Command Staff

 
Command Staff
 
  Inspector
Richard Schmidt

 Office of the Sheriff

Senior Commander

Appointed June 6, 1986 

Inspector Schmidt was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office on June 6, 1986. He was promoted to Sergeant in 1996, Captain in January of 2002, Deputy Inspector in January of 2003, Inspector of Detention in February 2006, and Inspector, Senior Commander in 2010 by Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.

Inspector Schmidt has led the Police Services Bureau, which included Expressway Patrol, Criminal Investigations, and Airport Security. In 2004, he was put in charge of the Detention Services Bureau. This included oversight of the medical, clerical, correctional officers, and sworn staff assigned to the Milwaukee County Jail,  On January 1, 2009, the House of Correction in Franklin,  the electronic inmate monitoring, and the Huber community access program all came under the authority of the Sheriff. The associated facilities and programs were then placed in the Detention Bureau. In addition, the Detention Bureau was expanded to include the Courts Services Division, which provides bailiffs for the Milwaukee County Court House, the Criminal Justice Facility, the Safety Building and the courts located at the Children’s Detention Center in Wauwatosa. In August of 2010, Inspector Schmidt was promoted by Sheriff Clarke as the Senior Commander of the Agency, and placed in charge of the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Office.

Inspector Schmidt has a Bachelor of Science Degree, a Masters Degree in Administration, both from Hyles-Anderson Crown Point, IN. He is currently working towards a doctorate at Northland International University. He is a graduate of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety Executive Management Program, the National Institute of Corrections Executive Excellence program, the F.B.I. National Academy and has attended Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government for the classes Driving Government Performance, Senior Executives in State & Local Governments and Mastering Negotiations. Inspector Schmidt has participated in the American Correctional Association, the American Jail Association, the F.B.I. National Academy, the National Institute of Corrections – Large Jail Network Trainings, and the Wisconsin Jail Association. He has been involved through the Sheriff’s Office with volunteer efforts with the Special Olympics, Shop with a Cop, the Johnetta Borum Christmas party for underprivileged children, the National Education Association’s Read Across America, and the Salvation Army.

 

Inspector
Edward Bailey

Office of the Sheriff

Adjutant to Sheriff Clarke

Appointed March 20, 1992 

Inspector Bailey was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in March of 1992.  He was promoted to the rank of Detective in May of 1996, and to the rank of Sergeant in March of 1999.  In February of 2005, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted him to the rank of Captain, and in March of 2007, appointed him to the position of Deputy Inspector and Commander of the Administration Bureau. In December 2010, upon re-election for his third consecutive Term of Office, Sheriff Clarke appointed Edward to the position of Agency Inspector, where he is privileged to serve as the Sheriff's Adjutant.
Inspector Bailey has served a variety of assignments within the agency, including core responsibilities as a K-9 officer in the Detention Bureau, a Detective in the Criminal Investigations Division and as the Supervisor of the Drug Enforcement Unit. In addition to his duties as Sheriff Clarke's Adjutant, Inspector Bailey monitors the legislative processes occurring in the Wisconsin State Legislature and the US Congress, and represents the Sheriff as his legislative liaison to those bodies. In addition, Inspector Bailey is privileged to lead the Honor Guard of the Sheriff's Office, the agency's renowned drill and ceremony unit.

In 1989, Inspector Bailey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University, in East Lansing, Michigan. He is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, the Wisconsin Department of Justice's Death Investigation School, and the United States Drug Enforcement Administration's Basic Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Course. In July 2011, Inspector Bailey received a certification from the Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is a graduate of the 223rd Session of the FBI National Academy.  Prior to crossing to civilian law enforcement, Inspector Bailey was honored to serve as a Commissioned Officer in the Military Police Corps of the United States Army, serving at Fort Lewis, Washington and Fort McClellan, Alabama. He resides in Greendale Wisconsin, a Southwestern suburb of Milwaukee County, with his wife Michele and two children.

 

Director of Support Services

Fran McLaughlin 

Administrative Services Bureau

Director of Support Services

Appointed December 10, 2010

 

Fran McLaughlin was appointed to the position of Director of Support Services with the MCSO Administrative Services Bureau in December 2013.  Director McLaughlin has been with Milwaukee County since June 2004, serving as a Communications Specialist and then Communications Director for the County Executive’s Office, and most recently as the Public Information Officer for the Sheriff’s Office.McLaughlin brings significant experience to the agency in media relations, open records management, and in developing and orchestrating communications programs and events. She serves as the Sheriff’s Office liaison for the news media, informing the community of safety issues during snowstorms, flooding, and freeway incidents, along with publicizing the activities of the agency through both social media and traditional news media outlets.

McLaughlin received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Marquette University, spending a year at the university’s extension in Spain – Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She has PIO training with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department and Los Angeles Police Department, and has completed law enforcement coursework to include: Critical Incidents and the Media, Public Safety Media Relations, Law Enforcement Applications for Social Media, Legal Issues Surrounding Public Protests, and the Department of Justice seminar on Sovereign Citizens. She has served on the Greater Milwaukee Law Enforcement Memorial Committee since 2011.

In addition to her volunteer efforts with the Sheriff’s Office for Special Olympics, Shop With a Cop, and Salvation Army, McLaughlin volunteers with the MS Society 50-Mile Challenge Walk and serves on a block grant board for the City of Wauwatosa.

 

 Major

Debra Burmeister

 

 Detention Services Bureau

Appointed April 24, 1998 

Major Debra Burmeister was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in April of 1998. She is currently assigned to command the Detention Services Bureau. She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in of October 2010. In November of 2010, she was promoted to Lieutenant. Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted her to the rank of Captain in August of 2011, Deputy Inspector in September 2012 and Major in December 2012.

Major Burmeister was a member of the Information Technology Unit from 1999-2004. She served as a bailiff from 2004-2005. In 2005, she was assigned to the Detention Services Bureau in the Special Projects unit.

 Major Burmeister earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She participated as a speaker at the 2002 American Jail Association Conference. She is a graduate of Northwesten University School of Police Staff and Command. Major Burmeister completed Computer Crime training at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. She is certified by the FBI as a crisis negotiator. Major Burmeister has also completed the FBI LEEDA Supervisory and Command Staff Programs.

 Major Burmeister volunteers as a Certified Therapy Dog Handler at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. She has participated in Shop with a Cop, the National Education Association’s Read Across America Program, and the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.   

 

 Deputy Inspector 

Aisha Barkow

Countywide Services Bureau
Appointed January 13, 1997
 

Deputy Inspector Aisha Barkow was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in January of 1997.  She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in August,  2006.  In January of 2009, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. promoted her to the rank of Captain and in December of 2010, promoted her to the rank of Deputy Inspector.

Currently, Deputy Inspector Barkow commands the Countywide Services Bureau, which consists of Courts Services, Emergency Management, Training Academy, Communications Division, Civil Process Unit, and the Community Policing Unit. 

In addition, Deputy Inspector Barkow served as the liaison for the Community Justice Council, a committee comprised of county and community leaders working towards restoring the criminal justice system in Milwaukee County. She has also served a variety of assignments within the agency, including five years as an Information Technology Specialist, classification officer, and officer within the Courts Division.   

In 2000, Deputy Inspector Barkow earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  She continued her higher education and in December 2005 earned a Master's Degree in Educational Psychology from UW-Milwaukee. She also is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds certificates in trauma counseling, completed the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) "Leadership in Police Organizations" and Northwestern University Center for Public Safety Executive Management courses.

 

 Deputy Inspector 
Kevin Nyklewicz

Detention Services Bureau

Appointed June 10, 1994 

Deputy Inspector Nyklewicz was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in June 1994 and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 1999. In February 2005, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted him to the rank of Captain, and in October 2009, appointed him to the rank of Deputy Inspector.

 Currently, Deputy Inspector Nyklewicz serves as a Deputy Inspector for the Milwaukee County Jail.

 Deputy Inspector Nyklewicz served as the Director of the Community Justice Resource Center. The CJRC is an alternative to incarceration for non-violent offenders in need of alcohol/drug intervention treatment and programming, which includes educational and vocational development and placement. He has also served as the commander the Administrative Services Bureau, which consists of the Central Records Unit, Civil Process Unit, Communications Division, Community Policing Division, Emergency Management Division, Open Records Unit and the Training Division. He has worked in the TABS and D.A.R.E. programs.

 Deputy Inspector Nyklewicz attended Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. He is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, and has received certification from the program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

 

Deputy Inspector 
Tobie Weberg
  

 

Police Services Bureau

Appointed November 13, 1992 

Deputy Inspector Weberg was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in November of 1992. He was promoted to the rank of Detective in August of 2001 and assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. As a Detective, he was assigned to the Sheriff's General Investigations Unit, Warrant Squad and Gun Reduction Interdiction Program. He also was assigned to the US Marshal's Fugitive Task Force and held federal deputization with them from 2002 - 2006. In February of 2005, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted him to the rank of Sergeant where he was the Officer-in-Charge of the Gun Reduction Interdiction Program until the creation of the Targeted Enforcement Unit in June of 2006. He continued to supervise the Targeted Enforcement Unit as a Sergeant until being promoted to the rank of Captain in December of 2007. Upon being promoted to the rank of Captain, he was the assigned as the Patrol Division Commander responsible for the Expressway, Parks & Transit Security, Institution Grounds and Special Events. In January of 2009, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted him to the rank of Deputy Inspector.

Currently, Deputy Inspector Weberg is the commanding officer over the Police Services Bureau, which is comprised of the Airport Division, Criminal Investigations Division and Patrol Division. Deputy Inspector Weberg has been a member of the Sheriff's SWAT Team since 1995 and in December of 2006 became the 6th SWAT Commander since the unit's inception in 1967.

Deputy Inspector Weberg has attended numerous law enforcement training programs and schools and has completed course work at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He is a graduate of Marquette University's Future Milwaukee Leadership Program (Class of 2007). He currently serves on the Executive Board for the Association of SWAT Personnel - Wisconsin.

Deputy Inspector Weberg has many awards of recognition, of which he is most proud of receiving the Sheriff's David Demos Award (2003), the Award for Outstanding Efforts in Investigating Firearm Offenses from the US Attorney General's Office (then US Attorney General John Ashcroft - June 2004), and the Paul W. Roemer Award (highest award from the Association of SWAT Personnel - Wisconsin).

 

Captain 

Brian Barkow

 

Police Services Bureau

Law Enforcement Analytics Division

Appointed September 5, 1997

Captain Brian Barkow was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in September of 1997.  He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in August of 2006.  In March of 2009, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted him to the rank of Captain.

Currently, Captain Barkow commands the Law Enforcement Analytics Division (L.E.A.D.), which provides tactical, operational, and strategic analysis for the agency.  L.E.A.D., a highly innovative division, utilizes the nationally recognized COMPSTAT model in analyzing data, crime trends, and tracking resource and performance accountability in all Sheriff’s Office operations by utilizing state of the art business intelligence software. 

 In March 2009, Captain Barkow was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division where he oversaw the operations of the General Investigations Unit, Special Investigations Unit, Background Investigations Unit, Drug Enforcement Unit, and all agency Task Force assignments.

In 2004, Captain Barkow earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Captain Barkow is a 2008 graduate from the Future Milwaukee Leadership Training program at Marquette University.

 

Captain

Colin Briggs

 

 Police Services Bureau

Appointed January 11, 2002

 

Captain Colin Briggs began his public service for Milwaukee County in June 1998, as a Correctional Officer for the Milwaukee County House of Corrections (CCF-S). During his tenure at Milwaukee County House of Corrections he also served as Field Training Officer, C.E.R.T. team member and Transportation Officer. He was then appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office on January 11, 2002. Promoted to Sergeant in 2008, then to Lieutenant in 2010 and Captain in October 2010.

Captain Briggs has performed duties as a Deputy Sheriff in the Detention Services Bureau (County Correctional Facility- Central), Criminal Investigations Division (Gun Reduction Interdiction Program), Police Services Bureau/ Patrol (Targeted Enforcement Unit), Police Services Bureau/ Patrol (Third Shift Patrol Supervisor). Captain Briggs was assigned to the County Correctional Facility- South as the lead coordinator for the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Discipline, Order, Training and Structure (D.O.T.S.) program. Captain Briggs is also a member of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) team, appointed in February 2006 and a member of the Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard.

Captain Briggs currently holds an Associate's degree in Criminal Justice. Captain Briggs is also a member of our nation’s armed forces, in which he has served 23 years to include active and reserve time. Captain Briggs currently holds the rank of Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army Reserves and has attended several military leadership courses throughout his military service. Captain Briggs has also served our nation while deployed as a Combat Advisor during two tours in Iraq and obtained certification in Counter Insurgency Operations. Captain Briggs also is a LESB certified instructor for the Sheriff’s Office in the disciplines of Firearms, Principles of Subject Control and C.E.R.T.

 
 
Captain 
James Cox
  

Office of the Sheriff

Internal Affairs Division

 Appointed June 5, 1992

In 1992, Captain James Cox was hired by the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office. In 1999, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. In 2009, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. promoted him to the rank of Lieutenant and to Captain in January 2011. His law enforcement experience has included supervision throughout the agency (Detention Bureau, Courts Division, Process Division, Criminal Investigations Division, Airport Division.) He is currently assigned to the Internal Affairs Division- Administration Bureau, where he investigates employee misconduct and serves as a liaison to the Milwaukee County Corporation Counsel.

Captain James Cox attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. While attending UW-Madison, he worked as a legislative Wisconsin State Assembly staff person (1986-88). In 2004, he graduated from the Northwestern University For Public Safety program. He is also a graduate of Marquette’s Future Milwaukee Leadership Training Program and the International Association of Chiefs of Police Leadership in Police Organizations Program.

Captain Cox has been active in numerous community organizations. He has volunteered for the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee and the Boy’s and Girl’s Clubs of America. At the YMCA, he ran an At-Risk Youth Work Program while attending college. 

 
Captain 
Nancy Evans
   

Police Services Bureau

Airport Division

Appointed July 8, 1997

Captain Evans began her career with Milwaukee County on July 8,1997, at the House of Correction. She was a trained weapons officer and a field-training officer. She was promoted to Sergeant in June of 1999, Lieutenant in June of 2005, and Captain in December 2012.

Captain Evans graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration from Cardinal Stritch University. She also holds an Associate's Degree in Business and graduated from Waukesha County Technical College Police Academy.

Captain Evans attended Northwestern University Executive Management Program. She has participated in the American Correctional Association, the American Jail Association, and the Wisconsin Jail Association. She has volunteered  with the Special Olympics, Shop with a Cop, the National Education Association’s Read Across America Program, and the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

 
Captain 
Daniel Hughes
Police Services Bureau
Patrol Division
Appointed Novembe 18, 1996

Captain Daniel Hughes was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy Sheriff on November 18, 1996. Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. promoted him to the rank of Sergeant in July of 2006, and then Lieutenant in February 2009.

Captain Hughes currently holds an Associate's Degree from Milwaukee Area Technical College in Police Science, and is a 2009 graduate of Marquette University's Future Milwaukee Leadership Program. 

Captain Hughes has worked in several different assignments as a Deputy Sheriff to include the Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Facility, the Patrol Division as a Deputy assigned to expressway patrol operations, as a Detective in the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) assigned to the Warrant Squad, the Gun Reduction Interdiction Program (GRIP unit), and the Targeted Enforcement Unit (TEU).

Captain Hughes was appointed to the MCSO Swat team in January 2001, as a Swat Technician. He then moved up in the ranks holding a position of Sniper, Assistant Team Leader and now Team Leader.

Captain Hughes was commander of the Training Academy and currently serves as the commander of the Patrol Division. 

 
 Captain
Anthony Moffett

Administrative Services Bureau

Open Records/Central Records

Appointed January 7, 2000 

Captain Moffett was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in January of 2000. He has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain. He earned the Rank of Captain in December 2011.

Captain Moffett is the Commander of Open Records Unit and Central Records. He has seved in the following Divisions as a Deputy Sheriff; Patrol, Courts, Detention, and as a Detective in the Drug Enforcement Unit.

Captain Moffett has served 20 years in the Armed Forces in which he has served both active, and reserve duty. He served actively during Desert Storm.

In 2010, while serving as a Deputy Sheriff, Captain Moffett was awarded the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Superior Achievement Award, which is awarded to members who have shown a devotion to duty, professional excellence, or service representing the best interests of the community and law enforcement, and the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office.

 
  Captain
Michael Rewolinski

Police Services Bureau 

 Appointed May 14, 1993

Captain M. Rewolinski was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in May of 1993. He was promoted to the rank of Corporal in June of 1996, and Sergeant in June of 2000. On March 8, 2007, he was promoted to Captain by Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr.

He has also served as a supervisor at the Airport and Detention Bureau. Rewolinski has been assigned to the Patrol Division as a Deputy Sheriff as well in the Criminal Investigation Division as a Detective in the Financial Crimes Unit.

Captain Rewolinski attended Marquette University, he has received training in the investigation of Deadly Force, Disruptive Threat Groups and Law Enforcement Criminal Intelligence.

 

Captain

Douglas Holton Jr.

 
 
 

Countywide Services Bureau
Courts Division
Appointed January 3, 2003
 

Lieutenant Douglas Holton Jr. was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office on January 3, 2003. Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. promoted him to the rank of Sergeant in March  2009 and Lieutenant in February 2011.

Lieutenant Holton has worked as a Deputy Sheriff in the Courts and Airport divisions. He also worked as a Sergeant in the Airport Division. Lieutenant Holton is currently assigned to the Internal Affairs Division. Lieutenant Holton currently holds a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Criminal Justice. He has also received training in investigations of Deadly Force, Use of Force and investigating Internal Affairs cases.

 
 
Captain
Scott Stiff

Police Services Bureau
Criminal Investigations Division

Appointed September 8, 1989

Captain Stiff was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in September of 1989. He was appointed to the rank of Detective in June of 2000 and assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. As a Detective, he was assigned to the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Group (HITDTA), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), US Marshals Fugitive Task Force, the Sheriff’s General Investigations Division, Witness Protection Unit and Warrant Squad. He is also assigned to the Training Academy as a firearms instructor. 

In July of 2005, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted him to the rank of Sergeant. He was assigned to the Detention Bureau, Patrol Division and the Internal Affairs Division where he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in August of 2009.  

In 2011, Sheriff Clarke promoted him to the rank of Captain.  Currently, he oversees the Criminal Investigations Division that is comprised of the General Investigation Unit, Special Investigation Unit, Background Investigation Unit, and various federal and state task force assignments.

He has been an active member of the Sheriff’s SWAT Team since 1993 and currently serves as the SWAT Assistant Commander.  Lieutenant Stiff has completed numerous law enforcement-training programs. He has completed Northwestern University’s Supervision of Police Personnel Course. He has studied Police Science at Milwaukee Area Technical College (1985 – 1989). He has served as a member of the Wisconsin Army National Guard (1984 – 1994) and is a Desert Storm Veteran.   

 
Captain 
Catherine Trimboli

   Appointed April 22, 1996

Captain Catherine Trimboli was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in April of 1996. She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in August of 2008, promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in October of 2009, and in November of 2010, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. promoted her to the rank of Captain.

Captain Trimboli has served in many assignments throughout the agency, including the County Correctional Facility-Central, Airport Division, Patrol Division, Courts and Internal Affairs Division. While assigned to the Patrol Division, she was one of the first members of the OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) Task Force. Captain Trimboli also holds instructor certifications in Vehicle Contacts, Principles of Subject Control and Tactical Communication Skills.

Captain Trimboli has attended numerous law enforcement training programs, including the International Chiefs of Police, Leadership in Police Organizations course and the Northwestern University Executive Management Program. Captain Trimboli is a 2010 graduate of Marquette University’s Future Milwaukee Leadership Program.

 
Captain 
Leslie Wachowiak

Countywide Services Bureau

Community Policing Unit

Appointed April 14, 1995 

Captain Leslie Wachowiak was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in April of 1995. She was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in September of 2009 and to the rank of Captain on December 12, 2010.  She is currently assigned to the Administrative Services Bureau, where she overseas the Community Policing Unit. In addition, Captain Wachowiak serves on the Law Enforcement Torch Run Committee benefiting Special Olympics. This committee is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for individuals with developmental disabilities.

As a Deputy, Captain Wachowiak served both the Detention Services Bureau, and Airport Division of the Police Services Bureau. Captain Wachowiak is a member of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Bicycle Patrol Unit.

Captain Wachowiak graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice/Sociology. 

 

  Corrections Captain

Janet Borucki 

Detention Services Bureau

Milwaukee County Jail

Appointed November 5, 2007

 

Captain Janet Borucki began her career with Milwaukee County in 2007. She was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in July 2011, and on April 10, 2012, Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., promoted her to the rank of Captain.

She is currently assigned to the Detention Services Bureau at the Milwaukee County Jail where she oversees the Field Training Officer (FTO) program, the Special Management Team (SMT), Jail Records, Housing, Classification, and Booking. She has attended Crises Intervention Training (CIT) and holds an instructor certificate for Verbal Defense and Influence.

Captain Borucki graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee with a Bachelor of Science in History. In addition, she holds an Associates Degree in Arts & Sciences from the University of Wisconsin – Waukesha.

 

Corrections Captain

William Duckert

Detention Services Bureau

Milwaukee County Jail

Appointed October 18, 1999

 

Captain William Duckert began his career with Milwaukee County in October 1999, and was promoted to Sergeant in 2002. In 2007, he was appointed to the rank of Lieutenant and on July 16, 2009 he was appointed Captain by Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. and assigned to Detention Services at the Milwaukee County Jail. He oversees the all operations of the Milwaukee County Jail including Jail Records, Housing, Classification, and Booking.

Captain Duckert has attended the University of Phoenix and Cardinal Stritch University. He has received training from the American Jail Association for the Direct Supervision of Inmates. He is also a CPR and AED instructor at the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Training Academy.

 

Corrections Captain

Beverly Kay Williams

Detention Services Bureau

Milwaukee County Jail

Appointed April 1999

 
Captain Beverly Kay Williams began her career with Milwaukee County in April 1999, and was promoted to Sergeant in
2000. 

In 2005, she was appointed to the rank of Lieutenant. She was assigned to Detention Services at the Milwaukee County Jail when Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. appointed her to the rank of Captain in May of 2013.She is responsible for for  Jail Records, Housing, and Booking.

Captain Williams has attended the University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh. She received additional training in the areas of Ethics and Communications. She has volunteered with the United Way Campaign, Shop with a Cop, and Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

 

 Lieutenant

Tricia Carlson

 Police Services Bureau
Patrol Division
Appointed April 1998
 

Lieutenant Carlson was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in April 1998, promoted to Sergeant in February 2008, and to Lieutenant in February 2011.

Her previous assignments include Detention Services Bureau where she was assigned to the Mental Health Unit, Jail Transportation Unit, Transport Liaison, Jail Records, Transportation Sergeant, and Courts Lieutenant. 

Lieutenant Carlson currently serves as a Supervisor in the Patrol Division.

 

Lieutenant

Jason Hodel

Administrative Services Bureau
Internal Affairs Division
Appointed April 2001
 
 

Lieutenant Hodel was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in April 2001.  He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2010 and to Lieutenant in 2012. He is currently assigned to the Administrative Services Bureau - Internal Affairs Division, where he investigates allegations of employee misconduct. 

Lieutenant Hodel performed the duties of a deputy sheriff in the Detention Services Bureau and in the Police Services Bureau as an expressway patrolman and with the Sheriff’s Targeted Enforcement Unit (TEU). Lieutenant Hodel served as a supervisor in the Airport Division, Patrol Division and Targeted Enforcement Unit. Lieutenant Hodel has been assigned to the Sheriff’s Motorcycle Unit since 2008.  Lieutenant Hodel holds a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Social Change and Development: Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay.

 
   
   
Lieutenant 
Donald Kernan

 

Police Services Bureau
Patrol Division

Appointed March 1999

Lieutenant Kernan was promoted to Sergeant in 2001. Sheriff David A.Clarke Jr. promoted him to Lieutenant in July 2006. During Lt. Kernan’s career he has served in variety of assignments, most notably in the Detention Services Bureau, Patrol/Institutions Division, Airport Division, Courts Division and Civil Process Unit. Currently, Lieutenant Donald A. Kernan supervises the Patrol Division.

Lieutenant Kernan has earned a Bachelor's Degree from Concordia College, majoring in Criminal Justice and Business Management. Additionally, Lieutenant Kernan is a graduate of The Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. He has received training from the National Terrorism Preparedness Institute for Planning Considerations for Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents, in Weapons of Mass Destruction Homeland Security Initiative Jail Evacuation Planning and Implementation, in Courthouse Security, and in Incident Command.

Prior to his appointment with MCSO, Lieutenant served in the Army National Guard from 1983 to 1991. He also served in the U.S. Army in Operations Desert Storm/Desert Shield as a Military Police soldier.

 

Lieutenant

Dennis Konkel

 Police Services Bureau
Criminal Investigations Division

Appointed March 1992   

Lieutenant Dennis Konkel was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in March 1992. His first assignment was as a Deputy in the Detention Services Bureau at the Milwaukee County Jail where he was also a trainer and team leader of the jail Emergency Response Team. From 1994 to 1996 he was assigned to the Jail Special Projects Team. From 1996 to 2000 he was assigned to the Sheriff’s Drug Enforcement Unit. In 1997 he was promoted to Detective in the Drug Unit. From 2000 to 2003 he was assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division. In 2003 he was promoted to Sergeant and transferred to the Patrol Division. In 2010, he was transferred to the Sheriff’s Training Academy as the Firearms Coordinator. In July, 2011 he was promoted to Lieutenant. He has been a supervisor in the Patrol, Airport, Detention and Training Divisions. Lieutenant Konkel is a state certified instructor in Firearms, Defense and Arrest Tactics, and a Master Instructor Trainer in Instructor Development. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from UW-Milwaukee. He has been a member of the Sheriff’s SWAT Team since March 1995 and is currently assigned to the sniper unit. Lieutenant Konkel is currently assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division

Lieutenant Konkel is also a member of the Wisconsin Army National Guard since 1987. He was commissioned a 2LT through the ROTC program at UW-Milwaukee. He has served in numerous command and staff positions in the Guard to include three company commands and a battalion command. He is a graduate of the Military Police Officer Basic Course, the Quartermaster Officer Advance Course, the Combined Arms Services Staff School, and the Command and General Staff Officers Course. He is currently enrolled in the U.S. Army War College. He holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Army National Guard and is a veteran of two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  

 

Lieutenant

Paul Thompson 

 Countywide Services Bureau

Court Services

 Appointed January 7, 2000

Lieutenant Thompson was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office in January of 2000. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2009, then to Lieutenant in 2011.
 
Lieutenant Thompson has performed duties as a Deputy Sheriff in the Detention Services Bureau (CJF), Police Services Bureau (Patrol Division), Criminal Investigations Division (Gun Reduction Interdiction Unit), Police Services Bureau (Targeted Enforcement Unit). Lieutenant Thompson is also a member of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) team, appointed February 2006.
 
Lieutenant Thompson currently holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Tulane University, and currently working towards a Masters Degree in Homeland Security and Emergency Management. He has been involved through the Sheriff’s Office with volunteer efforts with Shop with a Cop and Salvation Army. Lieutenant Thompson is a former N.B.A. basketball player, who played with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Milwaukee Bucks, and Philadelphia 76ers. Lieutenant Thompson is a LESB certified instructor for the Sheriff’s Office in the disciplines of Firearms, CPR and Vehicle Contacts.
 

Lieutenant

Mark Witek

Police Services Bureau
Airport Division

Appointed April 1996 

Lieutenant Witek was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office in April 1996. He was promoted to Sergeant in February 2009, and to Lieutenant in January 2011.

His previous assignments include Detention Services Bureau where he was assigned to various positions including the Central Intake Unit and the District Attorney's Office Liaison. He has also worked in the Police Services Bureau / Airport Division where he was a member of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office Bicycle Patrol Unit.  Currently, Lieutenant Witek serves as a supervisor in the Airport Division.  

 

Lieutenant

Derrick S. Washington Sr.

Countywide Services Bureau
Training Academy
Appointed April 1995
 
 

Lieutenant Washington was appointed to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office on April 14, 1995. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2005 and Lieutenant in July 2011.

Currently, Lieutenant Washington is assigned to the Countywide Services Bureau (Training Division).  Lieutenant Washington has worked in several different assignments as a Deputy Sheriff to include the Milwaukee County Jail, Patrol Division as a Deputy and Sergeant, as a Detective in the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) assigned to the Gun Reduction Interdiction Program (GRIP unit), Airport Division and Community Policing. Lieutenant Washington was appointed to the MCSO Swat team in April of 1997, as a Swat Technician.

Lieutenant Washington’s proudest moments with the agency came May of 2002 when he represented the agency at the National Law enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C. standing guard at the candle light vigil.

In February of 2009, He was appointed to the Principles of Subject Control (POSC advisory committee) for training, allowing him to contribute to the Student Manuel currently used today for training.

 

Public Safety Fiscal Administrator

William Lethlean

 

Office of the Sheriff
Fiscal Affairs
Appointed July 2011

In March 2005, William was hired by the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office as a senior accountant in Fiscal Affairs. 

He served in this role until April 2007 when he transferred to General Mitchell International Airport in a similar capacity. He returned to the Sheriff’s Office as Accounting Manager in July 2011 and was appointed Public Safety Fiscal Administrator in May 2013.

From 1981 to 1990, he served as Controller for a local manufacturing company with four operating divisions where he was responsible for general ledger, budgeting, financial analysis, credit/collections, and office management. From 1990 to March 2005, he served as Controller and Chief Financial Officer in several nonprofit child welfare social service agencies located in Milwaukee County.           

William is a Wisconsin licensed Certified Public Accountant. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree earned at the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s of Business Administration Degree in Accounting earned at the Keller Graduate School of Management DeVry University. He is a member of the national organization American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He resides in Greendale, Wisconsin, a Milwaukee County suburb, with his wife Debra.

 

Administrator

Carl Stenbol

Countywide Services Bureau

Emergency Management 
Appointed October 1997  

Carl Stenbol serves as the Emergency Management Division Administrator. Mr. Stenbol directs emergency management response and preparedness programs for natural disasters, hazardous materials incidents and homeland security. This includes emergency planning, training and exercise programs. He served as Assistant Director of Emergency Management from July 2001 to March 2003, and previously served as an Emergency Management Coordinator with the division from October 1997 to July 2001. He was an Emergency Management Specialist with the State of Wisconsin Emergency Management Division from March 1992 to October 1997.

In December 2001 he received Level III Emergency Manager Certification from the State of Wisconsin Emergency Management Division. He has received Emergency Management Institute training certifications for Terrorism Response Operations, Hazardous Materials Response Operations, Critical Incident Management, Incident Command System, Unified Command Operations, Evacuation Planning, Emergency Response Resource Management, and Disaster Response and Recovery Operations. He is a member of the Wisconsin Emergency Management Association Board of Directors.