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    Hey all,

    Can anyone point me to a site with the PT standards for employment as an officer in Wisconsin? May be applying for a SO position and would like to know.

    Thanks
    Phil

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    Hi, here are a couple of excellent sites, if I am understanding you right for great information could be:

    The Wisconsin 911 site.
    Lists just about all of Wisconsin professional law sites,including police and sheriff's departments
    http://www.the911site.com/911pd/wisconsin.shtml
    I would rate the site above...... A+!
    Other web sites for great police information:

    http://Wilenet.org/

    http://www.usacops.com/

    Wisconsin Department of Justice
    http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dci/sa/unsolved.asp

    Good luck with your hunting!

    I salute and thank all of our Police and thank all of our troops around the world!Go U.S.A. and Wisconsin!
    Last edited by frank; 10-04-2005, 10:26 PM.

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    • #3
      Different agencies have different standards. Some have no PT standards, and many have minimal standards. The larger agencies, (cities over about 30,000) have their own set of standards, but other than the Wisc. State Patrol, I can't think of any that make you meet those standards once you're off of your probationary period.
      Extremism in the pursuit of liberty is no vice. Barry Goldwater

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      • #4
        Agencies set their own, there isn't a definitive requirement for the academies set by the state. At the academy I went to, the physical requirements varied by who led the PT at the beginning of DAAT training. My class was led by a 24yr Vet of the USMC who spent 6 years in Recon. Needless to say, we had the harshest physical training that any of the instructors could ever remember.

        My agency on its own, only requires that you be able to pass a medical stress test requring basic physical activity (almost entirely running).

        In my county (there are approximately 28 agencies), only about five or six actually have physical standards as part of the hiring process. I haven't heard of WSP requiring their Troopers to pass physical standards throughout their careers. I know that Appleton PD does have the tests, but high scores can result in a pay bonus.


        Do you also post on LF.net?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by jeeper
          Do you also post on LF.net?
          Yup! That's me!

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            Originally posted by Dog Off Leash
            Yup! That's me!

            Check your PM's here...
            Nobody ever wants to have to fight, but its a darn good idea for someone to know how.

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            • #7
              Cool. Check yours!

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