NOW HIRING - Learn more at https://t.co/v38o50qeWa. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the positions of Deputy Sheriff and Detention Officer.
*Update as of June 4th 2020, the curfew that was implemented by the Polk County Board of Supervisors has been lifted effective immediately.* For more information click the link below. https://t.co/FrTVkNPsSO
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
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.
Polk County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Matt Moro Racing for their generosity earlier this week as they provided lunch to the staff at the Polk County Jail. Thank you for your support and all those pizzas!
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.
This week you will see an increase in officers working the interstates and highways around Polk County. We are asking drivers to SLOW DOWN and abide by the posted speed limit. Being safe doesn’t just mean social distancing and good hygiene. Our goal is to get you home safely.
Several people have reported that they are receiving phone calls informing them that their social security number has been suspended. The caller states this situation can be fixed by providing some personal information, such as your date of birth or confirming your social
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office is proud to support Autism awareness month and has placed support ribbons on several patrol cars for the month. We were honored to have Erin Enyart, the Associate Director at Autism Society of Iowa and family join us in this initiative.