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Police School Liaison
The Calumet County Police School Liaison (PSL) program serves the school districts of Chilton, Hilbert, Stockbridge, and portions of Kimberly School District. The schools are served by Deputy Leslie Lemieux, Deputy Craig Wendling, and Deputy Andrew Handrich, who are dedicated to working positively with students to gain confidence and trust. By establishing a rapport and opening up the line of communication with students, it provides them a straightforward opportunity to report crimes that may be occurring in or around the schools. It is our mission to provide a safe and secure learning environment for children, staff, and visitors.
The deputies can be reached by contacting the Sheriff's Office at (920) 849-2335.
|Deputy Leslie Lemieux is the Police School Liaison in Hilbert and Stockbridge Public Schools. She has been in law enforcement for over 20 years and this is her 7th year in the schools. She also serves as a Humane Officer and on the Wellness Committee at the Sheriff's Office. She previously was a Field Training Officer and a Patrol Corporal. |
Deputy Lemieux loves spending time with the kids in school, especially in science, gym, and civics classes.
Deputy Craig Wendling is the new Police School Liaison Officer at Woodland Intermediate and Sunrise Elementary Schools.
He has been in law enforcement for over 24 years and spent the last 10 years as an investigator. He has experience in nearly every facet of law enforcement and in addition to being a PSL, he will also serve as a courthouse security officer.
Deputy Wendling enjoys spending time with family and friends traveling and watching his kids participate in sports and activities.
If you see him at school, feel free to stop, chat, or introduce yourself!
Deputy Andrew Handrich is the Police School Liaison for the Chilton Public Schools.
Deputy Handrich has served our department over the past few years as a correctional officer and a patrol deputy. He has a bachelor’s degree from Concordia University and police work runs in his family. He enjoys all kinds of sports and likes going for motorcycle rides.
Deputy Handrich will do his best to make it a great school year!