Village of Pulaski

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Pulaski Police Department
421 S. St. Augustine Street
Pulaski, WI 54162
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(920) 822-5613
Fax: (920) 822-3209

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Administrative Job Opportunity


DEADLINE: Friday - May 2nd, 2014

U.S. Citizen; Minimum Age - 18; Driver License; Good Driving Record; High School Diploma; No Felony Convictions; No Domestic Abuse Convictions; Good Verbal and Written Communication Skills; Previous Experience; React Quickly and Effectively to Stressful Situations; Ability to Keyboard/Type; Clear and Concise Speech; Ability to Handle Several Tasks Simultaneously; Ability to Perform Essential Functions of this Position.

Salary - $12.00 to $16.00 Based on Experience
Hours - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm - (Subject to change due to law enforcement needs)

Applications available on line or at the Village Hall located at 585 East Glenbrook Drive, Village of Pulaski.

Applicants use the Application Form - DJ-LE-330
Resumes may be attached

Mail Application Packets to:
Village of Pulaski
Attn: Karen Ostrowski - Clerk
585 East Glenbrook Drive
P.O. Box 320
Pulaski, WI 54162-0320

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**Applications must be printed off and mailed to the above address.


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Concealed Carry Weapon Training

No further classes are scheduled at this time, please contact the PACE office if you desire this training class to continue.


2013 Bicycle Safety Rodeo Pictures


The Pulaski Police Department would like to thank Doug Prentice State Farm Insurance Agency for all their help again this year for the 2013 Bicycle Safety Rodeo. Doug, Linda, Jennifer, and their team did an incredible job in making the rodeo a success with all their effort. This year, we had a presentation of our National Anthem by Pulaski Police Officer Shane Breitenbach. A special thanks goes out to the Officers of the Pulaski Police Department, the Police Cadets, as well as the help received from the surrounding departments and volunteers, which consisted of friends, staff, and family. Vehicles were on display by the Pulaski Fire Department and N.E.W. Rescue.

With roughly one hundred kids this year’s bike rodeo was a lot of fun. This year, we were able to give away ten bikes and over thirty-five gift cards for bikes to be purchased at Fleet Farm along with gift bags for everyone to take home. Kids were able to ride the safey course, grab a bite to eat, register their bike, check out the emergency vehicles, and meet the State Farm Bear!


2012 Shop With a Cop

Shop With a Cop 2012

Pulaski Police Department is honored to be a part of the Shop With a Cop Program.  On December 8th we were able to spread some Christmas cheer to 13 awesome kids from the elementary schools in Pulaski Community School District as well as ABVM School.  Our day started at 7:00 AM as the kids arrived and were introduced to the police officer they would be shopping with.  We then had a visit from Santa Claus and his “little” silent helper, Hecky the Elf.  We then boarded the Raider Red motor-coach bus of Woody’s Wheels who transported the group to McDonald’s were breakfast was provided for everyone.   It was then back on the bus and Woody’s Wheels transported us to Shopko in Suamico where the kids shopped for family members and had their picture taken by a professional photographer, Mark Hawkins, owner of MPH Photography.  It was then back to Pulaski where Officers and kids, and helpers from New Life Community Church wrapped their presents.  Kids enjoyed some hot chocolate and rolls while listening to Christmas carols.  It was a great morning for everyone that was fortunate to be a part of it.

I wish to thank Officer Tinlin for all his hard work behind the scenes organizing the event and contacting the parents of the selected shoppers.  I thank Jill Coppersmith and her staff at McDonald’s for their hospitality and fast service as they make us all feel so welcome for breakfast.  Allen Wood, of Woody’s Wheels, has provided us free transportation for the last several years and we are so thankful for his donation of time and service to this program.  Mel Lightner and Mark Heck have the ability to light up a room with their love for children and I thank them for getting up so early and greeting the kids.  Special thanks to New Life Community Church for the volunteers that arrived to help wrap the multitudes of presents of all sizes and odd shapes.

We are so appreciative of all the corporate sponsors of the Shop With a Cop Program and for all the donations that so many of you have given.  I am so proud to say that 100% of the money goes to the kids for this program and that is truly amazing.  Finally I wish to thank our officers for sacrificing their time to come and brighten the day and Christmas season for a youngster in need of the Christmas cheer.  We truly would not have much of a program without the officers.  We were fortunate to have a Trooper from the Wisconsin State Patrol as well as four Deputies from Shawano County Sheriff’s Department; a couple of them, including Officer Cindy Voigt, worked the night shift prior and stayed up all morning to be a part of the program.  What a blessing it is to see that kind of camaraderie  being shared and enjoyed by all.

The 2012 Shop With a Cop marks the final year Officer Donnie Trojan will be joining us.  Donnie is officially retiring December 31st after 33 years of service to the Village of Pulaski.  Donnie has always enjoyed Shop with a Cop and he was even caught playing Red Light – Green Light with the kids, of which he lost by the way!  We will truly miss Officer Trojan and wish him all the best in his retirement.

On behalf of the Pulaski Police Department, I wish you all a very, happy and safe, Merry Christmas.  Luke 2:10

Randal S. Dunford



Community Alert: Beginning of New School Year

Please remember: The new School year is here! Watch for pedestrians and bicycles!

Also, note the locations of the new 4-way stop signs!! They are:

W. Green Bay & Lincoln
W. Green Bay & Johnson
Front & Lincoln
Front & Johnson


Pulaski Fireworks Reminder: Fireworks season is here!

Please remember that fireworks, other than those prohibited by the laws of the State of Wisconsin, may be used and displayed in open fields, parks, rivers, lakes and ponds by public authorities, fair associations, amusement parks, park boards, civic organizations and other groups of individuals when a permit for such display has been granted by the Village President.

Click here to view the full Village of Pulaski Fireworks Ordinance!


Jerry Parin's Cruise for Cancer

Click here to view the Event Slideshow!!

On June 9th the Jerry Parin’s Cancer Ride stopped in Pulaski at approximately noon at the Tri-County Fire Department.

Jerry is a former Green Bay police officer, and retired as the longtime Director of Security for the Green Bay Packers.  Jerry is also a cancer survivor.  Jerry’s cancer rides are one of the largest benefit rides in the county. 

The Route was: from Hwy 32 north traveling east on E. Pulaski Street to Wisconsin Avenue and to the Fire Department. 

Booyah and polish food were available along with a makeup of our local polka playing band members entertaining the folks. 

Packer players were there and signing autographs.  Pulaski’s own Richard Styczynski (Crossing Guard, VFW Director) auctioned off some awesome Packer memorabilia as well as other gift items.

Click here to view the Event Slideshow!!


Pot Bracelet Seen in Wisconsin

The marijuana pot bowl bracelets are easy to make and found all across central Florida. School officials in both private and public schools were warned about the marijuana bracelets and students. We now know that these have been seen in Eau Claire. We are making our staff aware of this item and to keep a look out for it (visits, property, etc.).

pot bracelet


PPDPulaski Emergency Services 911Fire Dept.

Contact Information Form

The Pulaski Police Department and Tri-County Fire Department is currently updating their Emergency Contacts List for all the businesses located within the village. It is their desire to meet the needs of every business within the jurisdiction and have up to date information in the event that they need to contact you after hours. Please take a moment and review the 911 Contact form in the left margin under forms. Please feel free to contact either department with any concerns, needs or if there is anything they can do for you in the future.


Body Armor Donated to Raider

Pulaski Police Department’s Narcotic Canine, RAIDER, is now safer while he works to rid our community of drugs thanks to a donation provided by a Fox Valley resident.  Erica Alderson, of Appleton, donated a bullet and stab resistant vest specifically designed for police canine.

Erica donated the entire $850.00 for the protective vest and requested specifically that the canine body armor go to Raider in Pulaski. Erica stated that she remembers the sick feeling she got while watching news reports about the recent shooting tragedy in Fond du Lac.  An officer investigating a sexual assault complaint was severely injured when he was shot and his K-9 partner was shot while sitting in the backseat of his squad car parked outside.  An officer responding to assist the injured officer was fatally shot when he exited his squad car.  Erica said she learned about the Wisconsin Vest-A-Dog Program and knew she had to donate to the program when she went to the Web-site and saw a picture of Raider.  “I knew that was the dog I wanted a vest to go to” said Erica.  “I have a relative with a similar dog, and Raider just touched me in special way.”

Raider’s Handler, Officer Jim Tinlin, said that originally they had not considered a vest for Raider because he is specifically a Narcotics dog.  Officers always make sure the scene is safe before allowing Raider in to work it.  After the Fond du Lac incident in which police canine, Grendel, was shot while just sitting in the squad car forced the police department to reconsider those views and assumptions.  “I am extremely grateful to Ms. Alderson for her willingness to come forward and donate the money for Raiders body armor”, Officer Tinlin said. Officer Tinlin and Raider had the opportunity recently to meet Erica and say thank you in person.

Raider has been with the Police Department for two years.  Raider was brought to Pulaski through the efforts of a fund drive organized through the Pulaski Community School District.  Donations for the “Raider K-9 Fund” are appreciated and accepted through the PACE Program.

To learn more about the Wisconsin-Vest-A-Dog Program, visit the website at and consider donating to this excellent program.


bicyclebear2011 Tenth Annual Bicycle Safety Rodeo

Pulaski Police Department and State Farm Insurance would like to thank everyone who helped out with the 2011 Bike Rodeo. Between donating money, time and supplies, the bike rodeo was a huge success. It is with our greatest appreciation to everyone that we want to give you a big THANK YOU!

Check out the pictures.

BayTek Games Donates to Pulaski Police Department

The Pulaski Police Department wishes to thank Bay Tek Games for their generous donation of $2500.00 to the police department to be used for safety equipment for our officers.  Larry Treankler contacted us shortly after the tragedy in Fond du Lac where an Officer was gunned down responding to a “shots fired officer down” call.  The initial officer responded to a sexual assault complaint at approximately 6:30 am and had no idea that the assailant was still in the home.  The Officer was wounded and the assailant fired two rounds into the rear door of his K-9 squad, with a high powered rifle, injuring the police patrol dog.   Officer Craig Birkholtz was responding to assist and was gunned down as he exited his squad in a parking lot across the street.  On a plaque presented to the officers it reads:

Bay Tek Games appreciates the Pulaski Police Officers and their families for their commitment and sacrifice to our community”

We have already started the training process of trying to learn from this tragic event.  Many of you might have recently seen the Multi-Jurisdictional armored S.W.A.T. vehicle in the driveway of the police department last Monday.  Officers reviewed abilities of the vehicle and how we can utilize it in ways to keep our officers safe in a variety of different scenarios.  We plan on using the grant from Bay Tek Games to enhance our weapons training and add to our ballistic equipment.

Once again we thank you Bay Tek Games for your commitment to Pulaski by your financial support to help us do a better job of protecting the citizens we serve.  We also thank you for your public support of the officers that serve in this community every day.   Pulaski can be very proud of the men and women that work on their police force and wear the uniform representing this Village.  We have our motto on the side of our squads which state: “Serving our Community with Pride”, I know that every officer here wants to do their very best at making Pulaski a safe community and a great place to live and work.  Please continue to pray for the men and women who are on the front line and called upon to confront the ugly evil that creeps into our society.

Med Return Box now in Pulaski

Med Return Box now in PulaskiMCL Industries Inc. and Baytek Games Inc. have graciously donated a Med Return Box to Pulaski’s Police Department for the purpose of keeping our Pulaski Village Residents safe from unused drugs.  “The Med Return Box contents will be taken to Brown County to be incinerated,” said Pulaski Police Chief Dunford.

Residents can drop off old medications such as prescriptions, over the counter medications, vitamins, samples, medications for pets, ointments, lotions, liquid medications in glass or leak proof containers. The medications that are not accepted are needles (sharps), thermometers, bloody or infectious waste, medications from businesses or clinics, hydrogen peroxide, aerosol cans, and inhalers.
Allen Buchholz with Med Return, built the Med Return Box. Pulaski was one of the first to get a design put on the box. “Smaller towns are starting to get Med Return Boxes to help deal with expired medications,” said Buchholz.

Gary Lofquist with MCL Industries Inc. thought of the idea when he found old pet medications and didn’t know what to do with them. Mr. Lofquist knew flushing medications down the drain would be unsafe. Proper disposal of medications are important to the environment, pets, wildlife, and our children.

We encourage you to use the Med Return Box. It is located at the Pulaski Village Hall 421 S. St. Augustine Street, Pulaski.


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