Polk County Jail Lobby Visitation resumes on Sunday, October 16, 2022. Please see the below flyer for more information.
Snow and ice season is here. At this time of year, Iowa roads can go from clear to wet to snowy to icy in a very short distance. Unless the weather is sunny and clear and pavement temperatures are above freezing, you should always be prepared for slick spots.
PCSO is launching L.O.S.T (Loved Ones Stay Together) Program. It is a proactive initiative to assist officers in locating and identifying persons suffering from Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism or any other medical conditions which could result in them becoming lost or wandering.
There is still time to register to join tonight or for an upcoming class. https://t.co/Gc84FsIGBW PCSO is offering free "Active Shooter: Run, Hide, Fight" training presentations for community businesses, organizations, groups and schools.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office would like to share this tribute video honoring law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
The Polk County Sheriff's Office has added an option to our phone tree number to include COVID-19 scams and other scams that our citizens in the community may be currently dealing with. We urge the community to call 515-286-3333, then choose option 6, to speak to a live Deputy.
Check out our Facebook post learn about how Polk County Sheriff's Office has been supporting Autism awareness month and to learn about our Loved Ones Stay Together (L.O.S.T) program. https://t.co/ceaZhkN0Js
Join the movement #aworldofhearts on our Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Iowa Facebook page to help create solidarity during these trying times. You can print off the Polk County badge/heart decal and place it in your window. #strongertogether #aworldofhearts
National Child Abuse Prevention Month recognizes the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect. To find out about more services Polk County offers click the link- https://t.co/LcamydqKLL
PCSO is teaming up with other area Law Enforcement agencies to conduct a traffic safety enforcement project on 5/11/22 from 7:30am -11:00am. This project is in conjunction with the Governor’s Traffic Safe Bureau (GTSB), to help reduce fatalities and serious injuries on roadways.