Patrol Division

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The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division provides traffic enforcement, initial response to complaints and investigation into criminal law violations.

The division is managed by the operations captain and then divided into three shifts, each having a lieutenant and two sergeants as listed below:


Captain
CHAD ENRIGHT

1st Shift 2nd Shift 3rd Shift
Lt. Brian Loos Lt. Robbie Weinfurter Lt. Jason Boeck
Sgt. Eric Krueger Sgt. William Pansier
Sgt. CJ Micale
Sgt. Dennis Walston Sgt. Justin Kontny Sgt. Joe Nicholas
Deputy Scott Ziorgen  Deputy Kelsey Knaup Deputy Jermey Wolfe
Deputy Kevin Harvancik Deputy Mike Workman  Deputy John Gallenbeck
Deputy Mike Morell Deputy Chad Haase Deputy Ryan Jackson
Deputy Kevin Homan Deputy Jason Roy Deputy Kasey Young
Deputy Mike Matoushek Deputy Jaime Buelter Deputy Dustin Waas
Deputy Jason Westphal Deputy Taylor Nehls Deputy Bradley Kulibert
Deputy Scott Petrack Deputy Sharon Bauch
Deputy Donald Counard Deputy Jeremy McCarty  
Deputy Ryan Schwartz  
   
     

2015 SQUAD CAR DESIGN

 

The patrol division takes on a variety of specialized programs. Participants in each program receive additional training and are called on for investigative purposes as well as public education. The following is a list of programs with a link to additional information and photos:

 Child Safety Seat Program [PDF]

Advancements in technology have been incorporated into the daily operations of most law enforcement personnel. These include in-car computers, audio/video recording equipment, compact radar units, preliminary breathalyzer tests and a radar trailer, just to name a few. Click on the links below for additional information along with some current photos:

We are extremely proud of all the officers in the patrol division. Their service to our county continuously shows a high standard of dedication and professionalism. They serve the public 24/7. This service is sometimes only seen as the officer handing out a ticket but they are truly committed to protecting the citizens of this community with routine checks of our property and businesses as well as care to those in need.



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