The Dane County Sheriff’s Office is eliminating the Off-Duty Employment authorization system, which allowed groups or individuals to contract with individual deputies for law enforcement services.

Beginning January 1, 2013 law enforcement services provided by Dane County Deputies will be contracted and coordinated through the Dane County Sheriff’s Office Supplemental Employment system.

When requesting law enforcement services under the Supplemental Employment system you will need to fill out one of the following:
Dane County Sheriff's Office Application and Agreement to Hire Supplemental Employment Deputies

You may also obtain a form by contacting Allysa Wagner at 284-2168. The form must be submitted to Allysa Wagner at least 10 days prior to your event. When submitting the application and agreement you must also submit proof of insurance in the amounts listed.

Requests for law enforcement services under this system will be coordinated by Allysa Wagner and managed by Lt. Trevor Greiber. Please read over the enclosed form for the details on costs, staffing and insurance. If you have questions please feel free to contact Allysa Wagner or Lt. Trevor Greiber at the numbers or email addresses listed on the form.



Q – What services will deputies provide?
A – Deputies working Supplemental Employment may only be used for law enforcement related functions. Deputies can provide security or assist with traffic control.

Q – Will deputies check I.D.s at the door to ensure proper drinking age?
A – No. Deputies will not check I.D.s at the door, but will provide security and crowd control functions at events serving alcoholic beverages.

Q – Can I request a specific deputy or deputies for my event?
A – A specific deputy or deputies can be requested for events, but with some restrictions. If 10 or more deputies will be required to work the event, up to 5 of those deputies can be specifically requested, or be "core" members. For a 5 –10 deputy assignment, up to 2 deputies can be "core" members. An event that requires 5 deputies or less, 1 of those deputies can be a "core" member.

Q – How many deputies will be required for my event?
A – You may request a single deputy, or however many deputies you feel is appropriate for your event. However, for deputy and public safety, the Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to mandate additional deputies or supervisors based on its own assessment of the event.

Q – I would like to use deputies on an ongoing basis, do I need to complete an application each time?
A – No. The, "Application and Agreement to Hire" will not need to be completed each time deputies are used. Continuing / ongoing assignments will only need to be renewed on an annual basis. A long term schedule, or monthly calendar, can be provided to the Sheriff’s Office following initial approval of the application.

Q – How soon do I need to submit my application?
A – The sooner the better. The application indicates a minimum of (10) business days is needed, but more time increases the likelihood that a sufficient number of deputies will be available to work the event. The Sheriff’s Office makes no guarantee that a sufficient number of deputies will be available, and short notice makes staffing events even more difficult.