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Oshkosh Police Department
P.O. Box 1130 420
The Oshkosh Police Department is a full service Law Enforcement Agency which employees 98 Police Officers and a Support Staff of 36 full and part time Civilian Employees.
The Oshkosh Police Department is Nationally Accredited (CALEA) and State Accredite...
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If someone calls you to tell ...
If someone calls you to tell you something is wrong with your computer, hang up on them and don't give them access to your computer, said Joseph Nichols, a public information officer with Oshkosh Police.
In this particular case, the person gave the caller access to their computer and the caller may have retrieved personal information, Nichols
"It is important to remember that the scam artist will tell you that there is something wrong with the computer or will attempt to sell you a product.
No respectable company will call you to do this type of service," Nichols
spokesman for the Oshkosh Police ...
spokesman for the Oshkosh Police Department, Officer Joe Nichols says the boy chased the 10-year-old girl with ...
"We have no known suspects at ...
"We have no known suspects at this time and detectives are still working on the cases," Oshkosh Police Department Information Officer Joseph Nichols said.
Although there are still no suspects identified, Nichols
still has hope that tips will help convict someone.
"Two years ago we began using online and text messaging to report tips," Nichols
"If someone is going topick a target, they'll always look for someone who is alone," Nichols
Foul play is not suspected in ...
Foul play is not suspected in her death, but police continue to investigate, said Joe Nichols, spokesman for the Oshkosh Police Department.
RECALL WALKER DEMONSTRATER ARRESTED FOR PUSHING, HITTING POLICE OFFICER | Wisconsin Recall Action Fund
OPD spokesman Officer Joe Nichols said officers responded after restaurant customers called to complain the demonstrators had blocked access to the driveway at 4:20 p.m. Thursday.
The man continued to shake the cowbell in the officer's face in spite of his requests to not make excessive noise.