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Chief Kowalski Attends the 2019 New Chief and Sheriff Conference

From January 21st through the 25th, Oxford Police Chief Mike Kowalski attended the 2019 New Chief and Sheriff training seminar hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Justice.  Over 75 new Chiefs and Sheriffs attended from all over the State, which was the largest conference to date. Training topics included: Leadership, Ethics, Investigations, Officer Wellness, Policy Development, Evidence Management, Hiring & Recruitment, Community Partnerships and many more break out sessions.

Pictured are: Wisconsin Attorney General Joshua Kaul and Chief Mike Kowalski


Oxford Police Department Receives Grant and Donation to Purchase Squad AED

The Oxford Police Department was presented with a $1,000.00 grant check from Enbridge, Inc. This grant, along with the $500.00 that was donated last May from the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Oxford will assist with the purchase of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) for the police squad.  The Village is very appreciative for the continued generosity of both Enbridge, Inc. and the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Pictured from left to right:

Butch Meyer, Village President; Oxford Police Chief, Mike Kowalski; Jim Riley, Enbridge Electrical Technician; Jude Simons, Enbridge Mechanical Technician, Gary Sorensen, Village Trustee and Safety Committee Chairman; and Marquette County Sheriff Joe Konrath

Monthly Warning Siren Test

A monthly test of the Village’s emergency warning siren is scheduled for the first Monday of each month at approximately 6:10 PM.  In the event of severe weather, the siren will only be sounded in the event of an actual emergency.