The City of Fond du Lac Auxiliary Police Volunteers is a specialized unit and division of the Fond du Lac Police Department. The unit provides a police presence at car shows, company and church picnics, the Walleye Weekend Festival, Fondue Fest, as well as many other public and private events throughout the year. The unit covers football, basketball and hockey games, school dances, as well as other school functions. The unit is also utilized for various areas of directed patrol within the City, Christmas park patrol and is on call for emergencies such as large fires, tornadoes, floods, missing persons and major traffic problems. The unit also volunteers their time for all City parades and special events.
The unit currently consists of 14 active officers, captain, lieutenant and two sergeants.
The Auxiliary Police meet once per month and discuss past and upcoming events. All officers have a continued training program which includes proper techniques in self defense, handcuffing, OC pepper spray, effective communications and legal updates. The officers are issued uniforms and all necessary equipment.
The Fond du Lac Auxiliary Police Unit has proven to be very successful and will continue to provide and maintain the highest level of service to the community. Many of the Auxiliary officers have gone on to become full time officers with the City of Fond du Lac and other police agencies.
For more information or to inquire about becoming a part of this team contact Assistant Chief Steve Klein at (920)322-3709. There is an ongoing application process for the Auxiliary. Completed applications should be mailed to:
Assistant Chief Steve Klein
Fond du Lac Police Department
126 N. Main Street
Fond du Lac, WI 54935