Former Janesville G-M worker now a police officer

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Steve Benton
Friday, June 19, 2009
— Friday's swearing in ceremony at the Janesville police department brings the total of sworn officers to 103, one less than the city council imposed limit of 104.

All three new officers bring something a little unique to the table, according to Deputy Police Chief, Danny Davis. Officer Todd Radloff has an interesting story. As a Janesville G-M employee, he began taking classes to get his associates degree in law enforcement. When G-M closed down he continued his education toward a bachelors degree and he's only a few classes short of accomplishing that.

Officer Benito Rocha comes from Whitewater. He's bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish, which according to Deputy Chief, Danny Davis, will be a big benefit with a growing Hispanic population.

And Officer Joseph Sanovish has served in the U.S. army and most recently worked at the Rock County jail.

All three must go through an orientation and field training before assigned to a shift.

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