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Carlista Lund and Camille Bonneville Chosen To Attend The 2017 FBINAA Youth Leadership Program

Carlista Lund is the daughter of Scott and Aimee Lund. Scott is a graduate of the 230th Session and a Captain with the Fox Valley Metro Police Department. Carlista is currently a sophomore at Kimberly High School in Kimberly.

Carlista’s cumulative GPA is a 4.1619. Carlista is an outstanding representative of her school, where she participates in theatre productions and is an active member of DECA, the Key Club, and a teen leadership program. She is also very active in various local community programs and events.

Camille Bonneville is the daughter of Larry and Kim Bonneville. Larry is a graduate of the 193rd Session and the Lieutenant of Investigative Services with the City of Menasha Police Department. Camille is currently a sophomore, attending St. Francis Xavier High School in Appleton.

Camille’s cumulative GPA is 3.952. She has taken several honors courses and higher level world language courses. Camille is an outstanding representative of her school, where she serves as a class officer and is a member of the Xavier Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Camille is also member of the varsity tennis team, the JV soccer team, and the orchestra. Camille is also a very active member of her church and the community.

Congratulations to Carlista, Camille, and their parents. Enjoy the YLP experience!

Chapter Chat - April, 2017


Chief Robert J. Rosch Chief Robert J. Rosch, 192nd Session, began his career with the Hartland, Wisconsin Police Department in 1984. Prior to that he served in the United States Air Force and was also served as a corrections officer in the Waukesha County Jail. He was also a member of the SWAT team and an instructor at Waukesha County Technical College.

Bob was promoted to Lieutenant and attended the 192nd session of the FBI Academy in 1998. In 2000 he was promoted to Chief of Police. During his tenure as Chief he served as the President of the WI Chiefs of Police Association (WCPA), the Waukesha County Chief's Association, the WI Chapter of the FBI National Academy Associates (WIFBINAA), and the Waukesha County Suburban Mutual Aid Response Team board. Bob was instrumental in attaining Wisconsin Law Enforcement Group (WILEAG) accreditation for the Hartland Police Department as well. On March 17, 2017 he retired following more than 33 years of dedicated service.

Chief Michael S. Bagin Chief Michael S. Bagin, 232nd Session, began his career with the Hartland, Wisconsin Police Department in 1986. He was a bike safety officer and DARE instructor for several years.

During his career, Mike was promoted through the ranks, serving as Lieutenant, Captain, and Deputy Chief.

On March 17, 2017 following more than 30 years of service, Mike was promoted to Chief of the Hartland Police Department. He is a graduate of the 232nd session of the FBI National Academy and serve as the incoming president of the WI Chapter of the FBI NAA beginning June 1, 2017.

In addition to his duties at Hartland PD, Mike is an instructor at Waukesha County Technical College.

Director of Public Safety Steve Riffel Director of Public Safety Steve Riffel, 211th Session, can safely say he was involved in policing in some capacity, for the past 39 years.

Steve began his career as a charter member of the City of West Bend Police Department Explorers (1978-1983); served as an US Air Force Security Police K9 handler (1983-1987); was a Police Officer for the Village of Kewaskum (1987-1988); served in a variety of positions at West Bend Police Department (1987-1997); was appointed Captain of the City of Sheboygan Falls PD in 1997, Chief in 2003, and Director of Public Safety (police & fire) in 2004. This year marks 30 years as a civilian law enforcement officer. Steve said he has been very fortunate to have served great communities with great fellow employees.

Steve is also an active member of the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association (WCPA) and a past president of the WCPA.

Steve’s official retirement date is June 2nd, 2017 – which marks his 20 year anniversary of working for the City of Sheboygan Falls. Due to some remaining benefit days his last day on the job will be May 25th.

Captain Larry Zimney, 255th Session. Captain Larry Zimney, of the Manitowoc Police Department will be retiring June 2nd, 2017, after 29 ˝ years of service with the Manitowoc, Wisconsin Police Department.

Captain Zimney began his career in 1988 and was assigned to the third shift. In 1994 he became a certified DARE Officer and taught the DARE program for three years in elementary schools before being promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 1997.

As a Sgt., he worked both first and third shifts until being promoted to Acting Lieutenant in April of 2008, where he served on second shift. In August of 2008, he was promoted to Captain and remained on second shift until January of 2010, when he moved to third shift as the Captain. In April of 2012, he became the Captain on first shift.

Captain Zimney is a member of the Department’s Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team and Peer Support Team. He is also co-coordinator of the Manitowoc Police Department’s Gang Task Force. He also served as the Departments K-9 coordinator for two years. For the past two years, Larry has served as the Department’s Public Information Officer, where he dealt regularly with the news media and handled social media accounts (Facebook and Twitter) for the Manitowoc PD.

In 2014, Larry attended the 255th Session of the FBI National Academy along with 219 other officers from across the country and around the world. This was indeed the highlight of his career and he maintains many friendships with classmates and fellow graduates to this day.