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New Richland Center police officer hired
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Elizabeth M. Deitelhoff

Chief of Police Lucas Clements announces that Elizabeth M. Deitelhoff was recently hired as the newest police officer for the City of Richland Center. She replaces Officer Mary Killoy, who retired June 9th after serving 25 years with the police department.

Deitelhoff is a 2010 graduate of Weston High School. She attended UW-Richland and UW-Stevens Point, where, in 2015, she received a bachelor’s degree in Resource Management Law Enforcement. Deitelhoff is certified as a law enforcement officer by the Department of Justice, Law Enforcement Standards Board. 

Deitelhoff recently was employed with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as a Deputy Conservation Warden, working with different Conservation Wardens throughout the South Central Region.

Officer Deitelhoff began her employment with the City of Richland Center on August 29 and will complete a formal 12-week field training program with Field Training Officer Sergeant Lauren Moe before assuming her regular duties.