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Police Department


514 Railroad Street


Village Marshal Kurt Stuckart may be contacted at 920-583-6800 or email:


Brownsville Police Dept. 2021 Annual Report

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My name is Kurt Stuckart, as you may or may not know, I am your new Marshal for the Village of Brownsville! I am truly honored and blessed to be apart of this amazing community. My goal for this community is to keep it safe, so it can continue to be an enjoyable place to visit and also reside. I have been around the community for six years now. I am still “new” compared to my wife, Nicole, who has lived in the Village of Brownsville almost her entire life. It is a community where we want our children to feel safe and grow. My favorite part of being in law enforcement, especially for a small community like ours, is having the flexibility to get out of the squad and talk to residents and take part in activities. While in soccer season, I have been able to play soccer with the kids. I have been scored on several times while playing goalie and forced to run countless laps. I even joined the library when they had Ms. Kim showing her amazing animals. I have heard this is a “one man department.” Having been in law enforcement for several years now, I know this is far from the truth. We are a team. I count on you for ideas to accomplish my goals and goals you may have as well. I will be relying on you to also keep an eye out for any concerning activity. I am hopeful you will all continue to respect your neighbors, to follow our ordinances, state and federal laws.

I want to thank Bradley Seymour, who recently retired from our Village after many years of service. Bradley gained the respect of our community and was someone we counted on and knew would be available at our worst times. I also want to thank his wife, Mary Seymour, as she supported Bradley in his law enforcement endeavors. On behalf of the Village of Brownsville, we miss you both! Be safe and enjoy retirement!

As a reminder, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to meeting you all and working together.


Thank you, Marshal Kurt Stuckart



346.89 (4m) No person may drive any motor vehicle while using a cellular or other wireless telephone, including using the telephone for a purpose other than communication, where persons engaged in work in a highway maintenance or construction area or in a utility work area, or emergency or roadside response area are at risk from traffic, except to report an emergency. This subsection does not apply to the use of a voice-operated or hands-free device if the driver of the motor vehicle does not use his or her hands to operate the device, except to activate or deactivate a feature or function of the device.

This law change makes it unlawful to be talking on a non-hands free cellphone  while driving thru work zones, areas where highway or utility workers are present and areas where emergency vehicles are present which includes law enforcement vehicles on traffic stops.

Conviction for this offense has a minimum forfeiture of $162.70 plus 4 points accessed against your driving record.


Speeding fines are doubled…

Fines are doubled for persons exceeding the speed limit where  persons engaged in work in a highway maintenance or construction area or in a utility work area, or emergency or roadside response area are at risk from traffic and also where sanitation workers are at risk from traffic and the operator knows or should know that sanitation workers are present.

Brownsville Police Dept. Use of Force Policy
- A copy of the policy may also be obtained by contacting the Brownsville Police Dept.
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