Boat Patrol

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LIEUTENANT WILLIAM TADYCH, COORDINATOR

The Fond du Lac County Boat Patrol consists of specially trained deputies that operate primarily on the southern half of Lake Winnebago as well as the smaller bodies of water within the County.  The Sheriff’s Office utilizes three vessels, a 24-foot “Justice” patrol boat, a nineteen foot patrol boat and a thirty two foot rescue boat.  One of the primary goals of this unit is to educate the boating public.  This is done by providing boating safety courses and/or through officer contacts with boaters on the water.  The Boat Patrol also performs numerous boating rescue operations through out the boating season.  These rescues can vary from towing in disabled boats to performing search and rescue missions for overdue boaters during inclement weather.  Overall, the main objective of the Sheriff’s Office is to ensure that everyone is safe on the Fond du Lac County waterways.

Boat Patrol

Updated on 08/13/2014 4:36 PM

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