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11/28/2016 7:41:10 AM
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Statement From Dane County Chiefs of Police Association

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November 28, 2016

 

The Dane County Chiefs of Police Association is made up of 25 State, County and Municipal law enforcement agencies.  Our membership includes large departments such as the Dane County Sheriff’s Office and Madison Police Department, a number of medium sized suburban law enforcement agencies and small, rural departments with a handful of officers.

 

The objective and purpose of our Association is to establish the highest degree of cooperation among law enforcement agencies in Dane County to promote the professionalism of law enforcement and public safety.

 

We, the membership of the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association, dedicate ourselves daily to the promotion of consistent, fair and unbiased policing in Dane County.  We strive to provide the highest quality of policing services to those we serve, and to do so with honor, integrity and compassion for our fellow citizens.

 

It is within this framework that the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association shares the concerns of many residents of diverse backgrounds about the rise in hate crimes in our country and county.  We would like to reassure all residents, all people who live and work in our various jurisdictions and everyone passing through or visiting Dane County, that we are committed to providing a safe environment for all.

 

It is critical that anyone who is the victim of a crime, or knows of a crime, to notify the police.  This is especially important in crimes of violence or threatened violence, motivated by racial, religious, sexual or other prejudices.  We cannot protect our citizens or hold people accountable if we are not made aware of the crime.  The actual number of hate fueled crimes is traditionally underreported, in many cases because the victims feel powerless and vulnerable.

 

It is our intention by releasing this statement to demonstrate our care, support, compassion and unity with victims of hate crimes and to show our commitment to prevention and intolerance for hate crimes occurring in Dane County.

 

Chief Charles Foulke

Middleton Police Department

608/824-7305

Dane County Chiefs of Police Association-President

On behalf of the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association:

 

Belleville Police Department                                                                                                                                                                             McFarland Police Department              

Blue Mounds Police Department                                                                                                                                                     Middleton Police Department

Brooklyn Police Department                                                                                                                                                                                             Monona Police Department

Capitol Police Department                                                                                                                                                                                                Mount Horeb Police Department

Cottage Grove Police Department                                                                                                                                                   Oregon Police Department

Cross Plains Police Department                                                                                                                                                                        Shorewood Hills Police Department

Dane County Sheriff’s Office                                                                                                                                                                           Stoughton Police Department

Dane Police Department                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sun Prairie Police Department

Deforest Police Department                                                                                                                                                                                              Town of Madison Police Department

Fitchburg Police Department                                                                                                                                                                             University of Wisconsin Police Department

Madison Police Department                                                                                                                                                                                              Verona Police Department

Maple Bluff Police Department                                                                                                                                                                       Waunakee Police Department

Marshall Police Department


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November 28, 2016

The Dane County Chiefs of Police Association is made up of 25 State, County and Municipal law enforcement agencies. Our membership includes large departments such as the Dane County Sheriff’s Office and Madison Police Department, a number of medium sized suburban law enforcement agencies and small, rural departments with a handful of officers.

The objective and purpose of our Association is to establish the highest degree of cooperation among law enforcement agencies in Dane County to promote the professionalism of law enforcement and public safety.

We, the membership of the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association, dedicate ourselves daily to the promotion of consistent, fair and unbiased policing in Dane County. We strive to provide the highest quality of policing services to those we serve, and to do so with honor, integrity and compassion for our fellow citizens.

It is within this framework that the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association shares the concerns of many residents of diverse backgrounds about the rise in hate crimes in our country and county. We would like to reassure all residents, all people who live and work in our various jurisdictions and everyone passing through or visiting Dane County, that we are committed to providing a safe environment for all.

It is critical that anyone who is the victim of a crime, or knows of a crime, to notify the police. This is especially important in crimes of violence or threatened violence, motivated by racial, religious, sexual or other prejudices. We cannot protect our citizens or hold people accountable if we are not made aware of the crime. The actual number of hate fueled crimes is traditionally underreported, in many cases because the victims feel powerless and vulnerable.

It is our intention by releasing this statement to demonstrate our care, support, compassion and unity with victims of hate crimes and to show our commitment to prevention and intolerance for hate crimes occurring in Dane County.

Chief Charles Foulke
Middleton Police Department
608/824-7305
Dane County Chiefs of Police Association-President
On behalf of the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association:

Belleville Police Department McFarland Police Department
Blue Mounds Police Department Middleton Police Department
Brooklyn Police Department Monona Police Department
Capitol Police Department Mount Horeb Police Department
Cottage Grove Police Department Oregon Police Department
Cross Plains Police Department Shorewood Hills Police Department
Dane County Sheriff’s Office Stoughton Police Department
Dane Police Department Sun Prairie Police Department
Deforest Police Department Town of Madison Police Department
Fitchburg Police Department University of Wisconsin Police Department
Madison Police Department Verona Police Department
Maple Bluff Police Department Waunakee Police Department
Marshall Police Department

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DCOPPA believes it is critical for the victim of any crime to notify police, especially violence, threats, and crimes motivated by bias.

 
City of Middleton 7426 Hubbard Avenue Middleton, WI 53562
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