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Chief Christopher Domagalski

Thank you for your interest in the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association and for taking the time to visit our website.

The Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association exists to be a public voice on social and professional issues related to law enforcement. The Association represents more than 600 members from nearly 500 local Wisconsin communities. The Association strives to serve as a resource to its members, by supporting training on state-of-the-art concepts in policing and by providing representation for the general good of law enforcement at the local, state and federal levels. The Association serves as a legislative advocate for law enforcement and endeavors to provide open communication on matters of public concern so that law enforcement is represented in a manner that embodies the highest level of integrity and honesty and embraces the moral and ethical behavior that is consistent with the law enforcement code of ethics.

The Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association seeks not to dictate the operation of its member agencies, but rather intends to provoke thought, discussion and actions that enhance public service to the citizens of Wisconsin. The Board of Directors is committed to guiding and directing the organization to support the continuing development and of its members and the profession of policing.

On behalf of the board, if the association can assist you in any way, consistent with the mission of the organization, please do not hesitate in reaching out to the executive director or me. It is an honor to have the privilege of leading and representing such a distinguished organization.


Christopher Domagalski


Village of Williams Bay, WI - Lieutenant opening

July 5, 2017

The Village of Williams Bay, Wisconsin Police Department is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Police Lieutenant. See the Attached document for details. (Deadline for application is July 28, 2017)

Evidence Custodian -Beloit, WI Police Department

June 29, 2017

The City of Beloit Police Department is seeking qualified individuals with prior law enforcement experience who possesses organizational skills to maintain the Property Bureau as part-time Evidence Custodians. The Property Bureau consists of three part time evidence custodians. The position reports to the Special Operations...

City of Mayville, WI seeking a Police Chief

June 15, 2017

Chief of Police City of Mayville, Wisconsin The City of Mayville is accepting applications for the position of Chief of Police. This full service community, located in Dodge County approximately 55 miles northeast of Madison, Wisconsin and 55 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, offers a superior quality of life in wh...

Police Sergeant, City of Beloit

June 1, 2017

The City of Beloit Police Department is seeking experienced law enforcement professionals with a combination of community policing experience and leadership skills to supervise and lead daily shift operations within the Patrol Division. The Department is seeking to fill a current vacancy and create an eligibility list for a...

Campus Public Safety Officer

October 27, 2016

Campus Public Safety Officer Full-time (Williams Bay, WI) George Williams College of Aurora University seeks qualified candidates for a full-time Campus Public Safety Officer at our campus located on the shores of Geneva Lake in Williams Bay, Wisconsin. (see the attached for full information.)

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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