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Special Agent Kim Skorlinski Receives Distinguished Service Award from the Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators

 

MADISON - Special Agent Kim Skorlinski of the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation recently received a Distinguished Service Award from the Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators (WAHI) at their 2010 Annual Conference in Wisconsin Rapids on April 22. WAHI presents this award to an association member who is about to retire from the law enforcement profession and has shown the highest degree of professionalism throughout their career.

 

"My congratulations to Kim. Special Agent Skorlinski's honor speaks to his career and service," said Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen. "All law enforcement should aspire to such high praise by their colleagues. We are proud of his career and this distinguished achievement."

 

Special Agent Skorlinski is assigned to the Special Assignments Bureau of the Wisconsin Department of Justice, which conducts complex investigations of persons or organizations involved in criminal activity in the area of personal or property crimes.

 

Skorlinski received his B.S. Degree in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Winona State University, Winona, Minnesota. Skorlinski started his career as a Deputy Sheriff at the La Crosse County Sheriff's Department where he stayed for two years.

 

Since 1983, Skorlinski has been with the Division of Criminal Investigation's Appleton Office. Skorlinski has worked in the Narcotics and Vice, White Collar, and Special Assignments Bureaus of DCI.