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Ashwaubenon officer, Paulowski, returns after leave

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – A village public safety officer placed on paid administrative leave for almost two months returned to duty April 9 after an investigation concluded allegations of disorderly conduct/domestic violence against him were unsubstantiated, an open records request by The Press Times revealed. According to records The Press Times obtained …

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Ashwaubenon tables new officers’ pre-employment contracts

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – At the urging of a trustee, the village board tabled action March 23 on requiring new public safety officers to sign pre-employment contracts to reimburse the village for expenses related to hiring, should they leave early. Public Safety Chief Brian Uhl proposed the agreements to recoup some of …

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Ashwaubenon looking to finalize pricing for body cameras

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The village board is in favor of equipping Ashwaubenon public safety officers with body-worn cameras, but wants to firm up the cost. The board approved a motion Tuesday, Feb. 23, to instruct staff to get final numbers for the Axon Officer Safety Plan (OSP) 7+ body camera package, …

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Ashwaubenon to review repayment agreements for new officers

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The village’s Finance and Personnel Committee wants to find out what other communities do before deciding whether to recommend new public safety officers sign pre-employment contracts to reimburse the village for expenses related to hiring them should they leave early. At its meeting last month, the committee discussed …

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Four Ashwaubenon public safety lieutenants to become captains

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – It took three motions Tuesday, June 23, before the village board voted 5-2 in favor of eliminating four lieutenants in the public safety department to convert those positions to captains, effective this year. After a motion to table failed on a 5-2 vote, the board defeated a motion …

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Union retains attorney for follow-up Swanson investigation

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – After the village board cleared Village Manager Allison Swanson of any wrongdoing or unethical conduct following an investigation by the von Briesen & Roper law firm, an attorney retained by the Ashwaubenon Public Safety Officers’ Association (APSOA) has informed The Press Times he will conduct a follow-up investigation. …

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Grievance denied for officer who golfed in thong

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – An arbitrator with the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) issued a 14 page ruling Thursday, May 7, to deny a grievance filed on behalf of an Ashwaubenon public safety officer. The officer objected to having a letter of direction placed in his personnel file after being seen off-duty …

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Tews promoted to Ashwaubenon deputy chief

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer ASHWAUBENON – The command staff structure of the village’s public safety department has changed, at least temporarily, after the Ashwaubenon Police and Fire Commission agreed Tuesday, April 14, to promote Randy Tews as the deputy chief. Village Manager Allison Swanson said the $2,300 listed as the monetary impact of the …

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