Midtown District Neighborhood Officers
The mission of the Madison Police Department Neighborhood Police Officers is to create positive change within the specific neighborhood in which they are assigned. This is accomplished by working in a collaborative partnership with the community and neighborhood stakeholders to build trust, break down barriers and enhance the quality of life for all, toward the common goal of a successful, self-sustaining neighborhood.
The mission of the Madison Police Department Neighborhood Resource Officers is to create positive change within multiple neighborhoods or areas in which they are assigned. This is accomplished by working in collaborative partnerships with the community and neighborhood stakeholders to build trust, break down barriers and enhance the quality of life for all, toward the common goal of a successful, self-sustaining neighborhoods. The geographic scope of the NROs is flexible and will change as problems or neighborhood concerns change.
Hello Madison, I'm Officer Keagan Rabe and am currently serving as the Triangle Neighborhood Police Officer. I have been with MPD since 2019, most of which has been spent in the Midtown District. I am part of the Special Event Team and Mental Health Unit. Like my predecessor in the Triangle Neighborhood, I have a commitment to be physically present in my neighborhood as much as possible and can often be found walking around or sitting with residents. I work closely with community stakeholders and am an advocate for my residents to ensure they are connected with the resources they need. I am thrilled to watch my community and residents thrive during my time as the neighborhood officer.
When I'm not in uniform, I enjoy winter camping, hiking, traveling, playing video games, and spending time with my three dogs.
Greetings - I'm Officer Kelly Powers and am currently serving the Midtown District at the Neighborhood Resource Officer. I've been a part of the MPD since 2007 as a Police Officer and have spent most of that time working west of the square in the South, West and Midtown Districts in patrol assignments and in a Community Policing Team. My primary focus will be facilitating problem solving efforts throughout the Midtown District by partnering with both internal MPD resources and external resources.
When I'm not working I focus most of my energy on maintaining good work life balance by spending time with family and dogs, watching baseball, and manicuring my yard.
Hello, I'm Officer Brandon Sheraden and I currently serve as the Allied Drive Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO). I have been with MPD since 2018. As a patrol officer, I spent most of my time working the afternoon shift in the Midtown District. I am a member of the Special Events Team, Mental Health Liaison officer cadre, and serve as a Field Training Officer. As the Allied Drive NPO, I am dedicated to working with the community to address public safety and quality of life concerns.
During my free time, I enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and spending the day on a lake. I am a big sports fan and always enjoy watching or attending football games.