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Police Chief Position Information
The City of University Heights seeks a qualified professional for the position of Police Chief. The Police Chief will be a full-time working supervisor responsible for all administrative and patrol functions. Please send resume, completed application (including references), and professional certifications to the following address no later than July 31, 2014.
The Hon. Louise From
Mayor, City of University Heights
1004 Melrose Avenue
University Heights,Iowa 52246
to welcome you to the University Heights Police Department home
The staff of our police department are dedicated to providing the
city of University Heights with professional, courteous, and
efficient police services. Our goal is to assist and cooperate with
our citizens and other agencies within our community and to provide
a safe and secure living environment for our citizens.
We are proud of the police protection that we offer. If you have any
questions or comments, contact one of the officers on duty or send
an e-mail directly to me from the website.
Thank you for taking an interest in our department.
Chief of Police
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
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.