perform          stressful situations; Able to work
experience. Apply: 4:00 PM,                 essential functions of this position.       evenings, weekends, and holidays;
03/22/2010. Submit Agency                   Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit          Clear and concise speech; Ability to
Application. To Human Resource              DJ-LE-330, Agency Application. To           perform essential functions of this
Secretary Shelly Tyson, Calumet             Lieutenant Robert Malasuk, Greendale        position. Apply: Ongoing
County, 206 Court St., Chilton,             Police Department, 5911 W. Grange           Recruitment. Submit Agency
WI 53014, Phone: (920) 849-1611 Ext.        Ave, Greendale , WI 53129,                  Application. To City of La Crosse,
611, Fax: (920) 849-1475,                   Phone: (414) 423-2121, Fax: (414)           Human Resources Department, 400 La
Email: job@co.calumet.wi.us,                423-2119,                                   Crosse Street, La Crosse, WI 54601,

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Phone: (608) 789-7595, Fax: (608)           Responsibilities: This position              Deferred compensation; Vacation;
789-7598,                                   performs various functions including         Uniforms provided.
Internet: http://www.cityoflacrosse.org/    patrol, traffic law enforcement,             Qualifications: U.S. citizen; High
index.aspx?NID=498. To obtain               supervision of inmates, criminal             school diploma; No felony convictions;
application                                 investigations, court bailiff and serving    Good verbal and written communication
materials: http://www.cityoflacrosse.or     warrants and civil papers. Salary &          skills; React quickly and effectively to
g/index.aspx?NID=498. Note: Oral            Benefits: $40,676 - $70,549 per year.        stressful situations; Able to work
interviews; Medical examination; Drug       Wisconsin retirement fund; Health            evenings, weekends, and holidays;
screening; Background investigation; 3      insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;       Ability to keyboard/type words per
year Residency Requirement.                 Dental; Paid holidays - 12; Clothing         minute - 30; Knowledge and skills in
AA/ADA/EOE                                  allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred           operating computer systems; Clear and
                                            compensation; Education incentive pay;       concise speech; Ability to handle
DEPUTY SHERIFF                              Vacation; Paid bereavement leave,            several tasks simultaneously; Ability to
Wood County Sheriff's Office,               Undesireable Hours pay, Post                 perform essential functions of this
Wisconsin Rapids, WI Reason For             Employment Health Plan. Educational          position; Prior dispatch experience
Announcement: Fill Vacancy,                 incentive pay of up to 18% over base         preferred but not required. Apply:
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.      salary. Longevity pay of 3% to 12%           4:00 PM, 03/19/2010. Submit Agency
Responsibilities: Patrol-Deputy             over base salary. Qualifications: U.S.       Application. To Communications
Sheriff. Salary & Benefits: $44,387 -       citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver            Supervisor Lynn Schmidt, Germantown
$52,228 per year. Salary dependent on       license; Good driving record; Good           Police Department, PO BOX 96, N112
qualifications. Wisconsin retirement        physical condition; Eligibility for          W16877 Mequon Road, Germantown,
fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;     Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          WI 53022, Phone: (262) 253-7780,
Sick leave; Paid holidays - 10; Clothing    Board Certification; High school             Internet: www.germantownpolice.org.
allowance; Deferred compensation;           diploma; Ability to possess a firearm;       To obtain application materials: Go to
Education incentive pay; Vacation.          No felony convictions; No domestic           our websiite, in person at the
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Driver        abuse convictions; Vision correctable to     Germantown Police Department or by
license; Good driving record; Good          20/20; Good verbal and written               mailing self-addressed stamped ($.61)
physical condition; Eligibility for         communication skills; Able to work           envelope. Note: Oral interviews;
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards         evenings, weekends, and holidays;            Medical examination; Drug screening;
Board Certification; High school            Ability to perform essential functions of    Background investigation; Written
diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to     this position; Ability to use all standard   exam and keyboarding test may be
possess a firearm; No felony                law enforcement equipment; Must              given.
convictions; No domestic abuse              obtain a minimum of 60 college credits       EOE
convictions; Vision correctable to          within 5 years of hire date. Two years
20/20; Good verbal and written              full-time work, military or college          DISPATCHER/
communication skills; React quickly         experience. Apply: Ongoing                   TELECOMMUNICATOR
and effectively to stressful situations;    Recruitment. Submit Agency                   Wisconsin State Fair Park Police,
Able to work evenings, weekends, and        Application. To Deputy III Rick              Milwaukee, WI Reason For
holidays; Knowledge and skills in           Treadwell, Dane County Sheriff's             Announcement: Fill Vacancy,
operating computer systems; Clear and       Office, 115 W. Doty St., Madison,            Seasonal. Responsibilities: This
concise speech; Ability to handle           WI 53703, Phone: (608) 284-6174,             position involves answering the
several tasks simultaneously; Ability to    Email: treadwell@co.dane.wi.us,              telephone and dealing with the general
perform essential functions of this         Internet: www.danesheriff.com. To            public. Accurately dispatch
position; Ability to use all standard law   obtain application                           Police/Fire/EMS units and the operation
enforcement equipment; Education            materials: www.danesheriff.com ; E-          of a computer aided dispatch system,
requirement to be made by 6-1-2010.         mail request: treadwell@co.dane.wi.us;       teletype and radio equipment. Salary &
Apply: 6:00 PM, 04/12/2010. Submit          Phone request: (608) 284-6174.               Benefits: $10.00 per hour. Salary
Agency Application. To Clerical             Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;         dependent on qualifications.
Division, Wood County Sheriff's             Psychological profile; Medical               Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
Department, PO Box 8095, Wisconsin          examination; Vision examination; Drug        age - 20; Driver license; Good driving
Rapids, WI 54495-8095, Phone: (715)         screening; Background investigation;         record; Good physical condition; High
421-8715, Fax: (715) 421-8754,              State of Wisconsin Residency required        school diploma; No felony convictions;
Email: dlaude@co.wood.wi.us,                upon hire.                                   No domestic abuse convictions; Vision
Internet: www.tznet.com/wcsd. To            AA/EOE                                       correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and
obtain application materials: Contact                                                    written communication skills; Previous
Wood County Sheriff's Department.           DISPATCHER/                                  experience; React quickly and
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;        TELECOMMUNICATOR                             effectively to stressful situations; Able
Psychological profile; Medical              Germantown Police Dept, Germantown,          to work evenings, weekends, and
examination; Vision examination; Drug       WI Reason For Announcement: Fill             holidays; Ability to keyboard/type
screening; Background investigation;        Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-   words per minute - 30; Knowledge and
Residency required.                         time. Responsibilities: 4-2 schedule         skills in operating computer systems;
AA/ADA/EOE                                  including holidays and weekends. 8 1/2       Clear and concise speech; Ability to
                                            hours shifts. Wages based on 2009            handle several tasks simultaneously;
DEPUTY SHERIFF                              contract. Salary & Benefits: $17.38 -        Ability to perform essential functions of
Dane County Sheriff's Office, Madison,      $22.23 per hour. Wisconsin retirement        this position; Must be able to work
WI Reason For Announcement:                 fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;      during State Fair (Aug 5-15, 2010) and
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.      Sick leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 11;      available to work other events as

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needed. Must be able to meet               profile; Medical examination; Vision      Safety, this individual is responsible for
certification requirements as a TIME       examination; Drug screening;              receiving emergency and non-
system operator. Apply: 4:00 PM,           Background investigation; Residency       emergency calls; dispatching resources
04/30/2010. Submit Agency                  required.                                 according to public safety and fire
Application. To Lieutenant Robert          EOE                                       procedures; operating various dispatch
Gersonde, Wisconsin State Fair Park                                                  center equipment and maintaining
Police, 640 S 84th St, Milwaukee ,         DISPATCHER/                               required dispatch records. Salary &
WI 53214, Phone: (414) 266-7033,           TELECOMMUNICATOR                          Benefits: $17.87 per hour. Wisconsin
Email: Robert.Gersonde@wisconsin.go        Southeast Emergency Communications        retirement fund; Health insurance; Life
v. To obtain application                   (SEECOM), Crystal Lake, IL Reason         insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid
materials: Wisconsin State Fair Park       For Announcement: Fill Vacancy,           holidays - 11; Vacation.
Police Department. Note: Oral              Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.    Qualifications: Minimum age - 18;
interviews; Background investigation;      Responsibilities: Answering incoming      Driver license; Good driving record;
Residency required.                        emergency and routine assistance calls.   Good physical condition; High school
AA/ADA/EOE                                 Dispatch Police, Fire and EMS             diploma; No felony convictions; Good
                                           personnel. Operates and maintains radio   verbal and written communication
DISPATCHER/                                and telecommunications systems.           skills; Previous experience; React
TELECOMMUNICATOR                           Monitors Burglar and Fire Alarm           quickly and effectively to stressful
Kenosha City/County Joint Services,        System. Copy of complete job              situations; Ability to keyboard/type
Kenosha, WI Reason For                     description available with application.   words per minute - 40; Knowledge and
Announcement: Fill Vacancy,                Salary & Benefits: $38,937 - $41,700      skills in operating computer systems;
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.     per year. Health insurance; Life          Clear and concise speech; Ability to
Responsibilities: Operates telephones,     insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid       handle several tasks simultaneously;
computers, radios, and other electronic    holidays - 9; Deferred compensation;      Ability to perform essential functions of
communications equipment; gathers          Vacation; Illinois Municipal retirement   this position; See job responsibilities.
emergency and non-emergency                Fund. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;       Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit
information; dispatches appropriate law    Minimum age - 18; High school             Agency Application. To Milwaukee
enforcement and fire equipment.            diploma; No felony convictions; Good      Area Technical College, 700 West State
Complete job description available with    verbal and written communication          Street, M254, Milwaukee, WI 53233,
application. Salary & Benefits: $17.36     skills; Previous experience; React        Phone: (414) 297-6576, Fax: (414)
- $21.78 per hour. Salary dependent on     quickly and effectively to stressful      297-6727. To obtain application
qualifications. Wisconsin retirement       situations; Able to work evenings,        materials: http://matc.edu/student/resou
fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;    weekends, and holidays; Ability to        rces/Jobs.html. Note: Written exam;
Sick leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10;    keyboard/type words per minute - 35;      Oral interviews; Psychological profile;
Deferred compensation; Vacation; Paid      Knowledge and skills in operating         Medical examination; Physical
training, shift premium, and Emergency     computer systems; Clear and concise       fitness/agility screening.
Medical Dispatching premium in             speech; Ability to handle several tasks   AA/ADA/EOE
addition to base wage, Flexible            simultaneously; Ability to perform
Spending Accounts, Employee                essential functions of this position;     JAIL/CORRECTIONS OFFICER
Assistance Program, AFLAC insurance        Bilingual - desireable; Obtain CPR and    Wood County Sheriff's Office,
available. Qualifications: Minimum         Emergency Medical Dispatch                Wisconsin Rapids, WI Reason For
age - 18; High school diploma; No          Certification within 1 year of            Announcement: Establish Eligibility
felony convictions; Good verbal and        employment. Obtain LEADS                  List, Full-time. Responsibilities:
written communication skills; React        Certification within 1 year of            Responsibile for the care and custody of
quickly and effectively to stressful       employment. Apply: Ongoing                jail inmates, provides necessary health
situations; Able to work evenings,         Recruitment. Submit Resume, Agency        and welfare needs as required, attends to
weekends, and holidays; Knowledge          Application. To Jeannette Knowles-        the health, medical, and emotional
and skills in operating computer           Groh, Southeast Emergency                 needs of the inmates and maintains
systems; Clear and concise speech;         Communications, 100 W. Municipal          security and order in the jail. See job
Ability to handle several tasks            Complex, P.O. Box 597, Crystal Lake,      description for complete list of duties
simultaneously; Ability to perform         IL 60039-0597, Phone: (815) 356-          and responsibilities. Salary &
essential functions of this position;      2685, Email: jknowles-                    Benefits: $17.19 - $19.96 per hour.
Bilingual - Not required, but helpful;     groh@seecom911.org. To obtain             Wisconsin retirement fund; Health
Ability to data entry at 6200 keystrokes   application materials: email or           insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;
per hour with an accuracy rate of 95%.     telephone. Note: Written exam; Oral       Dental; Paid holidays - 10; Deferred
In lieu of high school diploma, we         interviews; Psychological profile;        compensation; Vacation.
accept G.E.D. Apply: Ongoing               Polygraph examination; Drug screening;    Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
Recruitment. Submit Agency                 Background investigation.                 age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
Application. To Personnel Assistant        EOE                                       record; Good physical condition; High
Bev Sebetic, Kenosha City/County Joint                                               school diploma; Ability to possess a
Services, 1000 55th Street, Room 100,      DISPATCHER/                               firearm; No felony convictions; No
Kenosha, WI 53140, Phone: (262)            TELECOMMUNICATOR                          domestic abuse convictions; Good
605-5050, Internet: www.kccjs.org. To      Milwaukee Area Technical College,         verbal and written communication
obtain application materials: visit        Milwaukee, WI Reason For                  skills; React quickly and effectively to
website for future notification:           Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-         stressful situations; Able to work
http://www.kccjs.org. Note: Written        time. Responsibilities: Under             evenings, weekends, and holidays;
exam; Oral interviews; Psychological       supervision of the Lieutenant, Public     Knowledge and skills in operating

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computer systems; Clear and concise           essential functions of this position.        Phone: (715) 758-2402, Fax: (715)
speech; Ability to handle several tasks       Apply: 4:00 PM, 04/16/2010. Submit           758-6841, Email:
simultaneously; Ability to perform            Resume, Agency Application. To               villagehall@villageofbonduel.com,
essential functions of this position;         Personnel Assistant Melissa Schwartz,        Internet: www.villageofbonduel.com.
Ability to use all standard law               Waupaca County, 811 Harding ST,              Note: Oral interviews; Psychological
enforcement equipment; One to two             Waupaca, WI 54981, Phone: (715)              profile; Drug screening; Background
years of additional schooling preferred.      258-6210,                                    investigation.
Must attend and successfully complete         Internet: www.co.waupaca.wi.us.              EOE
120-hour State Jail Certification             To obtain application materials:
Academy. Obtain and maintain                  www.co.waupaca.wi.us.                        POLICE OFFICER
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)           Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;         Mauston Police Department, Mauston,
and CIB Records and Operators                 Psychological profile; Medical               WI Reason For Announcement: Fill
certifications. Apply: 4:30 PM,               examination; Vision examination; Drug        Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-
03/19/2010. Submit Resume, Agency             screening; Background investigation;         time. Salary & Benefits: $38,086 per
Application. To Jail Administrator            Physical fitness/agility screening;          year. Wisconsin retirement fund;
Andreas Netz, Wood County Sheriff's           Applicants must submit a check or            Health insurance; Sick leave; Dental;
Department, P.O. Box 8095, Wisconsin          money order for $15.50 made payable          Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance;
Rapids, WI 54495-8095, Phone: (715)           to the Waupaca County Treasurer to           Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;
421-8715,                                     cover the cost of the written exam.          Vacation; Other benefits as provided by
Email: anetz@co.wood.wi.us. To                AA/ADA/EOE                                   collective bargaining agreement.
obtain application materials: Contact                                                      Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
the Wood County Sheriff's Dept. at 715-       POLICE CHIEF                                 age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
421-8715 and request an application           Bonduel Police Dept, Bonduel, WI             record; Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
packet. Note: Oral interviews;                Reason For Announcement: Fill                Enforcement Standards Board
Psychological profile; Medical                Vacancy, Full-time. Responsibilities:        Certification; High school diploma; 60
examination; Vision examination; Drug         Provides management and                      college credits; Preference will be given
screening; Background investigation;          administrative direction for the village's   to applicants who have 60 college
Return completed application materials        police department. Responsible for           credits and have successfully completed
to: Wood County Human Resources,              managing a staff of officers and the         Law Enforcement Academy training at
Attention: Angel Butler-Meddaugh,             departmental budget; directs and             time of application closing. All who
P.O. Box 8095, Wisconsin Rapids WI            performs various law enforcement             meet the minimum requirements are
54495-8095. **Wood County is                  activities. Reports to Public Safety         encouraged to apply. Apply: 4:30 PM,
establishing an eligibility list. Due to      Committee and Village Board. Salary          03/19/2010. Submit DJ-LE-330,
staffing requirements, female candidates      & Benefits: $25.00 - $30.00 per              Resume. To City Administrator Brian
will be given preference.                     hour. Salary dependent on                    E. Yerges, City of Mauston, 303
AA/ADA/EOE                                    qualifications. Health insurance; Life       Mansion Street, Mauston, WI 53948-
                                              insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid          1329, Phone: (608) 847-6676 Ext. 308,
JAIL/CORRECTIONS OFFICER                      holidays - 7; Deferred compensation;         Fax: (608) 847-5023,
Waupaca County Sheriff's Office,              Vacation; Uniforms provided, comp            Email: byerges@mauston.com,
Waupaca, WI Reason For                        time. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;          Internet: www.mauston.com.
Announcement: Establish Eligibility           Driver license; Good driving record;         Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;
List, Full-time. Responsibilities:            Good physical condition; Eligibility for     Psychological profile; Background
Position places a special emphasis on         Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          investigation; Physical fitness/agility
dealing with and attending to the needs,      Board Certification; High school             screening; Residency required; Submit
health, safety, security and control of all   diploma; 60 college credits; Associate       letter of interest along with resume and
individuals confined in the Waupaca           degree; Bachelor degree; Ability to          DJ-LE-330. The bargaining agreement
County Jail. Salary & Benefits: $18.37        possess a firearm; No felony                 requires residency within a 10-mile
per hour. Wisconsin retirement fund;          convictions; No domestic abuse               geographic area of City Hall.
Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick        convictions; Vision correctable to           EOE
leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10;            20/20; Good verbal and written
Clothing allowance; Longevity pay;            communication skills; Previous               POLICE OFFICER
Deferred compensation; Vacation.              experience; React quickly and                Camp Douglas Police Dept, Camp
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum         effectively to stressful situations; Able    Douglas, WI Reason For
age - 18; Driver license; Good driving        to work evenings, weekends, and              Announcement: Fill Vacancy,
record; Good physical condition;              holidays; Knowledge and skills in            Establish Eligibility List, Part-time.
Eligibility for Wisconsin Law                 operating computer systems; Clear and        Responsibilities: The Village of Camp
Enforcement Standards Board                   concise speech; Ability to handle            Douglas is seeking to fill two part-time
Certification; High school diploma; No        several tasks simultaneously;                law enforcement vacancies to provide
felony convictions; No domestic abuse         Supervisory/Management Experience;           approximately 50-60 hours of coverage
convictions; Vision correctable to            Ability to perform essential functions of    per week cumulatively. Applicants will
20/20; Good verbal and written                this position; Ability to use all standard   be required to provide their own duty
communication skills; Able to work            law enforcement equipment. Apply:            weapon, all other equipment will be
evenings, weekends, and holidays;             4:00 PM, 04/12/2010. Submit DJ-LE-           provided by the Village. Salary &
Knowledge and skills in operating             330, Resume. To Clerk-Treasurer              Benefits: Salary dependent on
computer systems; Clear and concise           Barbara Wickman, Village of Bonduel,         qualifications. Wisconsin retirement
speech; Ability to handle several tasks       117 W. Green Bay Street, P.O. Box 67,        fund; Clothing allowance.
simultaneously; Ability to perform            Bonduel, WI 54107-0067,                      Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum

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age - 21; Driver license; Good driving      domestic abuse convictions; Vision          Ability to use all standard law
record; Good physical condition;            correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       enforcement equipment. Apply: 4:00
Eligibility for Wisconsin Law               written communication skills; React         PM, 05/01/2010. Submit Agency
Enforcement Standards Board                 quickly and effectively to stressful        Application. To Police Chief Brian
Certification; High school diploma; 60      situations; Able to work evenings,          Kaebisch, St. Francis Police
college credits; Ability to possess a       weekends, and holidays; Ability to          Department, 4235 S Nicholson Ave, St.
firearm; No felony convictions; No          keyboard/type words per minute - 25;        Francis, WI 53235, Phone: (414) 978-
domestic abuse convictions; Vision          Knowledge and skills in operating           2118, Fax: (414) 481-7910,
correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       computer systems; Clear and concise         Email: policechief@stfranwi.org,
written communication skills; React         speech; Ability to handle several tasks     Internet: www.stfrancispolice.org. To
quickly and effectively to stressful        simultaneously; Ability to perform          obtain application materials: Police
situations; Able to work evenings,          essential functions of this position;       Department ,City Clerk, Web Site.
weekends, and holidays; Clear and           Ability to use all standard law             Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;
concise speech; Ability to handle           enforcement equipment. Apply: 12:00         Psychological profile; Medical
several tasks simultaneously; Ability to    PM, 04/01/2010. Submit Agency               examination; Vision examination; Drug
perform essential functions of this         Application. To Executive Secretary         screening; Background investigation;
position; Ability to use all standard law   Nancy Hoppe, Brown Deer Police              Physical fitness/agility screening.
enforcement equipment; Applicants           Department, 4800 W Green Brook Dr,          EOE
must meet Training & Standards              Brown Deer, WI 53223, Phone: (414)
requirements, including 60 college          371-2900, Fax: (414) 371-2929,              POLICE OFFICER
credits and successful completion of        Email: police@bdpolice.org,                 La Crosse Police Department, La
Law Enforcement Academy training at         Internet: www.browndeerwi.org. To           Crosse, WI Reason For
time of application closing. Applicants     obtain application                          Announcement: Fill Vacancy,
must also demonstrate ability to work       materials: www.browndeerwi.org.             Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.
with minimal supervision. Apply: 4:00       Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;        Responsibilities: Responsibilities
PM, 03/26/2010. Submit DJ-LE-330,           Psychological profile; Medical              include working as a team member to
Resume. To Constable Brandon Revels,        examination; Vision examination; Drug       enforce laws, maintaining the public
Camp Douglas Police, 304 Center             screening; Background investigation;        peace, protecting life and property and
Street, Camp Douglas, WI 54618,             Physical fitness/agility screening;         working with the community to address
Phone: (608) 427-3111, Fax: (608)           Residency required.                         community problems. Salary &
427-3146, Email: cdpolice@mwt.net.          AA/ADA/EOE                                  Benefits: $41,574 - $55,965 per year.
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;                                                    Wisconsin retirement fund; Health
Psychological profile; Medical              POLICE OFFICER                              insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;
examination; Drug screening;                St. Francis Police Dept, St. Francis, WI    Paid holidays - 11; Clothing allowance;
Background investigation; No residency      Reason For Announcement: Establish          Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;
requirement. Electronically submitted       Eligibility List, Full-time.                Education incentive pay; Vacation;
copies of DJ-LE-330 will not be             Responsibilities: Officers are              Retiree health insurance until age 65.
accepted. Please direct all inquiries       responsible for protecting and serving      Lateral Transfer Program .
regarding duty weapon to the email          our community in a variety of ways,         Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
address listed above.                       including but not limited to patrol         age - 21; Driver license; Good driving
AA/ADA/EOE                                  duties,investigative duties, business       record; Good physical condition;
                                            checks,responding to citizen complaints,    Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
POLICE OFFICER                              and enforcement of criminal statutes,       Enforcement Standards Board
Brown Deer Police Dept, Brown Deer,         local ordinances, and traffic vioaltions.   Certification; High school diploma; 60
WI Reason For Announcement: Fill            Salary & Benefits: $3,067.49 -              college credits; Bachelor degree -
Vacancy, Full-time. Responsibilities:       $5,034.34 per month. Wisconsin              Preferred; Ability to possess a firearm;
ability to perform essential functions of   retirement fund; Health insurance; Life     No felony convictions; No domestic
a law enforcement officer; ability to use   insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid         abuse convictions; Good verbal and
all standard police equipment; ability to   holidays - 10; Clothing allowance;          written communication skills; React
physically perform all police use-of-       Deferred compensation; Vacation.            quickly and effectively to stressful
force techniques; good verbal and           Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       situations; Able to work evenings,
written communication skills; and free      age - 21; Driver license; Good driving      weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
from any felony or domestic abuse           record; Good physical condition; High       and skills in operating computer
convictions. Salary & Benefits:             school diploma; Ability to possess a        systems; Clear and concise speech;
$39,184.21 - $64,420.65 per year.           firearm; No felony convictions; No          Ability to handle several tasks
Wisconsin retirement fund; Health           domestic abuse convictions; Vision          simultaneously; Ability to perform
insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;      correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       essential functions of this position;
Dental; Paid holidays - 11; Clothing        written communication skills; React         Ability to use all standard law
allowance; Deferred compensation;           quickly and effectively to stressful        enforcement equipment; The La Crosse
Vacation. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;     situations; Able to work evenings,          Police Department incorporates a
Minimum age - 18; Driver license;           weekends, and holidays; Ability to          community policing philosophy;
Good driving record; Good physical          keyboard/type words per minute;             accordingly, applicants should possess
condition; Eligibility for Wisconsin        Knowledge and skills in operating           strong human relations, problem
Law Enforcement Standards Board             computer systems; Clear and concise         solving, and communication skills. .
Certification; High school diploma; 60      speech; Ability to handle several tasks     Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit
college credits; Ability to possess a       simultaneously; Ability to perform          Agency Application. To City of La
firearm; No felony convictions; No          essential functions of this position;       Crosse , Human Resources Department,

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400 La Crosse Street, La Crosse,             obtain application materials: Contact        work week (rotating off days); work
WI 54601, Phone: (608) 789-7595,             City of Oshkosh; Personnel Office; 215       most weekends/holidays; work
Fax: (608) 789-7598, Internet:               Church Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54902 or call        midnight-8:00 AM or 4:00 PM-
http://www.cityoflacrosse.org/jobs.asp?j     (920) 236-5096. Note: Written exam;          midnight; and earn 60 college credits
obID=15. To obtain application               Oral interviews; Psychological profile;      w/in 5 years.
materials:                                   Medical examination; Vision                  EOE
http://www.cityoflacrosse.org/index.asp      examination; Drug screening;
?nid=498. Note: Written exam; Oral           Background investigation; Physical           POLICE OFFICER
interviews; Psychological profile;           fitness/agility screening; Assessment        Platteville Police Department,
Medical examination; Vision                  Center Personality Assessment and            Platteville, WI Reason For
examination; Drug screening;                 Intelligence Testing.                        Announcement: Establish Eligibility
Background investigation; Physical           AA/ADA/EOE                                   List, Full-time. Responsibilities: The
fitness/agility screening; 3 year                                                         position description can be viewed on
residency requirement.                       POLICE OFFICER                               the City of Platteville's website:
AA/ADA/EOE                                   Milwaukee Police Department,                 http://www.platteville.org. Salary &
                                             Milwaukee, WI Reason For                     Benefits: $18.11 per hour. Wisconsin
POLICE OFFICER                               Announcement: Establish Eligibility          retirement fund; Health insurance; Life
Oshkosh Police Department, Oshkosh,          List, Full-time. Responsibilities:           insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid
WI Reason For Announcement: Fill             Milwaukee Police Officers preserve           holidays - 11; Clothing allowance;
Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-   public peace, protect life and property,     Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;
time. Responsibilities: Physical             work within the community to prevent         Vacation; All equipment subject to
ability to perform essential functions of    crime, and enforce ordinances of the         initial issue. Qualifications: U.S.
a police officer;ability to use all          City of Milwaukee and laws of the State      citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver
standared police equipment, techniques,      of Wisconsin. Salary & Benefits:             license; Good driving record; Good
and use of force options; good verbal        $46,991.62 - $63,230.44 per year.            physical condition; Eligibility for
and written communication skills.            Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick       Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards
Salary & Benefits: $43,000 - $55,498         leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 12;           Board Certification; High school
per year. Wisconsin retirement fund;         Clothing allowance; Deferred                 diploma; Bachelor degree; Ability to
Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick       compensation; Vacation; Special annual       possess a firearm; No felony
leave; Paid holidays - 12; Deferred          payments Special duty payments               convictions; No domestic abuse
compensation; Vacation; Five days            Tuition and textbook reimbursement.          convictions; Vision correctable to
on,two days off;five days on, three days     Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum        20/20; Good verbal and written
off work schedule. Compensatory time,        age - 21; Driver license; Good driving       communication skills; React quickly
Call-In Time, A wide variety of job          record; Good physical condition; High        and effectively to stressful situations;
enrichment and promotional                   school diploma; No felony convictions;       Able to work evenings, weekends, and
opportunities. All Uniforms and              No domestic abuse convictions; Good          holidays; Clear and concise speech;
Equipment provided.                          verbal and written communication             Ability to handle several tasks
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum        skills; React quickly and effectively to     simultaneously; Ability to perform
age - 20; Driver license; Good driving       stressful situations; Able to work           essential functions of this position;
record; Good physical condition;             evenings, weekends, and holidays;            Ability to use all standard law
Associate degree - In Criminal               Ability to perform essential functions of    enforcement equipment; Preference
Justice/Police Science; Bachelor degree      this position; Ability to use all standard   given to individuals possessing
- In any Field; Ability to possess a         law enforcement equipment; • Civil and       Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards
firearm; No felony convictions; No           courteous. • Able to solve problems. •       Board Certification . Apply: Ongoing
domestic abuse convictions; Vision           Leadership skills. • Able to maintain        Recruitment. Submit Agency
correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and        self-control. • Honest, responsible, and     Application. To Lieutenant Bruce
written communication skills; React          trustworthy. • Able to work long hours       Buchholtz, Platteville Police
quickly and effectively to stressful         for an extended period of time. .            Department, 5 W. Mineral St., P.O. Box
situations; Able to work evenings,           Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit           780, Platteville, WI 53818-0780,
weekends, and holidays; Ability to           Agency Application. To Police Testing,       Phone: (608) 348-2313,
handle several tasks simultaneously;         City of Milwaukee Fire and Police            Email: buchholtzb@platteville.org,
Ability to perform essential functions of    Commission, 200 E Wells St, Room             Internet: http://www.platteville.org. To
this position; Ability to use all standard   706, Milwaukee, WI 53202,                    obtain application materials: online at
law enforcement equipment; 60-college        Phone: (414) 286-5074,                       platteville.org or contact the Platteville
credits which are specific to criminal       Internet: http://www.milwaukee.gov/jo        Police Dept. (608) 348-2313.
justice are acceptable if received from      bs. To obtain application                    Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;
an accredited 4-yr institution. Apply:       materials: http://www.milwaukee.gov/j        Psychological profile; Medical
Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Resume,          obs. Note: Written exam; Oral                examination; Vision examination; Drug
Agency Application. To Captain of            interviews; Psychological profile;           screening; Background investigation;
Administration Cyndi Thaldorf,               Medical examination; Vision                  Physical fitness/agility screening;
Oshkosh Police Department, 420               examination; Drug screening;                 Residency required; Residency within
Jackson Street, P.O. Box 1130,               Background investigation; Physical           15 miles of the City of Platteville is
Oshkosh, WI 54902-1130,                      fitness/agility screening; Residency         required within 1 year of date of hire.
Phone: (920) 236-5700 Ext. 5724,             required; Writing Sample. You must:          AA/ADA/EOE
Fax: (920) 236-5087,                         wear a uniform; carry a firearm;
Email: cthaldorf@ci.oshkosh.wi.us,           complete 23-week training course and
Internet: www.oshkoshpd.com. To              16-month probation; work 40-hour

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POLICE OFFICER                              Vacation. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;     Internet: www.nfdl.org. To obtain
Baraboo Police Department, Baraboo,         Minimum age - 21; Driver license;           application materials: www.nfdl.org or
WI Reason For Announcement:                 Good driving record; Good physical          e-mail Police Clerk Karie Tackett or
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.      condition; High school diploma;             call 920-929-3760. Note: Written
Responsibilities: General police            Associate degree; Bachelor degree -         exam; Oral interviews; Psychological
functions including patrol; criminal law    Preferred; Ability to possess a firearm;    profile; Medical examination; Vision
enforcement; traffic code enforcement;      No felony convictions; No domestic          examination; Drug screening;
ordinance enforcement; maintaining          abuse convictions; Vision correctable to    Background investigation; Physical
public peace; protecting life and           20/20; Good verbal and written              fitness/agility screening.
property; and working with the              communication skills; React quickly         EOE
community to address community              and effectively to stressful situations;
problems. Salary & Benefits:                Able to work evenings, weekends, and        POLICE OFFICER
$40,792.32 - $48,272.76 per year.           holidays; Knowledge and skills in           University of Wisconsin - Madison,
Wisconsin retirement fund; Health           operating computer systems; Clear and       Madison, WI Reason For
insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;      concise speech; Ability to handle           Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-
Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance;     several tasks simultaneously; Ability to    time. Responsibilities: Officers are
Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;       perform essential functions of this         responsible for patrolling and
Education incentive pay; Vacation.          position; Ability to use all standard law   responding to calls for service on the
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Driver        enforcement equipment; Bilingual -          University Campus. We are a
license; Good driving record; Good          Preferred. Apply: Ongoing                   progressive Department with a
physical condition; Eligibility for         Recruitment. Submit Agency                  commitment to training and utilizing
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards         Application. To Executive Assistant         new technology. Salary & Benefits:
Board Certification; High school            Jackie Braatz, Human Resources, 160 S.      $18.29 - $23.28 per hour. Wisconsin
diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to     Macy St., Post Office Box 150, Fond du      retirement fund; Health insurance; Life
possess a firearm; No felony                Lac, WI 54936-0150, Phone: (920)            insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid
convictions; No domestic abuse              322-3624, Fax: (920) 322-3421,              holidays - 9; Longevity pay; Deferred
convictions; Vision correctable to          Email: jbraatz@ci.fond-du-lac.wi.us,        compensation; Vacation; Complete
20/20; Good verbal and written              Internet: www.ci.fond-du-lac.wi.us. To      uniform provided.
communication skills; React quickly         obtain application                          Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
and effectively to stressful situations;    materials: http://www.ci.fond-du-           age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
Able to work evenings, weekends, and        lac.wi.us/index.iml?department=22 or        record; Good physical condition;
holidays; Clear and concise speech;         www.FDLPolice.com or by contacting          Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
Ability to handle several tasks             the City Human Resources Department         Enforcement Standards Board
simultaneously; Ability to perform          (920) 322-3624. Note: Written exam;         Certification; High school diploma; 60
essential functions of this position;       Oral interviews; Psychological profile;     college credits; Ability to possess a
Ability to use all standard law             Medical examination; Vision                 firearm; No felony convictions; No
enforcement equipment; minimum age          examination; Drug screening;                domestic abuse convictions; Vision
of 20 1/2 years at time of application.     Background investigation; Physical          correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and
Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit          fitness/agility screening.                  written communication skills; React
Agency Application. To Chief of Police      AA/ADA/EOE                                  quickly and effectively to stressful
Craig A. Olsen, Baraboo Police                                                          situations; Able to work evenings,
Department, 135 Fourth Street,              POLICE OFFICER                              weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
Baraboo, WI 53913, Phone: (608) 355-        North Fond du Lac Police Department,        and skills in operating computer
2720, Fax: (608) 356-1710,                  North Fond du Lac, WI Reason For            systems; Clear and concise speech;
Email: colsen@cityofbaraboo.com,            Announcement: Establish Eligibility         Ability to handle several tasks
Internet: www.cityofbaraboo.com. To         List, Full-time. Salary & Benefits:         simultaneously; Ability to perform
obtain application materials: On our        $41,284 - $55,562 per year. Salary          essential functions of this position;
website at                                  dependent on qualifications.                Ability to use all standard law
www.cityofbaraboo.com/police.               Wisconsin retirement fund; Health           enforcement equipment. Apply:
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;        insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;      Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency
Psychological profile; Medical              Dental; Paid holidays - 9; Clothing         Application. To Lieutenant Kenneth
examination; Vision examination; Drug       allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred          Kerl, UW-Madison Police Department,
screening; Background investigation;        compensation; Education incentive pay;      1429 Monroe Street, Madison,
Residency required; See our website for     Vacation; Short & long term disability.     WI 53711, Phone: (608) 262-4889,
application due dates for our next hiring   Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       Email: kgkerl@wisc.edu,
process.                                    age - 18; Driver license; 60 college        Internet: www.uwpd.wisc.edu. To
AA/ADA/EOE                                  credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No   obtain application materials: May
                                            felony convictions; No domestic abuse       download application material on
POLICE OFFICER                              convictions; Ability to perform essential   Department website uwpd.wisc.edu.
Fond du Lac Police Department, Fond         functions of this position. Apply:          Note: Oral interviews; Psychological
du Lac, WI Reason For                       Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency          profile; Medical examination; Vision
Announcement: Establish Eligibility         Application. To Police Clerk Karie          examination; Drug screening;
List, Full-time. Salary & Benefits:         Tackett, North Fond du Lac Police           Background investigation; Physical
$41,181 - $57,740 per year. Wisconsin       Department, 16 Garfield Street, North       fitness/agility screening; Residency
retirement fund; Health insurance; Life     Fond du Lac, WI 54937, Phone: (920)         required; The UW-Madison Police
insurance; Sick leave; Paid holidays - 9;   929-3760, Fax: (929) 929-3784,              Department is a full service agency with
Clothing allowance; Longevity pay;          Email: ktackett@nfdl.org,                   over 60 sworn police officers in an

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organization of over 100 L.E. and           Traffic enforcement. Salary &               students/faculty/staff/general public.
security professionals.                     Benefits: $20.51 - $20.52 per hour.         Ability to discern suspicious conditions
AA/ADA/EOE                                  Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance.     or circumstances which indicate trouble
                                            Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       or a crime in progress and report such
POLICE OFFICER                              age - 21; Driver license; Good driving      incidents to the dispatcher. Salary &
Eau Claire Police Department, Eau           record; Good physical condition; 60         Benefits: $10.88 - $15.49 per hour.
Claire, WI Reason For                       college credits; Ability to possess a       Wisconsin retirement fund; Health
Announcement: Establish Eligibility         firearm; No felony convictions; No          insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;
List, Full-time. Responsibilities:          domestic abuse convictions; Vision          Dental; Paid holidays - 9; Longevity
Responsible for providing around-the-       correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       pay; Deferred compensation; Vacation;
clock police services to the Eau Claire     written communication skills; Previous      Uniforms provided.
community. Performs general duty            experience; React quickly and               Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
police work for the protection of life      effectively to stressful situations; Able   age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
and property,prevention of                  to work evenings, weekends, and             record; Good physical condition; High
crime,apprehension of criminals,and the     holidays; Knowledge and skills in           school diploma; No felony convictions;
general enforcement of laws and             operating computer systems; Clear and       No domestic abuse convictions; Vision
ordinances in designated areas on an        concise speech; Ability to handle           correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and
assigned shift. Salary & Benefits:          several tasks simultaneously; Ability to    written communication skills; React
$44,011 - $51,597 per year. Wisconsin       perform essential functions of this         quickly and effectively to stressful
retirement fund; Health insurance; Life     position; Ability to use all standard law   situations; Able to work evenings,
insurance; Sick leave; Paid holidays - 8;   enforcement equipment; Trained on           weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;       LASER & Radar. Apply: Ongoing               and skills in operating computer
Education incentive pay; Vacation;          Recruitment. Submit Resume. To              systems; Clear and concise speech;
Flexible Spending Plan.                     Chief David C. Rossman, Wind Point ,        Ability to handle several tasks
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       4725 Lighthouse Dr, Racine,                 simultaneously; Ability to perform
age - 18; Driver license; Good driving      WI 53402, Phone: (262) 639-3022,            essential functions of this position.
record; Good physical condition;            Fax: (262) 639-3039.                        Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit
Eligibility for Wisconsin Law               Note: Background investigation;             Agency Application. To Lieutenant
Enforcement Standards Board                 Currently employed as a Police              Kenneth Kerl, UW-Madison Police
Certification; High school diploma; 60      Officer/live within Racine County.          Department, 1429 Monroe Street,
college credits; Ability to possess a       AA/EOE                                      Madison, WI 53711, Phone: (608)
firearm; No felony convictions; No                                                      262-4889, Email: kgkerl@wisc.edu,
domestic abuse convictions; Vision          POLICE OFFICER                              Internet: www.uwpd.wisc.edu. To
correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       Madison Police Department, Madison,         obtain application materials: May be
written communication skills; React         WI Reason For Announcement: Fill            downloaded from our web-site
quickly and effectively to stressful        Vacancy, Full-time. Responsibilities:       uwpd.wisc.edu. Note: Oral
situations; Able to work evenings,          Open enrollment for full-time positions     interviews; Psychological profile;
weekends, and holidays; Knowledge           (Spring, 2011). Salary & Benefits:          Medical examination; Vision
and skills in operating computer            $42,551 - $60,858 per year. See MPD         examination; Drug screening;
systems; Clear and concise speech;          website. Qualifications: See MPD            Background investigation; Physical
Ability to handle several tasks             Web site. Apply: Ongoing                    fitness/agility screening; UW-Madison
simultaneously; Ability to perform          Recruitment. Submit Agency                  Police Department is a 24/7/365
essential functions of this position;       Application. To Sergeant of Police          Department with over 65 sworn police
Ability to use all standard law             Michael C. Koval, Madison Police            officers and over 40 full time security
enforcement equipment. Apply:               Department, 211 S. Carroll St.,             officers on staff.
Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Resume,         Madison, WI 53703-3303,                     AA/ADA/EOE
Agency Application. To City of Eau          Phone: (608) 266-4190, Fax: (608)
Claire Human Resources, 203 S.              261-9963,                                   WATER/LAKE PATROL
Farwell Street, Eau Claire, WI 54703,       Email: mkoval@cityofmadison.com,            Troy Township Water Patrol, East Troy,
Phone: (715) 839-4921,                      Internet: www.madisonpolice.com. To         WI Reason For Announcement: Fill
Internet: www.eauclairewi.gov/jobs. T       obtain application                          Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Part-
o obtain application materials: Online      materials: www.madisonpolice.com.           time, Seasonal. Responsibilities:
Application. Note: Written exam;            Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;        Patrol the waters of the Town of Troy
Oral interviews; Psychological profile;     Medical examination; Vision                 for the purpose of enforcing Wisconsin
Polygraph examination; Medical              examination; Drug screening;                Boating Laws and local ordinances.
examination; Vision examination; Drug       Background investigation; Physical          Provide other educational duties as
screening; Background investigation;        fitness/agility screening.                  requested. Salary & Benefits: $18.00
Physical fitness/agility screening.         AA/ADA/EOE                                  per hour. Clothing allowance.
AA/ADA/EOE                                                                              Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
                                            SECURITY OFFICER 3                          age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
POLICE OFFICER                              University of Wisconsin - Madison,          record; Good physical condition;
Wind Point Police Department, Racine,       Madison, WI Reason For                      Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
WI Reason For Announcement:                 Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-           Enforcement Standards Board
Establish Eligibility List, Part-time.      time. Responsibilities: Provide             Certification; High school diploma; 60
Responsibilities: Perform a wide            security services for the UW-Madison        college credits; Ability to possess a
variety of tasks related to police          Campus and U.W. Hospital. Respond to        firearm; No felony convictions; No
services. Enforce laws/ordinances.          alarms and calls from                       domestic abuse convictions; Vision

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correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       WATER/LAKE PATROL                         written communication skills; React
written communication skills; Previous      Marion Town Police Dept, Wautoma,         quickly and effectively to stressful
experience; React quickly and               WI Reason For Announcement: Fill          situations; Able to work evenings,
effectively to stressful situations; Able   Vacancy, Part-time, Seasonal.             weekends, and holidays; Clear and
to work evenings, weekends, and             Responsibilities: Patrol area lakes and   concise speech; Ability to handle
holidays; Clear and concise speech;         enforce Chapter 30 of the DNR Boating     several tasks simultaneously; Ability to
Ability to handle several tasks             codes and local ordinances. Must be       perform essential functions of this
simultaneously; Ability to perform          able to operate 17' inboard boat alone.   position; Ability to use all standard law
essential functions of this position;       Ability to work weekends and some         enforcement equipment; Previous
Ability to use all standard law             nights a must. Completion of reports,     experience a plus but not necessary.
enforcement equipment. Apply: 5:00          citations and boat maintenance. Salary    Apply: 3:00 PM, 04/01/2010. Submit
PM, 03/26/2010. Submit DJ-LE-330,           & Benefits: $15.25 - $16.50 per           DJ-LE-330, Resume. To Chief Tracy
Resume. To Lake Patrol Supervisor           hour. Salary dependent on                 Schwersenska, Town of Marion Police
Brad Smith, Town of Troy, N8870             qualifications. Clothing allowance.       Department, N1279 County Road Z,
Briggs St, East Troy, WI 53120,             Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum     Wautoma, WI 54982, Phone: (920)
Phone: (262) 206-0778, Fax: (262)           age - 18; Driver license; Good driving    566-2822, Fax: (920) 566-2818,
642-5227,                                   record; Good physical condition;          Email: marionpd771@yahoo.com.
Email: troywaterpatrol@yahoo.com.           Eligibility for Wisconsin Law             Note: Oral interviews; Psychological
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;        Enforcement Standards Board               profile; Medical examination; Vision
Psychological profile; Medical              Certification; High school diploma; 60    examination; Drug screening;
examination; Vision examination; Drug       college credits; Ability to possess a     Background investigation.
screening; Background investigation;        firearm; No felony convictions; No        EOE
Physical fitness/agility screening.         domestic abuse convictions; Vision
EOE                                         correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and




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