Brown County Of Minnesota

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Sheriff's Reserve

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The Brown County Sheriff’s Reserve is a uniformed Sheriff’s Office organization open to any person that is 21years of age and holds, at minimum, a valid POST part-time peace officers license. Each Reserve member must serve a minimum of 8 hours each month on assigned duty. The areas of service include riding along with regular patrol deputies, crowd control at various functions in the county, and other enforcement duties.

Reserve members are called upon to secure crime scenes, render assistance during natural disasters, and to join search parties. In addition, Reserve members perform snowmobile patrol in the winter as well as boat patrol duties in the summer. Reserve members serve with a deep sense of pride attained from participating in the law enforcement process and an appreciation from other members of the Sheriff’s Office.

 


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