Officer Adam Winkler started his career at the Washington County Sheriff’s Department on Jan. 5, 2008, as a patrol deputy. In June of 2009, Winkler was hired at the Three Lakes Police Department where he worked boat and snowmobile patrol along with working as a patrol officer. In August of 2012, Winkler went home to the Forest County Sheriff’s Department as a patrol deputy. While in Forest County, he completed rural SWAT training in 2014 and served on the SWAT team until he was hired at the Pulaski Police Department in July of 2016. In January of 2017, Winkler completed ALICE Instructor training, which he currently teaches for school safety.
In September of 2017, Officer Winkler took over as the school resource officer for the Pulaski School District when Officer Jim Tinlin retired after 19 years. While serving as the school resource officer, he has completed basic and advanced school resource officer training with the National Association of School Resource Officers.
His role as school resource officer is to ensure the safety of all people in the Pulaski Community School District along with teaching life skills to young people to be safe in the community. He also looks forward to being a positive role model and being a resource for all students each and every day.
If you would like to contact Officer Winkler, please contact him by email, or contact him at Pulaski High School at 920-822-6722.