Algoma Police Department promotes Gulbrand Thursday

The Algoma Police Department is recognizing one of their officers on Thursday night after receiving a promotion to sergeant.  The promotion ceremony for Sergaent Cody Gulbrand will be held at the City Hall at 6 pm where he will be taking the Oath of Honor.  Police Chief Randy Remiker says Gulbrand has demonstrated some great attributes that will fit his new position.



Gulbrand began as a Reserve Police Officer for the City of Algoma after graduating from NWTC with an associates degree in Criminal Justice with Highest Honors in 2012.  Since joining the Algoma Police Department fulltime in 2014, Gulbrand has become the department Evidence Technician Custodian.  He is also on the Kewaunee County SWAT team.  

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