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University Heights

Police Department

1004 Melrose Avenue

University Heights, IA  52246

Phone/Fax: (319) 887-6800

Dispatch: (319) 356-6800

Email: police@uhpolice.org

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Welcome New Police Chief, Ken Stanley

 

New Police Chief, Ken Stanley, was welcomed to town on Sunday, November 2nd, at an Open House held at the City Office. Chief Stanley was sworn in by Mayor Louise From

Read Chief Stanley's Remarks here

Reserve Officer Recruitment


We are accepting applications for the position of reserve police officer from 11/5/14 through 12/1/14. To receive application materials, stop in the City Office, 1004 Melrose Ave, between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM weekdays. Or you may email Police Chief Ken Stanley.

Mission Statement

 

We will strive to help ensure the quality of life and safety in University Heights by taking all reasonable steps necessary to deter crime and to apprehend and prosecute those responsible for criminal activity.

 

We will assist citizens when possible and be fair and impartial in our actions and maintain a professional demeanor in all dealings with the public.

 

We will enforce all state, local, and federal laws to the best of our ability, with public well-being as our ultimate goal. 

 

CrimeStoppers

 

The Iowa City Area CrimeStoppers program is a collaborative effort between local law enforcement groups and concerned citizens.

If you know of criminal activity within Johnson County, call CrimeStoppers at 358-TIPS (8477) and a trained operator will take your information. You will not have to give your name. You will be asked for details such as the type of crime, identity of person(s) committing the acts, and location of the crime, along with any other pertinent details that investigators need.

Even if you do know the identity of the suspect, a description of the person is helpful to investigators. Many times there are multiple people in an area that have the same name so the more information you can provide the better. If the information you provided leads to an arrest, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $1000.

 


 

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