Chippewa Falls PD employee honored at Appleton law enforcement conference

CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) -- The Law Enforcement Administrative Professional Conference has honored an employee of the Chippewa Falls Police Department.

On Friday morning, Julie Johnholtz was recognized as the 2014 Law Enforcement Administrative Professional of the Year. She was recognized at the conference in Appleton. Police Chief Wendy Stelter says Johnholtz is always concerned about serving the needs of the community, and her co-workers. Stelter went on to say that she "could not have made it through 2013 with such success" without Johnholtz's help. She has been Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police for 30 years.

This is the seventh year for the award. Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton started it. It's website says the award recognizes administrative professionals' community outreach and volunteer work, and other work projects or efforts.
CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (CHIPPEWA FALLS POLICE DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE) -- Chippewa Falls Police Chief Wendy Stelter is pleased to announce that Police Administrative Assistant Ms. Julie Johnholtz has been nominated and selected as the 2014 Law Enforcement Administrative Professional of the Year!

Police Chief Stelter wrote, “Julie had a very, very busy year. However, as busy and overwhelmed as she was, she always did the right thing and she “stayed on top of” all of her regular duties. She did not “take the short cut” to save her the headache or to “just get it done”. She was and is- always concerned about serving our community’s needs, as well as our employees. As the Police Chief, I could not have made it through 2013 with such success without Julie assisting me. Julie has been instrumental in our department’s success; she holds my confidence, she supports my decisions, she tells me what is working and what is not working, and she is a great role model for other Administrative Assistants.”

Ms. Johnholtz will be recognized at the Law Enforcement Administrative Professional Conference currently being held in Appleton, WI. There will be an award ceremony held on Friday, June 20th at 8:00 AM at the Paper Valley Hotel where she will be honored with this distinction.

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