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- Amber, Silver, Blue, & Green Alerts
AMBER Alert When a child is abducted or is missing, an AMBER alert can be issued, should the case meet the criteria set by the program: The child is under the age of 17. There is an imminent threat to the child. There is information to provide about the abduction. AMBER stands for America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response, but is named after Amber Hagerman, who was nine years old when she was abducted in Texas. The AMBER plan spread across the nation after 2003 when President George W. Bush enacted a law to allow all states to have the same method as Texas. Silver Alert For people over the age of 65 who are missing, a Silver Alert can be issued to help law enforcement find the missing person. A Silver Alert could also be issued for people who are cognitively or developmentally impaired. Blue Alert Blue Alerts provide the public with information about a person who has injured and poses an imminent threat to law enforcement or the general public. Green Alert The Green Alerts notify the public when a vulnerable veteran goes missing.
- Sheriffs call for Calm across the State of Wisconsin
Over the past couple of weeks, many Wisconsin residents were disappointed, shocked, and angered by either the national election results or the rioting in Washington D.C. at the Capitol. As Sheriffs of the State of Wisconsin, our duties include maintaining peace and public order. We acknowledge many people in our communities feel frustrated and not heard in the most recent Presidential Election. While you may want to voice your concerns and be vocal about them, we as Sheriffs ask that you do so peacefully and respectfully. We understand that being a good citizen means being involved in the operations of our government. You can do this by running for office, contacting those elected to office, and, yes, even voicing your concerns through peaceful demonstrations as protected by the first amendment. The Badger State Sheriffs’ Association (BSSA) is the Association of the 72 Wisconsin Sheriffs existing to support the Office of Sheriff. According to Sheriff Nate Dreckman, BSSA President, the BSSA is reaching out to each County Sheriff, asking them to respectfully request that in coming weeks and months that all citizens exercise their constitutional rights with discretion, care, and common sense in mind. While it is your right to carry and bear arms, doing so in a public fashion may lead to incidents that may likely bring scrutiny to your cause, which will draw attention away from the true cause you are there. “Please remember that we, as law enforcement have a sworn duty to enforce the law. If you step outside of the law, there will be consequences; however, we will also protect everyone’s constitutional rights,” stated Sheriff Dreckman. We will not tell you what to do, but be mindful that you may not know who you are standing next to during a protest. For that reason, you may want to stay home. Those persons may take actions that may put you in a difficult position. Law enforcement around our country is hopeful that no law enforcement action will be needed anywhere. We ask everyone to do their part to ensure that constitutional rights are protected, and it is done so in a peaceful and orderly way. Please don’t be the reason that your Sheriff needs to take action to maintain that peace and public order. Wisconsin Sheriffs are committed to keeping the peace while serving and protecting their citizens and have good relations with their county residents. Sheriffs will take appropriate actions to keep their citizens informed when known criminal activity impacts their county or a threat to their safety is present. As the formulation of plans for protests during this upcoming week and after continue, we ask that you use good judgment. Consider the repercussions of your actions before taking part; we only want you to be safe!
- Clark County COVID Update
Neillsville, WI. Clark County continues to work through issues and concerns regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) response. On November 5, 2020 Clark County officials issued a notice that access to County facilities would be restricted and exterior doors would be locked. The decision has been made to ease these restrictions and routine access to facilities will resume on January 21, 2021 with the exception of the Clark County Rehabilitation and Living Center (CCRLC). Those with business at CCRLC should contact them directly for instructions regarding access at their facility. “We are asking for the public’s assistance to help in efforts to contain spread of the current pandemic. We are asking the public to avoid non-essential visits to county offices and facilities including the Courthouse, Highway Department, and Adult Development Services.” Stated Christina Jensen, Clark County Clerk and Administrative Coordinator. Please use alternate means of communicating with County agencies such as telephone, email, U.S Mail, etc. to conduct business where possible. Questions related to possible changes in service and methods of contact should be directed by telephone to the agency/office you need to make contact with. If you need to visit a County facility you are required to wear a face covering such as a cloth mask unless you have a condition which prevents it. If you have symptoms associated with COVID-19 you should conduct your business through alternate means and avoid in person visits. This is a challenging time for everyone and cooperation with these guidelines is appreciated. Providing essential services while doing what we can to help limit the spread of COVID-19 is a priority. Again, if you have questions about services we encourage you to call the agency/office you need to contact before arriving unannounced if possible. Additional updates and information can be found on the Clark County website at: https://www.clarkcountywi.com/. Christina M. Jensen County Clerk/Administrative Coordinator
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- Apply For a Job | Clark County WI
Clark County Office of Personnel Personnel Office | 517 Court Street, Room 205 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | (715) 743-5224 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Employment Opportunities Current Jobs Casual/Reserve Van Driver & Center Coordinator Posted August 3, 2020 | Deadline - Until Filled Equipment Operator Posted December 28, 2020 | Deadline January 15, 2021 Finance Associate Posted January 12, 2021 | Deadline January 29, 2021 Detective Posted January 15, 2021 | Deadline February 2, 2021 Part-Time Administrative Assistant Posted January 5, 2021 | Deadline February 5, 2021 Current employment opportunities with Clark County are listed on this page. If you do not see any job postings listed below then there are currently no positions available. Clark County is an equal opportunity / civil rights compliance employer. Clark County accepts applications for currently advertised positions only. Apply Now Coming Soon Download Application Download Sheriffs Application Clark County is a CRC/EOE/ADA employer To apply, please fill out the application below and email it directly to email@example.com. Remember to specify the job you are applying for and submit all accompanying paperwork. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. If you are having issues applying or submitting your application, please email or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you! email@example.com