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Special Feature
Little Free Library

The 2015-2016 Leadership Siouxland group collaborated with Junior League of Sioux City, Knoepfler Chevrolet, Sioux City Journal and the Mayor's Youth Commission to create a "little free library" that is now on display in the lobby of the Sioux City Police Department, where children and adults will be able to borrow books. For more information on Little Free Library and it's mission, go to www.littlefreelibrary.org

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Two sent to hospital with stab wounds

On Feb. 21, 2016 at 1:45 pm, the Sioux City Police Department received a report of a stabbing at 1517 Pierce St. Officers arrived on scene and located two adult males with stab wounds to the abdomen.

Both subjects were transported to Mercy Medical Center for treatment. The injuries do not appear to be life threatening.

The incident is still under investigation by the Sioux City Police Department.

 
Recent News
Sioux City Police
Scams Target Flood Victims

The Sioux City Police Department has received reports of con artists contacting those impacted by the flood posing as cell phone carriers. The scam is an attempt to obtain victims credit card and bank account numbers by "verifying" payment methods. 

The Con Artist tells the vicitm that their cell phone payment did not go through and needs to be resubmitted. Once credit card or debit card information is obtained, charges are made or the bank account emptied. The scam is mainly targeting those in the Dakota Dunes area now that they are receiving national attention. This and other scams are expected to expand to other areas affected by the rising waters.

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Police Department Makes Sergeant Promotion

fleckensteinjayThe Sioux City Police Department has promoted Jay Fleckenstein to rank of Sergeant.  Jay has been with the Police Department since 1997.  He has worked all three Uniform Patrol shifts, the Alcohol Safety Program, and was an Investigator for five years.  Jay has been assigned to the position of Supervisor of the K-9 Program, along with his K-9 Eik.  

 
National Training Center

As of January 1, 2012 all funding for the National Training Center (NTC) has ended. We will not be hosting any classes at this time.

The NTC was the vision of Congressman Tom Latham in who worked to secure funding in 1997 with the first classes beginning in November of 1998. Since that time, 23,699 officers have received valuable training in the 885 classes that were put on. These classes were free of charge for the officers attending. They have covered topics ranging from drug investigations, interviews and interrogations, court room testifying, marksmanship instructor, and SWAT training. Officers from 42 states have attended classes at the NTC.

“We hope that in the future we can secure funds to get the National Training Center running again. The training provided there benefitted officers from departments that normally would not have been able to afford these types of classes. We greatly appreciate all the support that Congressman King and Senators Grassley and Harkin have provided over the years,” said Doug Young, Chief of Police for the Sioux City Police Department.

“We got the most training that we could for the funds we were provided. My biggest goal was to make sure that officers were not only trained on how to do their jobs better but more importantly, get him safely,” Sergeant Mike Hamm said. Sgt Hamm directed classes and training at the NTC.

 
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Sioux City Police Department

601 Douglas St.
Sioux City, IA 51101

phone: 712-279-6440
fax: 712-279-6148

lnoltze@sioux-city.org

To Report a Non-Emergency Crime or Accident
712/279-6960

Victim Advocacy Program or 
Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Contact the Victim Assistance Coordinator
at 712-279-6398 or 
the Council's web site.

PROJECT LIFESAVER - IOWA

Project Lifesaver is a project
that provides a tracking system
to locate individuals who have
the tendency to wander and become lost.

Project Lifesaver International

or contact Rita Donnelly 712-279-6424
rdonnelly@sioux-city.org