Wisconsin Department of Justice
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Regional On-Call

LAURA KOLLATZ BSN, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P

Milwaukee (414) 219-5555

 

MELISSA VESPERMAN RN, SANE-A

River Falls (715) 425-6443

 

DANA STUEBER RN, BSN, SANE-A, SANE-P

GREEN BAY (920) 433-8181

 

DEANNA GRUNDL RN, SANE

Sheboygan (920) 451-5553

 

Katherine Veerhusen, MEd, BSN, RN, SANE-A

Madison (608) 417-5916

 

TIFFANY BARTZ, BSN, RN

La Crosse (608) 775-3128

 

Kellie Reed RN

bELOIT (608) 364-5559

 

BRENDA DOOLITTLE, BSN, SANE-A

oSHKOSH (920) 456-7400

 

TRACY FREMMING, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P

WESTON (715) 393-2950

 

Recent News

DOJ Clinical Skills Refresher and Trial Prep Workshop

2.13.19

Registration is now open for the March 28 Clinical Skills Refresher (8am - 3:30pm) and the March 29 Trial Prep Workshop (8am - 4:00pm). 

 

Fees: March 28 Clinical Skills Refresher $55.00

          March 29 Trial Prep Workshop $55.00

          BOTH March 28 & 29 $...

DOJ Clinical Skills Lab/Refresher day AND Trial Prep Workshops!

1.3.19

Good Afternoon,

 

At the request of SANEs around the state, the Wisconsin DOJ is pleased to open the Lab portion of the SANE A course to all previously trained SANE A nurses who desire to refresh their knowledge and have an opportunity to practice adult female forensic examinations...

DOJ SANE 2019 Courses

2.7.19

2019 SANE A and SANE P Courses

 

* Registrants MUST be present for all 46 hours of the SANE A and all 40 hours of the SANE P to be awarded CEU's.  If ANY portion of the course is MISSED, the course is considered INCOMPLETE.* ...

the common goal of creating a seamless, community-based response to the needs of sexual assault victim/survivors

The Medical/Forensic Examiner Program is an essential component of the Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). Each county-based team includes local law enforcement, the District Attorney's office, SAFEs, and sexual assault support center advocates. Members of the SART share the common goal of creating a seamless, community-based response to the needs of sexual assault victim/survivors. As more is learned about the prevalence of sexual assault/abuse and the related low reporting rate, there is increased responsibility to improve the systems charged with responding to these crimes, and to provide a uniform, integrated, informed response to sexual assault. The key systems are healthcare providers, law enforcement, sexual assault centers and prosecutors. Each Medical/Forensic examiner is an integral member of the SART responding to this need.