Useful Links

WILENET – WILENET is administered by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, Training and Standards Bureau. It provides information regarding law enforcement employment, standards, and training to the general public. Within the password protected area it provides additional information to Wisconsin law enforcement agencies and personnel.
Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association (WCPA) – The Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association and its educational foundation, the Wisconsin Police Leadership Foundation (WPLF), provide professional training and legislative support for over 400 Wisconsin police chiefs.
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group (WILEAG) – WILEAG’s primary mission is to offer a voluntary and affordable method of achieving professionalism through the accreditation of law enforcement agencies and to assist those agencies to better serve their communities. Accredited agencies demonstrate compliance with applicable standards covering all aspects of law enforcement administration and operations.
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial – The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial’s mission is to remember and honor Wisconsin law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Officers’ Association (WLEOA) – The WLEOA is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, non-profit corporation chartered by the State of Wisconsin. Membership in the WLEOA is open to all full time law enforcement officers, deputies, agents or other in the State of Wisconsin as approved by the Board of Directors.
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Death Response (LEDR) – The LEDR Team is trained to assist with the details that surround the death of a law enforcement employee, including on-duty, off-duty and suicide. The LEDR Team works in cooperation with organizations such as WI Concerns of Police Survivors, WI Law Enforcement Memorial board and WI Honor Guard Association. 
Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) – Since the Wisconsin Professional Police Association (WPPA) began serving the needs of law enforcement personnel statewide in 1932, we have developed expertise in employment relations, collective bargaining, legislative lobbying, and legal assistance for law enforcement personnel and currently serving over 10,000 active and retired members.
Wisconsin Field Training Officers Association (WFTOA) – The Wisconsin Field Training Officers Association, is an educational and professional association concerned with apprenticeship training (commonly known to as the Field Training Officer concept) for Law Enforcement, Communications, and Corrections personnel. Educators, Administrators and other Criminal Justice practitioners are also encouraged to participate.
Wisconsin Correctional Association (WCA) – The Wisconsin Correctional Association provides a focal point for the identification of interests
and concerns of corrections as part of the criminal justice system. The WCA facilitates active participation in professional development for those employed or interested in corrections throughout Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Jail Association (WJA) – The Wisconsin Jail Association bring together all concerned with or interested in the custody and care of persons awaiting trial, serving sentences, or otherwise locally confined; to improve the conditions and systems under which persons are detained. The WJA also works to advance professionalism through training, information exchange, technical assistance, publications, and conferences.
Wisconsin Honor Guard Association (WHGA) – Through the cooperative effort of dedicated, well-trained law enforcement honor guard personnel across the state, the Wisconsin Honor Guard Association will ensure fallen law enforcement officers receive appropriate recognition for their service by helping to standardize honor guard protocols and practices by providing training, educational materials, and direct assistance to law enforcement agencies.
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association (WLEA) – The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Association (WLEA) was established in 2005 when it successfully broke away from AFSCME and became the certified bargaining agent for the then Law Enforcement Bargaining Unit.  Today, the WLEA represents Wisconsin State Patrol Troopers and Inspectors in the Public Safety Bargaining Unit of the State of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin County Police Association – The County Law Enforcement Professionals of Wisconsin has a 71-year history of advancing the interests of county law enforcement professionals through charitable contributions, educational opportunities, and legislative advocacy. 
Wisconsin Law Enforcement Canine Handler Association (WLECHA) – The Wisconsin Law Enforcement Canine Handler Association is dedicated to assisting police canines from all over the State. Each year WLECHA provides training grants to agencies and hosts the annual working conference. Our conference provides essential training to handlers and their canine partners, building skills needed to keep Wisconsin a safer place to live, work, and visit.
Wisconsin Sheriff’s and Deputy Sheriff’s Association (WS&DSA) – The Wisconsin Sheriffs & Deputy Sheriffs Association (WS&DSA) was started in 1945 to create a community between the Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs, and Jail Officers in Wisconsin with the shared goal of promoting better public welfare. The Association continues to facilitate law enforcement, prevent crime, apprehend criminals, and protect life and property of the citizens of Wisconsin.

If you are part of an active Wisconsin based law enforcement association that is not listed, please provide us with contact information.