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Wupdates from the Village of Jackson | By John Walther

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Police Department -The Green Bay youth who vandalized the concession/kitchen building in Jackson Park was cited for the vandalism. The total, with restitution, was over $500. -Every three years, a representative from the Wisconsin DOJ checks to see that officers have properly logged use of the holding cell and

Village of Jackson boundary agreement by John Walther

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Nov. 12, 2016 – Jackson, WI – Tuesday evening the Jackson Village Board approved an amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding, originally agreed to in a mediation session on June 2 with the town, and Winter Hess and the citizen group JTRAA. The Board understandably agreed to allow the

Jackson Weekly Update by John Walther

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Police Department Officers are having a practice firearms exercise at the county’s outdoor range this week and next week. A driver’s safety belt, which needed replacing, was installed in Squad #1. It was an extremely busy week, including ten assists with Jackson Rescue, several vehicle crashes, an OWI arrest,

Jackson weekly update by John Walther

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Some folks from China and the Czech Republic tried to hack our internet page without success. Coincidentally, the chief will do a presentation about internet frauds for the Greater Jackson Business Alliance on Wednesday.   Fire Department There were eleven medical calls of which most were incidents of trauma.

Jackson weekly updates John Walther

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Jackson Police The radar board that’s pole-mounted near Jackson Elementary stopped working and is being shipped to the manufacturer for evaluation. Quotes for a new radar trailer have been collected; awaiting a check from CVMIC and discussion with Hartford and Slinger on which trailer to buy. All of the

Weekly update Village of Jackson by John Walther

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Fire Department The JFD handled 15 medical emergencies this week, plus a car fire, grass fire, and an overheated television at St. Joseph Hospital.   The gear washer has arrived. A day was spent catching up on the towels and sheets from the past month. We have also been

“W”updates from the Village of Jackson

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Police Department Obviously, the officer involved shooting last Friday evening has occupied much of our time and has been foremost in our minds. We’ve received a great deal of community support in social media and in-person. Officer Henning is on administrative leave until the Division of Criminal Investigation completes

Wupdates from the Village of Jackson

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Police Department The card reader for the employee entrance failed and had to be replaced. Two OWI arrests were made last week. One was a Culver’s patron who showed up at their front counter reeking of alcohol, and was arrested by Officer Henning for OWI – 1st Offense. The

Village of Jackson updates by John Walther

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Police Department It was much busier this week compared to the past several weeks. There was an OWI arrest by Officer Brinks at 2:30 a.m. last Saturday, and there were several vehicle accidents. Officer Krueger conducted firearms training this week. The department’s on-line auction (#16273-31) of abandoned, seized, and

Village of Jackson weekly update

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Jackson police No major issues from the high winds on Wednesday, and St. Patrick’s Day was uneventful. Overall, though, the past week was unusually active. The Chief attended a meeting at DOT headquarters in Madison on Wednesday regarding a new crash report that is being designed. The new squad

Weekly updates from the Village of Jackson

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Fire Department The process of transitioning the chief’s duties over to the daytime staff and officers has begun. Thanks to Paula and Deanna for their help with everything. Monday night training included a review of hazardous materials response. After a brief classroom session we practiced donning level A and

Jackson Fire Chief retires; interim chief named

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Jackson Police Department Nationally, 12 officers have been murdered by gunfire through March 4. This date in 2015; there was only one. On Tuesday night, a 26-year-old woman beat her 19 -year-old sister on the face and then fled. Charges of battery and disorderly were filed against Rebecca Polster

Village of Jackson Wupdate by John Walther

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Police Department This week was steady and routine except for the drunken egg thrower pelting the wrong car during a traffic stop late Wednesday evening, across the street from the police station. He would probably want his name mentioned, but because he had such a bad aim, we won’t

Village of Jackson weekly update by John Walther

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Village of Jackson Police Department For the second consecutive year, a private company ranked Jackson as the 5th safest community in Wisconsin based on the 2014 Uniform Crime Reports (UCR). Most of the other top-ranked places are lower density incorporated townships, making this even better. With our low crime

Village of Jackson weekly updates by John M. Walther

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http://www.washingtoncountyinsider.com continues to work to grow its Partner in Media program and this week we welcome the Village of Jackson. Village Administrator John M. Walther will provide weekly updates on some of the happenings in the Village. Police Department The Chief attended the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association mid-winter
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