The Patrol Division is led by Captain Sandberg who has been with the Brown County Sheriff's Office since 1996. Prior to that, he served at Fort Bragg, N.C. in the U.S Army from 1990 to 1994. Captain Sandberg has worked in the jail, courthouse security, patrol, community policing and the training section in Professional Standards before becoming the Captain of the Patrol Division. He served on the SWAT team for 18 years.
Patrol is comprised of Lieutenants, Sergeants, and Deputies totaling approximately 100 sworn employees.
The Patrol Division is split into 4 shifts and is divided into 6 sections across the county.
- Day shift 7a-3p
- Afternoon shift 3p-11p
- Night shift 11p-3a
- Power shift 7p-3
The Patrol Division has various responsibilities, some of which are
- Calls for service (disturbances, missing persons, thefts, burglaries, etc.)
- Enforce state and local ordinances
- Vehicle crash investigations
- Assisting other local law enforcement agencies when called upon
The Patrol Division provides valuable community service through traffic control, security details and dignitary protection to public and private organizations.
Deputies also makes public service appearances on topics such as personal safety, workplace violence, ID theft prevention, and neighborhood watch coordination
In addition to the county patrol, The Sheriff's Office has 10 Directed Enforcement Officers
(DEO) contracted by the Villages of Allouez, Bellevue, Denmark, Howard and Suamico.
If you have any questions and concerns about the Patrol Division, click here
to email Captain Sandberg