The Village of Allouez contracts with the Brown County Sheriff’s Department to protect and serve its residents. Any violation or complaint should be reported to the Sheriff’s Department. The non-emergency number is (920) 391-7450. View a crime map of calls for service in our area.

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Directed Enforcement Officer

Allouez employs one Directed Enforcement Officer (DEO) to assist in crime prevention. The Directed Enforcement Officer (DEO) is a Brown County Sheriff’s deputy assigned to patrol the Village of Allouez. Duties include:

  • Crime prevention
  • Criminal investigations
  • Serving as a liaison between the Village and the Sheriff’s Department
  • Enforcing local ordinances and state statutes
  • Community policing
  • Traffic enforcement and safety

DEO contact information for complaints and other non-emergencies:
Officer Jason Vogel (920) 448-2800 ex 109

Prescription Drug Collections:

Waste pharmaceuticals are a far reaching issue that affects more than just hazardous waste programs. These unused drugs present opportunities for environmental contamination, drug abuse and accidental poisonings. Proper disposal through collection events is necessary to insure the drugs are completely destroyed by incineration. Taking the easy way out and simply throwing your unused medications in the trash or flushing down the drain can lead to significant environmental problems.

Ongoing Collections:

Village of Allouez, 1900 Libal Street- during office hours.

Brown County Sheriff’s Department, 2684 Development Drive- Bellevue – Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm, except holidays

Green Bay Police Department, 307 South Adams St.; Drop box in lobby, available 7 days a week, 7 am to 10 pm

Village of Ashwaubenon Public Safety, 2155 Holmgren Way; Drop box in Public Safety lobby, available M-F, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Accepted materials include pills, liquids, salves, powders, inhalers and pet meds. No sharps or biological material. Collections are for Brown County Residents only and offered at no cost to participants.

For more information contact the Recycling Hotline at the Brown County Library by calling (920) 448-4400, Option 3.

In an emergency, always call 9-1-1!