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Officers, residents react to Everest Metro, Rothschild police merger

8:59 PM, May 12, 2013
Everest Metro Police Sgt. Mark Klemm, left, and Rothschild Officer Jeff Zwicky, stand Thursday at the Everest Metro Police Department in Weston. The two will be coworkers if a merger of their departments is approved by elected leaders.
Everest Metro Police Sgt. Mark Klemm, left, and Rothschild Officer Jeff Zwicky, stand Thursday at the Everest Metro Police Department in Weston. The two will be coworkers if a merger of their departments is approved by elected leaders.
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Residents and officers seem excited about the recent proposal for Rothschild's police department to merge with the three-municipality partnership that comprises the Everest Metro Police Department.

Everest now serves the village of Weston, town of Weston and city of Schofield. The merger would allow the nine-officer Rothschild department to beef up its patrol presence in the village and provide services it doesn't currently have, such as full-time detectives and a K-9 drug unit. Officials said the merger would help both departments to sustain coverage and eliminate overtime.

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