The town of Freedom, Wisconsin voted on Wednesday to disband its police department consisting of two full-time and one part-time sworn officer.

According to WBAY-TV, the measure to dissolve the department passed by a 3-2 vote, paving the way for all police services to be conducted by the county police force.

"The county handles 75 percent of the calls that come in for the town. We are paying $225,000 for a department that handles 25 percent of the calls in this town. That doesn't make sense to me," town supervisor Brandon Conrad said.

It is unclear whether or not the Freedom PD officers will be hired by the county agency.