Steffes Completes FBI National Executive Institute
Mike Steffes, Deputy Administrator of the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Law Enforcement Services, recently completed the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Executive Institute. The Institute is an elite, highly-selective academy designed for law enforcement executives. Steffes, who came to DOJ in October 2016 after serving as Rhinelander Chief of Police, completed the three-week intensive training with the FBI in September. He is an Oakfield resident where he also grew up. He is also is a former Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Reserve Officer.