Lamb Retires Today After 33 Years
City of Fond du Lac Police Chief Bill Lamb calls it a career today, as he closes the books on a 33-year career in law enforcement. Lamb has served the City of Fond du Lac as Police Chief since 2011, and prior to that was the chief of police in the Village of North Fond du Lac.
Fond du Lac City Manager Joe Moore tells KFIZ News the community is very grateful for Lamb’s 33 years of service to the area. “That’s a little over 12,000 days and anybody who served in uniform knows that you may be off, but you’re never really off when you’re a police officer. You’re a phone call away from being called in or a really dynamic situation from needing you to respond. For somebody who served in law enforcement, to protect and serve for 33 years, that’s what I really wanted to focus on and honoring Chief Bill Lamb’s service to the city and the surrounding community.”
Lamb was honored prior to last week’s City Council meeting and was given a flag presentation ceremony on Monday at the police department.
Assistant Chief Aaron Goldstein will serve as interim chief of police while a permanent replacement is found.