The largest police group in Wisconsin has been pushing for change and now are asking the senate to take action.
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WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) — A non-profit labor organization serving over 10,000 law enforcement members, is calling for action and not what they call “empty words.” The Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) unveiled a new package for police reform. That is just a starting point, however, officials for the association called this initiative “historic.” Following the
MARSHFIELD, Wis. (WAOW) — 30 seconds, that’s how short Marshfield Police Officer Jared Beauchamp came up during a run as part of his required police training. Beauchamp is a 21-year veteran for the Marshfield Police Department. “He was fired not because he can’t run but because he can’t run as fast as some arbitrary time,”
MEDFORD (WAOW) – A judge Wednesday ordered a Taylor County sheriff’s detective to stand trial for releasing records of two unsolved murders to producers of a national television show.