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9225 S. 68th St. Franklin, WI
The Training Academy offers a venue to law enforcement and community partners.
The academy is a facility that includes eight classrooms, two lecture halls, a physical training room, mock training cells, three standard pistol ranges with a total of 20 firing points and an indoor 360 degree tactical firearms training room. Four of the classrooms can be joined and expanded to seat between 20 to 200 individuals. The two lecture halls each have seating for 57 people and can be joined so that up to 130 people can observe the same lecturer. The tactical firearms training room, or shoot house, allows realistic scenario based training.
Several hotels and restaurants are located near the Academy.
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Certified Law Enforcement Officer Training
The MCSO Law enforcement Recruit program is Certified by the LESB.
Mission: To mentor, train, educate and assist members of the agency so they have the knowledge and resources needed to achieve their divisional objectives.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Training Academy provides up-to-date law enforcement training for Milwaukee County Sheriff's Deputies and law enforcement officers from agencies throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
The training academy prepares law enforcement officers to serve the community professionally and focuses on ethics and leadership. It provides basic law enforcement as well as advanced training. The training academy instills integrity, excellence, professionalism, and leadership as core principles in all officers who come through our doors.
Jailer Certification Program
The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office training academy conducts certification programs for jail officers and secure juvenile detention officers who are already employed at various southeastern Wisconsin agencies. Both training programs are certified by the State of Wisconsin.
Call to Duty
Adjacent to the Training Academy is a memorial dedicated to the 13 Milwaukee County Sheriff's deputies who died in the line of duty while in service to the Milwaukee County community. The statute, titled "Call to Duty," sits atop a five-foot high octagonal marble base where each of the officer's names is inscribed. The site was selected because it can be viewed from the academy's main hall and will constantly remind deputies and students of the sacrifices all officers make to the community.