Chief Jed Dolnick
chief@jacksonpolice.org

Welcome to the website of the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association. The WCPA and its educational foundation, the Wisconsin Police Leadership Foundation, provide professional training and legislative support for over 400 Wisconsin police chiefs.

The Wisconsin law enforcement professions are recognized nationally for superior training, ethics, and professionalism. The WCPA has supported these achievements since it was founded in 1907. In recent years, our winter and summer conferences have evolved into premier police training events, attracting chiefs and their command officers. The WCPA is strengthened by the participation of state and federal agency representatives on its Board of Directors as consulting members. We also collaborate with Wisconsin's sheriffs and fire chiefs on matters of mutual interest.

The Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association is able to provide superior service thanks to the efforts of its staff and enthusiastic membership.

Thank you for visiting our web page.

Chief Jed M. Dolnick
President, Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association
Jackson Police Department
Email: chief@jacksonpolice.org
Phone: 262-677-4949

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

City of Sparta, Wisconsin seeking police Chief

August 26, 2014

CITY OF SPARTA, WI CHIEF OF POLICE PROFESSIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT The City of Sparta, Wisconsin, resident population of 9,600 seeks experienced police professionals as candidates to lead the Sparta Police Department. Located in west central Wisconsin, less than 30 miles east of La Crosse, Sparta is the county seat of Monroe C...

The City of Thief River Falls, MN seeking a Police Chief

August 26, 2014

The City of Thief River Falls, MN (pop. 8,587) is seeking a proactive public safety leader to be its next Police Chief . Requires a Bachelor�s degree in criminal justice or a related field and at least five years of experience as a police officer, including three years as a sergeant or supervisor. Equivalent combin...

City of Appleton, Wisconsin seeks Police Chief

August 21, 2014

Police Chief City of Appleton, WI The City of Appleton, Wisconsin (pop. 73,000) is seeking a progressive, energetic leader to continue and enhance the delivery of high quality police service to the citizens of Appleton. The department has a total staff of 136 (109 are sworn members) and a budget of $15.9 million. The ide...

City of Chilton, Wisconsin seeking Police Chief candidates.

August 13, 2014

The City of Chilton, Wisconsin (pop. 3,900) seeks Police Chief due to retirement.... (See the attached document for details and application process)

The City of Pittsburgh, PA seeking Police Chief Applications

July 29, 2014

With a population of more than 300,000 that is growing younger and increasingly more diverse, Pittsburgh is a city on the move. Thanks to a relatively low crime rate, affordability, healthy economy, and vibrant restaurant and arts scenes, publications like Forbes and The Economist have labeled Pittsburgh America's "most liv...

Connecticut Could Be First in U.S. to Have a Law Tracking Taser Use

May 22, 2014

Connecticut lawmakers have approved legislation that would require police to report how Tasers are being used. If signed by the governor, Connecticut would be the first state in the U.S. with such a law. The use of Tasers by police has been controversial after isolated deaths and reports of misuse. Starting January 1, 2015,...

Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI seeks a creative and strategic leader.

February 12, 2014

Marquette University seeks a creative and strategic leader to serve as its next Director and Chief of Public Safety. (See the attached file)

5.11 Tactical Survey & 5.11 Tactical Day at the 2014 WPLF Mid-Winter Training Conference

February 7, 2014

Dear Members: As show of appreciation of the added support that 5.11 Tactical has provided our Association throughout the years, we respectfully request that you take a moment of your time to complete a survey (see link below). This brief survey has been developed by 5.11 Tactical to help gain a better understanding as t...

How to Resize and Upload an Image to Your "Member's Area" Profile

September 15, 2012

It has come to our attention that some association members are experiencing difficulty uploading an image/picture to their "Member's Area" profile. When attempting to upload an image to their "Member's Area" profile, the System responds with an error message stating that "the file that you are attempting to upload exceeds ...

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