Chief Charles Foulke has been in law enforcement for 33 years and has served this entire time at the City of Middleton Police Department. Chief Foulke began his career at Middleton PD as an Intern in the summer of 1980. Prior to his current assignment, Chief Foulke has served as a Captain, Lieutenant, Detective Sergeant, Sergeant, Detective, School Resource Officer, Patrol Officer and Dispatcher.
Chief Foulke is a graduate of UW-Madison with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and History and is a 2007 graduate of the 228 th session of the FBI National Academy, a three month training session for law enforcement executives held at the FBI Training Academy in Quantico, VA.
Chief Foulke is a member of the International Chiefs of Police Association, the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association, the Dane County Chiefs of Police Association, FBI National Academy Association and Middleton Youth Commission.
Chief Foulke serves as President of the Middleton Kiwanis and is a volunteer for Meals on Wheels and Special Olympics.
In his spare time, Chief Foulke enjoys bike riding and traveling. Chief Foulke has two children and his wife is the English as a Second Language Chair at Madison Memorial High School.