Fourteen executive management personnel from Wisconsin law enforcement agencies graduated from Fox Valley Technical College’s 17th annual Criminal Justice Executive Development Institute, which included training resources from the college’s Public Safety Division and Supervisory Management program, in addition to FBI Academy trainers and support from the Ashwaubenon Department of Public Safety.
The program was established to address the professional growth needs of current and future leaders presently serving in criminal justice agencies. The students met at FVTC’s Criminal Justice Center in Appleton from March 2013 through January 2014, focusing on topics like management concepts, media relations, cultural diversity, leadership skills, personnel development, communication skills, community policing issues, and various social and legal matters related to policing.
The members of the graduating class include:
Sergeant Pamela Beilke, Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Dept.
Staff Sergeant Ryan Carpenter, Outagamie County Sheriff’s Dept.
Patrol Captain Jason Freiboth, Manitowoc Police Dept.
Sergeant Nicholas J. Griesbach, Portage County Sheriff’s Office.
Lieutenant Kevin Haese, Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office.
Chief Joseph LeMire, UW-Oshkosh Police Dept.
Sergeant Dan Neumer, Chenequa Police Dept.
Lieutenant Jason W. Schmelter, Plymouth Police Dept.
Lieutenant Joe Schuster, Omro Police Dept.
Sergeant Matt Spence, Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office.
Chief of Police Michael Sullivan, Hortonville Police Dept.
Sergeant Christopher A. VanErem, Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Dept.
Lieutenant Kathryn Voelker, City of Neenah Police Dept.
Lieutenant Aaron J. Wigen, Sheboygan Falls Police Dept.
(front row, left to right): Christopher VanErem, Dan Neumer, Joseph LeMire, Pamela Beilke,
Michael Sullivan, Kathryn Voelker, Joe Schuster
(back row, left to right): Matt Spence, Nicholas Griesbach, Jason Freiboth, Ryan Carpenter,
Jason Schmelter, Aaron Wigen, Kevin Haese
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