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Lieutenant: Shane Timreck  •  Phone: 920-448-4250  •  Fax: 920-448-391-6801
Physical Address: 125 S. Adams Street  •  Green Bay WI 54311  •  Map
Mailing Address: 3030 Curry Lane  •  Green Bay WI 54311
Office Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday-Friday 8a-4p

Huber/Work Release and Electronic Monitoring

Work Release Center
  • Henry A. Huber was a Republican in the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1905 to 1906 before being a Wisconsin State Senator from 1913 to 1924. 
  • Huber gained national recognition for writing the "Huber" Law, allowing county inmates to be employed during the day. 
  • This law began the country wide concept of the prison work release program. 
  • Work release or Huber is a privilege granted by the court allowing sentenced inmates to leave jail for work, child/elder care, school, or treatment. 
  • Inmates are able be outside of the jail with strict rules and regulations during the day, and return to the jail at the set time. 
  • This allows inmates to maintain their employment, education stated and support their children/family members during their incarceration. 
How it works                                                                                                                 Work Release Center
  • Inmates are allowed to leave the jail for a maximum of 12 hours a day, 60 hours a week and no more than 6 days a week
  • All inmates shall earn at least minimum wage and be employed within 50 miles of Green Bay 
  • Inmates are allowed one job, and no split shifts
  • Overtime and job changes must be approved by a corrections officer. 
  • If inmates receive a ride to or from the jail, they must be picked up and dropped off in front of the jail. Inmates may not walk to meet a ride. 
  • All paychecks must be turned over in cash or check. No direct deposits are allowed. 
  • Inmates may not socialize or meet with their spouse, family or friends while out of the jail. All visitations must be done at the jail during visitation times.
  • Inmates will be searched every time they return to the jail.
  • Inmates may not keep more than $50 in the Huber section at a time. 
  • Huber inmates are responsible for washing their uniforms. Coin operated washers and dryers are available.

The Electronic Monitoring Program (EMP)
  • The Electronic Monitoring Program or EMP allows inmates to serve their sentence in their homes.
  •  EMP is no different than work release, as the inmate cannot do as they please outside of the home. 
  • EMP inmates are allowed to leave home to work, attend school, do court ordered activities, go to treatment, PO meetings, or other EMP Officer approved locations. 
  • All EMP inmates will have a GPS monitoring bracelet on their ankle at all times. The bracelet cannot be removed unless a medical emergency occurs. 
  • EMP officers must be able to contact EMP inmates at any time of day. Voicemail must be set up on cellphones, and landlines in the home. 
  • If Law Enforcement knocks on the door, EMP inmates must open the door. 
  • Social visits are permitted during EMP; however any misconduct involving police may jeopardize the status of an EMP inmate. 
  • If the EMP inmate comes in contact with any law enforcement officer, they must notify their EMP officer immediately by calling 920-391-6809 and leave a message about the nature of the contact. 
  • Alcohol or illegal substances are not permitted while on EMP 
  • To be eligible for EMP, inmates must be able to pay the setup fee of $50 + tax, and a fee of $23.70+tax/fees per day.