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- Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
Click for more... Next week, April 11th – 17th is the nationally recognized Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. This week long event was created by Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office, California in 1981. Photo 1: Deputy Ciera Federly (1 year), Deputy Stephanie Bieneck (22 years), Deputy Tammy Cook (3 years), Deputy Marissa Scheffler (5 years), Captain Lea Sterry (18 years) and Deputy Tasha Davis (6 years) This special week is a time to commemorate the hard working individuals in our emergency telecommunication centers who dispatch our officers and first responders in our greatest time of need. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definitions of dispatch is, “to send off or away with promptness or speed,” more specifically, “to send off on official business.” This seems effortless and simple, doesn’t it? Though this is methodically correct, it does not come close to defining the strength, courage and determination it takes to be a public safety telecommunicator (dispatcher). Photo 2: Back row (l-r) Deputy Marie Downs (4 months), Deputy Kelly Schmitz (3 years), Deputy Tara Strey (10 years), Deputy Heather Murphy (20 years), and Captain Lea Sterry (18 years). Front row (l-r): Deputy Stephanie Werre (2 months) and Deputy Tabitha Sazama (5 years) This profession plays an integral role in serving and keeping our community safe. These are the individuals we depend on during traumatic and emergency situations. The distinctive characteristics needed to proficiently and effectively perform these duties are found in very few. It requires an individual who has unprecedented communication skills, sound judgement, compassion and emotional control. Most of all, they have to have perseverance as they know after servicing one call, there will always be another and there is no way to prepare for what is to come. I would like everyone to remember the next time you read the paper or watch the news displaying the officers and first responders who are courageously working to save the life of a loved one or find a missing child…that it all began with the silent, hidden and all too often forgotten HERO who was sitting in the telecommunications center waiting to take your call. Because of this, I want to take a moment to thank our Clark County Telecommunicators for providing never ending, around the clock support to all of our citizens and anyone traveling through our county. I thank them for the lives they have saved and will continue save. For the positive impact they have on our county each and every day. And for choosing this profession as there are very few in the world that can do what they do! I am proud and honored to work with each and every one of them. If you happen to see one of these devoted individuals out and about, please take the time to honor and thank them for the extraordinary and underestimated duties they perform.
- National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 24, 2021
CONTACT: Investigator Josh Niemi Phone: (715) 743-5293 Police Chief Jason Bauer (715) 223-4944 THE CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ALONG WITH THE COLBY/ABBOTSFORD POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL HOST PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY APRIL 24 TO FIGHT OPIOID EPIDEMIC The cities of Neillsville, Greenwood and Owen, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 24, 2021. Collection site locations in Clark County on that day are as follows: Russell's of Neillsville Parking Lot Address: 1008 E Division St., Neillsville, WI 54456 Hours: 10 AM – 2 PM Site Monitored By Neillsville Police Department Wolf's True Value Parking Lot Address: 315 S Main St., Greenwood, WI 54437 Hours: 10 AM – 2 PM Scott & Lori's Family Foods Parking Lot Address: 707 W 3rd St, Owen, WI 54460 Hours: 10 AM – 2 PM Colby-Abbotsford Police Department Address: 112 W. Spruce St., Abbotsford, WI 54405 Hours: 10 AM – 2 PM “Last year, Wisconsin’s Drug Take Back led the nation, and Wisconsinites can help our state remain a national leader in this important effort to fight prescription painkiller abuse. By bringing your unused and unwanted medications to a drug disposal box, you can help prevent the misuse of prescription drugs,” said Attorney General Josh Kaul. This effort will continue to bring focus to the issue of prescription painkiller abuse in Wisconsin. Drug Take Back Day provides a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the community about the potential abuse and consequences of improper storage and disposal of these medications. Find your nearest drug disposal location: https://doseofrealitywi.gov/drug-takeback/find-a-take-back-location/. Unused or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace amounts of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes. GUIDELINES: All waste pharmaceuticals must be generated by a household – no businesses are allowed. Bring: Prescription (controlled and non-controlled) and over-the-counter medications, ointments, patches, inhalers, non-aerosol sprays, creams, vials and pet medications. Vape pens or other e-cigarette devices (batteries removed). Do Not Bring: Illegal drugs, needles/sharps, acids, aerosol cans, bio-hazardous materials (anything containing a bodily fluid or blood), personal care products (shampoo, soaps, lotions, sunscreens), household hazardous waste (paint, pesticides, oil, gas), mercury thermometers. · Participants may dispose of solid, non-liquid medication(s) by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box or into a clear sealable plastic bag. Plastic pill containers should not be collected. Blister packages without the medications being removed are acceptable. · Liquids will be accepted during this initiative. However, the liquids, creams and sprays must be in their original packaging. Liquids without the original packaging will not be accepted. · Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not a part of this initiative and should not be placed in collection containers. Community members are also reminded that many drug disposal boxes are open year-round at the following locations within Clark County: Thorp Police Department Address: 300 W. Prospect St., Thorp WI 54471 Hours: M-F 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Loyal Police Department Address: 301 N. Main St., Loyal WI 54446 Hours: M-F 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Colby-Abbotsford Police Department Address: 112 W. Spruce St., Abbotsford, WI 54405 Hours: M, T, TH, F 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Clark County Sheriff’s Office Address: 517 Court St., Neillsville WI 54456 Hours: M-S 5AM-5PM To keep everyone safe, practice physical distancing when visiting a drug disposal site.
- Courthouse Closed April 2, 2021
The Courthouse will be closed Friday, April 2, 2021 in observance of Good Friday
- Sheriff | Clark County WI
CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE Serving Clark County for 150 years SHERIFF HAINES WELCOME MESSAGE ADMINISTRATIVE APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT CHAPLIN CIVIL PROCESS COMMUNICATION DIVISION COUNTY JAIL DETECTIVE DIVISION PATROL DIVISION RECORDS RESERVE PROGRAM SAFETYNET SHERIFF SALES WI-VINE WRIT INFORMATION CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE: (888) 847-2576 POLICE INFORMATION: (715) 743-3157 PAY CITATION ONLINE DIRECTORY CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE NEWS FEED Clark County News Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Click for more... Next week, April 11th – 17th is the nationally recognized Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. This week long event... Clark County News National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, April 24, 2021 CONTACT: Investigator Josh Niemi Phone: (715) 743-5293 Police Chief Jason Bauer (715) 223-4944 THE CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ALONG... Clark County News 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:... Emergency, Life Threatening, and Crimes in Progress - 911 Emergency 911 Non-Emergency Dispatch (715) 743-3157 Toll Free (800) 743-2420 Confidential Tip Line (888) 847-2576 Corrections/Jail Control PHONE (715) 743-5380 FAX (715) 743-4009 Administrative Supervisor PHONE (715) 743-5278 FAX (715) 743-4350 firstname.lastname@example.org Sheriff's Office Fax (715) 743-4350 Patrol Sergeant (715) 743-5352 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Records (715) 743-5355 email@example.com Device for the Deaf TDD (715) 743-3157 Civil Process/Sales/Writs (715) 743-5354 firstname.lastname@example.org Sheriff Haines (715) 743-3157 email@example.com Chief Deputy (715) 743-5370 firstname.lastname@example.org Patrol Captain (715) 743-5364 email@example.com Jail Captain (715) 743-5350 firstname.lastname@example.org Communications Captain (715) 743-5367 email@example.com Detective Captain (715) 743-5358 firstname.lastname@example.org Detective Klueckmann (715) 743-5174 email@example.com Detective Lobner (715) 743-5371 firstname.lastname@example.org Investigator Niemi (715) 743-5293 Detective Ruggles (715) 743-5366 email@example.com Detective Struensee (715) 743-5359 firstname.lastname@example.org Clark County Sheriff's Office | 517 Court St, Room 308 | Neillsville, WI 54456
- Vaccine Information | Clark County WI
CLARK County WI COVID-19 Information Current Vaccine Phase: Anyone age 18 and over Everyone age 16 and over are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, but Moderna vaccines are only available for those who are age 18 and over Where else can I get vaccinated? Click here for more locations. Roll-Out of the COVID-19 Vaccine to the Community Go COVID-19 Vaccine Comparison Go Those Fully Vaccinated in Non-Healthcare Settings Go Why Vaccinate Steps to Take After COVID-19 Vaccination Vaccine Safety CDC: 8 Things to Know CDC: Benefits of Getting Vaccinated COVID-19 Vaccines: Truth about Fertility CDC: FAQs WI DHS: State Vaccination Page COVID-19 Vaccine Factsheets Pfizer-BioNTech English Moderna EUA Fact Sheet English Johnson & Johnson EUA fact Sheet Finding COVID-19 Vaccine COVID-19 V-Safe Information How Our Bodies Respond to the COVID-19 Vaccine WI DHS: Vaccine Prioritization Wisconsin DHS COVID-19 Vaccine Data View for More Information On: Vaccine Distribution Summary COVID-19 Vaccines for Wisconsin Residents (By County and State) Number and Percentage of Residents Who Have Received at Least One Dose Number and Percentage of Residents Who Have Completed the Vaccine Series Age, Race, Sex, Ethnicity
- COVID-19 Informacion | Clark County WI
Información sobre COVID-19 del Condado de Clark WI Fase actual de la vacuna: Todos los mayores de 18 años Porque Vacunarse? Pasos a Seguir tras Vacunarse Contra el COVID Proximamente (Coming Soon) Seguridad de la Vacuna CDC: 8 Cosas que Debe Saber CDC: FAQs Hojas Informativas Sobre COVID-19 Pfizer-BioNTech Moderna Johnson & Johnson V-safe Después de la Vacuna Cómo Encontrar la Vacuna Encuentre otros lugares de vacunación aquí