Welcome to the official site of the Wisconsin County Police Association. Here you will find a brief overview of our association’s long history and current activities. We are proud to represent deputy sheriff’s, jailers, dispatchers, and sheriff’s department personnel from across the State of Wisconsin.
Our organization was begun in 1944. We are registered with the State of Wisconsin Department of Regulation & Licensing, and the Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin. We are an organization that is exempt from the state “No Call ” list, according to the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs. We are an organization that is not in competition with other Law Enforcement Organizations. We do not do labor negotiations or provide legal council for our membership. Rather, we focus on lobbying for laws that will help us, as deputy sheriff’s do a better job of serving the communities in which we work.
We remain the only organization that is made up of, and run by, “line personnel”. Sheriff’s may hold honorary membership in this organization but the board of directors is held exclusively by the men and women who work the street!
As you browse through our site please check on the legislative activity that is going on in Madison. Feel free to give us feedback on any of the current legislation. We hope you enjoy your tour through our site.
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MISSION & history
The Wisconsin County Police Association and Police Radio Operators Association was founded on July 18, 1944. The first meeting was held in Wausau, Wisconsin. In 1971, at a membership meeting held in Marinette County, the Association’s name was changed to the Wisconsin County Police Association. -READ MORE
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