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the wisconsin department of justice hosts weeklong training seminar for wisconsin’s new chiefs and sheriffs

 

MADISON — Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen today extends his congratulations to the more than three dozen new leaders in local law enforcement who participated in a weeklong training seminar hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ).  Law enforcement chief executives from across Wisconsin attended this week’s program in Madison.  The training is sponsored by the DOJ’s Training and Standards Bureau and is held annually.

 

“I offer my sincerest congratulations to these new law enforcement leaders,” Attorney General Van Hollen said.  “The dedication of those who serve in public safety is truly inspirational, and I’m pleased we’re able to offer this training every year to better fulfill one of government’s top priorities – protecting its citizens.”

 

Office management, leadership, budgeting, recruitment, public records, labor, community and media relations were among the topics included.  Participants also were briefed on the state and federal resources that are available to assist local law enforcement agencies. 

 

Below are links to a copy of the agenda and to a list of the chiefs and sheriffs participating this year:

 

Participant List

Seminar Agenda