Aftermath Attends the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police WPLF Conference

The 2017 Wisconsin Police Leadership Foundation (WPLF) Mid-Winter Training Conference was held February 12th through 15th at the Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells. Hosted by the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association, over 200 officers from Wisconsin and other nearby states took part in the event. Aftermath’s Senior Manager of Law Enforcement Relations, Tony Cuisanato, was on hand to represent the company.

What is the WCPA?

According to the organization’s website, the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association was founded in 1907. The group’s aim “is to be the public voice on social and professional issues for law enforcement; to be a resource to its members; to make training available regarding the state-of-the-art concepts in policing; to be a legislative advocate for law enforcement; to provide representation for the general good of law enforcement at the local, state, and federal levels; to provide open communications with members and the public; to ensure the organization, as the beacon for Wisconsin law enforcement, embodies the highest level of integrity and honesty; and embraces moral and ethical behavior emanating from the principles found in the law enforcement code of ethics.”

Presentations at this year’s conference gave insight into a variety of important topics relating to law enforcement, including physical fitness, terrorism, and open records. In addition to the annual meeting, the organization also hosts regular training opportunities and sessions at regional colleges.

Visiting With the Officers

Tony reports that the majority of attendees had heard of Aftermath before; several had even used or recommended the company to families in their communities. The most common questions he received concerned office locations and response times, as well as insurance covereage for those in need.

Attendees also got a sneak peek at next month’s PPE Giveaway. Lt David Dresser of the Verona PD and Chief Ed Collins from the Milltown PD both won 5.11 tactical bags and PPE kits.

Leaving an Impression

Aftermath shows support for law enforcement by attending conferences like the WPLF. We also offer training and information on topics like PPE and bloodborne pathogen safety, as well as specialized services such as jail cell and squad car cleaning. To learn more about these programs, visit our dedicated webpage for law enforcement.

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