Police Department Employees

CHIEF GREG DEIKE

Chief Deike has been a certified police officer since 1993.  He is a graduate of Fox Valley Technical College with an Associates Degree in Police Science.  He also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Herzing University.  Greg has worked in many different areas of public safety to include dispatch, corrections (State and County), emergency medical services, police officer, deputy sheriff, and most recently was a Detective with the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office in charge of the forensic lab, crime scene investigations, and computer forensics.  Greg started at the Wrightstown Police Department in September 2016

SHARON DIEDRICK

Like most law enforcement support staff, Sharon is our most valuable resource. She has been serving the citizens of Wrightstown since 1993. In 1995 she was selected as the Village Court Clerk and splits her time between the court and taking care of the police department records and other police department administrative tasks. Through advanced schooling offered by UW Milwaukee, Sharon has been certified as a Professional Judicial Assistant.

GARY DEWINTER

Officer DeWinter has been a certified police officer since August 2014. Gary put himself through the Fox Valley Technical College Law Enforcement Academy and was selected as the President of his class. He attended Northeast WI Technical College. Gary joined the WPD as a part-time police officer in March 2014 and moved to full time status in December 2014.

MIKE SULLIVAN

Officer Sullivan has been a certified police officer since 1993.  He is a graduate of Fox Valley Technical College with an Associates Degree in Police Science and a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Mount Senario College.  Mike also has a Master’s Degree in Public Safety Leadership.  Mike has an extensive history in law enforcement and will bring a wealth of experience to this department and community.  Mike started at the Wrightstown Police Department in May 2017.

HEATHER MARTIN

Officer Martin has been a certified police officer since 2006. She is a graduate of the Fox Valley Law Enforcement Academy and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Concordia University. Heather worked for the Oneida Police Department before joining the WPD as a part-time police officer in April 2013.  Heather moved to full-time status in January 2016