Police service for the Village of Denmark will be provided by the Brown County Sheriff's Office Two officers have been selected to serve the community in the role of Directed Enforcement Offiecer (DEO). Both DEOs have the flexibility to mold their position to fit the needs of the village. The DEOs are Nobert (Dan) Delebreau and Jonathon Dzekute. DEO Dzekute will also be covering the schools as a School Resource Officer (SRO) and will continue to dedicate twenty (20) hours per week to the schools. Along with village and school coverage, the DEOs also have access to all the resources that the Sheriff's Office has available. If there is a time that the DEOs are not available the Brown County Sheriff's Office will handle any matters that need an officer to respond. The office for the DEOs is located at 118 E. Main Street. The fax number is 920-863-5169.
The Brown County Sheriff's Department serves the Village in the following ways:
If there is a vehicle lock out you need to contact Auto Lock Out at 465-9390 for those instances when it is discovered that the vehicle's keys have been inadvertently locked in the vehicle.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy session is scheduled to begin on Thursday Sept. 14, 2017 and run every Thursday for 10 weeks, ending on Thursday Nov. 16, 2017. The classes will run from 6:30 pm – 9 pm.
The Citizen's Academy is a 25 hour course. Sponsored by the Brown County Sheriff’s Office, its goal is to give the community it serves a better understanding of law enforcement operations and procedures.
Citizens attending the academy will receive training in numerous topics within the criminal justice field, with the aim of giving them a basic understanding and familiarity of the "how's and why's" of law enforcement work.
The academy will meet one evening a week from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm, for 10 weeks. These sessions will start in the fall and are open to Brown County residents.
Monthly Police Reports
Dogs are not allowed within Veterans Memorial Park, however they are allowed on the Devil's River State Recreation Trail. All dogs are required to be licensed while cats are not. In accordance with Village ordinance only two (2) dogs can be kept on any residentially zoned lot/parcel and, again, only two (2) dogs can be kept within any residential rental complex. Any dog at large (off of the owner's premises) must be controlled by the owner with the means of a leash or other personal attention that will reasonably control the conduct and actions of the animal.
No person who has custody of a dog shall walk or escort such animal off the private property of the owner or custodian unless said person is in possession of equipment to clean up any defecation which may be deposited by the animal.
Lost dogs that have been captured by either the Police or by a private citizen should be turned in to the Northeast Wisconsin Veterinarian Service located at 135 Broadway Street, Denmark, WI. 863-8007. Any/all boarding fees will be assessed against the owner(s) of the animal.
The Village Board has endorsed Cats Anonymous to use a method called TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return) to help control the number of stray or feral cats in the Village. Cats Anonymous works with 5 other municipalities using the TNR method.
Definition of TNR:
Benefits of Trap-Neuter-Return
Why TNR is effective:
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