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  - Records Requests
Brown County Sheriff's Office Records are available for public release under Federal and Wisconsin Open Records Laws
Some types of records may not be able to be released because of such things as the “Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act” (HIPAA), “Drivers Privacy and Protection Act” (DPPA), and/or the fact that the incident is still under investigation. 
  - School Resource Officers
Brown County has four officers with active positions in our school districts. 
  - Search Real Estate Documents
Information on searching Brown County real estate documents In-Person or Online.



 
  - Sharps Disposal Locations
The Brown County Sharps Dispposal Program accepts used sharps at over thirty sites across the county. Click this link for sharps collection sites Most of the sites are either pharmacies or hospitals. At these stations, users can pick up a sticker and pamphlet and dispose of their used sharps in puncture-proof containers such as empty detergent bottles or sharps containers. Program stickers must be attached to the container, and instructions followed that include securing the lid, wiping off residue, and placing the container in a plastic bag for delivery to the sharps collection site.

There is no fee to the public for using the program. The program is restricted to household users.
  - Shelter Care (Youth)
 Learn about how Shelter Care, a non-secure facility for youth 10 - 17 years old.
  - Sheriff Sales
A public auction of property repossessed in the event of an unpaid obligation, and is generally done because a mortgage lender repossessed the property and will try to sell it. A Sheriff sale may be held for properties seized to satisfy judgement liens or tax liens 
  - Shrub Information
Looking for help with your shrubs?  Extension Brown County offers free consultations on lawn care, insect and disease diagnosis, gardening, trees, shrubs, and plant and insect identification.
  - Social Security
The Social Security Act of 1935 established a nationwide safety-net for seniors and persons with diabilities.  Rules for these benefit programs are complicated and complex.  ADRC is here to help.
  - Soil Testing
One of the first steps to successful lawn and gardening is having your soil tested. A soil test provides more information about the nutrient status of your garden soil, pH level, organic matter content and texture.
  - Soil Testing
One of the first steps to successful lawn and gardening is having your soil tested. A soil test provides more information about the nutrient status of your garden soil, pH level, organic matter content and texture.
  - Transportation Options for Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities
Information about transportation options in Brown County for persons who do not drive.
  - Tree & Tree Disease ID
Do you have a question about a tree or tree disease? Extension Brown County offers free consultations and can help!
  - Tuberculosis (TB) Screening and Testing
Information about TB testing services/prices, commonly used forms, resources