Dodge County Sheriff’s Office Celebrates Two Retirements

(Juneau) A key figure in the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office is retiring. Chief Deputy Scott Mittelstadt has retired after a 28-year career in law enforcement.

Sheriff’s officials say Mittelstadt molded many leaders in their agency and helped put them in a position for a very successful future. Mittelstadt was with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office for just under six years.

Prior to that, he put in 22 years with the Sheboygan Police Department as an officer, sergeant, and lieutenant. While with the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office, he was operations captain and chief deputy. He also coordinated the county’s Child Abduction Response Team and leadership training.

Twenty-two-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, Corrections Office Curt Knoll, is also retiring. Knoll had served as transport officer, fire training instructor, emergency preparedness member, as well as a member of the search team during his tenure.

Sheriff’s officials add that Knoll was always steady and professional in his service and will continue to serve his local community in a different capacity.

Photos courtesy of the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page