Jackson County Wisconsin Sheriff's Office

Jackson County Wisconsin Sheriff's Office This is the official page of the Jackson County Sheriff's Office. The page is not monitored 24/7. If you have an emergency call 911.
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We’re glad you found Jackson County Sheriff's Office page. We welcome you and look forward to your comments and contributions. We want this site to be enjoyable, informative and accessible to all ages. The privacy and integrity of all who visit here are important to us. We ask that each participant here adhere to the following rules. 1.Any posts violating the Facebook Content Code of Conduct such as inappropriate language or images, will be removed. 2.We will remove any posts that are libelous, damagingly misrepresent or are simply attacking in nature. 3.We reserve the right to remove any post at any time, for any reason. 4.We appreciate positive feedback about our employees. If, however, we let you down in some way, please respect the privacy of any individuals or groups involved and contact us directly to discuss your experience rather than posting it here. You can reach us through e-mail at [email protected] or 715-284-9009. 5.This page is not the proper forum to include any personal data such as account numbers, phone numbers or other information. Please contact us directly to discuss specific details on your account. We want to protect your privacy and will remove any posts determined by us to contain private or confidential information. 6.Our Jackson County Sheriff's Office Page is designed to communicate information to our community and share information about events, programs and services. We also hope to involve our citizens in conversations on various topics. Participation is encouraged. However, this page is not a place to advertise products, companies and services of third parties not related to or approved by Jackson County Sheriff's Office.

Mission: The mission of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is to communicate and work with the community to maintain a safe environment, prevent crime and enforce laws.

02/11/2020
Be Careful What You Share Online (Sextortion 60 Second PSA)

Today is Safer Internet Day, and a good opportunity to talk to your children about how to navigate through their cyber environments in a safe and responsible way. If you need tips on how to approach this sensitive topic, the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) website has very good resources on cyber bullying, online gaming, and predatory behavior.

https://www.icactaskforce.org/Pages/InternetSafety.aspx

Are you sure you know who you're talking to online? If someone demands sexual images from you, stop immediately and report it. In this PSA, the Department of...

Date: 02/02/20Subject: K9 Locates Person at Risk_________________________________________________On February 1st, 2020, ...
02/03/2020

Date: 02/02/20

Subject: K9 Locates Person at Risk

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On February 1st, 2020, at about 5:32 PM, the Sparta Police Department requested the assistance of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office with locating a person at risk. Deputy Dana Schlicht and her K9 Gunner responded to the scene.

As the night fell and temperatures dropped, the K9 team deployed to an open area. After establishing a track of the person at risk, the K9 team located the subject in an area of thick woods. Emergency medical staff were on scene to evaluate and begin treatment of the person.

The Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to providing canine services to our community and those that surround us. The K9 teams operated by the Sheriff’s Office specialize in illicit drug detection, criminal apprehension, bomb/explosive detection, and locating people at risk.

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01/27/2020

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01/21/2020

*******UPDATE*******The phone line to dispatch has been repaired. You are now able to dial 715-284-5357 and follow the prompts.

We are currently experiencing system issues. If you are unable to get through on our non emergency number please dial 715-284-2400 to reach our dispatch center.

Black River Falls man arrested on suspicion of 8th OWI offense
01/21/2020
Black River Falls man arrested on suspicion of 8th OWI offense

Black River Falls man arrested on suspicion of 8th OWI offense

TOWN OF BROCKWAY, Wis. (WKBT)- A Black River Falls man is arrested on suspicion of his 8th Operating While Intoxicated offense. A Jackson County Sheriff’s deputy conducted a traffic stop Friday at about 6:42 p.m. in the Town of Brockway. The deputy smelled an odor of intoxicants coming from the dr...

Happy Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.To those special individuals who put on the duty belt at the beginning of every s...
01/09/2020

Happy Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

To those special individuals who put on the duty belt at the beginning of every shift, bearing not only its weight but also the weight of scrutiny, of judgement, and of the magnitude of responsibility in your hands: we thank you, today and every day.

To our community: you also deserve thanks for your unfailing support of all of our men and women in law enforcement. Having you behind us means the world.

On December 3rd, 2019, at about 1:26 AM, the Millston Cenex gas station was burglarized.  The three suspects were viewed...
01/02/2020

On December 3rd, 2019, at about 1:26 AM, the Millston Cenex gas station was burglarized. The three suspects were viewed on surveillance inside the store. The suspect vehicle was a Ford Expedition suv, blue in color, with brown/tan trim. If anyone has any information that would assist in this investigation, please contact the Sheriff's Office at (715) 284-9009.

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. We hope your day is filled with f...
12/25/2019

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. We hope your day is filled with food, family, and friends.

Model: Gunner

12/25/2019
Grinch in Jackson County

Sheriff Waldera and the entire command staff at the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas. A special thanks to our staff and their families for working hard in keeping our community safe this holiday season.

Dispatcher 1- M. Payne
Dispatcher 2- S. Wruck
Audio- Dispatcher C. Wruck
137- Deputy Kozelek
148- Deputy Thorson
Photograph- Deputy K. Gillett

Tuesday evening Captain Adam Olson and Sergeant Stan Edington participated in the gift wrapping at Jackson Electric for ...
12/12/2019

Tuesday evening Captain Adam Olson and Sergeant Stan Edington participated in the gift wrapping at Jackson Electric for Project Christmas. We are very fortunate to give back to the community and help bring smiles and hope to families and children in need.

Whether it’s caused by alcohol, legal or illegal drugs, impaired drivers endanger everyone. To make roadways safer for a...
12/09/2019

Whether it’s caused by alcohol, legal or illegal drugs, impaired drivers endanger everyone. To make roadways safer for all travelers, law enforcement agencies across Wisconsin are watching for impaired drivers as part of the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” holiday campaign now through New Year’s Day.

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Chicken Q at Theisen's this past Friday or donated baked goods to the cause! T...
11/26/2019

Thank you to everyone who came out to the Chicken Q at Theisen's this past Friday or donated baked goods to the cause! This event continues to contribute significantly to the cost of maintaining a successful K9 unit here at the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, and we have our wonderful community to thank for that, as well as the dedicated efforts of Deputy Dana Schlicht (pictured here with her K9 partner, Gunner), who organizes this event every year.

We would also like to recognize Theisen's and Rooster Andy's, who were a pleasure to work with as always, and helped keep everything running smoothly.

We look forward to seeing you all again next year! Thanks again for all your support, and good luck to all of our hunters this week. 🦌

In August the Jackson County Sheriff's Office along with the Black River Falls Police Department participated in Nationa...
11/21/2019

In August the Jackson County Sheriff's Office along with the Black River Falls Police Department participated in National Night Out (natw.org). Funds raised from the sale of concessions were donated to the Jackson County Animal Shelter Building Project. We recently presented the donation amount of $450.00 to Barb Pfaff at the Jackson County Animal Shelter.

11/18/2019

*******UPDATE******** US CELLULAR 911 SERVICE HAS BEEN RESTORED******US Cellular has advised us that they are experiencing a 911 outage in our county. Our non-emergency is 715-284-5357.

We will update you when more information becomes available.

On Thursday, November 14th students at Lincoln Elementary had their first BUZZ award celebration (BUZZ awards are earned...
11/15/2019

On Thursday, November 14th students at Lincoln Elementary had their first BUZZ award celebration (BUZZ awards are earned from going above and beyond our basic school-wide expectations). They partnered with Deputy Nosbisch, our School Resource Officer, to put on this event. Students learned how important it is to take responsibility for their actions and how "honesty is always the best policy". Students finished with a fun stop and go light snack sponsored by the Alma Center and Merrillan Lion's Club. Thanks to all who were involved!

Please remember Wisconsin law requires drivers to shift lanes or slow down in order to provide a "safety zone" for a squ...
11/14/2019

Please remember Wisconsin law requires drivers to shift lanes or slow down in order to provide a "safety zone" for a squad car, ambulance, fire truck, tow truck, utility vehicle, or highway maintenance vehicle that is stopped on the side of a road with its warning lights flashing.

Yesterday afternoon while parked assisting a disabled vehicle on Interstate 94 one of our deputies squads, occupied by a deputy, was rear ended. Luckily no serious injuries resulted from this preventable crash. This is just another example of why, per Wisconsin law, you should MOVE OVER or SLOW DOWN If you see a stopped emergency or maintenance vehicle with its emergency lights flashing on the side of the roadway. Failure of motorists to move over is one of the reasons that motor vehicle crashes kill more law enforcement officers on duty than any other cause.

It is no coincidence that many of the brave men and women who choose to work in law enforcement have also demonstrated t...
11/11/2019

It is no coincidence that many of the brave men and women who choose to work in law enforcement have also demonstrated their heroism in service of the United States Military. Today, we would like to recognize their service and remind them of our appreciation.

To our veterans: thank you for the sacrifices you've made for our country and the ones you continue to make for the safety and security of our communities. 🇺🇸

At least for now winter weather is upon us! We have had numerous calls already this morning regarding vehicles either in...
11/06/2019

At least for now winter weather is upon us! We have had numerous calls already this morning regarding vehicles either in the ditch or accidents. Please use CAUTION when driving in winter weather, allow plenty of space between you and vehicles in front of you, slow down and allow extra time to reach your destination.

We are honored to have been able to participate in this great community Halloween event. Thank you to all involved in ma...
11/01/2019

We are honored to have been able to participate in this great community Halloween event. Thank you to all involved in making the Black River Falls Trunk or Treat event a success. We truly enjoyed ourselves and are happy to have had a safe trick or treating experience for area Trick or Treaters.

10/28/2019
A Tribute for First Responders

October 28th is National First Responder Day. We'd like to take a moment to honor the brave men and women who serve the Jackson County Sheriff's Office and our community's other law enforcement agencies, as well as our local volunteer firefighters and EMS workers. The bravery and selflessness you display on a daily basis is both humbling and inspiring. We want you to know that your sacrifices do not go unnoticed or unappreciated, and that your community supports you, always.

Thank a first responder today.

This video is dedicated to all First Responders. PTSD affects us all at some point. Photos used with permission from DanSun Check out his photos and his page...

On Friday, October 18, 2019 Western Technical College - Sparta held their Law Enforcement Academy Graduation at the WTC ...
10/21/2019

On Friday, October 18, 2019 Western Technical College - Sparta held their Law Enforcement Academy Graduation at the WTC Public Safety Training Facility. We would like to welcome Deputy Daniel Oates as an LTE Deputy with our Agency. Congratulations Dan!

***UPDATE***The subject below has been identified.  Thank you for your help!Help identifyThe Sheriff's Office is looking...
10/17/2019

***UPDATE***
The subject below has been identified. Thank you for your help!

Help identify

The Sheriff's Office is looking for your help with a theft investigation. If anyone knows the person of interest in the photo below, please message or call us. Thank you for the help.

UPDATE: Mr. Casper has been located. Please disregard. *****MISSING PERSON*****Attached is a current photo of Ronald (Ro...
10/10/2019

UPDATE: Mr. Casper has been located. Please disregard.



*****MISSING PERSON*****Attached is a current photo of Ronald (Ron) Casper. He left his home on N Sechlerville Rd in the Town of Hixton at approximately 6:30 AM this morning wearing a dark colored coat, grey Green Bay Packer shirt, jeans, and boots. He left his eye glasses and hearing aids behind . He is diagnosed with Dementia He is pushing a walker with him. Family has been searching for him but have now asked for assistance from the Jackson County Sheriff's Office. If you see Mr. Casper or know his whereabouts, please contact the Jackson County Sheriff's Office at 715-284-5357

*Update* 10/17/2019  The two suspects have been identified.  Thank you for your help.Help to Identify:We are looking for...
10/03/2019

*Update* 10/17/2019

The two suspects have been identified. Thank you for your help.

Help to Identify:

We are looking for the public's help in identifying the two people in the pictures below. They are people of interest in a Theft/Criminal Damage to Property case. If anyone knows who they are, please contact the Sheriff's Office via FB or at (715) 284-9009. Thank you.

09/24/2019

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30 N 3rd St
Black River Falls, WI
54615

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