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Posted inGovernment, Local news, Police and fire, Politics

Bipartisan funding bill for smaller police departments splits Wisconsin congressional reps in unsual way

By Peter Cameron, THE BADGER PROJECT Proponents of bipartisanship and law enforcement got a big victory last week in the U.S. House of Representatives. A large bipartisan majority voted to approve a bill that will give $60 million over the next five years to law enforcement agencies with fewer than 125 officers to do things […]

Posted inPolice and fire, Schools

Wisconsin Professional Police Association partners with Upper Iowa University

FAYETTE, IA — Upper Iowa University is pleased to announce The Wisconsin Professional Police Association as its newest partner for the Corporate Advantage Partnership (CAP) program. The Wisconsin Professional Police Association The Wisconsin Professional Police Association has over 85 years of experience in servicing the needs of law enforcement personnel and is currently serving over […]

Posted inGovernment, Local news, Police and fire

Total number of police in Wisconsin, already at historic lows, continues to drop

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