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Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Employment Opportunity - School Crossing Guard

The Sheboygan Falls Police Department is seeking a mature individual over 18 years of age for Crossing Guard positions (Non-Sworn) within the City of Sheboygan Falls. Crossing Guards are an extension of the Police Department, utilized to promote a safe environment for students walking to school in the morning and from school in the afternoon. Crossing Guards work on all days that school is in session from early September to early June.

The hours for the position are as follows:
Monday morning – Friday morning 7:15 to 7:55 am.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday afternoon 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Wednesday afternoon 1:55 pm to 2:25 pm.

Crossing Guards receive one hour of pay in the morning and one hour of pay for the afternoon assignments. The current wage is $12.98 per hour, $259.60 bi-weekly.

If interested, applications can be obtained at the Sheboygan Falls Police Department or on-line at https://www.cityofsheboyganfalls.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Employment-Application.pdf

Completed applications must be received by August 20, 2021.

If offered a position, the candidate must successfully pass a background investigation prior to appointment.
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Yesterday, Eric Miller was sworn in as the Chief of Police for the City of Sheboygan Falls. Chief Miller comes to us from the Bayside Police Department where he served as a Lieutenant. He holds a masters degree from Columbia Southern University and is an FBI National Academy graduate.
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
The Sheboygan Falls Police Department has been investigating several vehicle entries within the city, resulting in the theft of valuable property.

Below are some reminders on how to prevent yourself from falling victim to theft and having someone enter your vehicle:

1. First and foremost LOCK YOUR VEHICLE!
2. Never leave your vehicle running unattended, even for a split second.
3. Do no leave a spare key around or inside of our vehicle.
4. Never leave windows down or cracked.
5. Park in well-lit area at night.
6. Pay attention to your surroundings.
7. Do not leave personal valuables or electronics in plain view (GPS, Cell phone, tablets, etc.)

Anyone with any information regarding the thefts are asked to contact the department.
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Sheboygan Falls Police Department
Road Construction: Work will begin today installing a new water main relay on Maple Street. Motorists should expect delays in the area of the Post Office.

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