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Brown county EMT was organized in 1984 as the agency responsible for bringing modern EMS services to the county. In addition to EMT training and certifications, the association discovered there was a gap in rescue services. Members decided to start doing auto extractions and heavy-duty rescues in the county, because the fire departments did not all have the ability to do so at the time. BCEMT operated Squad 1 and responded county-wide on any rescue call. All 45 members of the rescue team are volunteers from all over Brown County. 

In 2018, the Brown County Public Safety Training Institute was created to provide basic life-saving training to public safety agencies, which includes a basic EMT course. Since most of the county's fire department now provided extrication services, and EMT training was covered by the new Training Institute, the Brown County EMT was dissolved.

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