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Contact: Phone: (920) 448-4200  •  Fax: (920) 448-4206
Physical Address: 2684 Development Drive  •  Green Bay WI  •  54311  •  Map
Office Hours: Monday - Friday; 8 am - 4:30 pm

What is a Directed Enforcement Officer?

Directed Enforcement Officers are deputies that have been assigned to a specific village through a contract with the Sheriff's Office. These deputies are dedicated to work closely with the villages to provide the highest quality of police protection to the residents of the villages, and ensuring the communities is a safe place to live, work and raise a family. 

The Villages of Allouez, Bellevue, Denmark, Howard and Suamico have contracted with the county for dedicated officers. 
  • Allouez has 1 contracted Deputy, Jason Vogel
  • Bellevue has 2 contracted Deputies, Trevor Bilgo and Dustan Peterson
  • Denmark has 2 contracted Deputies, Hayden Estano and Karissa Verheyen
  • Howard has 3 contracted Deputies, Jim Dagneau, Brandon Dhuey, and Josh Sanford 
  • Suamico has 3 contracted Deputies, Jim Kowalkowski, Mike Pisani, and Justin Raska

The Village Of Allouez

                                   DEO Vogel In front of Allouez
The Village of Allouez is noted as one of Wisconsin’s oldest communities and currently has a population of approximately 14,000.  The Brown County Sheriff’s Office has provided contracted police services to the Village of Allouez since 1967.

Allouez currently contracts with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office to have a Deputy on duty for 24 hour police coverage.  Allouez also contracts for one Directed Enforcement Officer.  The Directed Enforcement Officer focuses on community oriented policing strategies to solve and/or prevent problems in the Village.  The Directed Enforcement Officer also assists the Village in equipment and budget matters.

Deputy Vogel patrols the Village, responds to calls for service, investigates criminal violations, assists other law enforcement agencies, performs traffic enforcement, and assists the Village and its residents as needed.

The Allouez Village Hall is located at 1900 Libal St, Allouez, WI 54301
To contact the Village main office- (920)448-2800

To contact Deputy Vogel Email Here
 

The Village of Bellevue

        DEOs in front of Bellevue sign
The Village of Bellevue is one of Brown County's fastest growing municipalities with a population of 15,500 residents. Bellevue has contracted police services with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office since 2002. 
 
Bellevue currently has one full 24 hour shift patrolled by Brown County Sheriff’s Deputies in rotating shifts and a power shift from 10am-6pm.  These officers respond to calls for service both criminal and civil in nature, enforce local ordinances and state statute as well as being public servants to the everyday needs of the Village of Bellevue residents. 
 
The Village of Bellevue has two Directed Enforcement Officers (DEO), Trevor Bilgo, and Dustan Peterson, whose responsibilities include finding long term solutions to reoccurring problems within the community through the use of community policing principals.
 
These officers are dedicated to providing the highest quality of police protection to the residents of Bellevue and ensuring this community is a safe place to live, work and raise a family.

The Bellevue Village Hall is located at 3100 Eaton Road, Bellevue, WI 54311
To contact the Village main office- (920)884-1077

To contact a DEO
Deputy Trevor Bilgo  Email Here
Deputy Dustan Peterson  Email Here

The Village of Denmark

                      DEO's Verheyen and Estano
The Village of Denmark is located within the town of New Denmark and has a population of approximately 2,100 residents. Denmark was settled by Danish immigrants in 1848, and has been referred to, along with Hartland, Wisconsin, as the "nuclei” of what developed into one of the most important regions of Danish immigration in the United States. The Village of Denmark was established in 1915 after evolving from the Town of Denmark.
 
Denmark began contracting with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office for law enforcement services in 2017. This law enforcement service is provided in the form of two Directed Enforcement Officers (DEOs), as well as BCSO deputies. The Directed Enforcement Officers, Karissa Verheyen and Hayden Estano focus on community oriented policing strategies. These strategies include community engagement, problem solving, crime prevention, traditional law enforcement and partnerships. The Directed Enforcement Officers also assist the Village in equipment and budget matters. The DEOs and deputies patrol the Village, respond to calls for service, investigate criminal violations, assist other law enforcement agencies, perform traffic enforcement and assist the Village and its residents as needed.

 
The Denmark Village Hall is located at 118 E. Main St, Denmark, WI 5420
To contact the Village main office- (920)863-6400

To contact a DEO
Deputy Karissa Verheyen Email Here
Deputy Hayden Estano    Email Here 

The Village of Howard

                 Howard DEO in front of sign
The Village of Howard was established in 1959 after evolving from the Town of Duck Creek.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office served Duck Creek residents, utilizing the general Patrol Division that was provided to townships without cost.  As the population in Howard grew the Howard Board of Directors determined that full time police presence was warranted. In 1972, the Village of Howard and the Brown County Sheriff's Office entered into their first full time police service contract together.  Today, the population has grown to 17,400 and the contract with the Sheriff’s Office provides 24/7 police service. 

The Village of Howard also has three Directed Enforcement Officers. The Patrol Officers respond to calls for service as well as conduct proactive enforcement patrols. The Directed Enforcement Officers use Community Policing Tactics to find long term solutions to quality of life issues in the Village.

The Howard Village Hall is located at 2456 Glendale Ave, Howard, WI 54313
To contact The Village main office- (920)434-4640

To contact a DEO 
Deputy Jim Dagneau   Email Here
Deputy Brandon Dhuey  Email Here
Deputy Josh Sanford   Email Here

The Village of Suamico

           DEOs in front of sign
The Village of Suamico has a total area of 59.42 square miles, of which, 36.36 square miles of it is land and 23.06 square miles is water. Suamico is the largest "Village" in the United States when both land area and water area are considered, since about 38.8 percent of its area is officially water area, but it drops down to fifth place when only land area is considered (following Kronenwetter, Wisconsin; Caledonia, Wisconsin; Wellington, Florida; and Speculator, New York). The current population is 12,500 residents.

The Sheriff’s Office began contracting with the Town of Suamico for police services on January 1, 1998.  Deputies Jim Kowalkowski and Greg Tilly were the first deputies assigned to the Village, working the 2p-10p shift.  Within the first three years, 24-hour coverage was phased in. The Town of Suamico then incorporated into a Village in September 2003.

Currently the Village has three Directed Enforcement Officers, Jim Kowalkowski, Marc Pisani, and Justin Raska in addition to the patrol deputy positions which provide 24 hour police coverage.  Similar to neighboring contract Villages, Suamico has adopted a proactive community policing concept.

The Suamico Village Hall  is located at 12781 Velp Ave, Suamico, WI 54313
To Contact the Village main office- (920) 434-2212

To contact a DEO
Deputy Jim Kowalkowski  Email Here
Deputy Marc Pisani  Email Here
Deputy Justin Raska  Email Here