Alex Rehbein is originally from Rochester, Minnesota.  Alex earned a Bachelor's Degree in Law Enforcement from Minnesota State University - Mankato.  Alex joined the department in October of 2015 and this is his first position as a law enforcement officer.  Officer Rehbein has one brother and two parents whom he describes as "incredibly supportive people".  Officer Rehbein is engaged to be married with a 2016 wedding planned.  Alex stated that he is a huge hockey fan and loves to spend his spare time watching the Minnesota Wild.  Officer Rehbein is excited to join this department because he likes the small town atmosphere and the opportunity it presents to get to know the people.  You can reach officer Rehbein at

Joseph Steinberg-Hoffman is originally from St. Paul, Minnesota.  Officer Hoffman obtained his Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice from Minnesota State - Mankato.  Joseph began his career with the department in January of 2016 with prior experience working for the Mall of America security team where he had been employed for 16 months.  Officer Hoffman is looking forward to his opportunity to work in this area because he will finally be realizing his dream of becoming a peace officer and he will get the chance to know two new communities and its members.  You can reach Joseph at

Officer Robinson is originally from St. Clair, MN. He attended Rasmussen College where he earned an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement and is currently working on finishing his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. Officer Robinson began working for the department in August of 2013 and this is his first position as a police officer.

Officer Robinson is married and has two daughters.  He currently lives in Montevideo, MN. Officer Robinson enjoys working in the small town environment because he grew up in a smaller community and likes the closeness of cities this size. He enjoys helping others whenever possible and likes meeting new people. Officer Robinson said he looks forward to being part of the Sherburn/Welcome Police Department and the community and will provide assistance in any way he can. You can reach Officer Robinson at

Amanda (Mandi) Cain grew up in Fairmont.  Mandi earned her Associates of Applied Science Degree from Alexandria Technical College.  Her prior experience in law enforcement includes being active in the Fairmont Explorers during high school and was a park ranger for the City of Eden Prairie, Minnesota.  Mandi started working for the department in July of 2004.  Mandi is married and has a son and a step-daughter.  Mandi enjoys working for the department because she likes the small town atmosphere and enjoys the relationships the department has with the citizens.  Mandi likes the idea of contributing positively to the community that she lives in.  You can reach Mandi at

Gina Jorgensen is originally from the Ceylon area.  Gina obtained her law enforcement training at Iowa Lakes Community College and Mankato Hibbing Range for skills training.  Gina has worked for the City of Welcome as a part-time police officer until the Sherburn/Welcome Police Department was formed.  She has worked for this department ever since, becoming a full-time officer in June of 1999.  Gina has also worked part-time for the City of Truman, City of Ceylon and Martin County as a correctional officer.  Gina is married and has two children.  She enjoys working here because of the close relationships within the department as well as the community.  You can reach Gina at

Brad Hughes is originally from Fairmont, Minnesota.  He has an Associate's Degree in Law Enforcement, a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis on Management and Administration and a Master's Degree in Public Administration.  Brad is a graduate of the Minnesota Chiefs of Police C.L.E.O. and Command Academy and completed the Management Series for Police Organizations offered through the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. He is a graduate of the 2013 "Leadership in Police Organizations" training which was modeled after the WestPoint Military Academy and offered through the International Association of Chiefs of Police.   Brad is also certified in Forensic Child Interviewing through CornerHouse.  Brad started his law enforcement career in Tyler, Minnesota.  He also worked for the Trimont, Truman, Sherburn, Amboy and Winnebago Police Departments.  In 1998, Brad was hired as the Chief of Police for the Sherburn/Welcome Police Department and took over the role on January 1, 1999.  He is married to Jennifer and has three children; Derek, Logan and Taylor.  Brad enjoys working for this department because of the closeness of the communities and the relationships that have been built.  You can reach Brad at


Sherburn/Welcome Police Department

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 Sherburn/Welcome  Police  Department

Dylan Post is from Fairmont, Minnesota and comes from a law enforcement family.  Dylan's father was a deputy sheriff with the Martin County Sheriff's Department until his retirement.  

Dylan attended Alexandria Technical and Community College where he obtained his Associates of Applied Science Degree.  Officer Post then completed an intensive internship with the Fairmont Police Department and the Martin County Sheriff's Department.  Dylan joined the department in July of 2015.   This is Officer Post's first job in law enforcement, however, he also started working part-time for the sheriff's office at the same time.  Dylan has one brother who currently attends the University of Minnesota - Duluth.  Dylan looks forward to working for this department because of the small town atmosphere and he is familiar with the area.  You can reach Dylan at

Kyle Brown grew up in Granada, Minnesota. Officer Brown graduated from Riverland Community College in Austin, Minnesota with an Associate's Degree in Law Enforcement and started with the department in October of 2014.  This is Officers Brown's first position as a police officer, however, he did complete and intensive internship with the Fairmont Police Department earlier in 2014.  Kyle has two brothers - one that serves in the National Guard and another that is still a student in school.  Officer brown looks forward to working with the department because he feels in a smaller community he will have a chance to get to know people on a more personal level.  You can reach Officer Brown at