Coralville Police Department

  • Agency: Coralville Police Department
  • Address: 1503 5th St., Coralville, 52241 IA
  • Chief:
Phone: 319.248.1800
Fax: 319.248.1888

Coralville Police Department is located at 1503 5th St., Coralville, 52241 IA. The Coralville Police Department phone number is 319.248.1800.

Coralville Police Department News

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We're currently trying to identify the following male subject regarding a criminal mischief incident (C17003258) that occurred in the early morning hours on Saturday, October 7th, 2017. We understand the photos are not the best, however if anyone can provide information into this subject's identification, we'd appreciate it. Thank you! Contact the Coralville Police Department (319) 248-1800 or Iowa City Area CrimeStoppers with any information.

Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, October 28th from 10am-2pm. There will be a drop-box in the front lobby for all of your unused medication. For more on Drug Take Back Day, see the attached poster and information release! Any questions, please contact Officer Jennings at the police department at (319) 248-1800 or ajennings@coralville.org. Thank you!

Come on down to Starbucks!

Just a reminder that we're hosting Coffee with a Cop tomorrow morning at Starbucks from 8am-10am! We'll have a limited number of official CPD Fidget Spinners and other swag to hand out, so stop on by!

The City of Coralville, along with our partners from the University of Iowa DeGowin Blood Center are hostig a blood drive at Coralville City Hall, inside the City Council Chambers on Friday October 20th from 1-5pm. Sign up for time slots at UIDEGOWINBLOODCENTER.ORG or as always, WALK-INS are welcome. Please Note: It is important to be well hydrated and it is recommended to increase the amount of salt in your diet the day before donating. If you have any questions regarding the blood drive, contact Mike Barney at mbarney@coralville.org or Chad Wendel and cwendel@coralville.org. Thank you!

Chief Kron spent some time yesterday with the 2nd grade "Lil' Schroedies" at Garner Elementary making balloon flowers. Check this out! Thanks for the invite Gators!

Hey everyone, don't forget about National Coffee with a Cop Day! It's next Wednesday, Oct. 4th at Starbucks (2nd St location) from 8-10am. We'll have plenty of officers and staff on site, so plan to stop by and say hello!

The ribs came out great and all of the families (and officers ๐Ÿ˜‰) enjoyed the food! Kudos to the staff at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois for the hospitality. We'll be back soon.

A few of our officers are over at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois prepping dinner for the families who are staying there. On the menu tonight: smoked ribs, beans, coleslaw and brownies. It smells amazing and it's just started smoking! #CommunityPolicing #CopsWhoCook #BBQ

National Coffee with a Cop day is a day dedicated to encourage communication and positive interactions between law enforcement agencies and the public. The day began as part of National Community Policing Week in 2016 and now continues each year on the first Wednesday in October furthering efforts nationwide to bridge the gap between the community and the law. This yearโ€™s event is set for Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017 from 8am-10am. Come out and talk with our CPD officers, ask questions and enjoy some Starbucks coffee!

Avast ye, mind the speed limit 'round town scallywags! It'll cost many doubloons if ye don't! #TalkLikeAPirateDay2017

Congrats Nate on winning the Coralville Public Library Summer Reading Program's ride-along grand prize! Great job Nate!

**Update** This subject has been identified. Thank you. Grab your detective monacle and get to work. Can you identify the following subject? He is a suspect in a theft that happened in late August at Casey's (2nd St. location) in Coralville. He was seen driving away in a Ford 500 and is believed to frequent the area. Any information, let Iowa City Area CrimeStoppers know! https://iccrimestoppers.com/2017/09/18/theft-investigation/

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth today and to all the kids who provided their handprints for our new squad car! When the car wrap design for our new car is ready, you'll see it here first. #CommunitySupported

Come on out to Move it, Dig it, Do it! Make a handprint and be a part of something special!

Come out to "Move it, Dig it, Do it" this Sunday from 11am until 5pm at the Coral Ridge Mall! The event is located in the parking lot near the Iowa Children's Museum. We'll have officers and a police car at the Safety Village booth! Come say hi, grab a sticker and get your handprint taken!

**Update** We have identified the following subjects and no longer need any assistance. We appreciate everyone's help! (9/14/17 at 0838hrs) On September 9th, 2017 the following three subjects along with a 4th (not pictured) stole approximately $500.00 worth of clothing and items from a local department store in the Coralville area. If you can assist in identifying one or all of the subjects, please contact Iowa City Area CrimeStoppers. (C17002804) Thank you. https://iccrimestoppers.com/2017/09/13/shoplifting/

Door-to-Door Sales, a reminder from the Coralville Police Department. If you have any questions, please contact our Community Relations Officer, Adam Jennings.

Just a reminder not to wire money to people you do not know or trust. If you have any questions, call us at (319) 248-1800, we won't request any of your money, promise. Thank you

Just a reminder for the planners out there! The next Safe Kids Johnson County(IA) Car Seat event will be Wednesday, Sept. 13th from 5pm-7:30pm at U of I Health Care at 1360 North Dodge St. in Iowa City.

Happy FRYfest Friday everyone! We'll have officers down at the Iowa River Landing all day, say hi ๐Ÿ‘‹ and have a great holiday weekend!

Have you seen this motorcycle? If you have any information contact Iowa City Area CrimeStoppers.

We are now on Instagram! Search "CoralvillePD" and follow us! Thanks and have a great day.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Texas, the City of Houston, its citizens and all of the areas hit by Hurricane Harvey. We've dealt with flooding ourselves over the years and know that now is the time to reach out and help each other. Be safe and know your cities will be okay and you will rebuild better and stronger than ever before!