Law enforcement officers who have attended this training share their stories.

“At the recent Law Enforcement Administrative Professionals I attended, Bill Bongle gave a presentation about the Police and Viral Media:  Adapting to New Challenges.  He delivered a strong and timely message, and we all walked away with new ways to engage the public in positive and powerful ways.  He also reminded us of those many things our officers are doing on a daily basis that impact lives in meaningful ways, and he gave us ideas on how to shine the positive light on these fine efforts.”

Beth Jasiak, Assistant to Chief
Appleton Police Department


“My agency hired Bill to conduct his Community Policing and Problem Solving class for our entire department in spring 2010. During the planning process, he made quite an effort to learn about our agency, our community, and our state and then he tailored the course to fit our needs. I found him to be highly knowledgeable and experienced but also extremely personable. Since then, he has continued to be a resource for us and has remained interested in how our transition to community policing is going. I give him my highest recommendation.”

Scott Buziecki
Deputy Chief of Police at Village of North Aurora, Ill.

“When I was promoted to community policing, the first class I attended was Bill’s Community Oriented Policing class. To date, that has been one of the best seminars that I have attended in terms of usefulness. There were many ideas that I brought back to my department that have worked successfully thanks to Bill’s help! Bill is always willing to help with any questions I have and I still learn from him each time we speak.”

Jason Weber, Community Liaison Officer
Town of Menasha Police Department

Waukesha Police Officer Katie Paulson worked with City officials to draft an ordinance regulating escort services, modeled after the the project highlighted in the session on regulating adult entertainment.

Officer Paulson writes, “Our dept decided to go the route of setting up an ordinance and adding a huge fine to it. We’ve hooked 28 this year so far. So it ended up working out great. Thanks again for all your help.”

Officer K. Paulson
Waukesha Police Department

Tomah Police Sgt. Chris Weaver reports success in using techniques and information learned in the alcohol control training to deal with problems relating to excessive drinking in his community’s business district.

” We made a pretty big impact on our downtown problem this summer in part to ideas we got from your class and lots of enforcement.”

Sgt. Christopher Weaver
Tomah Police Department

“Street Sweeping Broadway Style” is rightly acclaimed as an excellent piece of problem solving and I hope that we are able to achieve similar accolades in years to come.”
Helen King
Assistant Chief Constable
Merseyside Police, UK

“The presentation was first class and very encouraging to my officers.”
Paul Whitehouse, Chief Constable
Sussex Police, UK