South Sioux City Police Department

  • Agency: South Sioux City Police Department
  • Address: 701 W 29th St, South Sioux City, 68776 NE
  • Chief: S E Ford (Chief of Police)
Phone: 402-494-7512
Fax: (402) 494-7507

South Sioux City Police Department is located at 701 W 29th St, South Sioux City, 68776 NE. The Chief of Police of the department is S E Ford. The South Sioux City Police Department phone number is 402-494-7512.

South Sioux City Police Department News

Chief Mahon visited Mrs. Friedrichsen’s 5th grade class.

Don’t miss this. Dakota City Volunteer Fire Home Style Breakfast. Sunday , November 4th.

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is tomorrow, Saturday, October 27, 2018. This event is meant to provide a safe, convenient way of disposing of prescription medications, helping to prevent misuse, overdose and accidental poisoning and also helping to protect the environment. The South Sioux City Police will be participating with the Drug Enforcement Agency as a drop-off site for expired and unneeded medications. We have placed a Drug Box in the West lobby of the Law Enforcement Center at 701 West 29th street. If you have unwanted drugs or medications, we would urge you to drop them off at the LEC in our Drug Box. The Police Department will properly dispose of these items in a secure and environmentally safe manor. You can drop them off at anytime by using the West (night entry) door. Simply tell our friendly dispatchers at the window you’re dropping off items for the Drug Box. Items that can be collected are prescription drugs, prescription patches, ointments, over the counter medications, vitamins, and samples. Items that are not to be collected are needles and sharps, nonprescription lotions and liquids, aerosols, inhalers, hydrogen peroxide, and thermometers. Have a good weekend

13:22 update: school is back to normal. Some are still participating in the reunification part of the drill. -Information: The South Sioux City Police Department, South Sioux City Fire Department, and South Sioux City School District are currently participating in a fire drill at Cardinal Elementary . THIS IS ONLY A DRILL. South Sioux City Community School District

On Monday, October 15th , 2018 at around 08:49 hours, South Sioux City Police initiated a traffic stop on a motor vehicle. The driver of the motor vehicle refused to stop for officers and a pursuit initiated. The motor vehicle then drove around in the Covington Links Golf Course property and caused a lot of damage. The vehicle finally stopped because they couldn’t find a way out of the golf course. The driver and passenger ran into a cornfield. A perimeter was established and the South Sioux City Drone was called out to assist. The passenger was located by the drones FLIR Thermal Camera. The passenger was identified as Tammy L. Huffman. Tammy L. Huffman was arrested for obstructing a peace officer. The driver was apprehended by Dakota County Sheriff’s Office. The driver was identified as Dexter No Ear. Dexter No Ear was arrested for stop sign violation, expired registration, driving under suspension, operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest, obstructing a peace officer, felony criminal mischief, and possession of a controlled substance. The following is video footage from the drone. We would like to thank the Dakota County Sherrif’s Office and Sioux City Police Department for their assistance. - Higher resolution

On Monday, October 15th , 2018 at around 08:49 hours, South Sioux City Police initiated a traffic stop on a motor vehicle. The driver of the motor vehicle refused to stop for officers and a pursuit initiated. The motor vehicle then drove around in the Covington Links Golf Course property and caused a lot of damage. The vehicle finally stopped because they couldn’t find a way out of the golf course. The driver and passenger ran into a cornfield. A perimeter was established and the South Sioux City Drone was called out to assist. The passenger was located by the drones FLIR Thermal Camera. The passenger was identified as Tammy L. Huffman. Tammy L. Huffman was arrested for obstructing a peace officer. The driver was apprehended by Dakota County Sheriff’s Office. The driver was identified as Dexter No Ear. Dexter No Ear was arrested for stop sign violation, expired registration, driving under suspension, operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest, obstructing a peace officer, felony criminal mischief, and possession of a controlled substance. The following is video footage from the drone. We would like to thank the Dakota County Sherrif’s Office and Sioux City Police Department for their assistance.

Come show your support Bruce Blatchford Benefit Feed Sunday, October 14th 4-7 p.m. Dakota City Firehall

Thank you Fleet Farm for the generous donation. The police department will use the stuffed toys for community events and our 3rd Annual Toy Drive.

We are at Hy-Vee today with Pink Patch items. Special today only: BUY 1 Dakota Co Patch and 1 SSCPD Patch for $15. Come see us. We also have pins for $5!!!!!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! The SSCPD will be out selling these items at the SSC High School Homecoming Football game tonight and tomorrow at the South Sioux City Hy-Vee from 11AM until 1PM!!! Come see us and get these great items while supporting a great cause!

We would like to thank Dakota Perk and Hy-Vee for hosting Coffee with a Cop. It was a great event to meet and talk with the public.

National WEA test is today at 1:18 p.m.

Come see us.

T-Rex was at the South Sioux City Police Station. Thank you Officer Van Berkum for spending time with T-Rex.

Come have a free cup of coffee with our officers. We can discuss issues and learn more about each other.

Scammers are impersonating the police! The South Sioux City has been made aware of scammers pretending to be our officers and spoofing our law enforcement center phone numbers. The South Sioux City Police Department doesn’t collect bond or bail money. Here’s how it works. You get a phone call. Someone you care about is in jail and, they say, you need to pay up to bail him out. The caller ID displays our Non-Emergency number. Technology allows the scammer to “spoof” or alter the Caller ID to make it appear that the call is coming from a legitimate law enforcement phone number. Most of these scams originate from overseas and use services that allow a scammer from any part of the world to obtain a phone number with any area code they wish. The caller tells you to put money on a prepaid card and give him the card number. Remember a prepaid card is like paying cash — once the money is gone, you can’t get it back. Remember a police department will never tell people to pay with prepaid cards. If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be from the South Sioux City Police Department, or any other law enforcement agency, and asking for money, immediately HANG UP. Under no circumstances should you engage them in conversation or provide any personal information. If you live in South Sioux City and have received a call, please call the law enforcement center at (402) 494-7555 and make a report. Report the imposter to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint. Select the category “Scams and Rip-offs” then “Impostor Scams”. https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/?utm_source=takeaction#crnt *************************** Los estafadores se hacen pasar por la policía! La Policía de South Sioux City ha sido informado de estafadores que pretenden ser nuestros oficiales y están falsificando los números de teléfono de nuestra estacion de policía. El Departamento de Policía de South Sioux City no cobra dinero de fianza. Así es como funciona. Usted recibe una llamada telefónica. Alguien que te importa está en la cárcel y, dicen, debes pagar para que salgan bajo fianza. El identificador de llamadas muestra nuestro número. La tecnología le permite al estafador "simular" o alterar el identificador de llamadas para que parezca que la llamada proviene de un número de teléfono legítimo de la policía. La mayoría de estas estafas se originan en el extranjero y utilizan servicios que permiten a un estafador de cualquier parte del mundo obtener un número de teléfono con el código de área que deseen. La persona que llama le dice que ponga dinero en una tarjeta prepaga y le dé el número de la tarjeta. Recuerde que una tarjeta prepaga es como pagar en efectivo: una vez que se va el dinero, no puede recuperarla. Recuerde que un departamento de policía nunca le dirá a la gente que pague con tarjetas prepagas. Si recibe una llamada telefónica de alguien que dice ser del Departamento de Policía de South Sioux City, o de cualquier otra agencia, y solicita dinero, cuelge inmediatamente. Bajo ninguna circunstancia debe participar en una conversación o proporcionar información personal. Si vive en South Sioux City y ha recibido una llamada, llame al (402) 494-7555 y haga un reporte .

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We've just added our custom lapel pins for $5/each. Just in time of October which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!!!! Come and see us or PM us for more information or if you have an event you would like us to come and promote our cause!! #pinkpatchproject

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