Mike Knetzger

Mike Knetzger is a 23-year law enforcement veteran and currently a Field Training Officer and Training Unit member with the City of Green Bay. Prior to policing in Green Bay he spent four years as a patrol officer and detective in the Town of Brookfield (WI) police department.

Knetzger is a certified Wisconsin Technical College Instructor and certified by the Wisconsin Department of Justice Training & Standards Board to teach Victims, Defensive & Arrest Tactics, Firearms, Vehicle Contacts, Professional Communications Skills. He is also a certified S.P.E.A.R. instructor. He holds an associate degree in police science (criminal justice) from Waukesha County Technical College, a bachelor’s degree in justice and public policy from Concordia University, and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. He also teaches criminal justice courses in the associate degree program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.

Knetzger has also written several articles on computer crime and has authored five books including “Careers in Public Safety: Cop or Correctional Officer,”  “Criminal Law,” and “Ashley’s Story.”

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