Special Needs ProgramWelcome to the APD Special Needs Page
APD Special Needs Program
The Antigo Police Department is implementing a program to assist individuals or families with special needs to get pertinent information or conditions to Law Enforcement before we may have contact with the individual. We feel that the program will also greatly assist our fire and ambulance service if they are ever in need of those types of emergency services.
The program is a voluntary registry of information provided by an individual or families that have concerns about either someone with special needs or special assistance that would benefit from giving Law Enforcement and EMS prior knowledge about how best to deal with their loved one.
We are hoping families with Autistic or Asperger’s Syndrome children, adults with Alzheimer’s, or anyone with a special needs condition will give us information on how best we may interact and handle a situation involving their loved one.
A link to the form can be found here: SPECIAL NEEDS FORM The information supplied is completely voluntary and kept confidential. The more information we receive the better chance we have of making a positive interaction with an individual. Once completed, the form can be returned to the Antigo Police Department and will be maintained with our records for our responders to effectively and appropriately respond to someone in need.
We appreciate anyone with concerns or questions to contact us to see how we can help.
Antigo Police Department Members
Serving Since February 1986
Captain Kolpack has over 30 years of Law Enforcement experience. He joined our department working as a Patrolman and has been promoted in the ranks throughout the years. Along with being second in command, Kolpack is our Grant Coordinator and TRACS Administrator. Some of his specialty training includes, Drug, Criminal & Homicide Investigation. Kolpack worked as a part-time Deputy with the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department for a year before being hired with the City of Antigo Police Department.
Serving Since May 1993
Officer Brown is a Patrolman for our department as well as our DARE & EVOC Instructor. He is a memeber of SRT and takes care of our squad maintenance. Before starting with our department he worked for Marathon City as a Patrolman.
Serving Since June 2012
Officer Bula went to Northcentral Technical College for Criminal Justice. He then attended the Police Academy at NTC. Prior to being hired by the Antigo Police Department as a Patrolman, Officer Bula worked at both the Crandon Police Department and the Forest County Sheriff’s Department.
Serving Since March 1998
Detective Sgt. Duley joined our department in 1998. He started out his law enforcement career at the Lannon WI Police Department and Menomonee Falls WI Police Department as an Officer, Police Aid and Dispatcher. He also worked part-time for Dodge County in investigations. Before being hired at the Antigo Police Department, Detective Sgt. Duley was a Dispatcher and part-time Deputy for the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department. He obtained his Associated Degree in Police Science at Waukesha Co. Technical College and attended their Police Academy. Detective Sgt. Duley oversees the investigations for our department as well as handles Forensic Electronic Media & Computer Analysis, investigates Internet Crimes Against Children, is an Evidence Technician and Property Room Custodian. Detective Sgt. Duley is also a Death Invesigator and Arson Investigator for our department. He is also part of the Langlade County Fire Investigation Team; Secretary for the North Central Wiscsonsin Investigators Association; Former President of the Northwoods Law Enforcement Association; Treasurer of the Langlade County Fire Chief’s Association; and Member of the Langlade County Rural Fire Control.
Serving Since August 2008
Officer Goeks went to UW Eau Claire, earning a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He then attended the Police Academy at Chippewa Valley Technical College. Officer Goeks is a Patrolman for our department as well as an Evidence Technician. His specialty training includes investigator and NORDEG.
Serving Since January 2013
Officer Hopfensperger obtained his Criminal Justice degree at Fox Valley Technical College. Prior to being hired at the Antigo Police Department, Officer Hopfensperger worked part-time for Manawa PD, Marion PD, Waupaca PD and the Iola PD as a Patrolman. He also worked Water Patrol for the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Department.
Serving Since June 2011
Officer Husnick obtained his Associates Degree from Nicolet Area Technical College. He then attended the Police Academy at NorthCentral Technical College. Officer Husnick is a Patrolman for our department. In 2014, he became our Drug Recognition Expert. Officer Husnick obtained his OWI Standard Field Sobriety Instructor status in June of 2015. He is the Vice-President for the Northwood Law Enforcement Assocation. Before joining our department Officer Husnick worked as a Deputy and as a Corrections Officer for the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department.
Serving Since August 2008
Officer May attended the Nicolet Technical College, earning his Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. He then attended the Police Academy at NorthCentral Technical College. Officer May is a Patrolman for our department and provides alcohol education within our schools. His speciality training includes Interview & Interrogation as well as NORDEG.
Serving Since October 2004
Sgt. Reichl joined our department after serving in the Marines. He attended the Police Academy at NorthCentral Technical College. Sgt. Reichl supervises our 3rd Shift Patrol and conducts investigations for our department as well as a member of SRT. He is also a Field Training Officer to our new hires. Some of his specialty training includes Advance Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement, Homicide Investigations, Narcotics / Dangerous Drugs and Interview & Interrogation.
Serving Since June 2009
Officer Rustick attended the UW Milwaukee for Criminal Justice. He then attended the Police Academy at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC). Officer Rustick is a Patrolman for our department as well as a member of our Special Response Team (SRT). His speciality training includes Interview & Interrogation and Drug Invesigations.
School Liaison Officer
Serving Since December 2004
Officer Servi attended the Police Academy at NorthCentral Technical College. Before being hired by the Antigo Police Department, she worked as a Dispatcher for 7 years with the Langlade County Sheriff’s Department. As well as working Patrol for our department, Officer Servi is our Police School Liaison Officer and works in our Narcotics Enforcement. Officer Servi plays a very important role on our department with her specialized training and is part of a vast amount of boards and associations around the State. She is the Leader for the Drug Endangered Children’s Program (DEC); Member of the NORDEG Task Force; an Executive Board Member for the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators, Wisconsin Chapter; Executive Board Member of the Wisconsin Association of Community Orientated Policing; Member of the Northern Wisconsin Prescription Drug Coalition; Member of the Action Alliance Team for Langlade County; Member of the Suicide Coaltion for Langlade County; Member of the Youth Health Committee; Member of the National Assocation of School Resource Officers; Member of the Wisconsin School Safety Coordinator Association; Member of the Prescription Drug Abuse Committee in the City of Antigo.
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Serving Since April 1999
Officer Zirngible obtained his Associates Degree in Police Science from Nicolet Area Technical College. Officer Zirngible is a Patrolman for our department as well as our Firearms Instructor, Field Training Officer and Traffic Education Instructor. Before joining our department, Officer Zirngible worked part-time for 2 years with the Village of Rib Lake.
Our Support Staff
Our Crossing Gurads
The Antigo Police Department has four part-time crossing guards that cover 3 intersections here in Antigo. They provide service to the school crossings zones before and after school. They play a vital role in helping keep our kids safe to and from school.