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Guidelines for Interacting with Police Officers
Today’s headlines are full of stories detailing encounters between police and the public. While most police officers have standard procedures to follow, most public people do not. Because of this, the County Police Chief's Association created Guidelines for Interacting with Police Officers (Available in English, Spanish, and Hmong). This helpful brochure provides the do’s and don’ts when in contact with police, if stopped in your car, on the street, or if you are arrested.
Human Trafficking Human trafficking is modern-day slavery and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Millions of men, women, and children are trafficked into forced labor situations and into the sex trade worldwide. Many of these victims are lured from their homes with false promises of well-paying jobs; instead, they are forced or coerced into prostitution, domestic servitude, or other types of forced labor. Victims are found in legitimate and illegitimate labor industries, including sweatshops, massage parlors, agricultural fields, restaurants, hotels, and domestic service.
The Sun Prairie Police Department accepted a generous donation of “Thanks for Slowing Down!” yard signs from American Family Insurance. Present for the donation were, from left: Miles Hofschultz, Agency Sale Rep for the Larry Cutler Agency, Amy Thompson, Office Manager for the Larry “Smokey” Anderson Agency, Amanda Bechard, Customer Service Rep. for the Larry “Smokey” Anderson Agency, and Sun Prairie Police Chief Pat Anhalt. The Sun Prairie Police Department looks forward to our continued partnership with the community in the interest of safe travel. Please feel free to contact us with concerns. The signs are available for pick up at the Sun Prairie Police Department east and west precincts, 300 East Main Street and 2598 West Main Street, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.