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  Congratulations are in order for two of Caledonia’s finest. Lt. Dan Warren is now Capt. Dan Warren, and Sgt. Brian Wall is now Lt. Brian Wall. Warren is a 26-year veteran of the department and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. “Captain Warren will be second in command of the department,” Chief Toby Schey wrote in a press release. ” Other duties wil linclude:
  • Coordinate and supervise the activities of the department;
  • Assist in budget preparation and process;
  • Employee selection, promotion, and reviews;
  • Analyze and interpret various reports, general orders, policies and procedures to ensure that departmental rules and regulations are followed.
Wall is a 24-year veteran of CPD and is a graduate of Wisconsin Department of Justice-Division of Criminal Investigation Death Investigation School, University of Northwestern Police Supervisory School. He also holds an Associate’s Degree in police science. “Lieutenant Wall will be in charge of police operations for the department,” Schey said. “He will coordinate and supervise the activities of the patrol division and detective bureau.”

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