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Carlista Lund and Camille Bonneville Chosen To Attend The 2017 FBINAA Youth Leadership Program

Carlista Lund is the daughter of Scott and Aimee Lund. Scott is a graduate of the 230th Session and a Captain with the Fox Valley Metro Police Department. Carlista is currently a sophomore at Kimberly High School in Kimberly.

Carlistaís cumulative GPA is a 4.1619. Carlista is an outstanding representative of her school, where she participates in theatre productions and is an active member of DECA, the Key Club, and a teen leadership program. She is also very active in various local community programs and events.

Camille Bonneville is the daughter of Larry and Kim Bonneville. Larry is a graduate of the 193rd Session and the Lieutenant of Investigative Services with the City of Menasha Police Department. Camille is currently a sophomore, attending St. Francis Xavier High School in Appleton.

Camilleís cumulative GPA is 3.952. She has taken several honors courses and higher level world language courses. Camille is an outstanding representative of her school, where she serves as a class officer and is a member of the Xavier Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Camille is also member of the varsity tennis team, the JV soccer team, and the orchestra. Camille is also a very active member of her church and the community.

Congratulations to Carlista, Camille, and their parents. Enjoy the YLP experience!


Retirements

CAPTAIN JEFFERY MICKLITZ retires from Milwaukee Police Department.

Captain Micklitz was appointed to the Milwaukee Fire Department in 1988 and began his career with the Milwaukee Police Department in 1991. He served as a patrol officer in the Third District, highlighted by his assignment to the Neighborhood Foot Patrol program which also included bicycle patrol. In 1995 he was assigned to the Vice Control Division, where he remained until his promotion to Detective in 1997. As a Detective, he was assigned to the Criminal Investigation Bureau and the Narcotics Division, highlighted by his assignment as a drug detection canine handler. He was promoted to Lieutenant in 2001 and held assignments in the Narcotics Division, Internal Affairs Criminal Investigation Section, Background Investigation Section, Criminal Investigation Bureau, Milwaukee Metropolitan Drug Enforcement Group, Wisconsin High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, and District Seven.

In 2015, Captain Micklitz was promoted to his current position as the commander of the Narcotics Division where he oversaw the Departmentís participation in the Wisconsin High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, leading a diverse team of Federal, State, and local law enforcement officers assigned to the Drug Gang Task Force, the Fugitive Task Force, the Heroin Task Force, the Interdiction Task Force, and an Investigative Support Center. Additionally, he oversaw the Departmentís participation in the Milwaukee Metropolitan Drug Enforcement Group and the DEA Task Force.

Captain Micklitz holds a Bachelorís degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Mount Senario College and holds a Masterís Degree in Dispute Resolution from Marquette University. He is a graduate of the 227th Session of the FBI National Academy and was president of the Wisconsin Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates 2014-2015. Jeff retired from the Milwaukee Police Department in December, 2016.

Jeff has moved to Montana to enjoy everything the mountains have to offer. His mailing address is PO Box 289, Seeley Lake, MT 59868. His cell phone number remains the same.


LISA WALTER retires from UW-Stout Police Department.

Lisa Walter, UW-Stoutís chief of police for 14 years will retire, effective January 6, 2017.

Lisa joined the University Police in September of 1993 and became interim chief in 1999. She was appointed permanent chief in 2002.

Besides her police duties, Lisa is well-known for her community work, especially with Special Olympics. In 2007 she represented Wisconsin as a runner at the Special Olympic World Summer Games in China. She also represented Wisconsin in 2009 as a running team leader in the World Winter Games in Idaho. Lisa has served on the state Special Olympics board and has been a member of the state Torch Run council for more than a decade. She has been recognized with many awards over the years.

Lisa graduated in 2002 from the FBI National Academy and is a member of the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association.


CAPTAIN GERALD (JERRY) VOIGHT retires. After 30 years of dedicated service, Wisconsin State Patrol Captain Gerald (Jerry) Voight has decided itís time for retirement!

Jerry Voight is the Northwest Region Commander which covers 20 counties in northwest Wisconsin and is home to the Eau Claire and Spooner Posts. He was born and raised in Hayward, WI. Captain Voight started his career with the State Patrol as a member of the 35th Recruit Class in 1986 after two years with the Hayward Police Department. Jerry spent the next 10 years as a trooper in Clark County where he served as the court officer, tactical instructor, crash reconstructionist, salvage inspector, and taught numerous courses at the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy. He was also an assistant training officer for the 44th Recruit Class in 1994.

In July of 1996, Captain Voight was promoted to sergeant as a program director at the State Patrol Academy. He transferred back to the Eau Claire Post in November 1999 as a Sergeant and supervised the Dunn County troop for five years. He then transferred to the Eau Claire County troop for the next seven years. In February 2012, Captain Voight was promoted to lieutenant and served as the Executive Officer at the State Patrol Academy. He was then promoted to the Captainís position at the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy in December 2013 until his transfer back to the Northwest Region in September of 2015.

Captain Voight lives in Eau Claire with his wife Stephanie and his youngest son Peter. He has two older sons. One lives in the Twin Cities and other is attending Winona State University.

Jerry is a proud graduate of FBINA Session 255, having the distinction of attending the NA twice due to the federal government shutdown during the fall 2013. He is also an active member of the Wisconsin Chapter.

Jerry is a proud graduate of FBINA Session 255, having the distinction of attending the NA twice due to the federal government shutdown during the fall 2013. He is also an active member of the Wisconsin Chapter.

After retirement, he plans on doing some teaching, consulting work, carpentry, volunteer work, and will attempt to improve his golf game!!



Newsletters

Spring - 2014

Welcome all 2014 chapter members. After a historically long and cold winter, spring is finally showing signs that we have transitioned out of winter. I am completely in favor of moving beyond winter however, I deliberately pause to reflect back on the tremendous turnout for the Holiday Luncheon and Winter Outing. With that said we recently gathered at the Dane County Training Center for the spring shoot and training with a grilled lunch provided by our 5.11 representative Marshall Smith.

Click here for a downloadable PDF of the complete Spring 2014 newsletter.