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Germantown officer retires after 27-year career | By Chief Mike Snow

February 9, 2022 – Germantown, WI – Officer Matt Schubert began his law enforcement career in April of 1995 with the Village of Palmyra, where he worked until December of 1995.



At that time, he was hired by the City of Milwaukee Police Department where he worked until November of 1999. He was hired by the Germantown Police Department in the same month. Last night was his last shift as he has made the decision to retire after serving for 27 years.

Matt will always be remembered as a unique individual with a gift for communicating with people and making them feel at ease. He was a member of our peer support team and was regarded as an officer that was approachable to all and a friend that could be confided in.

In the past, Matt served on the Germantown Emergency Response Team and was a department instructor. He was committed to fitness and shared workout programs and nutrition advice with fellow workers.

Any law enforcement officer will agree that a 27-year commitment to this profession is no small task. The sacrifices made by Matt and his family are too numerous to count. Although we are all saddened to see him go, we celebrate him moving on to the next stage of his life.

On a personal note, I will miss his sense of humor and his unique perspective on topics ranging from sports to politics.

I pray God watches over Matt and his family, that He guides them in all they do and grant them peace.

Chief Snow

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