Officer Luke Courtier Officer Josh Aquino Officer Jared Henderson Officer Shawn Guetschow Officer Nikki Megerle Officer Andy Hernandez Officer Brittany Meronek Officer John Diaz
Kenosha Rotary Safety Center 5716 14th avenue Kenosha, WI 53140
Who We Are
The Kenosha Police Department Cadet Unit #67 is an affiliate of the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Education Advocates Association (WLEEA). It is a program designed for young men and women, between the ages of 14 & 21, who are interested in law enforcement. Cadet Unit #67, which is sponsored by the Kenosha Police Department, helps to educate its members by giving them working knowledge of procedures, duties and concepts of law enforcement. The program helps youths to develop self-esteem, leadership qualities, teamwork, professionalism, responsibility, and good work ethics as well as facilitate and strengthen relations between police and the community.
Come Join Us!
What We Do The Kenosha Police Cadet Unit #67 provides educational training for young adults on the purposes, mission, and objectives of law enforcement. The program provides career orientation experiences, leadership opportunities, and community service activities. The primary goals of the program are to help young adults choose a career path within law enforcement and to challenge them to become responsible citizens of their communities.
Training Opportunities *Law enforcement demonstrations from various units including the bomb squad, canine unit, crime scene unit, SWAT team, etc. Classroom simulations
*State and nationwide conferences with other cadet posts, police agencies, and federal agencies
*Ride-Along Program. The Ride-Along Program allows the Cadet a first-hand look at law enforcement work and is used to supplement classroom training.
In order to participate in this program, the Cadet must be at least 16 years old, show good moral character, have good attendance, and must receive parental permission.
How to Become a Cadet
The Kenosha Police Department Cadet Unit #67 invites anyone between the ages of 14 and 21, who is interested in law enforcement, to come and learn more about the program.
> Complete an application > Maintain at least a “C” average in all schoolwork through the 12th grade > Have no arrests or convictions > Maintain a good moral character > Pass a background investigation > Demonstrate a willingness to serve and participate in Cadet activities
The Cadets are representatives of the Kenosha Police Department and must conduct their private and professional lives in such a manner as to avoid adverse reflection on the unit and/or the Kenosha Police Department.
Meetings Meetings are held at the Safety Center, located at 5716 14th Avenue. Meetings take place from 6pm-8pm every Tuesday.
For more information email Officer Courtier: LJC661@kenoshapolice.com “Like” us on Facebook!
Cadet Unit #67 chose their unit number from Fond Du Lac Police Officer Craig Birkholz #67. Officer Birkholz was a cadet, with what was then called the Kenosha Police Explorer Program, and was tragically shot and killed in the line of duty on March 20th, 2011.