Welcome to the official website of the County Law Enforcement Professionals of Wisconsin.
Please feel free to browse our site and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, concerns, or need additional information about the association.
Click here to see the recent changes to the Board of Directors.
At the annual meeting of the CLEPW, Vice President Jason Matthys resigned from the board of directors.
Longtime board member Dan Greenwood of the Price County Sheriff’s Office retired last year.
The board of directors of the CLEPW desired to present a memorial check to the Rusk County Sheriff’s Office in memory of Deputy Dan Glaze who was killed in the line of duty.
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Vice President Resigns
Law Enforcement Coalition Meets Governor Evers
For the past 8 years the County Law Enforcement Professionals of Wisconsin has been part of a Law Enforcement Coalition who have pushed for legislation that would provide continued health insurance to the families of a law enforcement officer who is killed in the line of duty. Today Governor Tony Evers signed a law ensuring families of fallen Wisconsin officers will receive continued health insurance. Executive Director, Bob Wierenga, of the CLEPW was invited to attend the bill signing.
The CLEPW was one of several organizations advocating for passage of Senate Bill 435, which we are happy to report was signed into law at the end of March.2017 Act 166 allows emergency medical technician (EMT) or first responder to render first aid service to a domestic animal under certain circumstances. Under the Act, an EMT or first responder who, in the course of responding to a call for service, encounters a domestic animal that is sick or injured may render any first aid service to the domestic animal before the animal is transferred to a veterinarian for further treatment if the first aid service is in the scope of practice of the license or certification of that EMT or first responder when applied to human beings. (include me with the group at the capital
On behalf of the men and women of the County Law Enforcement Professionals of Wisconsin (CLEPW), I would like to welcome you to our website.
CLEPW has been advancing the interests of county law enforcement professionals in Wisconsin through charitable contributions, educational opportunities, and legislative advocacy since our founding in 1944. Our membership is 3,500 strong and includes deputy sheriffs, jailers, dispatchers and sheriff’s department personnel from nearly every county in the state.
As an Association, we work to provide support to our members and their communities to aid them in creating safe neighborhoods for all Wisconsinites. We further support our members by offering educational assistance opportunities and by recognizing their heroic and unselfish acts of bravery in the face of stressful circumstances. Read More