School and law enforcement relationships avert crises

Law enforcement agencies in Door and Kewaunee counties are cultivating relationships with school staff and students to avert potential crises.  School resource officers have led efforts to get to know those in the education settings so employees, parents and students can feel confident in notifying law enforcement agencies about potential problems.  Kewaunee County Sherif Matt Joski says that can help his department and others respond appropriately before and after problems arise.



Joski says should an unknown or sudden emergency develop in any Kewaunee County school his department responds with all available resources until a safe setting is established.



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