Scott County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Scott County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 400 W. 4th St, Davenport, 52801-1104 IA
  • Chief:
Phone: 563-326-8625
Fax: 563-326-8689

Scott County Sheriff's Office is located at 400 W. 4th St, Davenport, 52801-1104 IA. The Scott County Sheriff's Office phone number is 563-326-8625.

Scott County Sheriff's Office News

Congratulations to Deputy Gina Acosta on her retirement from the Sheriff's Office. Thank you for your service and best wishes to you in the future!

Press Release On October 23, 2018 at approximately 0109 hours the Scott County Sheriff’s Office was involved in an officer involved shooting in the 6600 block of North Brady Street Davenport, Iowa. Scott County Sheriff’s Deputy was interacting with a subject during the course of traffic enforcement when a struggle ensued between the driver and the Deputy. The incident escalated and resulted in shots being fired by the Deputy. The person that was shot was taken to the local hospital and is listed in critical condition. The name of the Officer is not being released at this time, out of courtesy of family notification. The name of the involved person is not being released as well pending notification to the family. As a Scott County Sheriff’s Office protocol, the Davenport Police Department and the Iowa Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Investigation, were notified and will investigate the incident. All further inquiries on this incident should be directed to the Davenport Police Department. The officer involved will be placed on administrative leave during the investigation which is department policy.

The Sheriff’s Office has closed Valley Drive (25600 Block) in the area of the Davenport County Club due to power lines across the road. MidAmerican has been notified. Please find an alternate route at this time.

Update….The victim that passed away Thursday night in a house fire in Blue Grass has been identified as Cynthia Webb, 59. Autopsy was performed that indicated that she passed away from thermal exposure and smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire has not yet been determined and investigation is still on going at this time.

On Friday, October 12 at 0900, the Scott County Sheriff’s Office held a Promotional Ceremony at the Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Eric Roloff will be promoted to the rank of sergeant. Eric Roloff is originally from State Center, IA where he graduated from West Marshall High School. After High School he attended Mt. Mercy University where he graduated with a BA in Criminal Justice. After graduating college in 2003, Eric joined active duty in the U.S. Army. He served in the U.S. Army from 2003 to 2009 and served two combat tours in Iraq. He received three Army Commendation Medals, eight Army Achievement Medals, a Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Professional Development Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, and a Combat Action Badge. Eric was also selected as the Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year. Upon returning from his second tour in Iraq, Eric was honorably discharged from the Army and hired by the Scott County Sheriff’s Office in 2009. Upon completion of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy and a Field Training program he was assigned to third shift and second shift patrol until 2014 when he was selected for assignment with the Quad City Metropolitan Enforcement Group (QCMEG). While assigned to the QCMEG he worked hundreds of illegal narcotics cases on the state and federal level. He was also involved with operations targeting human trafficking. His service at the QCMEG earned him several commendations and recognition. At the end of Eric’s assignment to QCMEG in 2017, he was selected to work in the Scott County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division where he has been successful in the apprehension, arrest and prosecution of a variety of criminal cases. Over the course of his career Eric has obtained several certifications. He is certified as a Field Training Officer (FTO), Firearms Instructor, Rifle Instructor, Armorer, Narcotics Officer, Clandestine Laboratory Site Safety Officer, Desert Snow Criminal Interdiction Officer, Bus and Parcel Narcotics Interdiction Officer, SWAT Officer, Crime Scene Investigator, Interview and Interrogation and Professional Leadership Development. Eric and his wife were married in 2009 and have two young children.

Sheriff Lane swore in Reserve Deputy’s Shaun Logan and Alex Gries today at a ceremony held at the Sheriff’s Office. We would like to welcome them to the Scott County Sheriff’s Office. Shaun Logan is the son of Vickie Logan and the late Mike Logan. After high school at North Scott High School, Shaun attended Kirkwood College in Cedar Rapids and then Northern Illinois University where he played basketball. After graduation, Shaun worked as an EMT/paramedic at Medic EMS and was a volunteer for the Bettendorf Fire Department, later being hired on there, full-time in 2012. Shaun is married to his wife Kayla for just over a year, has a brother Chris Logan who is also a reserve deputy and has one sister, Kim Schadel. Alex Gries is originally from Muscatine, graduated from Muscatine High School in 2003 and attended Kaplan University. Alex began working for the Muscatine County Sheriff's Office in January, 2004 in the jail as a corrections officer. Alex was hired with the Muscatine Police Department in April, 2006 and attended the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. Alex was hired with the Buffalo Police Department in 2011 and was promoted to the rank of sergeant in February, 2015. During his career, Alex has attended accident investigation and accident reconstruction training, has been an evidence technician and a field training officer. Alex has been married to his wife Amanda for 3 years and has a 2 year old son Brecken.

NEWS RELEASE On 10/11/2018 at approximately 1808 hours, the Scott County Sheriff’s Office along with the Blue Grass Fire Department and Buffalo Fire Department was dispatched to 13308 95th Avenue reference a house fire. 13308 95th Avenue is located off a gravel road in rural Scott County located between Blue Grass and Davenport. Upon arrival the structure was fully engulfed. Once the fire was extinguished a search of the residence revealed an unidentified body located in the structure. An autopsy that has not been scheduled will be conducted and the name will be released once positive identity is made. The Scott County Sheriff’s Office along with the State Fire Marshall’s Office and the Blue Grass Fire Department are investigating the fire. At this time the cause of the fire is unknown

Currently taking applications for Corrections Officer, please share with family or friends that may be interested. https://www.scottcountyiowa.com/hr/job/corrections-officer