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Brown County Sheriff's Office Changes

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Seidl009Brown County introduces Jason Seidl as the newly elected County Sheriff. 


Your comments, suggestions, and questions regarding your Sheriff’s Office are welcome and valuable to our continued success. Please feel free to contact me by phone at (507) 233-6700, by mail at 15 South Washington Street, New Ulm Minnesota 56073, or by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Press Releases:

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Vitals™ Aware - Recognizing an increasing senior population and a rising number of service calls to individuals in distress, the Sheriff’s Office and Police Department have joined forces to join the Vitals™ community. Vitals™ enrollees, or their family members, voluntarily provide the individualized information in this cutting-edge program revolving around technological innovation. When officers respond to calls regarding Vitals enrollees, they immediately receive important information on their smart phones that will help them de-escalate or resolve a situation by providing a response catered to a person’s specific needs and vulnerabilities.


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FREE GUN LOCK! - The Brown County Sheriff's Office has free gun locks available.  You can pick one up in the lobby area of the LEC anytime during business hours.