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Officers standing by squad cars
Motorcycle Unit and CCOV in a parade
Officers at coffie shot fund raiser
Officers at a community fun run
Officers high fiving citizens at a community event
Officers in front of a SWAT unit
Officers at a charity event with the CCOV
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Officer at a school
Officer Roberto Martinez and K9 Lando
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Support Services Division

Records

Supervisor: Emily Karl is directly responsible for supervising and scheduling the Report Processors, Records/Reports Clerks, Court Liaison Clerks, and Work Study Clerical Assistants. The Records Supervisor is charged with maintaining all Departmental records and associated functions.

Records and Reports Clerks: Penny Knoll and Amy Mehling  are responsible for maintaining a record and filing system and responding to internal and external requests for this information in order to support the mission, vision and values of the Oshkosh Police Department. These individuals also serve as a link between the community and police personnel when assisting with duties at the reception desk.

Court Liaison Clerks: Nicole Fisher and Rosalie Duron process all the administrative paperwork related to arrests made by Oshkosh Officers. This includes all traffic citations, municipal ordinance arrests as well as misdemeanor and felony arrests. They are responsible for over 16,000 court dispositions annually.

Report Processors: The Report Processors are responsible for quality-checking field-based reports and transcribing reports that are dictated by Officers, entering them into P-1 Records. They also enter data related to municipal ordinance citations.

Photo of Administrative Support Staff MembersThe full-time Report Processors are:

  • Char Baehman
  • Bonnie Sagmeister
  • Jill Engeli

The part-time Report Processors are:

  • Julie Bohn
  • Nancy Otradovec