Community Programs

National Night Out

National Night out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police, other emergency services, and neighbors together under positive circumstances.

2019 Brillion National Night Out:  Stay tuned for additional information
WHEN:
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
TIME: TBD
WHERE: TBD
WHAT: TBD
COST: Free

 

Ride Along Program

It is the desire of the Brillion Police Department to provide those that are interested with the opportunity to ride along with our officers to show participants the day-to-day operations of a patrol officer. Our goal is to promote positive community relations with this unique educational experience of what it is like to be a police patrol officer. To schedule a ride along, please contact the Brillion Police Department at (920)756-2221.  Prior to approval of any ride along request, a background check of the participant will be completed, and a Waiver/Request Form will need to be completed by the participant.

RIDE ALONG REQUEST/WAIVER FORM

 

School Resource Officer

The Brillion Police Department works in partnership with the Brillion Public School District by providing a School Resource Officer (SRO).  The SRO works in cooperation with the schools in a proactive manner to deal with youth concerns before they become youth problems. Working in partnership with the schools provides an opportunity to implement programs aimed primarily at prevention of delinquent behavior through education, communication, and understanding among the school, youth, police, and the community.

The Brillion Police Department School Resource Officer is Officer B. Bastian. See our Contact Us page if you need to contact him directly.

 

Drug Drop Box

The Brillion Police Department aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs. The drug drop off box is located in the main hallway at the Brillion Municipal Building at 130 Calumet Street, and is available all year during regular business hours.

Do's and Don'ts for the Drug Drop Box:

DO's DO NOT's

Do put unused and/or expired medication in drop box

Don’t put loose pills in drop box

Do put over the counter medication in drop box

Don’t put sharps in drop box (needles, syringes)

Do put prescription medication in drop box

Don’t put non-medical inhalers in drop box

Do leave medication in original container

Don’t put hazardous chemical waste in drop box

Do cross off your name, but do not cover up the name of the medication

Don’t put mercury products in drop box