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Lethality Assessment Protocol

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Advanced Domestic Violence Training at City Hall…

On Tuesday morning PADA (People Against Domestic Abuse) held a two hour training session for area police officials, on the new Lethality Assessment Protocol (LAP).  LAP requires officers to complete a profile assessment with the victim(s) at a domestic violence scene, to help determine if the suspect displays specific behavior which in-depth criminal profiling studies have shown may present a high risk of having or developing homicidal tendencies toward their victim(s) if not addressed.  Police Chief Tom Peollot of the Cudahy Police Department and Miriam Falk of the Wisconsin Department of Justice conducted the training and believe it won’t be long before LAP is being used by law enforcement throughout the State.  “I’d like to thank PADA for taking the initiative to implement the Lethality Assessment Protocol in Jefferson County, which will give our officers a credible tool to be more readily able to identify potentially deadly behavior existing in domestic violence relationships, so proactive steps can be taken to protect the lives of our victims.”  Chief Patrick Matuszewski

 

WHAT ARE POLICEMAN MADE OF

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Thanks for the Support

Thank You!

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The City of Lake Mills Police Department would like to thank the citizens for their show of support to our police department, in the wake of the shooting in Dallas TX. We have received donuts, cookies, flowers, and candy bags made by the Lake Mills Elementary summer school kids.   “In light of recent events, the outstanding support we’ve received from the Lake Mills citizens is greatly appreciated and is yet another example of the caring and considerate people we have in our community…thank you!”   Chief Patrick Matuszewski