Tomah Police

​PATROL

First Shift - 6AM to 230PM
Desk: 608-374-7415

Officer Jarrod Furlano - #99 **
Desk: 608-374-7503

** Denotes Power Car (10AM to 630PM)
Second Shift - 2PM to 1030PM
Desk: 608-374-7504

Desk: 608-374-7502

Third Shift - 10PM to 630AM
Desk: 608-374-7500
Desk: 608-374-7505

Officer Rylan Corcoran - #81 **
Desk: 608-374-7501

** Denotes Power Car (7pM to 330AM)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

The Police Officer performs general duty police work con­nected with the maintenance of public safety through the enforcement of state and local laws.  Assigned duties are performed in accordance with departmental rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Specific instructions are received and the work is regularly checked, however a police officer is required to exercise initiative and judgment when faced with routine and emergency situations.  Work is performed under the direct supervision of a Sergeant or Lieutenant of Police.  A Patrol Officer may act as a shift supervisor as assigned.

TOMAH PD INVESTIGATIONS

Tomah Police Investigations

Monroe County Joint Investigation Task Force

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The Monroe County Sheriff's Office along with the Tomah Police Department and the Sparta Police Department created a Task Force designated to investigate narcotics. The Task Force called, "The Monroe County Joint Investigative Task Force" is comprised of one Investigator from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office, one from the Tomah Police Department and one from the Sparta Police Department. Their investigations have also included death investigations, missing persons cases and armed robberies within Monroe County.

​The Monroe County Joint Investigative Task Force was implemented in July of 2014 and is overseen by the Monroe County Sheriff, the Chief from the Tomah Police Department and the Chief from the Sparta Police Department who have designated a Lieutenant from the Sheriff's Office to supervise the Task Force. This makes information sharing with three Agencies about larger cases more efficient.
SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER
Officer Melanie Marshall is the current School Resource Officer for the Tomah Police Department and Tomah Area School District. She works Monday - Friday from 800AM to 400PM and has an Office at the Tomah High School. During the summer, Officer Marshall assists Patrol Officers with calls for service with a regular patrol schedule.
Officer Melanie Marshall

Work Phone: (608) 374-7414
School Phone: (608) 374-5610
E-Mail 1:  MMARSHALL@TOMAHPOLICE.COM
E-Mail 2:  MelanieMarshall@tomah.k12.wi.us

This program was started in the 2008 school year. Officer Marshall is the current S.R.O. and is directly involved with school activities. Officer Marshall has an office at the Tomah High School, but also serves the other schools in the City of Tomah. The Tomah High School has about 1500 students, serving grades 9 - 12.
Gang Resistance Education and Training

G.R.E.A.T. stands for Gang Resistance Education and Training. The G.R.E.A.T. program is mainly taught at Tomah Area Schools by Officer Melanie Marshall. Sergeant Pete Huneck assists by teaching when Officer Marshall is unable to do so. If you have any questions about the G.R.E.A.T. program, you can contact Officer Marshall at (608)374-7414 or Sergeant Huneck at (608)374-7408.
G.R.E.A.T. instruction focuses on providing life skills to students to help them avoid delinquent behavior and the use of violence to solve problems. The goal of G.R.E.A.T. is to help youth avoid gang membership, prevent violence and criminal activity, and develop a positive relationship with law enforcement.

The G.R.E.A.T. program is taught in twelve lessons. The lessons are as follows:  Lesson 1 – A Gang and Violence Prevention Program;  Lesson 2 – The Real Deal on Gangs and Violence;  Lesson 3 – Being part of the Community;  Lesson 4 – How to Set Goals;  Lesson 5 – Making the Right Choice;  Lesson 6 – How to Communicate Effectively;  Lesson 7 – Thinking of Others;  Lesson 8 – Some Ways of Refusing;  Lesson 9 – Dealing with Peers;  Lesson 10 – Managing Your Anger;  Lesson 11 – How to Calm Others;  Lesson 12 – How to Solve Conflicts.

The lessons are taught to sixth graders at the schools in the Tomah School District. The lessons are taught in way that makes the student an active participant in the program.  This technique increases student ownership because the students are actually constructing the strategies themselves.
This program is mainly taught by Officer Marshall and Sgt. Huneck teaches when Officer Marshall is unable to do so. If you have any questions about the program, you can contact Officer Marshall at (608) 374-7414 or Sgt. Huneck at (608) 374-7408.
SHIFT SUPERVISORS
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:

The Police Sergeant is responsible for the direct supervision of personnel and performs general duty police work. The Police Sergeant provides for the general day to day function and operation of the department. Duties are accomplished in accordance with and subject to department rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Lieutenants of Police.  Police Sergeants consults with superiors and subordinates to meet established department goals. Promote effective productivity through positive enforcement contacts and by encouraging teamwork to accomplish department goals.

Tomah PD K-9 Unit

K-9 Aron MoH Viktor, aka "Viktor"
Handler: Officer Adam Perkins

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Retired K-9's

  1. K-9 Sierra
    K-9 Sierra
    K-9 Sierra / Handler: Sgt. Chris Weaver Retired: October 5, 2009 End of Watch: October 27, 2011
  2. K-9 Jager
    K-9 Jager
    K-9 Jager / Handler: Officer Aaron Hintz Retired: January 31, 2016 End of Watch: March 5, 2017
Monroe County
Combined Tactical Unit

Monroe County
​Combined Tactical Unit

The Monroe County Combined Tactical Unit (CTU) is a Multi-Jurisdictional SWAT Team staffed by members of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, Sparta Police Department, Tomah Police Department and Wisconsin State Patrol.  The member agencies have entered into an agreement to staff the team in this manner to allow for the most efficient use of each department’s resources.
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Field Training

TEST

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Community Relations
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