The WWOA holds an annual conference in October to provide training and exposure to new regulation, operational concepts and an assistance in understanding many technical subjects. Each region has its own officers who work with the State Board of Directors to provide high quality regional meetings and a successful annual conference. As the leading U. Membership in the WWOA gives individuals an opportunity to work with professionals in their geographic area through the quarterly meetings conducted by each region. A state audit of the Wisconsin program found that between and , the state discharged 67 offenders. First and foremost, he said, MSOP is designed to keep Minnesotans safe, and it does that constitutionally by treating offenders in secure facilities. Their programs and seminars target wastewater treatment facilities in every region of the State. The WWOA has six regional associations affiliated with its statewide organization. But the class action lawsuit is the main event. Over the last year, an expert panel started and ultimately halted work on a case-by-case review of all offenders in the program, and even recommended some offenders for immediate, unconditional release from MSOP. Wisconsin has put offenders on supervised release over the last two decades, but Minnesota has only given two people provisional release. Eric Terhaar and Rhonda Bailey. The Fond du Lac Police Department is the authority responsible for parking enforcement. Established as a c 3 in , the driving force behind our success is the vibrant spirit of collaboration between public, private and academic sectors with a strong, shared commitment to finding innovative solutions to critical global water challenges. The regional associations function within the WWOA framework yet are encouraged to develop programs and training geared to meet the needs of their specific regions. Opening arguments paint vastly different pictures On Monday, Gustafson laid out the arguments he will make and try to prove over the next few weeks, which will feature testimony from sex offenders, experts and some officials from the Department of Human Services, which runs the program. About 20 years ago, both Minnesota and Wisconsin established programs to treat sex offenders who seemed likely to recommit their crimes.