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Clintonville
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Clintonville Police Department
35 S. Clinton
Clintonville, WI 54929

(715) 823-3117

Emergency: 911
clintonvillepd@frontiernet.net

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The following information is provided compliment of the Clintonville Police Department. Many hours were spent obtaining some of the information and preparing it for this page. We believe you will find this information not only useful, but you may even find it indispensable. If there is other information that you have been searching for and you are unable to find it on our web site, please contact us and let us know.

Domestic Abuse Shelters and Services

Outagamie County Domestic Abuse Program
Harbor House
401 South Elm Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-832-1666
920-832-1667
Regional Domestic Abuse Services, Inc.
PO Box 99
Neenah, WI 54957-0099
920-729-6395
920-235-5998
920-729-5727
Family Crisis Center
1616 West River Drive
Stevens Point, WI 54481
1-800-472-3377
715-343-7125
The Women's Community, Inc. - Domestic Abuse Program
PO Box 6215
Wausau, WI 54402-6215
715-842-8323
Crisis Intervention
PO Box 1752
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
920-929-3535

Family Center, Inc.
531 Tenth Avenue
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
715-421-1151

Family Violence Center, Inc
PO Box 13536
Green Bay, WI 54307
920-498-8282
Friends Aware of Violent Relationships (FAVR)
PO Box 1752
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
920-923-1700

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Victims of Crime

Crime Victim Rights

You have the right to have any recovered stolen or other personal property returned to you by law enforcement agencies as quickly as possible when it is no longer needed for evidence. You may contact Victim/Witness Assistance in the District Attorney's Office for further information.

You have the right to have restitution ordered by a court. It is important that you gather and keep accurate documentation about your losses.

You may provide statements concerning the sentencing, disposition or parole of the offender. Contact the Victim/Witness Coordinator in the District Attorney's Office for further information.

The Crime Victim Compensation Program may be available to help you pay for unreimbursed out-of-pocket expenses (such as, medical bills and lost wages) which directly result from the crime even if there is no arrest or conviction. It is not available for property damage or loss. You may contact the Wisconsin Department of Justice for more information.

Threats or Intimidation

If you are subject to threats or intimidation arising from your case and/or cooperation with law endorsement and prosecuting efforts relating to this crime, contact the Clintonville Police Department. If it is an emergency situation and you are in immediate danger, call 911.

Victim Assistance
Victim Services

If you would like more information on victim assistance and service agencies available in your local area, please contact the County Department of Health/Human Services.

Below are phone numbers and addresses of various agencies that may be able to assist you and/or answer questions you have about your case, rights, or services available.

Case Status

If you have questions about the status of your case, you can contact the law enforcement agency handling your case. They can provide you with basic information about any arrests which may have been made and/or the investigative status of the case.

If an ADULT person has been arrested and incarcerated in connection with this case, you may call the county jail to find out if the person has been released from jail.

If the case is referred to the District Attorney's Office for possible prosecution, the District Attorney's Office will try to contact you with additional information including if charges will be filed and your right to attend court proceedings and to discuss the case with the prosecutor. You may contact the district attorney's office for more information about your rights.

Cases involving JUVENILE offenders will be referred to a juvenile intake worker at the County Department of Health/Human Services. You may call the intake worker to find out if the juvenile has been released. The intake worker will try to contact you with additional information, including your right to discuss the case with the intake worker and to receive notices of court proceedings. You may contact the intake worker for more information about your rights.

If you would like general information about these and other rights that you have as a victim of crime or would like a complete list of Victim's Rights, please contact the District Attorney's Office.

Basic Information about the Wisconsin Crime Victim Compensation Program

Who is Eligible?

An innocent victim who suffers injury from a crime.
A dependent or legal representative of an innocent victim who has been killed as a result of a crime.
A person who is injured while aiding a crime victim or helping a police officer.
A person who suffers a reaction from the death of a family or household member.
Persons who are injured in automobile accidents caused by drunk drivers.

What Compensation May be Paid

Injury or death benefit up to $40,000.
Medical, hospital, surgical, pharmacy, and mental health expenses.
Lost wages.
Loss of support to dependents of victim.
Reasonable replacement value for property held as evidence or made unusable by lab testing.
Reasonable costs for securing and cleaning a crime scene up to $ 1,000.
Cost of homemaker services.
Funeral services up to $2,000.

* The victim must not have caused or contributed to the crime and must cooperate with law enforcement officials to be eligible. Other restrictions and eligibility requirements may apply.

Victim Assistance
Agency Contact Information

Waupaca County District Attorney
Victim/Witness Coordinator
Waupaca County Courthouse
811 Harding Street
Waupaca, Wisconsin 54981
715-258-6445

Waupaca County Health/Human Services
811 Harding Street
Waupaca, Wisconsin 54981
715-258-6300

Waupaca District Attorney
811 Harding Street
Waupaca, Wisconsin 54981
715-258-6444

Waupaca County Jail 715-258-4466

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Administration Numbers

Clintonville Police 715-823-3117 / EMERGENCY DIAL 911
Fire Department 715-823-7630 / EMERGENCY DIAL 911
Ambulance Garage 715-823-5967 / EMERGENCY DIAL 911
Police School Liaison 715-823-7215
Clintonville City Hall 715-823-7600
Clintonville Utility 715-823-7600
Park & Rec. 715-823-7660
Waste Water Plant 715-823-7675
Clintonville Airport 715-823-7690
Clintonville Library 715-823-4563
City Garage 715-823-7686
Public School 715-823-7215
Dellwood School 715-823-7215
Rexford/Longfellow 715-823-7215
St. Martins School 715-823-6538
St. Rose School 715-823-4360
Middle School 715-823-7215
Sr. High School 715-823-7215

Administrative Numbers for Waupaca County & Misc.

Clerk of Courts 715-258-6460
District Attorney 715-258-6444
County Treasurer 715-258-6220
Victim Witness 715-258-6445
Branch II Court 715-258-6425
Emergency Govt. 715-258-4464
Corporation Counsel 715-258-6446
Human Services 715-258-6300
Todd Wipperman 715-823-6824
Marion City Hall 715-754-2124
State Patrol Dist. 4 715-845-1143
Shawano Sheriff 715-526-3111 / 715-823-7905
Shawano Police 715-526-6117
Marion Police Dept. 715-754-5060
Waupaca Police 715-258-4400
New London P.D. 920-982-8505
Bear Creek Police 715-752-4508
Waupaca Sheriff 715-258-4466
Outagamie Sheriff 920-832-5000
Manawa Police 920-596-3390
Fremont Police 920-446-2441
Iola Police Dept. 715-445-3296
Probation/Parole 715-258-4620

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SCHOOL CLOSINGS DUE TO BAD WEATHER FOR
CLINTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
ST. MARTIN LUTHERAN SCHOOL
ST. ROSE SCHOOL

PLEASE TUNE IN THE FOLLOWING RADIO STATIONS:
WFCL 1380 AM/WJMQ 92.3 FM - CLINTONVILLE
WTCH 960 AM/99.3 FM - CLINTONVILLE
WIXX 101.1 FM/WGEE 1360 AM - GREEN BAY
WDUX 800 AM/92.7 FM - WAUPACA
OR TV STATIONS:
WLUK-TV CHANNEL 11
WFRV-TV CHANNEL 5
WBAY-TV CHANNEL 2
WGBA-TV CHANNEL 26/32

PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, RADIO STATIONS, SCHOOLS OR BUS GARAGE AS THEIR LINES MUST REMAIN OPEN TO RECEIVE EMERGENCY INFORMATION!!

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Police and Fire Commission

Roger Metzger, President
Curt Ignacio, Vice President
Rosalee Roloff, Secretaty
Bob Schuler
Jason Klein
Terry Lorge, ex-officio
Dean Poole, ex-officio

The Police & Fire Commission meet the Monday before the Second Tuesday at 4:00 PM at City Hall, 50 10th Street in Clintonville.

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