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

*****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

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

Our updated cover photo is courtesy of Debbie Felsing. Thank you Debbie 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.

We wish you all a very safe and Happy New Year! Please celebrate responsibly!

***FIREWORKS REMINDER*** With New Year's Eve quickly approaching, we wanted to remind you of the change to our fireworks ordinance covering the use of fireworks within city limits. Consumer fireworks use is restricted to December 31 beginning at 10:00 p.m. and ending at 12:30 a.m. on January 1 (2.5 hours). Fireworks outside of these dates and times will not be tolerated and the offender will be subject to a minimum fine of $250 and a maximum fine of $625.00 if found guilty. Both adults and minors can be charged with the violation. If fireworks are being used at a residence and no individual claims responsibility, the homeowner will be cited for Disorderly House, 5-5A-7 of the City Code, with a fine up to $625.00. Sky Lanterns and Chinese Lanterns are illegal in the City of Bettendorf. Please be aware that officers have been instructed to have a Zero Tolerance policy and that offenders will be charged. Remember to mind your manners and be respectful as this is an arrestable offense. Stay safe and Happy New Year!

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

The men and women of the Bettendorf Police Department wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas!

Our updated cover photo is courtesy of Matt Shaffer. Thank you Matt for submitting your photo and letting us use it for our cover photo and to help us think of cooler days!! 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. Thank you

It is so great to have a caring community! We want to thank Pastor Tim Scott of the Bettendorf Christian Church and our Middle Road Starbucks (especially Ory and Noah). Pastor Tim opened the church's doors after hours so that people could seek shelter and warmth while emergency crews handled the fire, and Starbucks donated coffee and hot chocolate to the police and fire personnel who were at the scene to help warm them up after being out in the cold for an extended period of time. We appreciate YOU! http://wqad.com/2017/12/12/emergency-crews-respond-to-bettendorf-apartment-fire/

On December 14th, 2017, Officer Wyatt Flickinger, badge number 4112, was sworn in by Bettendorf Mayor, Robert Gallagher. Congratulations Wyatt! Welcome aboard!!

Bettendorf Police welcomed two new officers to the department this week. On December 13th, 2017, Officer Zachary Gish, badge number 4111, was sworn in by Bettendorf Mayor, Robert Gallagher. Congratulations Zachary! Welcome aboard!!

Our Angel tree delivery was today. Thank you to all of you who helped make the holidays a little brighter for the seniors in our community!

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

Rest in Peace Corporal Chapman. Your watch has ended. We will hold the line. UNA STAMUS

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

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

Earlier today, Bettendorf Police Officers volunteered to shop with 20 kids who are involved with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi Valley. The 10 officers were matched with two "Littles", who were each given a $75 gift card to purchase Christmas gifts for their immediate family. After shopping and wrapping gifts, the group enjoyed a pizza lunch. The inaugural "Littles with Law Enforcement" event was a great success and was made possible through donations from the Walmart Community Grant Foundation and the Bettendorf Peace Officer's Association.

A second BIG thank you goes to everyone who selected angels off our tree at the event today! As you can see, we still have some angels left--40 to be exact. Please stop by, like Trinidie and Kamerin did, and help us clear off our tree to ensure that every senior receives a gift this year! For many seniors, the gift you give them may be the only gift they receive this year. Remember, our deadline to receive the gifts is December 11. Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who showed up and contributed to this year's Toy Drive!! It was a HUGE success. We topped last year's record of 4+ squads and received enough toys to completely pack 6 squads this year! On top of that we also received $325 in monetary donations for Operation Toy Soldier. Thank you for helping us give back to our local military families who sacrifice so much for our country! We look forward to beating our record again next year!