Earl brings with him extensive experience working with different ethnic groups and doing public speaking to all types of groups. With him comes knowledge of his native culture taught to him by his grandfather, uncles and many elders of his tribe. He has knowledge in native pipe making and story telling, and many other native arts, as well as traditional values. Earl has spoken on his native culture before education and citizen groups and conducted public demonstrations of his craft.
Earl is retired form the police force, where he worked for 17 years. During his tenure he was invited to speak on behalf of the D.A.R.E. program and M.A.D.D. He spoke to community groups on alcohol, drugs and gangs. Earl has also been invited to speak at school systems and historical societies on native culture, Earl has done presentations to the Wisconsin State Finance Committee on cultural needs.
Education & Training
North Central Technical College
1997 - Community / Problem Oriented Policing
1997 - Hostage Negotiator
1993 - Hostage Negotiations
1998 - Criminal Motorcycle Gangs and Gangs, University of Wisconsin
1988 - Counseling the short term Client
1988- Group Facilitator, UW Eau Claire
1987 - Treatment Options, Lac Courte Oreilles College
1987 - Ansihinaabe Way
1987 - Assessment Interviewing For Treatment Planning
1987 - Intoxicated Derivers Assessment Training
1987 - Drugs in Perspective
1987 - Counseling the Alcoholic Client
1984 Certified Law Enforcement Officer
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