The Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee shall have the powers, duties and responsibilities required by Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 166. During any declared emergency, the County Sheriff shall be in complete command of all emergency units, including communications. The Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee will be the Governing Committee for the following departments: Circuit Court Judge, Clerk of Circuit Court, Coroner, District Attorney, Family Court Commissioner, Sheriff Department, Register in Probate, Emergency Management. It shall be the responsibility of the Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee to establish policy and procedures and assist the Department Heads in correlating and harmonizing all phases of law enforcement in Green Lake County, including support of the Department Heads in performing their principle duties under Wisconsin Statutes. The Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee shall work with the Department Heads in the development of training programs and special educational programs that will permit the Department Head and their personnel to more efficiently perform their duties.
The Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee shall consist of five (5) members appointed by the County Board Chair and confirmed by the County Board of Supervisors. The members shall serve for two years or until a successor has been elected or appointed. The County Board Chair shall designate the chairperson of the Judicial/Law Enforcement and Emergency Management Committee pursuant to §323.14(1)(a)3. Wis.
Two (2) years or until a successor has been elected or appointed.
Second Wednesday of each month.
County Board Room, Government Center, 571 County Road A, Green Lake WI 54941
For the exact date/time and location of meetings, please refer to the calendar of events.
More information can be found in Ordinance 11-2018 regarding the Judicial/Law Enforcement & Emergency Management Committee.