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Annual Dodge County Law Enforcement Memorial event set for May 15, 2024

Dodge Co., WIDodge County Law Enforcement Executives, are hosting the annual Dodge County Law Enforcement Memorial on Wednesday, May 15, 2024, at 11:15 a.m.
The memorial ceremony will take place at the Dodge County Law Enforcement Memorial site in front of the Dodge County Administration Building at 127 E. Oak St., Juneau, WI.

North Main St. in front of the Law Enforcement Memorial will be closed for the safety of attendees and out of respect for the individuals being remembered at the ceremony.

The keynote speaker for this year’s event will be Dodge County Administrator, Cameron Clapper. Administrator Clapper is a strong law enforcement supporter who will provide his perspective on what law enforcement means to him and his perspective on the sacrifices law enforcement make including honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, sacrificing their life in service and protection of our community.

This year’s law enforcement memorial will remember law enforcement officers who have been lost in the line of duty in Dodge County or have connection to Dodge County including:

Officer Gary Maas (Yuma Arizona PD)
Captain Thomas Beahm (Department of Corrections)
Officer Kurth Bentz (Dodge County Sheriff’s Office)
Chief Charles Liebenow Sr. (Horicon Police Department)
Guard David Davies (Central State Hospital – Department of Corrections)
Sheriff Herbert Schwantes (Dodge County Sheriff’s Office)
Detective Donley Dye (Dodge County Sheriff’s Office)
Chief Gene Zangl (Mayville Police Department)
Marshal William Gibson (Horicon Police Department)
Officer Hugo Lisko (Dodge County Sheriff’s Office)
Deputy Sung Bang (Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office)
Deputy Ralph Zylka (Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office)

Questions regarding this event may be directed to DCELEA Secretary/Treasurer Dave Beal of the Juneau Police Department at 920-386-4810 or e-mail [email protected]

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