The State of Wisconsin Fire and Police Hall of Fame honors those who have made significant contributions to the fire and law enforcement professions. It is a way for citizens of the state to recognize firefighters and law enforcement for their heroic acts, career accomplishments, and community service.
The State of Wisconsin Fire and Police Hall of Fame is located at the Old Firehouse and Police Museum, at 402 23rd Ave E, in Superior, Wisconsin. The museum and Hall of Fame are open seasonally to the public for a small admission.
In the late afternoon hours of March 24, 2015, Trooper Trevor Casper of the Wisconsin State Patrol located the vehicle of an armed and dangerous suspect the FBI and Michigan authorities had been searching for in relation to numerous bank robberies and a homicide.
Wisconsin State Patrol
Milwaukee Fire Department
Manitowoc Fire Department
Town of Campbell Fire Department
Every day in the State of Wisconsin, many firefighters and law enforcement personnel go to work to protect the citizens.
In the early 1990’s, Vincent Beaton had an idea…
He didn’t think it was right that law enforcement or firefighters had to die in the line of duty to be recognized as…