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Welcome to the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police website.

The mission of the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association is to be the public voice on social and professional issues for law enforcement; to be a resource to its members; to make training available regarding the state-of-the-art concepts in policing; to be a legislative advocate for law enforcement; to provide representation for the general good of law enforcement at the local, state, and federal levels; to provide open communications with members and the public; to ensure the organization, as the beacon for Wisconsin law enforcement, embodies the highest level of integrity and honesty; and embraces moral and ethical behavior emanating from the principles found in the law enforcement code of ethics.

The Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association seeks not to dictate the operation of its member agencies, but intends to enlighten and provoke thought, thereby enhancing public service to all citizens of Wisconsin. The organization will be one in which all members can take pride.


Hillsboro, Wisconsin Police Department seeking Police Chief

April 18, 2018

Chief of Police, Hillsboro, WI. The City of Hillsboro is currently accepting applications for the position of Chief of Police. The Hillsboro Police Department has two full-time, including a “working” Police Chief and a Sergeant, and three part-time sworn officers, serving the city of approximately 1,420 people. The Cit...

Indicators of School Crime and Safety

April 6, 2018

Indicators of School Crime and Safety The Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics have released Indicators of School Crime and Safety: 2017. This annual report contains data on 23 indicators of school crime and safety, including violent deaths; nonfatal student...

Polk County Wisconsin Seeking Chief Deputy Sheriff

April 6, 2018

Polk County, Wisconsin Chief Deputy Sheriff Polk County is located in scenic northwest Wisconsin about 50 miles northeast of St. Paul, Minnesota, and 80 miles northwest of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Polk County covers an area of more than 900 square miles with 437 lakes and a mixture of small towns, farms and forest with a p...

Hortonville Wisconsin seeking police chief

April 5, 2018

The Village of Hortonville is a vibrant community of 2,711 residents (2010 population census) located in southwestern Outagamie County, Wisconsin, an area known as the Fox Valley. The Village is located at the intersection of State Highway 15 and County Highway M, 10 miles northwest of the City of Appleton. We are curren...

Chief of Police - Village of Hartland, Wisconsin

March 20, 2018

Chief of Police, Hartland, WI. The Village of Hartland is currently accepting applications/resumes for the position of Chief of Police. The Hartland Police Department has 17 sworn officer positions and 4 administrative assistants, serving a Village of approximately 9,200 people. Hartland is an attractive, suburban communit...

Jackson, Wisconsin Police Chief

March 19, 2018

Jackson, Wisconsin: Police Chief The Village of Jackson (population 6,700) invites applications for the position of Chief of Police. The police department, which has 11 sworn officers and two civilian employees, enjoys great community support. See attached announcement, application, and job description. Application deadlin...

Village of Schaumburg, Illinois Deputy Police Chief

March 19, 2018

Village of Schaumburg, Illinois Deputy Police Chief Schaumburg, IL (population 74,227; daytime population 150,000), a dynamic, progressive community located 23 miles northwest of Chicago and 10 miles west of O’Hare International Airport seeks progressive, experienced candidates to serve as its next Deputy Police Chief. ...

GLLEC Training Opportunity

August 17, 2017

Armor Express is putting on a 2 day training in Central Lake, MI. We have 4 really good speakers and the following day is a live fire training. Beyond the fact that the lines of fire are for multiple everyday actions officers may become involved in, the best part for all the officers involved is it is FREE. We are also cov...

Justice Department Awards More Than $23 Million for Body Worn Camera Pilot Program

September 29, 2015

The Office of Justice Programs has awarded grants totaling more than $23.2 million to 73 local and tribal agencies in 32 states to expand the use of body-worn cameras and explore their impact. The program includes $19.3 million to purchase body-worn cameras, $2 million for training and technical assistance, and $1.9 million...

Protect & Serve Webpage an IACP Presidential Initiative to Help Build Sustainable Community Relationships

February 20, 2015

The Protect and Serve webpage an International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Presidential Initiative, is intended to provide law enforcement officers with the tools and resources they need to help build sustainable community relationships and to educate the public on the role of law enforcement. Through this webpa...

Community Oriented Policing Services Releases Report on Body-Worn Cameras

September 19, 2014

The COPS Office has released Implementing a Body-Worn Camera Program: Recommendations and Lessons Learned, a report that analyzes costs and benefits associated with its use. The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) produced the report for the COPS Office, conducting research on the use of body-worn cameras, identifying pr...


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