Bettendorf Police Department

  • Agency: Bettendorf Police Department
  • Address: 1609 State St, Bettendorf, 52722 IA
  • Chief:
Phone: (563) 344-4015
Fax: (563) 344-4133

Bettendorf Police Department is located at 1609 State St, Bettendorf, 52722 IA. The Bettendorf Police Department phone number is (563) 344-4015.

Bettendorf Police Department News

Rest in Peace Deputy Stanton. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Corrections Officer Bunker. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Commander Bauer. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Officer Weathers. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

*****MEDIA RELEASE***** On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 12:56pm, Bettendorf Police responded to a shots fired incident in the 2500blk of Magnolia Drive. Upon arrival it was confirmed that a shooting had taken place and that some of the rounds fired entered the residence at 2540 Magnolia Drive along with impacting two vehicles parked nearby the residence causing damage. At the time of the shooting, the residence was occupied but no injuries were reported. At the time of the shooting, a vehicle was possibly observed driving by with 3-4 occupants. The description of that vehicle is not available at this time. No more information is available, as this is an active investigation. If anyone has any information related to this incident please call Bettendorf Police Department at 563-344-4015 ext. 9, or call Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500.

*****MEDIA RELEASE***** The State of the City Address will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at the Waterfront Convention Center, 2021 State Street. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. Opening remarks and lunch begin at 11:30 a.m. Mayor Robert Gallagher will present the State of the City Address at approximately 12:15 p.m. The public is invited to attend the luncheon and/or the State of the City Address. Lunch is $10 per person/pay at the door. Only cash or check at the door. The public can attend only the presentation for free if they do not want to pay for the lunch. The State of the City address is an annual presentation by the Mayor of Bettendorf bringing government officials, business owners, civic leaders, and residents together to reflect on City accomplishments from the past year and to review plans for the future.

Rest in Peace Officer Morelli. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Officer Joering. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Officer Maddox. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Officer Sherrard. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Reserve Officer Condit. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Deputy Belanger. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Deputy Sheriff Flick. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Congratulations Captain Kimball!!!! The City Council will approve the appointment of Captain Keith Kimball to Police Chief at the Tuesday, February 6, 2018 City Council meeting. Captain Kimball will replace Chief Phil Redington, who will retire in May of this year. Captain Kimball has been with the Bettendorf Police Department for 28 years and has been promoted up through the ranks from patrol officer, sergeant, lieutenant, and most recent captain. Through the years, some of his duties included school liaison officer, field training officer, evidence technician, supervisory role for the Emergency Response Unit, detective, patrol commander, and field services patrol division commander. He is married to his wife Christy and has been a resident of Bettendorf for most of his career. “It has been an honor and privilege serving this community over the past 28 years in various roles and positions with the Bettendorf Police Department and I am looking forward to my upcoming appointment as Police Chief,” said Captain Kimball. “I don’t take this responsibility lightly or for granted and know that there will be new challenges and issues that lie ahead for our department and community. As Police Chief, I want to continue our mission and philosophy of being a community oriented police department always being as transparent, accountable, and responsive to the community and the citizens we serve. I look forward to working with the Mayor, City Council, and City Administration, and having their continued support.” Mayor Bob Gallagher adds, “The City of Bettendorf has had the privilege and honor to have Phil Redington as our Police Chief for the past 25 years. We understand his decision to retire and we wish him the best. We are now looking forward to a new chapter in the Bettendorf Police Department. Keith will continue the high-level of service the department offers our residents and will be a great asset to the City’s executive team.” Captain Kimball will begin his duties as chief in May of this year.

Rest in Peace Officer Doss. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Deputy Gumm. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Our updated cover photo is courtesy of Marissa Horner. Thank you Marissa for submitting your photo and letting us use it for our cover photo!! Remember to send your photos, in and around Bettendorf, so we can update our cover photo every few weeks. You can send your photos by message to our page or email them to bpdfb@bettendorf.org.

Rest in Peace Deputy U.S. Marshal Hill. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

Rest in Peace Detective Doty. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS...

*****TRAFFIC DETOUR UPDATE*****

*****MEDIA RELEASE***** Bettendorf Police Department needs your help regarding a residential burglary incident. On Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at approximately 5:36 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 5200 block of Taylor Avenue, Bettendorf, reference a burglary to a residence where the homeowner was present. The suspect brandished a firearm and forced his way into the home. After an altercation inside, the suspect fled on foot. The suspect was described as a white male in his early to mid-30’s, approximately 5’8” tall, and 175 lbs. He was wearing dark pants, a black jacket, and stocking cap. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Jeff Buckles, Bettendorf Police Department, at 563-344-4039.

Rest in Peace Deputy McCartney. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS..

Rest in Peace Officer Beaudion. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UMA STAMUS..

Rest in Peace Lieutenant Robateau. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

Rest in Peace Trooper Anson. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS