Sheriff Clint C. Kriewaldt
Sheriff Clint Kriewaldt started with the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office in 2010 and was elected Sheriff in 2019. Originally from Shiocton, Sheriff Kriewaldt now lives in the Town of Oneida with his wife and five children. After graduating from UW-Stevens Point he was drafted into the NFL where he played 9 years with the Detroit Lions and the Pittsburgh Steelers. After returning home he served as a coach and head coach for the Freedom High School football team.
Sheriff Kriewaldt is honored to be a part of the Victim Crisis Responder Board of Directors to support these volunteers in the great work they do for the victims in our community. VCR volunteers are an invaluable asset for Law Enforcement, EMS and Fire personnel to turn to when victims and those in crisis need further support.