UWOPD on the mic
By UW Oshkosh Police Department
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UWOPD on the micMar 17, 2023
Episode 16: Title IX, Aurora Forensic Nursing, & UWO Student Health
In this episode you'll hear from:Brenda Doolittle, Forensic Nursing Department Supervisor at Aurora Medical Center in Oshkosh | 920-456-7496 Rachel Cromheecke, UW Oshkosh Title IX Coordinator | 920-424-0835 Kristi Herrick, UW Oshkosh Nurse Practitioner | 920-424-2424 Chris Tarmann, UW Oshkosh Acting Chief of Police | 920-424-1212.
Acting Chief Tarmann speaks with Brenda, Kristi, and Rachel about sexual violence resources, investigative processes, and the Aurora Forensic Nursing program. If you have been sexually assaulted or you would like to know information about resources related to sexual violence please listen to this episode.
UW Oshkosh Title IX website | https://uwosh.edu/titleix/
Aurora Forensic Nursing Program | https://www.aurorahealthcare.org/locations/hospital/aurora-medical-center-oshkosh/
UW Oshkosh Student Health Center | https://uwosh.edu/studenthealth/
UW Oshkosh Police Department | https://uwosh.edu/police/
Episode 15: UWO Police Department | Student & Parent Orientation
In this episode you'll hear from Lieutenant Greg Weitz and Acting Chief of Police Chris Tarmann as they talk about UWO Police Department as a whole. They will discuss the makeup of UWOPD, the mission, values, policing style, campus programs, safety features, and more. If you're a new student, a student parent, or someone who is interested in how UWOPD operates - check out this episode.
Episode 14: UWOPD Community Questions
In this episode you'll hear from Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann, Lieutenant 'Professor' Greg Weitz, and UWO Student (and former UWO Police Department Crime Analyst) Amitai Wheat as we discuss questions from our community members.
The questions asked and answered are -How much over the speed limit does it actually take for an officer to pull someone over? Regarding "dirty cops", meaning any that might take illegal loopholes, show blatant bias, etc., do complaint forms by peers/coworkers or general public complaints ever go anywhere? How can the police department improve their relationship with individuals who are afraid of them? How do police officers deal with backlash from the public? What are things that UWOPD do that most people would not expect from a University Police Department? Can you talk about internship opportunities?
Check out this episode and...if you have questions you'd like answered, send them to email@example.com.
Episode 13: Fraud & Scam Safety
UW Oshkosh Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann discusses common fraud and/or scam incidents that occur in our local communities with the following guests -Town of Winneconne Police Chief, Pete Ehlert (retired Winnebago County Sheriff's Office Deputy) Appleton Police Department, Community Resourece Unit Lieutenant, Meghan Cash Village of Fox Crossing Police Department, Community Liaison Officer, Dan Wiechman UW Oshkosh Student Success Navigator, Darinka Lechuga
You will learn that situations you've dealt with are not uncommon and we'll talk about ways that you can avoid getting caught in some of the crafty traps set by criminals who are looking to take advantage of human kindness, relationships, and social norms to get money.
If you have been the victim of a scam or fraud situation, please call your local police department and report it.
Episode 12: Active Threat Preparedness Part 2 of 2
UW Oshkosh Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann, Dr. Joseph Peterson, a Geology Professor at UW Oshkosh, and UW Oshkosh Training Sergeant Chance Duenkel, discuss survival strategies for community members who are faced with an active threat situation. Dr. Peterson shares portions of his experience and police personnel talk about Run. Hide. Fight., medical skills to save someone's life and what it looks like when police show up on scene.
This episode is part II of a two part series. In part I Dr. Peterson and Acting Chief Tarmann discuss proactive strategies to help advance the way we help people in our communities.
Disclaimer - this episode was developed based on the training and experiences of Acting Chief Chris Tarmann, Dr. Joseph Peterson who is the survivor of a mass casualty incident at Northern Illinois University in 2008, and Sergeant Chance Duenkel. Our presentation is geared toward a college campus even though many of the concepts can also work in a traditional community. The conversation can be triggering to some community members.
Episode 11: Active Threat Preparedness Part 1 of 2
UW Oshkosh Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann, and Dr. Joseph Peterson, a Geology Professor at UW Oshkosh discuss data, information sharing, and ideas behind how to proactively maintain a healthy community. These strategies give community members confidence in understanding what observations might be important, who to share observations with, and what happens to the information once it is shared.
This episode is part I of a two part series. In part II Dr. Peterson and Acting Chief Tarmann will discuss best practices on how to act if you ever found yourself in an Active Threat situation.
Disclaimer - this episode was developed based on the training and experiences of Acting Chief Chris Tarmann, and Dr. Joseph Peterson who is the survivor of a mass casualty incident at Northern Illinois University in 2008. Our presentation is geared toward a college campus even though many of the concepts can also work in a traditional community. We discuss data around active threat situations and details around situations that have occurred in the US. The conversation can be triggering to some community members.
Episode 10: Sexual Violence Resources | Reach Counseling Neenah, WI
***disclaimer - this podcast discussed sexual violence and resources available for community members who may need them. We aren't talking explicitly but the content can be triggering. We kept this episode as a Clean rating because the content is important for our community members who are looking to connect with resources.
In this episode Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann and Detective Mike Bartlein from UWO Police Department talk with Mee Vang Xiong (Asian Outreach - Victim Advocate), Kylene Spanbauer (Prevention Educator - Youth and Teen Advocate), and Sara Van Cuyk (Prevention Educator - Youth and Teen Advocate) from Reach Counseling in Neenah, Wisconsin.
Learn about the resources they provide, how to connect with those resources, and get to know a little bit about Det. Bartlein and Acting Chief Tarmann.
Connect with Reach Counseling Services anytime by calling 1-920-722-8150.
Episode 9: Getting to know us | Officer, Montana Stelter
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Officer, Montana Stelter.
Episode 8: Getting to know us | Dispatcher, Lexi Foukas
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Dispatcher, Lexi Foukas.
Episode 7: Getting to know us | Sergeant, Chance Duenkel
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Sergeant, Chance Duenkel.
Episode 6: Getting to know us | Officer, Matthew Bauman
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Officer, Matthew Bauman.
Episode 5: Substances Don't Discriminate
Michelle Kullman, Megan Edwards, LJ Volp, and Acting Chief of Police at UW Oshkosh Police Department discuss the growing Fentanyl epidemic and the impact on our area, the campus, and across the country. In this episode you're going to hear real stories, discussion on what is happening locally and in our State, and ways that you can make an impact. We also discuss how to find Narcan at UW Oshkosh and how to use this life-saving tool if you need to.
Episode 4: Getting to know us | Officer Luisa Lind
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Officer, Luisa Lind.
Episode 3: Getting to know us | Lieutenant Greg Weitz
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Lieutenant, Greg Weitz.
Episode 2: Getting to know us | Detective, Michael Bartlein
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts who interview Detective, Michael Bartlein.
Episode 1: Getting to know us | Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann
Introduction podcast interview with podcast hosts and student interns Amitai Wheat and Kennedy Thomas who interview Acting Chief of Police, Chris Tarmann.