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5 FDL Police Officers Honored For Promotions During Pinning Ceremony

The Fond du Lac Police Department held a pinning ceremony for the promotion of five of its officers Wednesday afternoon. Among those who made remarks during the ceremony at the police department was City Manager Joe Moore. He says the officers are deserving of the promotions. Josh Bullock is the President of the Police and Fire Commission he told the gathering that the officers met the highest standards and took the highest tests that the State of Wisconsin can give along their way to the promotions. Those pinned with new badges were Assistant Chief Steve Klein, Assistant Chief Steve Thirty, Captain Rob Duveneck, Lieutenant Ed Wenzel, and Detective Matt Bobo.

 

Five recently promoted Fond du Lac police officers were honored Wednesday afternoon during a pinning ceremony. Normally not so many officers receive new badges during such a ceremony, but Chief Bill Lamb says they’ve had 7 retirements during the last 18 months including Deputy Chief Kevin Lemke. Former Chief Tony Barthuly, now the state’s Director of Training Standards for law enforcement officers, was on hand for the ceremony. He worked with all five officers and he says it was a great day for the department.  Honored during the ceremony were Assistant Chief Steve Klein, Assistant Chief Steve Thirty, Captain Rob Duveneck, Lieutenant Ed Wenzel, and Detective Matt Bobo.