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					               J. B. VAN HOLLEN
               Attorney general



                     August 7, 2009




               Law

      Enforcement

           Bulletin

WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                              VOL. LXI, NO. 8
                                   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
             Jerome A. Geurts, Director                                     608/266-2031              geurtsja@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
             Michael A. Haas, Director                                      715/845-8626              haasma@doj.state.wi.us



DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
         Michael G. Myszewski, Administrator                                608/266-1671              myszewskimg@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
             Craig S. Klyve, Director                                       608/266-1671              klyvecs@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
             Ed Wall, 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
           Attorney General’s Summit on Public Safety ..........................................................................................3
           Legal Points..............................................................................................................................................4
           Federal Stimulus Money Available for Law Enforcement Program Grant ..............................................5
           FBI Officers Killed ..................................................................................................................................6
           Wisconsin Law Enforcement Directory ...................................................................................................7
           Conference Calendar................................................................................................................................8
              IAFCI 2009 International Conference...............................................................................................9
              Wisconsin Preparedness Forum III .................................................................................................10
              15th Annual Mid-Wisconsin Law Enforcement Symposium...........................................................11
              4th Annual Statewide Drug Endangered Children Conference........................................................12
              LETOA 2009 Annual Fall Conference ...........................................................................................14
              WCPPA 2009 Annual Training Symposium ..................................................................................16
              2009 Crime Information Bureau Technology Conference..............................................................17
              Humane Officer Training................................................................................................................18
              National Training Conference for Criminal Justice and Community Leaders ................................19
              WI Law Enforcement Explorer Advisors Association 2009 Annual Conference ...........................20
           Submit Your Employment Opportunities On-Line ................................................................................21
           Employment Opportunities...........................................................................................................................21




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                               MESSAGE FROM
                               THE ATTORNEY GENERAL


Dear Law Enforcement Official:

         Government exists to protect our life and liberty. Public safety is government’s primary obligation. Public
safety requires laws that protect citizens from those who would deprive us of our life and liberty. And it means
adequate resources to enforce those laws. This is why, in good economic times or bad, I believe public safety should
have the first claim to the public treasury.

         You know this first hand. Local law enforcement officers, by and large, are responsible for responding to
trouble and investigating crime. At the Department of Justice, we assist local law enforcement by providing you
with investigative support and technical expertise most efficiently developed with economies of scale, such as our
crime labs.

         The Department of Justice’s capacity to provide this assistance to local law enforcement was seriously
threatened by a budget proposal that came out of the Joint Committee on Finance that imposed deeper cuts on the
Department of Justice than any other state public safety agency. If enacted, the proposal would have required
significant layoffs to Department personnel who currently assist you without charge, such as crime lab analysts and
DCI special agents. It would have meant a remarkably slower, less responsive, and less helpful state partner to
assist you in your fight against crime.

         Many of you spoke up to tell your elected officials in Madison how your ability to do your job would be
impaired if the Department of Justice is exposed to these inequitable cuts. I am convinced that your voices helped
the State Assembly, and ultimately the Legislature as a whole, restore the Department of Justice’s position to that of
other state public safety agencies. To be sure, the Department of Justice will receive cuts and will have to cut back
on some services. But the agency will not have to be overhauled to the detriment of public safety. Thank you for
your voices. You proved, once again, that lawmakers will listen to law enforcement and appreciate law
enforcement’s work.

         In this budget cycle, I was happy to stand beside law enforcement and advocate against proposals in the
budget that would have impaired public safety. On some matters we were successful, such as our successful
lobbying against proposals to eliminate front license plates and rejecting the proposal to charge local agencies to
use the State Patrol’s accident reconstruction services. In other areas, we were not successful. I recognize that this
budget cuts shared revenue (exacerbating local funding shortfalls), adds new unfunded mandates on law
enforcement, and changes policy in ways that many regard as impairing safety.

         These challenges make it all the more imperative to leverage resources and work together in our common
mission. The Department of Justice will continue to be your partner.

                                                               Sincerely,



                                                               J.B. Van Hollen
                                                               Wisconsin Attorney General




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           ATTORNEY GENERAL’S SUMMIT ON PUBLIC SAFETY

The 2009 Attorney General’s Summit on Public Safety will be held October 20-22 at the Chula Vista Resort in
Wisconsin Dells. The Summit provides law enforcement officials an opportunity to take an in-depth look at
current crime problems and identify strategies for dealing with these issues. There are many opportunities
throughout the Summit for participants to discuss their concerns, thoughts, and ideas with the Attorney
General Van Hollen, Department of Justice staff and their colleagues. The event begins with a Welcoming
Reception Tuesday evening, October 20, and ends early Thursday afternoon, October 22.

Agenda highlights include a presentation on Supporting the Integration or Re-Integration of Military Personnel
into Law Enforcement. The International Association of Chiefs of Police has a project to identify transitional
challenges facing combat veterans. The manager of this IACP project will present information on what
veterans may experience as they transition from deployment to law enforcement, and will provide
recommendations to law enforcement agencies on how they can improve the quality of support to returning
combat veterans.

The agenda also features presentations on digital dangers, crimes during today’s hard times, and releasing
juvenile records. Summit participants will hear from investigators involved in last summer’s triple homicide
on the banks of the Menominee River in Marinette County and learn about the latest law changes and court
rulings from Assistant Attorney General Dave Perlman.

This year’s agenda includes:

     Tuesday, October 20                                  Wednesday, October 21 (cont . . .)
         Pre-Conference Meetings                              “It’s the Economy” Breakout Sessions
                                                                   Scams and Frauds
         Welcoming Reception                                       Identity Theft
                                                                   Domestic Violence
     Wednesday, October 21                                    Reception
         Continental Breakfast
                                                          Thursday, October 22
         Summit Opening
                                                              Buffet Breakfast
         Computer Crimes Against Children
            Sex Predators                                     Employing Returning Combat Veterans
            Cyberbullies                                      as Police Officers
            Sexting
                                                              Marinette County Riverbank Shootings
         AG’s Luncheon
                                                              Dave Perlman’s Legal Update
         Juvenile Records


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


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 - ask for the
               AG’s Summit. Lodging is limited so make your reservation early.

                                                                                                     (Cont . . .)

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                                            2009 Attorney General’s Summit
                                                   MAIL REGISTRATION
   Last Name                                          First Name                                            Middle Initial


   Title                                                           Agency


   Street/Mailing Address                                          City, State, Zip


   Phone                                                           E-mail Address


   Payment Type (check one)
           _______ Check           ________ Voucher           _________ Purchase Order (# ___________________________)

                                                 The Registration Fee is $50

   A check made payable to the Wisconsin Department of Justice or a signed “Approval for Payment of Training
   Expenses” voucher (form DJ-LE-312) must accompany this registration form. Please submit the completed
   registration form and payment by October 13 to:

           Sharon Miemietz                                         Contact Information:
           AG’s Summit                                               E-mail: miemietzsk@doj.state.wi.us
           PO Box 7070                                               Phone: 608/266-7380
           Madison WI 53707-7070                                     Fax: 608/266-7869




                                                                      Facts:
                                      LEGAL                           At approximately 4:30 a.m. the police responded to a
                                      POINTS                          report of an attempted break-in at a residence. When
                                                                      the police arrived they spoke with the complainant, a
                                                                      tenant of the apartment building’s lower floor, who
                                                                      complained that the upstairs tenant, Ferguson, had
           If you have any comments regarding Legal Points,           pounded on his door and threatened to evict him.
           please contact Dave Perlman, Assistant Attorney
                                                                      The officers proceeded to Ferguson’s apartment,
           General, P.O. Box 7070, Madison, WI 53707-
           7070, 608/266-1420, fax: 608/266-7869.                     knocked on the door, and Ferguson answered.

                                                                      The officers asked Ferguson if she had been
State v. Ferguson                                                     downstairs earlier and Ferguson said no and then
Decided by the Wisconsin Supreme Court- 6/16/09                       became belligerent, yelling and swearing at the
2009WI 50                                                             officer. While Ferguson was yelling, her nephew
                                                                      attempted to calm her down and the officers then
                                                                      observed Ferguson shoving the nephew and swearing
Introduction:                                                         at him. During this time period the officers were
                                                                      outside Ferguson’s apartment while Ferguson and her
This case involves a change in the “hot                               nephew were inside the apartment. However after
pursuit”/exigent circumstance doctrine. The law in                    observing Ferguson’s abusive behavior toward her
Wisconsin enunciated in State v. Mikkelson, 2002                      nephew the officers entered the apartment and
WI App 152, 256 Wis.2d 132, had been that the                         arrested Ferguson for disorderly conduct.
police could only enter a home in hot pursuit or other
exigent circumstances upon probable cause of a                        When the officers handcuffed Ferguson she tried to
felony matter. This case overrules Mikkelson and                      pull her arm away but was unable to do so. Ferguson
holds that the hot pursuit doctrine/exigent                           continued to be resistive and continued to yell and
circumstances doctrine should be extended to all                      scream. The officers then escorted Ferguson out of
“jailable” offenses.                                                  her apartment.     Ferguson remained combative,

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kicking, flailing, and screaming.       Ultimately           and noted that the practice had been to relate exigent
Ferguson kicked one of the officers but eventually           circumstances to the seriousness of the underlying
was placed in the police squad. Ferguson was                 offense. The Court then observed that the case of
charged with disorderly conduct, obstruction, and            State v. Mikkelson held that when the underlying
battery by a prisoner.                                       offense is a misdemeanor, the police could not make
                                                             a warrantless entry into a home. Therefore, the
                                                             Wisconsin Supreme Court overruled Mikkelson and
The Defendant’s Argument:                                    held that in evaluating whether a warrantless entry
                                                             into a home is justified by exigent circumstances, the
Ferguson argued that her resistance was justified            key should be whether the underlying offense is a
since the police were not acting within their lawful         jailable offense and not whether the offense is a
authority when they made their warrantless entry into        misdemeanor or a felony.
her apartment.

                                                             Note: The key point in Ferguson is that the police
The State’s Argument:                                        can now make a lawful entry into a home either in
                                                             hot pursuit of someone they have probable cause to
The state argued that the police were justified in           believe has committed a jailable offense, or when
entering Ferguson’s apartment under the exigent              they have probable cause of a jailable offense and
circumstance doctrine.                                       there are exigent circumstances.

                                                             However, the law remains clear that the police can
The Court’s Holding:                                         not make a warrantless entry into a home in hot
                                                             pursuit or with other exigent circumstances when the
The Wisconsin Supreme Court discussed the history            probable cause is for a non- criminal offense.
of the exigent circumstance doctrine in Wisconsin




           Federal Stimulus Money Available for Law Enforcement Program Grant
   The Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance (OJA), which administers most federal money coming into the
   state for justice issues, has opened another grant opportunity for all Wisconsin police agencies. The
   Innovative Law Enforcement Program (ILEP) grant allows any police agency, regardless of size, to apply for
   a grant of up to $25,000 for a program or project that will deter crime or otherwise enhance law enforcement
   services to the community.

   This grant can be used for expenses, wages, contractual costs, and supplies to effectively carry out the
   proposed project. The grant funds can be spent over a three-year period to assure its continuity and
   effectiveness. This is not an equipment grant, however, some equipment needed to carry out a successful
   project will be considered. The grant is competitive and requires no matching funds.

   The programs proposed should have measurable objectives and will be required to meet performance
   measures set once the grant is awarded. The grant parameters are intentionally broad to allow individual
   agencies to apply for a program for which they can demonstrate a local need.

   The deadline for completion of the application on the Egrants system is Wednesday, August 19, 2009. If the
   applicant is not familiar with Egrants, click on the Egrants button on the OJA web site and begin the
   registration process.

   For more detailed information, check the OJA web site (www.oja.wi.gov) and click on Funding
   Opportunities on the left side of the page. Once potential applicants have read the ILEP Grant
   Announcement, they may contact me by e-mail or phone listed below if they have further questions.

                                                                Jerald Jansen, Criminal Justice Consultant
                                                                Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance
                                                                Madison
                                                                jerry.jansen@wisconsin.gov
                                                                (608) 261-6620



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                                                            Centreville Police Department, Illinois, Veteran
                              FBI                           Lieutenant, aged 59 with over 30 years law
                                                            enforcement experience, was fatally shot on
                           OFFICERS                         06/02/2009. At approximately 2:30 a.m., lieutenant,
                            KILLED                          who was on routine patrol, exited his patrol vehicle to
                                                            speak to several individuals located in front of
                                                            apartment complex. While conducting safety frisk of
These statistics represent preliminary information
                                                            one individual at front of patrol vehicle, subject
received by the FBI, January through June 2009:
                                                            stepped up behind lieutenant and shot victim in back
Twenty law enforcement officers have been killed
                                                            of head with .32 caliber revolver. Subject and other
due to criminal actions. During the same time period
                                                            individuals fled scene of incident. Several residents
in 2008, 21 officers were slain. Eight deaths
                                                            of apartment complex who witnessed incident
occurred in the south, five in the northeast, four in the
                                                            rendered assistance to victim lieutenant and notified
west, and three officers in the midwest.
                                                            law enforcement personnel of shooting. Witnesses
Circumstances involving the 20 slain officers are as
                                                            also provided information that led to arrest of subject.
follows: six were performing traffic pursuits/stops,
                                                            Subject has been charged with murder.
four were ambushed, three were answering
disturbance calls (two being domestic-related), three
officers were involved in tactical situations, two were
                                                            Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), Swiftwater,
slain while attempting other arrests, one was
                                                            Veteran Trooper, aged 34 with over six years law
responding to a robbery call, and one officer was
                                                            enforcement experience, was fatally shot on
handling person with mental illness. Firearms were
                                                            06/07/2009. At approximately 7:45 p.m., incident
used in 18 of the 20 killings (eight handguns, eight
                                                            was initiated at residence when active protection
rifles and two firearm types not reported), and two
                                                            from abuse order was violated by subject who
officers were killed with vehicles. Thirteen officers
                                                            kidnapped his nine-year-old son, which resulted in
were wearing protective vests. There have been 14
                                                            subject’s pursuit. At about 8:40 p.m., after initiation
separate incidents in which these 20 officers have
                                                            of felony car stop on subject’s vehicle containing
been slain. All incidents have been cleared by arrest
                                                            child, shots were exchanged between subject and two
or exceptional means. Twenty-six law enforcement
                                                            PSP troopers. Gunfire resulted in death of victim
officers have been accidentally killed. During the
                                                            trooper, wounding another PSP trooper, and death of
same time period in 2008, 26 officers were
                                                            subject. Subject’s son, who was in vehicle, was
accidentally killed. Sixteen deaths occurred in the
                                                            unharmed.
south, five in the west, four in the northeast, and one
in the midwest. Nineteen officers were killed in
automobile accidents, three were struck by vehicles,
                                                            Plumerville Police Department, Arkansas,
one was killed in motorcycle accident, one was struck
                                                            Assistant Chief, aged 50, was fatally shot on
by a falling tree limb, one in aircraft crash, and one
                                                            06/19/2009. AT approximately 6:21 a.m., assistant
officer was accidentally shot.
                                                            chief conducted traffic stop for license violation on
                                                            vehicle occupied by two individuals. AT time of
                                                            traffic stop, passenger fled on foot from vehicle.
                 Incident Summaries
                                                            Driver of vehicle fired handgun, striking victim
                                                            assistant chief in chest. Although struck by gunfire,
Chicago Police Department (CPD), Illinois, Police
                                                            victim assistant chief was able to return fire. Subject
Officer, aged 27 with over three years law
                                                            fled area in stolen truck, but was later apprehended in
enforcement experience, was fatally shot on
                                                            Faulkner County by Arkansas State Police as he was
06/01/2009. Shortly after midnight, two officers,
                                                            fleeing on foot. Subject, who had fled on foot at
both members of CPD tactical team which responds
                                                            initial traffic stop, was apprehended by law
to citizen complaints for narcotics and robberies,
                                                            enforcement officers near location of shooting
responded to call of shots fired. Shootout between
                                                            incident. Both subjects are in custody with one being
two rival gangs had just occurred prior to officers’
                                                            charged with capital murder and other subject
arrival at scene. While searching nearby lot for
                                                            charged with accomplice to murder.
weapons, officer stopped an individual to interview
and search for weapons. While conducting search,
vehicle occupied by alleged gang members pulled up
and fired several rounds in direction of victim officer,
                                                            Additional details regarding these incidents are not
striking victim officer who was wearing body armor
                                                            available at this time. Should you wish to obtain
in leg and head. Victim officer was transported to
                                                            information for condolence purposes, please contact
hospital where he succumbed to his injuries at
                                                            your department’s Law Enforcement Online (LEO)
approximately 2:40 p.m. Two subjects have been
                                                            representative.
arrested and charged with first degree murder, first
degree murder of peace officer, and attempted first
degree murder.

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                 WISCONSIN LAW ENFORCEMENT DIRECTORY
Information contained in this directory is also available via WILENET. Non-WILENET users
can download each portion of the directory in a WORD or PDF format from www.wilenet.org.
Certified officers can download the Law Enforcement Directory desktop application by
logging in to the secure area of WILENET. The desktop application data is updated daily.


Please make the following additions and changes to the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Directory:

DELETE:                                                       Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College-
   Ashippun Township Police Department                        Superior
   Page 6                                                     Page 53
   Bear Creek Police Department                               Wittenberg Police Department
   Page 7                                                     Page 54
                                                              Yorkville Township Police Department
Beloit Police Department                                      Page 54
Norm Jacobs, Acting Chief
Page 7                                                   DELETE:
                                                            Alsaker, Matt.......................... (608) 423-4328
DELETE:                                                     Page 55
   Black Earth Police Department                            Brennan, Mick........................ (715) 394-6677
   Page 8                                                   Page 56
   Cambridge Police Department                              Breure, Leonard M................ (715) 294-4545
   Page 10                                                  Page 56
Dane County Narcotics & Gang Task Force                  Dejung, James ............................... (608) 267-1911
Mary Ricksecker, Lieutenant                              Page 57
211 S. Carroll Street
Madison, WI 53703                                        DELETE:
Page 14                                                     Halliday, William P. .............. (262) 636-3298
                                                            Page 58
Dane County Public Safety Communications Center             Henry, Robert E..................... (715) 834-3000
James Dejung, Director                                      Page 59
Phone: (608) 267-1911                                       Hutchison, Wade W............... (608) 735-4341
Page 14                                                     Page 59
DELETE:                                                  Jacobs, Norm................................. (608) 364-6800
   Gays Mills Police Department                          Acting Chief, Beloit Police Department
   Page 19                                               Page 59
   Hustisford Township Police Department
   Page 21                                               DELETE:
   Iron County Victim/Witness Assistance                    Kluck, Kevin L. ...................... (920) 349-3713
   Page 22                                                  Page 59
                                                            Lipzenmeyer, William V. ...... (920) 625-3284
Menominee Tribal Police Department                          Page 60
Phone: (715) 799-3044                                       O’Brien, Terry ....................... (262) 878-2123
Page 29                                                     Page 62
                                                            Rauch, Alecia ......................... (608) 767-3700
DELETE:                                                     Page 63
   Mount Senario College
   Page 32                                               Ricksecker, Mary .......................... (608) 245-5783
   Racine County Water Patrol                            Lieutenant, Dane County Narcotics & Gang Task Force
   Page 39                                               Page 63
   Seymour Township Police Department
   Page 42                                               DELETE:
   Somerset Township Police Department                      Rozhon, Nancy ....................... (715) 561-5671
   Page 43                                                  Page 63
   South Wayne Police Department                            Wilson, Houston A. ................ (715) 752-4508
   Page 43                                                  Page 66
                                                            Ziel, Charles R. ...................... (715) 253-3123
                                                            Page 66




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                        1
                            CONFERENCE CALENDAR


August 31-              IAFCI 2009 International Conference
September 4, 2009       Phoenix, Arizona
                        Contact: Douglas Braun, President IAFCI WI Chapter, 608/442-4223

September 1-2, 2009     Wisconsin Preparedness Forum III
                        Appleton, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Barbara Nelson, 920/735-4818, nelsonb@fvtc.edu

September 8-11, 2009    15th Annual Mid-Wisconsin Law Enforcement Symposium
                        Green Lake, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Linda Jesko, 920/294-4046, linda.jesko@da.wi.gov

September 16-17, 2009   4th Annual Statewide Drug Endangered Children Conference
                        Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Andrea LeStarge, U.S. Attorney’s Office, 888/415-9821
                        Andrea.Lestarge@usdoj.gov,

September 16-18, 2009   LETOA 2009 Annual Fall Conference
                        Manitowoc, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Brian Fiene, 715/803-1392, fiene@ntc.edu

September 16-18, 2009   WCPPA 2009 Annual Training Symposium
                        Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Devin Rieckmann, 920/735-2572, rieckman@fvtc.edu

September 29-           2009 Crime Information Bureau Technology Conference
October 1, 2009         Green Bay, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Phil Collins, 608/267-2235, collinspe@doj.state.wi.us
                        www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/conference.asp

October 19-23, 2009     Humane Officer Training
                        Contact: 608/224-4889, gena.goldade@wisconsin.gov, http://www.datcp.state.wi.us

October 20-22, 2009     Attorney General’s Summit on Public Safety
                        Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
                        Contact: Sharon Miemietz, 608/266-7380, miemietzsk@doj.state.wi.us

November 4-6, 2009      National Training Conference for Criminal Justice and Community Leaders
                        Green Bay, Wisconsin
                        Contact: 888/370-1752, cjgrants@ftc.edu

November 9-11, 2009     Wisconsin Law Enforcement Explorer Advisors Association
                        2009 Annual Conference
                        Contact: Officer Brent Olson, Wausau Police Department, 715-261-7982,
                        bdolson@mail.ci.wausau.wi.us




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    International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators
            2009 International Conference August 31 – September 4, 2009
                          JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort. Phoenix, AZ


     •    Payment card fraud, financial instrument fraud, Ponzi schemes, retail fraud, mortgage 
          fraud, organized crime and street gangs, embezzlement 
 
     •    Develop successful approaches to help fight fraud globally and develop life long 
          networking professional contacts within the industry 
 
     •    Presentations from industry leaders and networking with industry and government 
          members including: 
 
             o   U.S. Postal Inspection Service / U.S. Postal Service OIG 
             o   U.S. Secret Service 
             o   U.S. Marshals Service 
             o   FBI 
             o   Banking, retail, high tech investigations 
             o   World class keynote speakers 
           
     •    Membership is not necessary to attend conference 
 
     •    Golf outing available prior to conference 
 
     •    Discount group rates for hotel and registration for law enforcement personnel 



         See IAFCI.org for agenda, brochure, and online registration
     Contact: Douglas Buan, President, IAFCI WI Chapter with questions 608.442.4223




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                                                Wisconsin Preparedness Forum III
                                                                 Preparing Our Community Better 
                                                                                                                         
                                                                                                                         
Featured Topics                                          September 1‐2, 2009 
The Wisconsin Preparedness Forum is an                   This 2‐day forum is scheduled from 8:00 am – 7:30 pm 
innovative and participatory approach to                 on Tuesday and 8:30 am − 3:30 pm on Wednesday. 
strengthening our communities through joint               
awareness, planning and exercising.  Through the         Forum Fee 
integration of public, non‐profit, business and          Individual Rates 
individual efforts the Forum will enhance local          *Early fee valid through 8/18/09     early fee| late fee 
community, state and regional capabilities to            Private Sector Employee                *$150 | $170 
protect against threats and respond to and recover       Public or Non‐Profit Organization   *$100 | $120 
efficiently from significant attacks and disruptions.     
Some of the feature topics include:                      Group Rates (up to 5 attendees from the same organization) 
                                                         Private Sector Employees               *$500 | $550 
• Swine Flu: Lessons Learned & Preparedness for          Public or Non‐Profit Organization   *$300 | $350 
    Upcoming Flu Season                                   
• Active Shooter & Workplace Violence                    The fee includes 20 hours of training, program 
• Cross Sector Information & Resource Sharing            materials, instructional costs, lunch on Tuesday and 
• Cyber & Physical Infrastructure Security               Wednesday, dinner on Wednesday, refreshment breaks, 
• Business Continuity/Continuity of Operations           and forum‐related activities. Participants are 
• Volunteer Management                                   responsible for costs and arrangements related to meals 
• Long Term Disaster Recovery                            (other than those listed), travel and lodging. 
                                                         Participants are eligible for 20 hours of continuing 
Who Should Attend                                        education through Fox Valley Technical College for 
Those who attended a previous WI Preparedness            attending this forum. 
Forum as well as administrators, department               
managers, and staff in the following occupations:        How to Register 
                                                         Fox Valley Technical College uses an online registration 
• State and local public health and human                system.  To register, visit www.fvtc.edu/prepare.  If you 
    services                                             experience problems, have questions regarding online 
• Fire and law enforcement                               registration, or do not have Internet access, contact 
• Emergency management                                   Nancy Ruddy at (888) 370‐1752 or email 
• Business and institutional risk management             cjgrants@fvtc.edu. 
• Security and loss prevention                            
                                                         Visit the Website | www.fvtc.edu/prepare 
In addition, health, safety, and continuity              •       Register for the forum 
managers, volunteer groups such as Voluntary             •       View the draft agenda 
Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), American        •       Link to the lodging website 
Red Cross, Salvation Army, and Citizens Corps are         
encouraged to attend.                                    Questions 
                                                         For  questions  about  the  conference,  contact  Barbara 
Forum Location                                           Nelson at (920) 735‐4818 or nelsonb@fvtc.edu 
Radisson Paper Valley Hotel                               
333 W. College Ave. | Appleton, WI 54911                  
Ph: (800) 242‐3499 |                                      
www.radissonpapervalley.com                               
                                                                                  Sponsored by 
Forum attendees making reservations prior to              
August 10, 2009 will receive a special room rate         .
$70 (+tax).  To receive this rate, please reference 
the WIPRE room block.


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                                                     The 15th Annual
                       Mid-Wisconsin Law Enforcement Symposium
                                           September 8 - 11, 2009
                                  Heidel House Resort & Conference Center
                                            643 Illinois Avenue
                                           Green Lake, WI 54941

              Including a presentation on the Niagara Train Bridge Shooting
                                        Co-Sponsored by
                     Green Lake County and the Wisconsin Department of Justice
Registering by August 1, 2009 entitles you to the discount registration fee of $135.00, instead of the standard registration fee of
$150.00.

QUESTIONS: Please direct all questions to Linda Jesko, who may be reached by telephone at (920) 294-4046 and by e-mail at
Linda.Jesko@da.wi.gov.

Tuesday, September 8th                                            Thursday, September 10th
  12:00 - 1:00     Registration                                     8:30 - 10:30    Sensitive Domestic Crimes
  1:15 - 2:45      From Crash to Courtroom                            ADA Shelly Rusch, Dane County
     J. Douglas Haag, AAG (ret.)                                      ADA Miriam Falk, Milwaukee County
    James W. Camp, ASAG Tennessee (former host)                     10:45 – 12:15 Interrogation Law
  3:00 - 5:00      Securing Electronic Evidence                       To be announced
    Dep. Scott Kuntz, Dane County                                   1:15 - 2:45     Sex Offender Registry
Wednesday, September 9th                                               Melissa Roberts, Wisconsin DOC
  8:30 - 10:30     Ethics: Safe Policing and Lawyering                Tina Gensler, Wisconsin DOC
    DA Eric Johnson, St. Croix County                               3:00 - 5:00     Niagara Train Bridge Shootings
    Sheriff Dennis Hillstead, St. Croix County                        AAG Gary Freiberg , Wisconsin DOJ
  10:45 – 12:15 Storming the Castle:                                  Det. Tony O’Neill, Marinette County
                        The 4th Amendment in the Home                 Det. Todd Baldwin, Marinette County
    AAG David Perlman, Wisconsin DOJ                                6:00 - 7:00     Boat Ride (Optional)
  12:15 – 1:00     Symposium Luncheon (Provided)                  Friday, September 11th
  1:00 - 2:30      Ethics: Addressing the Media                     8:30 - 10:30    Texting, Twittering and Sexting
     DA Ken Kratz, Calumet County                                      To be announced
                                                                    10:30 - 10:45   Break
                                                                    10:45 - 11:45   Case Law and Legislative Update
                                                                      AAG David Perlman, Wisconsin DOJ
                                                                      ADA Angelina Gabriele, Kenosha County
                                                                    11:45 - 12:00   Closing Remarks
                                                   REGISTRATION FORM

To register for the conference, complete this form and then mail the form, along with your registration fee, to the address
provided. You also may e-mail your registration to Linda.Jesko@da.wi.gov and then mail in your registration payment later.

___________________________________________________                     Make checks payable to the GREEN LAKE COUNTY
Name:                                                                          TREASURER and mail the check to:
___________________________________________________
                                                                                     Office of the District Attorney
Position:                                                                          Attn. Linda Jesko, Office Manager
___________________________________________________                                 RE: Mid-Wisconsin Symposium
Agency:                                                                                      P.O. Box 3188
___________________________________________________                                      Green Lake, WI 54941
Agency Address:
                                                                      GOLF OUTING: The symposium includes an optional
___________________________________________________
                                                                      golf outing, which typically costs an additional $30.00
City/Zip Code:                                                        (including cart). Please check the appropriate box:
___________________________________________________
                                                                                □ Yes, I will attend the golf outing.
                                                                                □ No, I will not attend the golf outing
E-Mail Address:
___________________________________________________                                                                Sponsored by

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                                            4th Annual Statewide
                        Drug Endangered Children Conference
                                            Enhancing Efforts
                                                   For
                                  Wisconsin’s Drug Endangered Children

                                         September 16-17, 2009
                            Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
                                                 Sponsored by:
                                            Wisconsin DEC Alliance
                                   Wisconsin Department of Children & Families
                                      Wisconsin Department of Corrections
                                        Wisconsin Department of Justice
                                      Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance
                                            U.S. Attorneys’ Offices –
                                    Western & Eastern Districts of Wisconsin
                                      Marathon County Sheriff’s Department
CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES: This year’s conference will provide attendees with information from national and
Wisconsin experts to ensure effective efforts are in place for drug endangered children and community DEC
programs. Participants will learn how to best substantiate DEC cases and successfully use the strengths
encompassed within a DEC program. Drawing from each other’s strengths, our DEC programs will have the
sustainability needed to continue the work we all do in protecting Wisconsin’s children.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
          •   Law Enforcement
          •   Community & Tribal Leaders
          •   Prosecutors
          •   Judges
          •   Victim / Witness Service Providers
          •   Human Services / Social Workers
          •   Mental Health / Treatment Providers
          •   Educators
          •   Medical Professionals
          •   Corrections / Probation & Parole
          •   Emergency Responders
COMPLETION CERTIFICATE: Each participant will receive a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the
conference on September 17. You must attend the entire conference to receive a certificate.
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

          Wednesday, September 16, 2009 –        Registration: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
                                                 Conference Sessions: 8:30 am - 4:45 pm
          Thursday, September 17, 2009 –         Conference Sessions: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS: One of the nation’s leading researchers, Dr. Ira Chasnoff, joins us to present
various case studies regarding the long-term cognitive, behavioral and educational developmental effects on drug
endangered children.
Learn from Honorable Judge William Hanrahan as he discusses how we can enhance our efforts by substantiating
DEC cases.
Sharing many different life lessons from her 30+ years of experience as a human services professional in the field of
chemical dependency is Karen Vadino, motivational speaker and humorist.
Also with us this year is the Director of Field Operations David Spakowicz for the Wisconsin Department of Justice
– Division of Criminal Investigation and Forensic Scientist John Nied of the State of Wisconsin Crime Lab in
Wausau who will provide details on drugs endangering our children and affecting our communities.
*Please note: These speakers are tentative; times of these presentations are to be determined.


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LODGING SCHOLARSHIPS: Due to limited funding available, first preference for scholarships will be to those
willing to share a room. Any remaining scholarships will be awarded to participants requesting a single-room. We
are unable to accommodate family members. To apply for a scholarship, complete the scholarship section on the
registration form and return by August 7, 2009. If requesting a scholarship, do not make a hotel reservation – one
will be made for you. You will be notified via email if you will be awarded a scholarship. Scholarships are only for
lodging; recipients must pay the $30 registration fee.
REGISTRATION: To register for the conference, please complete the registration form enclosed with this brochure
and return it by September 4, 2009. There is a $30 registration fee for this conference. No one-day registrations will
be accepted.
LODGING: All conference sessions will take place at the Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Lodging is
available at the Chula Vista Resort, 2501 River Road, Wisconsin Dells, (800) 388-4782, www.chulavistaresort.com.
A block of rooms will be held at the state rate at the hotel until August 14, 2009.
The conference planners will provide reasonable accommodations to people with disabilities. Requests should be
made to Andrea LeStarge as early as possible, preferably at least two weeks in advance of the conference. No one
will be excluded from the conference on the basis of a disability-related accommodation request.
CONFERENCE QUESTIONS? For further information regarding the conference, contact Andrea LeStarge, U.S.
Attorney’s Office – Western District of Wisconsin, (608) 250-5449, Andrea.Lestarge@usdoj.gov.
REGISTRATION QUESTIONS? Patty Kurdi, Wisconsin Department of Justice – Division of Criminal
Investigation, (608) 266-9233, kurdipl@doj.state.wi.us.
DEADLINES: August 7 – Scholarship Deadline; August 14 – Hotel Block Closes; September 4 – Registration
Deadline.

                                       SECTION I: REGISTRANT INFORMATION
  Name (for Name Badge):                                             Name (for Certificate):

  Agency:                                                            Address/City/State/Zip:

  Phone: (        )                  Fax: (        )
  Email:

  What is your profession: (        ) Law Enforcement (          ) Human Services (        ) Education (    ) Victim Assistance

  (     ) Mental Health/Treatment (           ) Judicial/Prosecution (   ) Other (specify)_______________

                                      SECTION II: Lodging Scholarship Application
                           (ONLY complete this section if you are applying for a lodging scholarship)
  Lodging will not be provided to anyone within a 75-mile drive. Due to limited funds, first preference for scholarships
  will be to those willing to share a room. If you are willing to share, please list your roommate’s name below. Any
  remaining scholarships will be awarded to participants requesting a single-room. We are unable to accommodate
  family members. You will be notified via email if you have been awarded a lodging scholarship.
  Briefly describe your experience with, or interest in, working with drug endangered children:


  Briefly describe how you will utilize the information presented at this conference in your community/job:


  Yes I am willing to share! Name of                     Type of room you want: Smoking (         )   Non-smoking (     )
  Roommate:
                                                         I need a room for: Tues. 9/15 (      ) Weds. 9/16 (   )
      There is a $30 registration fee for                                                   Send Form and Registration Fee to:
       this conference, please pay in             Lodging Scholarship Registration
                   advance                          Forms due by August 7, 2009                       Patty Kurdi
                                                                                                     WI DOJ - DCI
       Make checks payable to             Non-Scholarship Registration Forms                       17 W. Main Street
  “Wisconsin Department of Justice”                     due by                                       P.O. Box 7587
    (We are unable to accept credit               September 4, 2009                              Madison, WI 53707-7857
                cards)                                                                             Fax: (608) 294-2933
  NOTE: All attendees are required to                                                            kurdipl@doj.state.wi.us
    pay registration fee, even those
        receiving a scholarship
                              Questions? Contact Patty Kurdi, 608-266-9233 (kurdipl@doj.state.wi.us)
                                                                                                     Sponsored by
                     Scholarship Questions? Contact Barb Williams, 608-264-5158 (Barb.Williams@usdoj.gov)


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                                               L.E.T.O.A. Presents

                                  2009 Annual Fall Conference

WHEN:        Sept. 16-18, 2009 Early Registration Tuesday Sept. 15, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
             Wednesday Registration 7:00 – 8:15 a.m., Session 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

WHERE:       Holiday Inn and Conference Center, 4601 Calumet Ave, Manitowoc, WI

LODGING: Make your reservation by calling the Holiday Inn at 920-682-6000
         Mention you are with the LETOA to secure State Rate lodging

COST:
____ I attended the Fall 2008 or Spring 2009 conference or have joined LETOA since September 2008 - $185
(Includes 2 continental breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 1 hot breakfast.)

____ I’m new to LETOA, or returning to LETOA but did not attend the Fall 2008 or Spring 2009 conference- $195
(Includes 2 continental breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, 1 hot breakfast.)

                             NOTE: Training and Standards will not pay the $10 application fee

ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Contact Brian Fiene at (715) 803-1392 or fiene@ntc.edu.


                                       COURSE OPTIONS AT A GLANCE

Again this year we’re offering a variety of break out sessions. Not all sessions are finalized yet, but here’s an
overview of what is in the works:

LEGAL UPDATE: Dave Perlman and Kitty Anderson
Dave Perlman, Assistant Attorney General, will do a case law and statutory update for Law Enforcement Officers.
Kitty Anderson, Chief Legal Counsel for the Wisconsin Dept. of Corrections, will do an update for Corrections
Officers on current legal issues in Corrections.

TACTICS FOR USING RIOT SHIELDS: Dave Young
This 4 hour block is on selecting, retaining, blocking and striking tactics for using Riot Shields. It is appropriate for
Crowd Management Teams and CERT Teams. Student will need their assigned duty gear, consisting of belt,
holster, training firearm recommended, handcuffs with key, pouch accessories, small towel, mouth piece and
ballistic vest. Student may also bring any additional equipment they wear on duty.

CONDUCTING CORRECTIONAL PCS ISOLATION DRILLS: Gary Klugiewicz
This four hour block of training will train instructors how to conduct a full range of CPCS Isolation Drills including
Initial Contacts, Verbal Deflectors and Paraphrase, Managing Verbal Resistance, Defusing Physical Resistance, and
Debriefing the Subject. (REPEATED)

FTO BLOCK: Dennis Saager
How much do we remediate? When do we remediate, and when do we terminate? What’s the caselaw involving
FTO’s and probationary officers? Find the answers to these and other issues from around the country.

TACTICS FOR DEPLOYING 37/40MM, SHOTGUNS AND AIR LAUNCHERS ON THE RIOT LINE: Dave Young
This 4 hour block will cover moving and shooting from behind the line, tactics for training with protective masks,
weapon transition skills for using on lethal weapons. It is appropriate for Crowd Management Teams and
CERT/SORT Teams. Students will need their assigned duty gear, consisting of belt, holster, training firearm
recommended, handcuffs with key, pouch accessories, small towel, mouth piece and ballistic vest. Student may also
bring any additional equipment they wear on duty.

TRAINING AND STANDARDS UPDATE: Ken Hammond
Training and Standards Director Ken Hammond will provide an update on what is going on at Training and
Standards, and how it impacts instructors and training.

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OFFICER-PERPETRATED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Dept. of Justice Staff
Investigating these cases poses unique issues. This 2-hour block of instruction deals with the how-to’s, procedures
and suggested policy implications.

OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING INVESTIGATIONS: DCI Staff
What will you do if one of the officers you’ve trained is involved in an officer-involved shooting? During this 2-
hour session, Wisconsin DCI Agent(s) will walk through what they’re looking for from you, and what you should
expect when they arrive to do their investigation.

CASE INVESTIGATION DEBRIEFS: DCI Staff
This 4-hour session, led by DCI Agents, is a debrief of complicated shooting investigations involving Chai Vang in
Hayward, Steven Avery in Gibson, and others in Walworth County.

CORRECTIONS BLOCK: Marty Drapkin
This 4-hour block of instruction will deal with current events in the Correctional arena. More information will
follow about this block.

GRAPPLING POSITIONS AND ESCAPES FROM GRIPS AND GRABS: Dave Young
This 4 hour block will be on effective close quarter grappling techniques for officers wearing and not wearing a
firearm It will include strikes and take downs from these positions, escapes from common grabs like bear hugs,
headlocks, full/half nelsons, and chokes. It is appropriate for both corrections and law enforcement personnel.
Student will need their assigned duty gear, consisting of belt, holster, training firearm recommended, handcuffs with
key, pouch accessories, small towel, mouth piece and ballistic vest. Student may also bring any additional
equipment they wear on duty.

SO, WHO MOTIVATES THE MOTIVATOR? Chris Clarke-Epstein
Does everyone expect you to be the motivator? Do you ever wonder who worries about keeping you positively
focused? During this interactive, high energy session, you’ll get the opportunity to find out how to translate the great
ideas and enthusiasm from this LETOA Conference into action in your real world of Law Enforcement and
Corrections Training. Join Master Trainer and author of The Instant Trainer, Chris Clarke-Epstein, CSP as she
challenges us to apply what we’ve learned, to practice 5 sure-fire keys to self-motivation in tough times, and to leave
Manitowoc positively charged to change.


                           For a registration form see our web site at WWW.LETOA.ORG
  or contact Brian Fiene, President, 1000 W. Campus Drive, Wausau, WI 54401, 715-803-1392 or fiene@ntc.edu.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
                2009 Fall Conference Registration


Name: _______________________________________                   Agency: ___________________________________

Address: _________________________________________________                    Telephone #: (____)-_______________

E-Mail: _______________________________________                 Are you new to L.E.T.O.A.?       Yes     No

_____ Check enclosed for $________ ($185 or $195 per person – see above to determine fee)
        Make checks payable to LETOA

_____ Voucher for direct bill to the Training and Standards

                 Add an extra $10.00 late charge for all registrations postmarked after 09/2/09

Send registration form and payment or voucher to:

                                              Ian Nishimoto, Treasurer
                                                       NWTC
                                                 2740 W. Mason St.
                                        Green Bay, WI 54307 (920)498-5711                                Sponsored by

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                                                          2009 Annual Training Symposium 
                         Wisconsin Crime Prevention Practitioners Association (WCPPA) 
                                                             
                                                             
Featured Topics                                                 Dates and Class Numbers 
    •   Keeping Your Kids Safe Online                           September 16‐18, 2009       Class # 50214 
    •   Consumer Protection                                     This two‐and‐a‐half‐day course is scheduled from  
    •   The Yell and Tell Program                               8:30 am to 4:00 pm on Wednesday; 8:00 am to 4:30 
    •   Ever Changing World of Media                            pm  
    •   School Safety Assessment                                on Thursday; and 8:45 am to 12:30 pm on Friday. 
    •   Textbook Thefts                                          
    •   Starting and Maintaining a Neighborhood Watch           Course Fee 
    •   Abatement Program                                       The fee to attend is $225 per participant. The fee 
    •   Fundraising                                             includes 2½ days of training, program materials, 
    •   Power Point Development and Tools                       instructional costs, lunch on Wednesday and 
    •   Grant Writing                                           Thursday, dinner on Thursday, refreshment breaks, 
    •   Crime Prevention Legal Update                           and symposium‐related activities. Participants are 
                                                                responsible for their own travel and lodging 
Who Should Attend                                               arrangements and costs as well as meals (other than 
    •   Criminal Justice Professionals                          those listed). 
    •   Crime Prevention Practitioners                          Participants are eligible for 20 hours of continuing 
    •   Law Enforcement Officers                                education through Fox Valley Technical College for 
    •   Security Practitioners                                  attending this training. 
    •   Loss Prevention Personnel                                
    •   Community Policing Professionals                        How to Register 
    •   Social Service Personnel                                Fox Valley Technical College uses an online 
    •   Juvenile Officers                                       registration system. To register, visit www.wcppa.org 
    •   School Personnel                                        and reference class #50214. If you experience 
    •   Sex Offender Registry Personnel                         problems, have questions regarding online 
    •   Crime Prevention Coalition Members                      registration, or do not have Internet access, contact 
                                                                Nancy Ruddy at (888) 370‐1752 or email 
Conference Location                                             cjgrants@fvtc.edu. 
Wilderness – Glacier Canyon Lodge & Conference                   
Center                                                          Visit the Website | www.wcppa.org  
511 E. Adams St.| Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965                     •    Register for the conference 
Ph: (800) 867‐9453 | www.wildernessresort.com                   •    View the draft training agenda 
Conference attendees making reservations prior to               •    Link to the lodging website 
August 21, 2009 will receive a special room rate of             •    Learn more about WCPPA 
$70 (+tax). To receive this rate, please reference the                   
block number 135600.                                            Questions 
                                                                For questions about the training, contact Devin 
                                                                Rieckmann at (920) 735‐2572 or rieckman@fvtc.edu 
                                                                 




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                   2009 Crime Information Bureau Technology Conference
                                             September 29th – October 1st, 2009
                                      Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, Green Bay

This year’s conference offers sessions of interest to Wisconsin’s criminal justice community including: DNA
Warrants, Technology & Legal Issue; Establishing a School Violence Program; Weston School Shooting Response
& Investigation; Crime Lab Services; Open Records, the DPPA; Legal Update; TIME System Interface User Group
Meeting; Criminal History Record; Office of Privacy Protection & Identity Theft; Telecommunicator Stress
Management; Telecommunicator Emergency Response Taskforce; Internet for Law Enforcement; TIME & eTIME
Update; Computer Evidence Recovery; TRAIN Update; Automated Pawn System; Ask CIB

Training credit is available toward annual officer recertification requirements. Dress for the conference is business
casual. Vendors will be on hand to demonstrate the latest technology available for the law enforcement and criminal
justice community.

The registration fee of $150 for early registration includes conference materials and all meals Tuesday and
Wednesday along with breakfast Thursday. A social networking period has been set aside Wednesday evening to
allow you to converse with other conferees on specific topics of interest. The registration fee increases to $200 after
August 28th.
A block of rooms has been made available at the Radisson at the state rate of $70 single and $80 double occupancy.
You may reserve a room by calling the Radisson at (920) 494-7300 or toll-free at (800) 333-3333. When making
your reservation use the group code 0909DEPTJU or use the event name "Department of Justice Meeting". You
may also register online at www.radisson.com/. The group code to receive the government rate for online
registration is DOJ. Enter this code in the Promotional Code box under Search for Special Rates to display the
conferee rate.
Online registration, registration forms, hotel and detailed conference & vendor information is available at
www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib.conference.asp.

   2009 CRIME INFORMATION BUREAU TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM

  Department, Agency or Employer


  Agency Type:
                   Law Enforcement           Court                        State Agency
                   Dispatch Center           Prosecutor                   Other
  _____________________________________________________________
  Agency Address


  City                                                                      State             Zip Code


  Agency Phone Number                                           Agency Fax Number


  Last Name                                                First Name                                         Middle Initial


  Title, Rank or Position                                          Email Address


  First Name (to appear on nametag)    Payment Method      Direct Bill                     Check/PO # or Person Authorizing
                                          Check            Training & Standards Voucher    T&S Voucher
                                          Purchase Order   (must accompany registration)

Mail registration forms/payment to:               2009 CIB Technology Conference
                                                  Crime Information Bureau
                                                  PO Box 2718
                                                  Madison, WI 53701-2718
Fax registration forms to:                        (608) 267-1338
                                                                                                              Sponsored by

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Training set Oct. 19-23
Hard times can lead to animal neglect;
Humane officers help meet that challenge
By Dr. Yvonne Bellay


Think your department can’t afford a humane officer in a sinking economy? On the contrary, now more than ever,
you probably can’t afford to be without one.

The sad fact is that today’s tough times mean more and more animal neglect and abandonment cases that the public
expects you to handle, no matter how many cuts you’ve made. A humane officer saves time and resources by
handling animal complaints more efficiently and more effectively.

We’re offering this year’s humane officer training course Oct. 19-23 in conjunction with the University of Missouri-
Columbia’s Law Enforcement Training Institute, with Sept. 18 as the registration deadline.

As sworn law officers, you of course can investigate these cases without the additional training and certification.
But you’re likely to find real value in learning the ins and outs of animal law; it's more than just reading the statute.
Training in animal husbandry and specialized evidence collection can help officers conduct animal investigations
more efficiently and effectively. Law officers who have taken humane officer training in the past have brought an
important set of skills and viewpoints to the other trainees, but they've commented that they've taken away a great
deal of new knowledge, too. And you can apply the training to your continuing education requirement.

We bring in veterinarians, attorneys, and officers with years of experience in investigating animal cases for
classroom training. Past trainees have given rave reviews not only for the depth and scope of knowledge these folks
bring, but also for their personable and humorous styles. Next we take participants to the barns at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison for hands-on training, another feature that past students say makes the week well worth their
time.

The class covers:

             The animal investigator's role                     Body conditioning and scoring
             Rules of evidence                                  Pet shop investigations
             Rules of search and seizure                        Photography and sketching
             Civil liability                                    Crime scene procedures and evidence collection
             Wisconsin animal law                               Interview and interrogation
             Facility standards                                 Report writing
             Evaluation of cruelty                              Courtroom testimony
             Nutrition                                          Crisis intervention and officer safety


Again, we need registrations by Sept. 18. You should receive a registration brochure in the mail, or just get in touch
with us: Call 608-224-4889 or e-mail gena.goldade@wisconsin.gov. You can also get the details and download a
registration form on our web site: http://www.datcp.state.wi.us, search term humane officer.


Dr. Yvonne Bellay is the state humane veterinarian with the Animal Health Division of the Wisconsin Department of
Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.




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                                                                         Expanding Partnerships 
                                                                           to do “More with Less” 
                      National Training Conference for Criminal Justice and Community Leaders
                                                                             www.fvtc.edu/MJ 

Conference Description                                    Conference Location  
This nationally recognized conference attracts over       Radisson Hotel and Conference Center 2040 Airport Drive | 
400 criminal justice professionals from over 30           Green Bay, WI 54313 Ph: (920) 494‐7300 | 
states who are interested in the positive aspects of      www.radisson.com/greenbaywi  
community collaboration. Throughout its history, the      Conference attendees making reservations on or before 
conference has focused on developing stronger             October 14, 2009 will receive a special room rate of  $70 
relationships between tribal and non‐tribal law           (+tax). To receive this rate, please indicate that you will 
enforcement agencies and the communities they             be attending the Multi‐J Conference.  
represent. The conference theme, "Working 
Together to Serve Better" has evolved to include the      Dates, Times, and Class Number  
improvement of working relationships with social          2½ Day Conference  Nov. 4‐6 Class #54101 (before Oct. 14) 
service agencies, the court system, educators,             2½ Day Conference  Nov. 4‐6 Class #54102 (after Oct. 14)  
gaming security personnel, and community leaders.         The conference is scheduled from:
By using a multi‐jurisdictional and multi‐disciplinary    •8:30 am – 4:00 pm on Wednesday, November 4, 2009
approach, individuals and agencies are able to            •8:00 am – 4:15 pm on Thursday, November 5, 2009
enhance the level of services available to their          •8:00 am – 12:00 pm on Friday, November 6, 2009
community. The primary focus of this conference is 
to highlight effective strategies and promote 
discussion on strategic solutions for working             Training Fee  
together.                                                 The early fee to attend the conference is $295 per person. 
                                                          After October 14, the fee increases to $350. The fee 
Pre‐Conference Training                                   includes program materials, instructional costs, continental 
Conference attendees are also invited to attend the       breakfast and refreshment breaks on each day, a Cultural 
Pre‐Conference Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)         Reception on Wednesday night, a walk/run on Thursday 
Grantee Training on Tuesday, November 3. There is         night, and other conference‐related activities. Participants 
no fee to attend, but pre‐registration is required.       are responsible for costs and arrangements related to 
You do not need to be a grantee to attend this            meals (other than those listed), travel and lodging.  
training. See www.fvtc.edu/MJ for more information.  
                                                          Participants are eligible for 18 continuing education 
Who Should Attend                                         training hours through Fox Valley Technical College for 
The conference is open to individuals interested in       attending the conference.  
learning, sharing information, and improving 
working relationships within their agency as well as      How to Register  
with other agencies. Participants representing tribal     Fox Valley Technical College uses an online registration  system. 
and non‐tribal law enforcement communities are            To register for the conference, visit www.fvtc.edu/MJ.  
encouraged to attend. The training sessions will 
benefit:                                                  Questions  
• criminal justice personnel                              If you have questions regarding the training, you may contact 
• crime victim advocates & service providers              our customer service center M‐F 7:00 am – 5:00 pm CT at 
• gaming security professionals                           (888)370‐1752 or cjgrants@fvtc.edu. 
• school counselors & teachers                             
• child protection advocates & service providers           
• judges, prosecutors & court personnel  
• substance abuse treatment & service providers  
• probation/parole & correctional officers  
• youth program coordinators 
• school counselors & teachers                             
• community leaders, elders, & concerned citizens                                                       Sponsored by

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                                  WISCONSIN LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPLORER ADVISORS ASSOCIATION


                                                     2009 Annual Conference
                                The 2009 Annual Conference will be held November 9th, 10th, and 11th at the Kalahari
                                Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Your 2010 Association dues are included in the cost of the
                                conference or they can be paid separately. Please note that you must contact the hotel
                                directly to make a reservation.

                                                                                                 Hotel Information
Training topics will include:
                                                                                                 Kalahari Resort
    •     Youth Protection Training                                                            1305 Kalahari Drive
    •     NetSmartz: Train the Trainer                                                      Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965
    •     Instructor Development                                                                 Rooms are available
    •     MySpace Training                                                                 at the Kalahari Resort for the
    •     Association Yearly Business Meeting and Election of Officers                         state rate of $70 single.
                                                                                              Call the hotel directly at
Cost:     $110 per Advisor.                                                                        1-877-525-2427
          Your 2010 dues and WLEEAA newsletter are included in the
          conference fees as well as lunch on November 9th and 10th.

If you have any questions, please contact Officer Brent Olson, Wausau Police Department, 515 Grand Avenue,
Wausau, WI 54403, Phone: 715-261-7982, Email: bdolson@mail.ci.wausau.wi.us.


The early registration deadline is October 15, 2009. Please make all checks payable to: WLEEAA.

Select the appropriate box below:

        I will be attending the 2009 WLEEAA conference, and have enclosed $110.00. The $110.00 covers the
        conference fees and the 2010 WLEEAA dues and the WLEEAA Newsletter.
        I will not be able to attend the 2009 WLEEAA Conference. I have enclosed $10.00, which covers the 2010
        WLEEAA dues and also the WLEEAA Newsletter.
                Please complete all of the following information to help ensure that our database is complete.

TITLE: ________________________________                   NAME: ___________________________________________

DEPARTMENT: ______________________________________________________________________________

MAILING ADDRESS(FOR NEWSLETTER): _______________________________________________________

CITY: _________________________________                  STATE:___________             ZIP CODE:___________________

WORK PHONE: _____________________________                        HOME PHONE:_______________________________

FAX:_______________________________                 SHIRT SIZE: ____________________

EMAIL: _________________________________________________


PLEASE RETURN FORM TO:
                                              Officer Brent Olson
                                         ATTN: WLEEAA Conference
                                           Wausau Police Department
                                               515 Grand Avenue
                                              Wausau, WI 54403
                            Phone: 715-261-7982, Email: bdolson@mail.ci.wausau.wi.us


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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 course
                                            announcement. 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.


AUXILIARY POLICE OFFICER                    Vacancy, Full-time, Part-time.               CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Greendale Police Department,                Responsibilities: Perform support            INSTRUCTOR
Greendale, WI Reason For                    functions such as providing security at      Northeast Wisconsin Technical College,
Announcement: Fill Vacancy,                 public functions, assist sworn officers as   Grren Bay, WI Reason For
Establish Eligibility List, Part-time.      ride-alongs, emergency services,             Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-
Responsibilities: This is a volunteer       ordinance enforcement, directing traffic,    time. Responsibilities: Provide
Position. Auxiliary Officers ride squad     handling minor assistance calls, other       instruction to students within the
with the Officers, Work traffic control     duties as assigned. Salary & Benefits:       criminal justice department and in
for events. Do community policing           $7.50 per hour. uniforms provided.           accordance with the vision, mission,
assignment representing the Greendale       Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum        goals, policies, and procedures of the
police at local events. Applicants should   age - 18; Driver license; Good driving       College. Instructor is responsible for
be available day and evening hours.         record; No felony convictions; No            engaging students in the learning
Salary & Benefits: $0.00 per hour.          domestic abuse convictions; Good             process and preparing the student to be
Training is provided to qualified           verbal and written communication             successful. Salary & Benefits: $49,072
applicants. . Qualifications: Minimum       skills; React quickly and effectively to     - $73,518 per year. Salary dependent on
age - 18; Driver license; Good driving      stressful situations; Able to work           qualifications. Wisconsin retirement
record; Good physical condition; No         evenings, weekends, and holidays;            fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;
felony convictions; No domestic abuse       Clear and concise speech; Ability to         Sick leave; Dental.
convictions; Good verbal and written        handle several tasks simultaneously;         Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Bachelor
communication skills; React quickly         Ability to perform essential functions of    degree; No felony convictions; Good
and effectively to stressful situations;    this position; Ability to use all standard   verbal and written communication
Able to work evenings, weekends, and        law enforcement equipment; Able to           skills; React quickly and effectively to
holidays; Clear and concise speech;         attend meeting every 2nd and 4th             stressful situations; Able to work
Ability to handle several tasks             Wednesday of the month. Apply:               evenings, weekends, and holidays;
simultaneously; Ability to perform          10/30/2009. Submit Agency                    Knowledge and skills in operating
essential functions of this position.       Application. To Officer Jamal Kawar,         computer systems; Clear and concise
Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit          City of Menasha Police, 430 First            speech; Ability to perform essential
DJ-LE-330, Agency Application. To           Street, Menasha, WI 54952,                   functions of this position. Apply:
Lieutenant Robert Malasuk, Greendale        Phone: (920) 967-3500, Fax: (920)            Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency
Police Department, 5911 W. Grange           967-5145, Email:                             Application. To Northeast Wisconsin
Ave, Greendale , WI 53129,                  jkawar@ci.menasha.wi.us,                     Technical College, 2740 W Mason St,
Phone: (414) 423-2121, Fax: (414)           Internet: www.cityofmenasha-                 Green Bay, WI 54304, Phone: (920)
423-2119, Email:                            wi.gov. To obtain application                498-5400, Email: hr@nwtc.edu,
rmmalasuk@greendalepolice.org.              materials: http://www.cityofmenasha-         Internet: http://www.nwtc.edu.
To obtain application materials:            wi.gov/content/departments/personnel/d       To obtain application materials:
 Available at the Greendale Police          ocuments/Application-full-                   http://www.nwtc.edu.
Department. Note: Oral interviews;          timeandregpart-                              AA/ADA/EOE
Background investigation.                   timewithADAandAffAct_005.pdf.
                                            Note: Oral interviews; Background            DEPUTY SHERIFF
AUXILIARY POLICE OFFICER                    investigation.                               Dane County Sheriff's Office, Madison,
(NON SWORN)                                 AA/ADA/EOE                                   WI Reason For Announcement:
Menasha Police Department, Menasha,                                                      Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.
WI Reason For Announcement: Fill                                                                                     Sponsored by
                                                                                         Responsibilities: This position

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performs various functions including         communication skills; Previous              application materials: email or
patrol, traffic law enforcement,             experience; React quickly and               telephone. Note: Written exam; Oral
supervision of inmates, criminal             effectively to stressful situations; Able   interviews; Psychological profile;
investigations, court bailiff and serving    to work evenings, weekends, and             Polygraph examination; Drug screening;
warrants and civil papers. Salary &          holidays; Knowledge and skills in           Background investigation.
Benefits: $40,676 - $70,549 per year.        operating computer systems; Refer to        EOE
Wisconsin retirement fund; Health            Viterbo University Human Resources
insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;       website. . Apply: Ongoing                   DISPATCHER/
Dental; Paid holidays - 12; Clothing         Recruitment. Submit Agency                  TELECOMMUNICATOR
allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred           Application. To Director of Human           Kenosha City/County Joint Services,
compensation; Education incentive pay;       Resources Marsha Momoi-Piehl ,              Kenosha, WI Reason For
Vacation; Paid bereavement leave,            Viterbo University , 900 Viterbo Drive ,    Announcement: Fill Vacancy,
Undesireable Hours pay, Post                 La Crosse , WI 54601, Phone: (608)          Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.
Employment Health Plan. Educational          796-3930,                                   Responsibilities: Operates telephones,
incentive pay of up to 18% over base         Email: mmmomoipiehl@viterbo.edu,            computers, radios, and other electronic
salary. Longevity pay of 3% to 12%           Internet: http://www.viterbo.edu/Huma       communications equipment; gathers
over base salary. Qualifications: U.S.       nResources.aspx. To obtain application      emergency and non-emergency
citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver            materials: http://www.viterbo.edu/Hum       information; dispatches appropriate law
license; Good driving record; Good           anResources.aspx. Note: Background          enforcement and fire equipment.
physical condition; Eligibility for          investigation.                              Complete job description available with
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          EOE                                         application. Salary & Benefits: $17.36
Board Certification; High school                                                         - $21.78 per hour. Salary dependent on
diploma; Ability to possess a firearm;       DISPATCHER/                                 qualifications. Wisconsin retirement
No felony convictions; No domestic           TELECOMMUNICATOR                            fund; Health insurance; Life insurance;
abuse convictions; Vision correctable to     Southeast Emergency Communications          Sick leave; Paid holidays - 10; Deferred
20/20; Good verbal and written               (SEECOM), Crystal Lake, IL Reason           compensation; Vacation; Shift premium
communication skills; Able to work           For Announcement: Fill Vacancy,             and Emergency Medical Dispatching
evenings, weekends, and holidays;            Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.      premium in addition to base wage,
Ability to perform essential functions of    Responsibilities: Answering incoming        Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee
this position; Ability to use all standard   emergency and routine assistance calls.     Assistance Program.
law enforcement equipment; Must              Dispatch Police, Fire and EMS               Qualifications: Minimum age - 18;
obtain a minimum of 60 college credits       personnel. Operates and maintains radio     High school diploma; No felony
within 5 years of hire date. Two years       and telecommunications systems.             convictions; Good verbal and written
full-time work, military or college          Monitors Burglar and Fire Alarm             communication skills; React quickly
experience. Apply: Ongoing                   System. Copy of complete job                and effectively to stressful situations;
Recruitment. Submit Agency                   description available with application.     Able to work evenings, weekends, and
Application. To Deputy III Rick              Salary & Benefits: $38,937 - $41,700        holidays; Clear and concise speech;
Treadwell, Dane County Sheriff's             per year. Health insurance; Life            Ability to handle several tasks
Office, 115 W. Doty St., Madison,            insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid         simultaneously; Ability to perform
WI 53703, Phone: (608) 284-6174,             holidays - 9; Deferred compensation;        essential functions of this position;
Email: treadwell@co.dane.wi.us,              Vacation; Illinois Municipal retirement     Bilingual - Not required, but helpful;
Internet: www.danesheriff.com.               Fund. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;         Ability to data entry at 6200 keystrokes
To obtain application materials:             Minimum age - 18; High school               per hour with an accuracy rate of 95%.
www.danesheriff.com ; E-mail request:        diploma; No felony convictions; Good        In lieu of high school diploma, we will
treadwell@co.dane.wi.us; Phone               verbal and written communication            accept G.E.D.. Apply: Ongoing
request: (608) 284-6174.                     skills; Previous experience; React          Recruitment. Submit Agency
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;         quickly and effectively to stressful        Application. To Personnel Assistant
Psychological profile; Medical               situations; Able to work evenings,          Bev Sebetic, Kenosha City/County Joint
examination; Vision examination; Drug        weekends, and holidays; Ability to          Services, 1000 55th Street, Room 100,
screening; Background investigation;         keyboard/type words per minute - 35;        Kenosha, WI 53140, Phone: (262)
State of Wisconsin Residency required        Knowledge and skills in operating           605-5050, Internet: www.kccjs.org. To
upon hire.                                   computer systems; Clear and concise         obtain application
AA/EOE                                       speech; Ability to handle several tasks     materials: www.kccjs.org or (262) 605-
                                             simultaneously; Ability to perform          5050. Note: Written exam; Oral
DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS SAFETY                    essential functions of this position;       interviews; Psychological profile;
Viterbo University, La Crosse , WI           Bilingual - desireable; Obtain CPR and      Medical examination; Vision
Reason For Announcement: Fill                Emergency Medical Dispatch                  examination; Drug screening;
Vacancy, Full-time. Responsibilities:        Certification within 1 year of              Background investigation; Residency
The Director of Campus Safety leads          employment. Obtain LEADS                    required; Application received by noon,
and manages a comprehensive 24/7             Certification within 1 year of              August 3, 2009, will be considered for
security and safety operation in             employment. Apply: Ongoing                  testing.
compliance with University policy and        Recruitment. Submit Resume, Agency          EOE
local, state and federal regulations.        Application. To Jeannette Knowles-
Salary & Benefits: $40,000 - $45,000         Groh, Southeast Emergency                   JAIL/CORRECTIONS OFFICER
per year. University benefits package.       Communications, 100 W. Municipal            Outagamie County Sheriff's Office,
. Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Driver       Complex, P.O. Box 597, Crystal Lake,        Appleton, WI Reason For
license; Bachelor degree; No felony          IL 60039-0597, Phone: (815) 356-            Announcement: Establish Eligibility
convictions; No domestic abuse               2685, Email: jknowles-                      List, Full-time. Responsibilities:
convictions; Good verbal and written         groh@seecom911.org. To obtain               Performs functions to ensure the


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security and safety of the jail and the    operating computer systems; Clear and       Crosse Street, La Crosse, WI 54601,
welfare of prisoners. Takes custody of     concise speech; Ability to handle           Phone: (608) 789-7595, Fax: (608)
prisoners, oversees the behavior of        several tasks simultaneously; Ability to    789-7598, Internet:
prisoners, submits required reports,       perform essential functions of this         http://www.cityoflacrosse.org/jobs.asp?j
transports prisoners as required and       position; Ability to use all standard law   obID=16. To obtain application
processes prisions for court appearances   enforcement equipment. Apply:               materials: http://www.cityoflacrosse.or
and release. Salary & Benefits: $19.72     Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency          g/index.asp?NID=498. Note: Oral
- $24.05 per hour. Wisconsin               Application. To Management                  interviews; Medical examination;
retirement fund; Health insurance; Life    Assistant- H.R. Lameka Wilder,              Vision examination; Drug screening;
insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid        Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office, 821      Background investigation; 3 year
holidays - 10; Clothing allowance;         W. State Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233,       residency requirement.
Deferred compensation; Vacation.           Phone: (414) 278-4681, Fax: (414)           AA/ADA/EOE
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum      223-1873,
age - 18; Driver license; Good driving     Email: lameka.wilder@milwcnty.com,          POLICE OFFICER
record; Good physical condition; High      Internet: http://www.jobs.milwaukeeco       Combined Locks Police Department,
school diploma; 60 college credits;        unty.org. To obtain application             Combined Locks, WI Reason For
Vision correctable to 20/20; Good          materials: http://www.jobs.milwaukeec       Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Part-
verbal and written communication           ounty.org. Note: Written exam; Oral         time. Responsibilities:
skills; React quickly and effectively to   interviews; Medical examination;            Responsibilities for this position include
stressful situations; Able to work         Vision examination; Drug screening;         justly enforcing the laws and ordinances
evenings, weekends, and holidays;          Background investigation; Physical          of the State of Wisconsin and the
Ability to handle several tasks            fitness/agility screening; Residency        Village of Combined Locks in a
simultaneously; Ability to perform         required; Appointee must establish          community-oriented policing
essential functions of this position.      residence in Milwaukee County within        environment. Salary & Benefits: $8.50
Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit         six months of appointment and maintain      - $17.54 per hour.
DJ-LE-330, Resume. To Human                such residency during incumbency.           Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
Resources Department, Outagamie            AA/ADA/EOE                                  age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
County, 410 South Walnut Street,                                                       record; Good physical condition;
Appleton, WI 54911, Phone: (920)           POLICE –                                    Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
832-1668, Fax: (920) 832-1534,             CIVILIAN SERVICE EMPLOYEE                   Enforcement Standards Board
Email: HRMAIL@co.outagamie.wi.us,          La Crosse Police Department, La             Certification; High school diploma;
Internet: www.co.outagamie.wi.us.          Crosse, WI Reason For                       Ability to possess a firearm; No felony
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;       Announcement: Fill Vacancy,                 convictions; No domestic abuse
Psychological profile; Medical             Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.      convictions; Good verbal and written
examination; Drug screening;               Responsibilities: Perform support           communication skills; React quickly
Background investigation; Physical         functions such as parking ordinance         and effectively to stressful situations;
fitness/agility screening.                 enforcement, directing traffic, assisting   Able to work evenings, weekends, and
AA/ADA/EOE                                 crossing guards, handling minor             holidays; Knowledge and skills in
                                           assistance calls, preparing reports and     operating computer systems; Clear and
JAIL/CORRECTIONS OFFICER                   performing clerical tasks as well as        concise speech; Ability to handle
Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office,         other police duties except search and       several tasks simultaneously. Apply:
Milwaukee, WI Reason For                   seizure and other sworn officer duties.     4:00 PM, 08/21/2009. Submit Agency
Announcement: Fill Vacancy,                Salary & Benefits: $29,411 - $31,491        Application. To Chief of Police Scott
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.     per year. Wisconsin retirement fund;        Lund, Combined Locks Police
Responsibilities: Safeguard and            Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick      Department, 405 Wallace Street,
supervise inmates; maintain discipline     leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 11;          Combined Locks, WI 54113,
and enforcement, monitor and evaluate      Clothing allowance; Longevity pay;          Phone: (920) 731-6321, Fax: (920)
inmate behavior; supervise visiting,       Deferred compensation; Education            788-6535,
programs and recreations; instruct         incentive pay; Vacation.                    Internet: http://www.combinedlocks.or
inmates individually and/or in large       Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       g/combinedlocks/departments/police/de
groups;to restrain combative inmates.      age - 18; Driver license; Good driving      fault.asp. To obtain application
Salary & Benefits: $34,847 - $41,297       record; Good physical condition; 60         materials: http://www.combinedlocks.o
per year. Health insurance; Life           college credits; No felony convictions;     rg/combinedlocks/departments/police/d
insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Deferred    No domestic abuse convictions; Vision       efault.asp. Note: Oral interviews;
compensation; Vacation.                    correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       Psychological profile; Medical
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum      written communication skills; React         examination; Background investigation;
age - 21; Driver license; Good driving     quickly and effectively to stressful        Physical fitness/agility screening.
record; Good physical condition;           situations; Able to work evenings,
Eligibility for Wisconsin Law              weekends, and holidays; Knowledge           POLICE OFFICER
Enforcement Standards Board                and skills in operating computer            Prescott Police Department, Prescott,
Certification; High school diploma;        systems; Clear and concise speech;          WI Reason For Announcement: Fill
Ability to possess a firearm; No felony    Ability to handle several tasks             Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-
convictions; No domestic abuse             simultaneously; Ability to perform          time. Responsibilities: Work as a
convictions; Vision correctable to         essential functions of this position;       team member to enforce laws, respond
20/20; Good verbal and written             Ability to use all standard law             to calls for service and work with the
communication skills; React quickly        enforcement equipment. Apply:               community. Salary & Benefits: $19.49
and effectively to stressful situations;   Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency          per hour. Wisconsin retirement fund;
Able to work evenings, weekends, and       Application. To City of La Crosse ,         Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick
holidays; Knowledge and skills in          Human Resources Department , 400 La                                   Sponsored by
                                                                                       leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10;


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Clothing allowance; Deferred                 Able to work evenings, weekends, and         Physical fitness/agility screening;
compensation; Vacation.                      holidays; Ability to keyboard/type           Assessment Center.
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum        words per minute - 45; Knowledge and         EOE
age - 21; Driver license; Good driving       skills in operating computer systems;
record; Good physical condition; High        Clear and concise speech; Ability to         POLICE OFFICER
school diploma; 60 college credits;          handle several tasks simultaneously;         La Crosse Police Department, La
Ability to possess a firearm; No felony      Ability to use all standard law              Crosse, WI Reason For
convictions; No domestic abuse               enforcement equipment. Apply: 4:30           Announcement: Fill Vacancy,
convictions; Vision correctable to           PM, 08/29/2009. Submit DJ-LE-                Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.
20/20; Good verbal and written               330. To Administrative Support Karen         Responsibilities: Responsibilities
communication skills; React quickly          Meyer, Ellsworth Police Dept., 130 N         include working as a team member to
and effectively to stressful situations;     Chestnut St., Ellsworth, WI 54011,           enforce laws, maintaining the public
Able to work evenings, weekends, and         Phone: (715) 273-3275, Fax: (715)            peace, protecting life and property and
holidays; Ability to keyboard/type           273-3598,                                    working with the community to address
words per minute - 40; Knowledge and         Email: karen@ellsworthpolice.org.            community problems. Salary &
skills in operating computer systems;        Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;         Benefits: $41,574 - $55,965 per year.
Clear and concise speech; Ability to         Psychological profile; Medical               Wisconsin retirement fund; Health
handle several tasks simultaneously;         examination; Drug screening;                 insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;
Ability to perform essential functions of    Background investigation.                    Dental; Paid holidays - 11; Clothing
this position; Ability to use all standard   AA/ADA/EOE                                   allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred
law enforcement equipment; Preference                                                     compensation; Education incentive pay;
given to individuals possessing current      POLICE OFFICER                               Vacation; Retiree health insurance until
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          Glendale Police Department, Glendale,        age 65. Lateral Transfer Program .
Board certification...Experience             WI Reason For Announcement:                  Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
preferrred...Possess leadership skills.      Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.       age - 21; Driver license; Good driving
Apply: 5:00 PM, 08/21/2009. Submit           Responsibilities: Protect life and           record; Good physical condition;
DJ-LE-330, Resume. To City                   property through the enforcement of          Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
Administrator Elizabeth A. Frueh, City       laws and ordinances. Patrol assigned         Enforcement Standards Board
of Prescott, 800 Borner Street,              areas, respond to criminal, suspicious       Certification; High school diploma; 60
Prescott, WI 54021, Phone: (715) 262-        and unusual calls; investigate activities,   college credits; Bachelor degree -
5544, Email: efrueh@prescottcity.org.        gather evidence, secure areas; protect       Preferred; Ability to possess a firearm;
Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;         the public and property; apprehend           No felony convictions; No domestic
Psychological profile; Medical               violators, complete paperwork and            abuse convictions; Good verbal and
examination; Vision examination; Drug        related duties. Salary & Benefits:           written communication skills; React
screening; Background investigation;         $49,268.52 - $62,869.80 per year.            quickly and effectively to stressful
Physical fitness/agility screening;          Wisconsin retirement fund; Health            situations; Able to work evenings,
Residency within State of Wisconsin          insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;       weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
and 25 mile radius required within 12        Dental; Paid holidays - 10; Clothing         and skills in operating computer
months...No email or fax applications        allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred           systems; Clear and concise speech;
accepted...No late applications...Must       compensation; Vacation.                      Ability to handle several tasks
complete Section 6 General Questions         Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Driver         simultaneously; Ability to perform
on DJ-LE-330.                                license; Good driving record; Good           essential functions of this position;
ADA/EOE                                      physical condition; Eligibility for          Ability to use all standard law
                                             Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          enforcement equipment; The La Crosse
POLICE OFFICER                               Board Certification; Associate degree -      Police Department incorporates a
Ellsworth Police Department, Ellsworth,      Police Science or Criminal Justice;          community policing philosophy;
WI Reason For Announcement: Fill             Bachelor degree - Any area; Ability to       accordingly, applicants should possess
Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-   possess a firearm; No felony                 strong human relations, problem
time. Responsibilities: Ability to           convictions; Good verbal and written         solving, and communication skills. .
perform functions of a police officer,       communication skills; React quickly          Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit
including but not limited to enforcing       and effectively to stressful situations;     Agency Application. To City of La
local, state, federal criminal and traffic   Able to work evenings, weekends, and         Crosse , Human Resources Department,
laws. Salary & Benefits: $40,684 per         holidays; Ability to perform essential       400 La Crosse Street, La Crosse,
year. Wisconsin retirement fund;             functions of this position; Ability to use   WI 54601, Phone: (608) 789-7595,
Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick       all standard law enforcement                 Fax: (608) 789-7598,
leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 11;           equipment. Apply: 12:00 PM,                  Internet: http://www.cityoflacrosse.org/
Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;        09/16/2009. Submit Agency                    jobs.asp?jobID=15. To obtain
Vacation. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;      Application. To Lieutenant Don               application materials:
Driver license; Good driving record;         Haffner, Glendale Police Department,         http://www.cityoflacrosse.org/index.asp
Good physical condition; Eligibility for     5909 N Milwaukee River Pkwy,                 ?nid=498. Note: Written exam; Oral
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          Glendale, WI 53209, Phone: (414)             interviews; Psychological profile;
Board Certification; High school             228-1753, Email: d.haffner@glendale-         Medical examination; Vision
diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to      wi.org, Internet: http://pd.glendale-        examination; Drug screening;
possess a firearm; No felony                 wi.org. To obtain application                Background investigation; Physical
convictions; No domestic abuse               materials: http://pd.glendale-wi.org.        fitness/agility screening; 3 year
convictions; Vision correctable to           Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;         residency requirement.
20/20; Good verbal and written               Psychological profile; Medical               AA/ADA/EOE
communication skills; React quickly          examination; Vision examination; Drug
and effectively to stressful situations;     screening; Background investigation;


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POLICE OFFICER                               simultaneously; Ability to perform          Internet: http://www.platteville.org. To
Red Cliff Law Enforcement, Bayfield,         essential functions of this position;       obtain application materials: online at
WI Reason For Announcement:                  Ability to use all standard law             platteville.org or contact the Platteville
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.       enforcement equipment; minimum age          Police Dept. (608) 348-2313.
Salary & Benefits: $15.00 - $17.00 per       of 20 1/2 years at time of application.     Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;
hour. Health insurance; Sick leave;          Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit          Psychological profile; Medical
Dental; Clothing allowance.                  Agency Application. To Chief of Police      examination; Vision examination; Drug
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Driver         Craig A. Olsen, Baraboo Police              screening; Background investigation;
license; Good driving record; Good           Department, 135 Fourth Street,              Physical fitness/agility screening;
physical condition; Eligibility for          Baraboo, WI 53913, Phone: (608) 355-        Residency required; Residency within
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          2720, Fax: (608) 356-1710,                  15 miles of the City of Platteville is
Board Certification; 60 college credits;     Email: colsen@cityofbaraboo.com,            required within 1 year of date of hire.
Ability to possess a firearm; No felony      Internet: www.cityofbaraboo.com. To         AA/ADA/EOE
convictions; No domestic abuse               obtain application materials: On our
convictions; Good verbal and written         website at                                  POLICE OFFICER
communication skills; Able to work           www.cityofbaraboo.com/police.               Menomonee Falls Police Department,
evenings, weekends, and holidays;            Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;        Menomonee Falls, WI Reason For
Clear and concise speech; Ability to         Psychological profile; Medical              Announcement: Establish Eligibility
handle several tasks simultaneously;         examination; Vision examination; Drug       List, Full-time. Responsibilities:
Ability to perform essential functions of    screening; Background investigation;        Police patrol & criminal & municipal
this position; Ability to use all standard   Residency required; See our website for     law enforcement including: traffic
law enforcement equipment. Apply:            application due dates for our next hiring   control & enforcement,accident
Ongoing Recruitment. Submit DJ-LE-           process.                                    investigation, patrol, investigation of
330, Resume. To Chief of Police              AA/ADA/EOE                                  law violations. Salary & Benefits:
Charles A. Bresette, Red Cliff Police                                                    $51,183 - $62,149 per year. Wisconsin
Department, 88385 Pike Road STH 13,          POLICE OFFICER                              retirement fund; Health insurance; Life
Bayfield, WI 54814, Phone: (715) 779-        Platteville Police Department,              insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid
3733, Fax: (715) 779-3187,                   Platteville, WI Reason For                  holidays - 11; Clothing allowance;
Email: rcpolice@charter.net.                 Announcement: Establish Eligibility         Education incentive pay; Vacation; See
Note: Oral interviews; Psychological         List, Full-time. Responsibilities: The      www.menomonee-falls.org.
profile; Medical examination; Vision         position description can be viewed on       Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
examination; Drug screening;                 the City of Platteville's website:          age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
Background investigation; Residency          http://www.platteville.org. Salary &        record; Good physical condition;
required.                                    Benefits: $18.11 per hour. Wisconsin        Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
EOE                                          retirement fund; Health insurance; Life     Enforcement Standards Board
                                             insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid         Certification; High school diploma; 60
POLICE OFFICER                               holidays - 11; Clothing allowance;          college credits; Ability to possess a
Baraboo Police Department, Baraboo,          Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;       firearm; No felony convictions; No
WI Reason For Announcement:                  Vacation; All equipment subject to          domestic abuse convictions; Vision
Establish Eligibility List, Full-time.       initial issue. Qualifications: U.S.         correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and
Responsibilities: General police             citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver           written communication skills; React
functions including patrol; criminal law     license; Good driving record; Good          quickly and effectively to stressful
enforcement; traffic code enforcement;       physical condition; Eligibility for         situations; Able to work evenings,
ordinance enforcement; maintaining           Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards         weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
public peace; protecting life and            Board Certification; High school            and skills in operating computer
property; and working with the               diploma; Bachelor degree; Ability to        systems; Clear and concise speech;
community to address community               possess a firearm; No felony                Ability to handle several tasks
problems. Salary & Benefits:                 convictions; No domestic abuse              simultaneously; Ability to perform
$40,792.32 - $48,272.76 per year.            convictions; Vision correctable to          essential functions of this position;
Wisconsin retirement fund; Health            20/20; Good verbal and written              Ability to use all standard law
insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;       communication skills; React quickly         enforcement equipment; See:
Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance;      and effectively to stressful situations;    www.menomonee-falls.org. Apply:
Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;        Able to work evenings, weekends, and        Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency
Education incentive pay; Vacation.           holidays; Clear and concise speech;         Application. To Human Resource
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Driver         Ability to handle several tasks             Director Christine Peplin, Village of
license; Good driving record; Good           simultaneously; Ability to perform          Menomonee Falls, W156 N8480
physical condition; Eligibility for          essential functions of this position;       Pilgrim Road, Menomonee Falls,
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards          Ability to use all standard law             WI 53051, Phone: (262) 532-4243,
Board Certification; High school             enforcement equipment; Preference           Fax: (262) 532-4249,
diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to      given to individuals possessing             Email: cpeplin@menomonee-falls.org,
possess a firearm; No felony                 Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards         Internet: www.menomonee-
convictions; No domestic abuse               Board Certification . Apply: Ongoing        falls.org. To obtain application
convictions; Vision correctable to           Recruitment. Submit Agency                  materials: www.menomonee-falls.org.
20/20; Good verbal and written               Application. To Lieutenant Bruce            Note: An applicant must meet the
communication skills; React quickly          Buchholtz, Platteville Police               qualifications for Police Officer at the
and effectively to stressful situations;     Department, 5 W. Mineral St., P.O. Box      time of application. Assessment Center.
Able to work evenings, weekends, and         780, Platteville, WI 53818-0780,            AA/ADA/EOE
holidays; Clear and concise speech;          Phone: (608) 348-2313,
Ability to handle several tasks              Email: buchholtzb@platteville.org,                                    Sponsored by

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POLICE OFFICER                              Associate degree; Bachelor degree -         examination; Drug screening;
Eau Claire Police Department, Eau           Preferred; Ability to possess a firearm;    Background investigation; Physical
Claire, WI Reason For                       No felony convictions; No domestic          fitness/agility screening.
Announcement: Establish Eligibility         abuse convictions; Vision correctable to    EOE
List, Full-time. Responsibilities:          20/20; Good verbal and written
Responsible for providing around-the-       communication skills; React quickly         POLICE OFFICER
clock police services to the Eau Claire     and effectively to stressful situations;    University of Wisconsin - Madison,
community. Performs general duty            Able to work evenings, weekends, and        Madison, WI Reason For
police work for the protection of life      holidays; Knowledge and skills in           Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-
and property,prevention of                  operating computer systems; Clear and       time. Responsibilities: Officers are
crime,apprehension of criminals,and the     concise speech; Ability to handle           responsible for patrolling and
general enforcement of laws and             several tasks simultaneously; Ability to    responding to calls for service on the
ordinances in designated areas on an        perform essential functions of this         University Campus. We are a
assigned shift. Salary & Benefits:          position; Ability to use all standard law   progressive Department with a
$44,011 - $51,597 per year. Wisconsin       enforcement equipment; Bilingual -          commitment to training and utilizing
retirement fund; Health insurance; Life     Preferred. Apply: Ongoing                   new technology. Salary & Benefits:
insurance; Sick leave; Paid holidays - 8;   Recruitment. Submit Agency                  $18.29 - $23.28 per hour. Wisconsin
Longevity pay; Deferred compensation;       Application. To Executive Assistant         retirement fund; Health insurance; Life
Education incentive pay; Vacation;          Jackie Braatz, Human Resources, 160 S.      insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid
Flexible Spending Plan.                     Macy St., Post Office Box 150, Fond du      holidays - 9; Longevity pay; Deferred
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       Lac, WI 54936-0150, Phone: (920)            compensation; Vacation; Complete
age - 18; Driver license; Good driving      322-3624, Fax: (920) 322-3421,              uniform provided.
record; Good physical condition;            Email: jbraatz@ci.fond-du-lac.wi.us,        Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
Eligibility for Wisconsin Law               Internet: www.ci.fond-du-lac.wi.us. To      age - 18; Driver license; Good driving
Enforcement Standards Board                 obtain application                          record; Good physical condition;
Certification; High school diploma; 60      materials: http://www.ci.fond-du-           Eligibility for Wisconsin Law
college credits; Ability to possess a       lac.wi.us/index.iml?department=22 or        Enforcement Standards Board
firearm; No felony convictions; No          www.FDLPolice.com or by contacting          Certification; High school diploma; 60
domestic abuse convictions; Vision          the City Human Resources Department         college credits; Ability to possess a
correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and       (920) 322-3624. Note: Written exam;         firearm; No felony convictions; No
written communication skills; React         Oral interviews; Psychological profile;     domestic abuse convictions; Vision
quickly and effectively to stressful        Medical examination; Vision                 correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and
situations; Able to work evenings,          examination; Drug screening;                written communication skills; React
weekends, and holidays; Knowledge           Background investigation; Physical          quickly and effectively to stressful
and skills in operating computer            fitness/agility screening.                  situations; Able to work evenings,
systems; Clear and concise speech;          AA/ADA/EOE                                  weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
Ability to handle several tasks                                                         and skills in operating computer
simultaneously; Ability to perform          POLICE OFFICER                              systems; Clear and concise speech;
essential functions of this position;       North Fond du Lac Police Department,        Ability to handle several tasks
Ability to use all standard law             North Fond du Lac, WI Reason For            simultaneously; Ability to perform
enforcement equipment. Apply:               Announcement: Establish Eligibility         essential functions of this position;
Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Resume,         List, Full-time. Salary & Benefits:         Ability to use all standard law
Agency Application. To City of Eau          $40,081 - $50,904 per year. Salary          enforcement equipment. Apply:
Claire Human Resources, 203 S.              dependent on qualifications.                Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency
Farwell Street, Eau Claire, WI 54703,       Wisconsin retirement fund; Health           Application. To Lieutenant Kenneth
Phone: (715) 839-4921,                      insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;      Kerl, UW-Madison Police Department,
Internet: www.eauclairewi.gov/jobs. T       Dental; Paid holidays - 9; Clothing         1429 Monroe Street, Madison,
o obtain application materials: Online      allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred          WI 53711, Phone: (608) 262-4889,
Application. Note: Written exam;            compensation; Education incentive pay;      Email: kgkerl@wisc.edu,
Oral interviews; Psychological profile;     Vacation; Short & long term disability.     Internet: www.uwpd.wisc.edu. To
Polygraph examination; Medical              Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum       obtain application materials: May
examination; Vision examination; Drug       age - 18; Driver license; 60 college        download application material on
screening; Background investigation;        credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No   Department website uwpd.wisc.edu.
Physical fitness/agility screening.         felony convictions; No domestic abuse       Note: Oral interviews; Psychological
AA/ADA/EOE                                  convictions; Ability to perform essential   profile; Medical examination; Vision
                                            functions of this position. Apply:          examination; Drug screening;
POLICE OFFICER                              Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency          Background investigation; Physical
Fond du Lac Police Department, Fond         Application. To Police Clerk Karie          fitness/agility screening; Residency
du Lac, WI Reason For                       Tackett, North Fond du Lac Police           required; The UW-Madison Police
Announcement: Establish Eligibility         Department, 16 Garfield Street, North       Department is a full service agency with
List, Full-time. Salary & Benefits:         Fond du Lac, WI 54937, Phone: (920)         over 60 sworn police officers in an
$41,181 - $57,740 per year. Wisconsin       929-3760, Fax: (929) 929-3784,              organization of over 100 L.E. and
retirement fund; Health insurance; Life     Email: ktackett@nfdl.org,                   security professionals.
insurance; Sick leave; Paid holidays - 9;   Internet: www.nfdl.org. To obtain           AA/ADA/EOE
Clothing allowance; Longevity pay;          application materials: www.nfdl.org or
Vacation. Qualifications: U.S. citizen;     e-mail Police Clerk Karie Tackett or        POLICE OFFICER
Minimum age - 21; Driver license;           call 920-929-3760. Note: Written            Appleton Police Department, Appleton,
Good driving record; Good physical          exam; Oral interviews; Psychological        WI Reason For Announcement: Fill
condition; High school diploma;             profile; Medical examination; Vision        Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-


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time. Responsibilities:                      stressful situations; Able to work           weekends, and holidays; Ability to
Responsibilities for this position include   evenings, weekends, and holidays;            handle several tasks simultaneously;
justly enforcing the laws and ordinances     Ability to perform essential functions of    Ability to perform essential functions of
of the State of Wisconsin and the City       this position; Ability to use all standard   this position; Ability to use all standard
of Appleton in a community-oriented          law enforcement equipment; • Civil and       law enforcement equipment; 60-college
policing environment. Salary &               courteous. • Able to solve problems. •       credits which are specific to criminal
Benefits: $22.61 per hour. Salary            Leadership skills. • Able to maintain        justice are acceptable if received from
dependent on qualifications.                 self-control. • Honest, responsible, and     an accredited 4-yr institution. Apply:
Wisconsin retirement fund; Health            trustworthy. • Able to work long hours       Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Resume,
insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;       for an extended period of time. .            Agency Application. To Captain of
Dental; Paid holidays; Deferred              Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit           Administration Cyndi Thaldorf,
compensation; Vacation.                      Agency Application. To Police Testing,       Oshkosh Police Department, 420
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum        City of Milwaukee Fire and Police            Jackson Street, P.O. Box 1130,
age - 18; Driver license; High school        Commission, 200 E Wells St, Room             Oshkosh, WI 54902-1130,
diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to      706, Milwaukee, WI 53202,                    Phone: (920) 236-5700 Ext. 5724,
possess a firearm; No felony                 Phone: (414) 286-5074,                       Fax: (920) 236-5087,
convictions; No domestic abuse               Internet: http://www.milwaukee.gov/jo        Email: cthaldorf@ci.oshkosh.wi.us,
convictions; Minimum requirements            bs. To obtain application                    Internet: www.oshkoshpd.com. To
are: must be a U.S. Citizen; at least 18     materials: http://www.milwaukee.gov/j        obtain application materials: Contact
years of age; possess a valid driver’s       obs. Note: Written exam; Oral                City of Oshkosh; Personnel Office; 215
license; minimum 60 semester credits at      interviews; Psychological profile;           Church Ave, Oshkosh, WI 54902 or call
an approved university, college or           Medical examination; Vision                  (920) 236-5096. Note: Written exam;
technical school; no felony or domestic      examination; Drug screening;                 Oral interviews; Psychological profile;
violence convictions. Regular                Background investigation; Physical           Medical examination; Vision
attendance is required. . Apply:             fitness/agility screening; Residency         examination; Drug screening;
Ongoing Recruitment. Submit Agency           required; Writing Sample. You must:          Background investigation; Physical
Application. To Recruitment Assistant        wear a uniform; carry a firearm;             fitness/agility screening; Assessment
Jean Clow, City of Appleton, 100 N           complete 23-week training course and         Center Personality Assessment and
Appleton St, Appleton, WI 54911,             16-month probation; work 40-hour             Intelligence Testing.
Phone: (920) 832-6458, Fax: (920)            work week (rotating off days); work          AA/ADA/EOE
832-5845,                                    most weekends/holidays; work
Email: humanresources@appleton.org,          midnight-8:00 AM or 4:00 PM-                 POLICE OFFICER
Internet: www.appleton.org. To obtain        midnight; and earn 60 college credits        Madison Police Department, Madison,
application                                  w/in 5 years.                                WI Reason For Announcement: Fill
materials: http://www.appleton.org/dep       EOE                                          Vacancy, Full-time. Responsibilities:
artments/human/forms/regularapplicatio                                                    Open enrollment for full-time positions
n.pdf. Note: Written exam; Oral              POLICE OFFICER                               (Spring, 2010). Salary & Benefits:
interviews; Psychological profile;           Oshkosh Police Department, Oshkosh,          $42,551 - $60,858 per year. See MPD
Polygraph examination; Medical               WI Reason For Announcement: Fill             website. Qualifications: See MPD
examination; Drug screening;                 Vacancy, Establish Eligibility List, Full-   Web site. Apply: Ongoing
Background investigation; Physical           time. Responsibilities: Physical             Recruitment. Submit Agency
fitness/agility screening.                   ability to perform essential functions of    Application. To Sergeant of Police
EOE                                          a police officer;ability to use all          Michael C. Koval, Madison Police
                                             standared police equipment, techniques,      Department, 211 S. Carroll St.,
POLICE OFFICER                               and use of force options; good verbal        Madison, WI 53703-3303,
Milwaukee Police Department,                 and written communication skills.            Phone: (608) 266-4190, Fax: (608)
Milwaukee, WI Reason For                     Salary & Benefits: $43,000 - $55,498         261-9963,
Announcement: Establish Eligibility          per year. Wisconsin retirement fund;         Email: mkoval@cityofmadison.com,
List, Full-time. Responsibilities:           Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick       Internet: www.madisonpolice.com. To
Milwaukee Police Officers preserve           leave; Paid holidays - 12; Deferred          obtain application
public peace, protect life and property,     compensation; Vacation; Five days            materials: www.madisonpolice.com.
work within the community to prevent         on,two days off;five days on, three days     Note: Written exam; Oral interviews;
crime, and enforce ordinances of the         off work schedule. Compensatory time,        Medical examination; Vision
City of Milwaukee and laws of the State      Call-In Time, A wide variety of job          examination; Drug screening;
of Wisconsin. Salary & Benefits:             enrichment and promotional                   Background investigation; Physical
$46,991.62 - $63,230.44 per year.            opportunities. All Uniforms and              fitness/agility screening.
Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick       Equipment provided.                          AA/ADA/EOE
leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 12;           Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum
Clothing allowance; Deferred                 age - 20; Driver license; Good driving       POLICE OFFICER
compensation; Vacation; Special annual       record; Good physical condition;             Wind Point Police Department, Racine,
payments Special duty payments               Associate degree - In Criminal               WI Reason For Announcement:
Tuition and textbook reimbursement.          Justice/Police Science; Bachelor degree      Establish Eligibility List, Part-time.
Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum        - In any Field; Ability to possess a         Responsibilities: Perform a wide
age - 21; Driver license; Good driving       firearm; No felony convictions; No           variety of tasks related to police
record; Good physical condition; High        domestic abuse convictions; Vision           services. Enforce laws/ordinances.
school diploma; No felony convictions;       correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and        Traffic enforcement. Salary &
No domestic abuse convictions; Good          written communication skills; React          Benefits: $20.51 - $20.52 per hour.
verbal and written communication             quickly and effectively to stressful         Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance.
skills; React quickly and effectively to     situations; Able to work evenings,                                       Sponsored by
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age - 21; Driver license; Good driving            SECURITY OFFICER 3                                weekends, and holidays; Knowledge
record; Good physical condition; 60               University of Wisconsin - Madison,                and skills in operating computer
college credits; Ability to possess a             Madison, WI Reason For                            systems; Clear and concise speech;
firearm; No felony convictions; No                Announcement: Fill Vacancy, Full-                 Ability to handle several tasks
domestic abuse convictions; Vision                time. Responsibilities: Provide                   simultaneously; Ability to perform
correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and             security services for the UW-Madison              essential functions of this position.
written communication skills; Previous            Campus and U.W. Hospital. Respond to              Apply: Ongoing Recruitment. Submit
experience; React quickly and                     alarms and calls from                             Agency Application. To Lieutenant
effectively to stressful situations; Able         students/faculty/staff/general public.            Kenneth Kerl, UW-Madison Police
to work evenings, weekends, and                   Ability to discern suspicious conditions          Department, 1429 Monroe Street,
holidays; Knowledge and skills in                 or circumstances which indicate trouble           Madison, WI 53711, Phone: (608)
operating computer systems; Clear and             or a crime in progress and report such            262-4889, Email: kgkerl@wisc.edu,
concise speech; Ability to handle                 incidents to the dispatcher. Salary &             Internet: www.uwpd.wisc.edu. To
several tasks simultaneously; Ability to          Benefits: $10.88 - $15.49 per hour.               obtain application materials: May be
perform essential functions of this               Wisconsin retirement fund; Health                 downloaded from our web-site
position; Ability to use all standard law         insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave;            uwpd.wisc.edu. Note: Oral
enforcement equipment; Trained on                 Dental; Paid holidays - 9; Longevity              interviews; Psychological profile;
LASER & Radar. Apply: Ongoing                     pay; Deferred compensation; Vacation;             Medical examination; Vision
Recruitment. Submit Resume. To                    Uniforms provided.                                examination; Drug screening;
Chief David C. Rossman, Wind Point ,              Qualifications: U.S. citizen; Minimum             Background investigation; Physical
4725 Lighthouse Dr, Racine,                       age - 18; Driver license; Good driving            fitness/agility screening; UW-Madison
WI 53402, Phone: (262) 639-3022,                  record; Good physical condition; High             Police Department is a 24/7/365
Fax: (262) 639-3039.                              school diploma; No felony convictions;            Department with over 65 sworn police
Note: Background investigation;                   No domestic abuse convictions; Vision             officers and over 40 full time security
Currently employed as a Police                    correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and             officers on staff.
Officer/live within Racine County.                written communication skills; React               AA/ADA/EOE
AA/EOE                                            quickly and effectively to stressful
                                                  situations; Able to work evenings,




          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
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