Camera donation



Mary Richter (left) of National Exchange Bank & Trust recently presented a donation to Chief Michael Meeusen of the Elkhart Lake Police Department to cover the cost of new Go Pro cameras and accessories. Meeusen explained, “The Go Pros will be used to partner with local high school students to create public service announcements. The students and police force will make videos to post on the department’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages for everyone to see. The videos will cover public safety and concern topics, such as drug use, underage drinking, crosswalk safety, water safety and safe driving practices.” The idea to create this partnership was inspired by the successful video contest the Sheboygan Police Department conducted in 2014 to support their heroin education initiative. At that time, a number of local students participated and it drew the interest of the entire school. Meeusen is hoping this new technology will allow the police department to connect better with area youth. The department has already seen success in this type of partnership through a mock crash video they made with students at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School. Submitted photo Mary Richter (left) of National Exchange Bank & Trust recently presented a donation to Chief Michael Meeusen of the Elkhart Lake Police Department to cover the cost of new Go Pro cameras and accessories. Meeusen explained, “The Go Pros will be used to partner with local high school students to create public service announcements. The students and police force will make videos to post on the department’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages for everyone to see. The videos will cover public safety and concern topics, such as drug use, underage drinking, crosswalk safety, water safety and safe driving practices.” The idea to create this partnership was inspired by the successful video contest the Sheboygan Police Department conducted in 2014 to support their heroin education initiative. At that time, a number of local students participated and it drew the interest of the entire school. Meeusen is hoping this new technology will allow the police department to connect better with area youth. The department has already seen success in this type of partnership through a mock crash video they made with students at Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah High School. Submitted photo

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