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.
Carlista’s 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.
Camille’s 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!
Terry P. McHugh, 265th Session was selected by the Kronenwetter Police and Fire Commission in November of 2016 to become the Chief of the Kronenwetter Police Department (KPD). Terry officially assumed those duties on January 1, 2017.
Terry grew up in Oshkosh, WI and after high school, joined the U.S. Army. He served in the first Gulf War as a Combat Engineer. Following his military service, he attended and graduated from UW-Oshkosh in 1996 with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in Spanish.
Terry began his law enforcement career in 1996 in Albuquerque, NM before leaving Albuquerque for the City of Madison PD from 2000-2006. In July 2006 he started with the KPD where he was promoted to Lieutenant, in July 2009. Terry also served as a Field Training Officer at both Madison PD and Kronenwetter PD. As a Lieutenant, he supervised the KPD field training program.
In 2014 Terry graduated from the Wisconsin Command College and earned the title of Certified Public Manager (CPM) through the University of Wisconsin, Madison. In September 2016 he graduated from the FBI National Academy, a member of Session #265, where he earned a Graduate Certificate in Criminal Justice from the University of Virginia.
Craig Moser, 231st Session, recently retired following nearly 32 years of dedicated service to the citizens of the City of Muskego, Wisconsin. Chief Craig Moser retired on January 6th. He began his career with Muskego PD in 1985 as a patrol officer. He served as an acting detective with the Waukesha County Metro Drug Unit, and as a member of the department’s SWAT team, retiring from the team as Team Leader in 2010. Craig continued to serve in various capacities and was appointed as Chief in 2013.
One of his first acts was to establish a very popular K-9 program. He also oversaw the upgrade of the department’s Emergency Dispatch Center, and laid the groundwork for the department to move forward with Body Worn Cameras and the utilization of drone technology.
Everyone at the Muskego Police Department wishes Craig and his family all the best as they embark on the next chapter of their lives and thanks Chief Moser for his dedication, guidance, leadership, and friendship. He will be missed.
Jason Spetz, Session #263, was recently selected to replace Lisa Walter, as the next Chief of Police at UW-Stout in Menomonie, WI. Jason has worked at UW-Stout PD for the past nine years, serving as officer, Patrol Sergeant, and Assistant Chief of Police. Prior to his service with UW- Stout PD, Jason served as a Wisconsin State Patrol trooper for nine years, and more recently as a firefighter/medic for the City of Menomonie Fire Department.
Chief Spetz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in law enforcement from Minnesota State University – Mankato, and is a graduate of the 263rd Session of the National Academy. Jason begins his duties as police chief on March 6th.
David Reid, 232nd Session, retired from the Chenequa Police Department, effective April 2016, where he held the rank of Captain. Dave began his law enforcement career as a City of Brookfield Cadet/Dispatcher and EMT in 1980. He completed police academy training in 1984 and became a member of the Village of Hartland PD. Dave began part-time employment with Chenequa PD in 1990 while also working in the private sector. He returned to full-time law enforcement with the City of Oconomowoc PD in 1993, leaving Oconomowoc in 1996 to accept a full-time position with Chenequa PD.
During his time at Chenequa, Dave advanced through the ranks of officer, master patrol officer, sergeant, and captain. He retired in April of 2016 as Captain, the rank he had held since 2003.
Dan Neumer, 259th Session, was promoted from Sergeant to Captain of the Chenequa Police Department in August 2016. Dan has been a member of the Chenequa Police Department since October 2012 when he was hired as a result of an outside search for a sergeant. Dan is a graduate of the Executive Development Institute (EDI), a 10-week management skills program. Dan is also a member of NA Session 259, having graduated in March of 2015.
Since graduation Dan has remained active in the Wisconsin Chapter of FBI National Academy Associates and is developing a valuable peer network of command level officers across the state, nationally, and internationally.
Carl Gloede, 258th Session, and Captain with the City of Madison Police Department recently retired after 29 years in law enforcement. His career included serving with the USSS Uniformed Division and the City of Madison Police Department.
Highlights of Carl’s career include assignments in the Drug Gang Task Force, Traffic, SWAT, Crowd Management, Dignitary Protection, Records/Technology, and Honor Guard. He recently relocated to Louisville, Kentucky.
Peter Running, 223rd Session, retired on January 16th from the Village of Winneconne PD where he served as Chief. Pete began his law enforcement career in the US Army as an MP in 1983. He served on various departments during his career. He was appointed Chief of Police in the Village of Winneconne in June, 1996 where he served until his retirement on January 16th of this year. Interestingly, Pete was the arresting officer of Wisconsin serial killer, David Spanbauer.
Pete completed an Associate degree in Criminal Justice in 1994 from Fox Valley Technical College and a Bachelor's degree from Mount Senario College in 1995. He was the first from Winneconne PD to be selected to attend the FBI National Academy.
Pete was very actively involved in the communities he served throughout his law enforcement career and he continues to serve in the US Army Reserve, with over 34 years of continued service to the nation.
Terry Hansen, 190th Session, who held the rank of Captain, retired from the Menomonee Falls, WI Police Department on December 31, 2016, after nearly 43 years of service. Terry was hired on February 18, 1974 and served the department in virtually all capacities including: patrol officer, juvenile officer, patrol supervisor and commander, services supervisor and commander, department training officer, SWAT team member, accreditation manager, and finally protective service commander.
Terry graduated from the FBINA in 1997. For the past nineteen years, Terry was a very active member of the Wisconsin FBINAA Chapter. Terry is also fitness fanatic. It was common to see Terry in the department fitness room daily, sometimes twice a day! Even more impressive was his ability to maintain and still fit into his National Academy PT shorts! We wish Terry a long and well deserved retirement as he trades in his old patrol boots for a pair of Silver Sneakers!
Kris Zhea, 224th Session, retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Lt. Colonel as of October 1, 2016. Kris is now employed as the manager of Corporate Security at WEC Energy Group.
James Pfister, 259th Session, City of Oconomowoc Police Department, promoted from Lieutenant to Captain.
Matt Carney, 262nd Session, Village of Pewaukee Police Department, promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant.
Congratulations and best wishes to all!
City of Waupun, Deputy Police Chief Scott Louden (left) 244th Session, became President of the Fond du Lac County Law Enforcement Executive Association on February 1st, and Waupun Police Chief Dale Heeringa (right) 209th Session, was honored with the President’s Award for his 41 years of law enforcement service and being the personification of a good law enforcement officer.
Dave Malone Receives "First Ever" Fierce Freedom Award
Fierce Freedom is an Eau Claire, Wisconsin based, non-profit organization dedicated to educating and raising public awareness about human trafficking in northwestern Wisconsin. At their annual banquet on February 23rd, 2017, Fierce Freedom awarded Dave Malone, (retired Chief of Police, Eau Claire, WI) 104th Session, their first “Malone for Excellence Award.” The award acknowledges Dave’s years of support and volunteer efforts as a law enforcement officer. Fierce Freedom will select law enforcement personnel annually, who have provided support and efforts toward the same cause, to receive the “Dave Malone for Excellence Award.” Dave is currently a manager of Applied Learning-Law Enforcement with the American Military University (AMU) and is also a Life Member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
Most Recent Graduates
Congratulations to Wisconsin’s most recent National Academy graduates:
267th SESSION – March 17, 2017
Assistant Chief Robert Abraham, La Crosse Police Department
Lieutenant Cory Schalinske, Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Office
Captain Curtis Fell, Rock County Sheriff’s Office
Lieutenant David Stecker, Jr., Oak Creek Police Department
Lieutenant Krista Ewers-Hayes, Dane County Sheriff’s Office
End Of Watch
On behalf of the Wisconsin Chapter, our sincere sympathy to the family, loved ones, friends, and associates of:
Richard A. Hartwig, 102nd Session, UW-Madison Police Department, EOW – January 27, 2017.