"We at DOJ are your resource for prescription painkiller abuse prevention, crime victim services, concealed weapons permits, open government, background checks and more." -

Attorney General Brad Schimel

From the Attorney General

Aug 28 2015

We have a new “can do” attitude at DOJ and want our website to reflect that attitude.

 

Concealed Carry Law

Permit application fee now $40; Application form; Training requirements; Annual reports to Legislature and CCW stats

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Crime Victim Services

Navigating the Justice system; Victim rights, compensation; Healing after the crime; Local resources including in-depth policy and advocacy; Connect with OCVS at DOJ

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Office of Open Government

Wisconsin public records, open meetings laws; making a public records request, AG Schimel’s Open Government Summit 2015; Public Records/Open Meetings (PROM) Hotline

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Background Check & Criminal History Information

Record checks; Reading criminal records; Employer information; Removal of Arrest Information or missing disposition information; Challenging a record; Contact Crime Information Bureau

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