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

Thank you to everyone who called with information about suspects in the credit card fraud post! The individuals were identified and Detective Buckles has been able to speak with them and close the case!

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

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

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

Rest in Peace Sergeant Salaway. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

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

Rest in Peace Collection Operations Manager Bacon. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

Our updated cover photo is courtesy of Sherri Behr DeVrieze. Thank you 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.

******PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT****** Due to the overwhelming number of complaints regarding the use and misuse of fireworks, last year, the City of Bettendorf reviewed and updated the ordinance for the use of fireworks, within the city limits. The Bettendorf City Ordinance regarding fireworks was universally adopted Scott County wide and now specifies: Consumer fireworks are restricted to July 3 and July 4 and can be used from 2:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. each day. Residents are allowed to shoot off fireworks on their own property or have permission from the property owner. Individuals may not shoot off fireworks on public property, streets, or in city parks. This includes Middle Park during the fireworks display. Fireworks outside of the approved dates and times will not be allowed and the offender is subject to a fine. The fines are as follows: first offense $250.00, second offense $400.00, and third or more offenses $625.00. Both adults and minors are subject to fines for violating the fireworks ordinance. If fireworks are being used at a residence and the person responsible for setting off the fireworks does not come forward, the homeowner will be cited for Disorderly House, 5-5A-7 of the City Code, with a fine up to $625.00. This ordinance will be strictly enforced by the Bettendorf Police Department. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Chief Keith Kimball at kkimball@bettendorf.org or 563-344-4020.

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

******MEDIA RELEASE****** On June 9, 2018 at approximately 2223 hours, a 2016 Harley Davidson FLHX “Street Glide” driven by a 40 year old male resident of Davenport, Iowa was traveling west on River Drive when the driver struck the left rear bumper area of a 2008 Chevy Cobalt driven by a 24 year old male resident of Davenport, Iowa. The operator of the Harley Davidson lost control causing the motorcycle to slide on its left side. The operator of the Harley Davidson became separated from the motorcycle during the crash sequence and both the operator and the motorcycle came to final rest in the eastbound lanes of River Drive. The operator of the Harley Davidson was transported to Genesis East Hospital by Medic Ambulance and was eventually transported to the University of Iowa Hospital. The extent of his injuries are not known at this time. The operator of the Harley Davidson was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. The driver of the Chevy Cobalt did not sustain injuries during the crash. The names of the involved parties are being withheld, pending notification of family members. The circumstances of the crash remain under investigation.

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

Rest in Peace Sergeant Baker. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

On May 31st, 2018, Captain Keith Kimball was sworn in as the new Chief of the Bettendorf Police Department. Mayor Robert Gallagher presided over the swearing in ceremony. Please join us in congratulating Chief Kimball!!!

Bettendorf Police bid farewell to Police Chief Phil Redington, who after 41 years of service to the City of Bettendorf, gives his final 10-42 (End of Watch). Congratulations sir!!! Enjoy your much earned retirement!!!

“We must dare to be great; and we must realize that greatness is the fruit of toil and sacrifice and high courage.” —Theodore Roosevelt Thank you to all our military personnel for the sacrifices made for our freedom.

Rest in Peace Chief of Detectives Allee. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

Rest in Peace Special Agent in Charge LeValley. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

Rest in Peace Senior Special Agent Ragsdale. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

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

Rest in Peace Sergeant Swanson. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

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

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

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

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