Tony Barthuly served the Fond du Lac City Police Department for over 32 years. He worked his way up through the ranks, serving as the Chief of Police prior to his retirement in 2011. Tony was hired as the Director of the Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Bureau in September of 2011. He was appointed to the Administrator of Law Enforcement services of the Wisconsin DOJ on April 30 2017 and retired in 2019. Tony holds a Masters Degree in Management from Cardinal Stritch College and an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice Administration from UW-Oshkosh. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session #186 and FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Session #53. Tony has served on and lead numerous Law Enforcement Training, Tactical, Leadership and Community Boards and Associations. Tony was very active as in Law Enforcement Training throughout his career. He is former Co-Chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Civilian Law Enforcement Military Cooperation Committee.