Jason Weber has worked in law enforcement since 1990. For 26 years Jason was employed by the Fox Crossing (WI) Police Department, having served as a patrol officer, detective and community policing officer. Jason ‘retired’ in January of 2018 and has transitioned into higher education serving as the Public Safety Training Coordinator at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay (WI).
Since 2010 Jason has been the crime prevention correspondent for a local television morning show and is also the vice president for the Wisconsin Crime Prevention Practitioners Association.
Jason was instrumental in developing Fox Crossing’s Chronic Nuisance Ordinance and Abatement Program. This program has proved to be a success and was recognized as a finalist for the 2008 Sir Robert Peel award by the Wisconsin Association of Community Oriented Police. Jason also spearheaded a coalition that developed the nationally recognized program Good Drugs Gone Bad that targets prescription drug abuse and that program was awarded the 2015 Community Policing Project of the Year by the WI Association of Community Oriented Police.
Jason was awarded the 2010 Law Enforcement Partner of the Year from the WI Prevention Network on Substance Abuse, the 2010 Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year from the WI Crime Prevention Practitioners Association, the 2011 Historian of the Year by the Outagamie County Historical Society and the 2014 Fox Valley Technical College’s Outstanding Alumni Award.
Jason teaches a variety of policing and substance abuse topics for the National Criminal Justice Training Center, Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools, AFYA, Inc. as well through his position at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Jason is also a published author; having written books on the history of the Town of Menasha and the Village of Kimberly and also three on Active Shooter Incidents.