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BO
Scott County Jail Unsung Hero Award goes to Officer Bo! The Unsung Hero citation was created to recognize outstanding performance by staff who step up and go above and beyond in their duties for the jail. This quarter’s unsung hero has become an everyday fixture in our jail. Since the month of July...
Posted: January 29, 2021
Geigle
Sheriff Tim Lane swore in our new Reserve Deputy Joshua Geigle today. He will be joining as a volunteer to assist our citizens of Scott County. Reserve Geigle is also known to the people of the Walcott area with his 19 ½ years of service with the Walcott Fire Department. We would like to...
Posted: January 21, 2021
McCaffrey and Peters
Please welcome Scott County Jails newest Correctional Officers, Officer McCaffrey and Officer Peters joined the Correctional team on January 11th 2021. Both have served in US Military Services, McCaffrey served in the Army Reserves and Peters continues his service with the National Guard. They are...
Posted: January 21, 2021
Emergency Management Scott County logo.
With the upcoming winter storm, road conditions in Scott County could vary widely and vary depending upon the storm’s track & timing. Road conditions in some locations could be EXTREMELY treacherous and hazardous, especially in the rural areas of Scott County. The Scott County Emergency Management Agency, Scott County Sheriff’s Office and the Scott County Secondary Roads recommend residents to avoid travel and outdoor activity when possible. Be especially careful on sidewalks, decks, patios, outdoor stairs, and parking lots. Exercise extreme caution if you go outside. Remember as you begin to clear snow that the surface below could be icy and slippery. Slips and falls may happen. We ask all residents within Scott County to use EXTREME caution if you have to travel out and remember that even if a roadway, sidewalk, or driveway appears to be clear, it could still be very icy. Please monitor your local news stations or the National Weather Service for weather updates and changes.
Posted: December 29, 2020
Deputy Jager
Deputy Kyle Jager graduated today from the 293rd Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. He will be going through our Field Training Program for the next many weeks and will be joining our Patrol Division once complete. Deputy Jager was born and raised in Davenport, Iowa and graduated from Davenport West...
Posted: September 16, 2020
Correction Officers
Please welcome Scott Countys newest Correctional Officers (left to right) Officer George, Officer Burrage, Officer Ryan and Officer Ozmon. They will attend 12 weeks of correctional field training and one week at the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. We are very fortunate to have them and look forward...
Posted: September 14, 2020
Sheriffs Office
Another Phone Scam is being reported to the Sheriff’s Office, this time a number of Registered Sex Offenders are being targeted and threatened by arrest over the phone if they don’t provide money (gift cards) requested. Their information is being located on public websites which allows the scammers...
Posted: September 8, 2020
Small grass fire.
September 9, 2020 12:00 PM - Countywide Burn Ban has been Rescinded for Scott County, Iowa The Scott County Emergency Management Agency, in conjunction with the local fire chiefs and the State Fire Marshall’s Office, has determined that the dangers with open burning have been reduced enough to lift...
Posted: September 3, 2020
Notice: County services are open by web, email, phone, and by appointment . If planning a visit, please contact the office or department for more information about their appointment process. Visitors to County buildings are expected to wear a mask or face covering in compliance with the Governor's proclamation.
Posted: September 1, 2020
Bulman
Deputy Bulman was recognized July 30th at the State Capital for his dedication and his work with processing impaired drivers that were under the influence of drugs in Scott County. In the last year he performed 51 drugged evaluations which was the most in the State of Iowa out of 127 DRE’s (Drug...
Posted: July 31, 2020

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