Waukee-PD--shoulder-emblemThe Waukee Police Department is a professional law enforcement agency sworn to serve and protect the citizens of Waukee with honor, integrity and pride. The department currently has 20 full-time police officers and two civilians on staff.

Mission: We, the men and women of the Waukee Police, are dedicated to improving the quality of life in our city by enhancing public safety through cooperative interaction with our community and with other public and private agencies. We are committed to reducing fear by maintaining order and peace.

  • We are responsible for protecting life and property, enforcing laws, and taking   appropriate measures to combat crime.
  • We are organized, staffed, and trained to maximize effective and efficient public service to maintain a positive work environment.
  • We work to fulfill the mission of the Waukee Police in a manner that inspires the public’s trust and confidence and protects the Constitutional rights of each citizen.
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    Waukee Police Offer Holiday Crime Prevention Tips

    The Waukee Police Department wants all Waukee residents to have safe and happy holidays. They're offering several crime prevention tips relevant to the season. Read on...
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    Waukee Police Deliver 23 Thanksgiving Food Baskets

    The Waukee Police Department provided 23 Waukee area families with Thanksgiving food baskets as part of its annual Thanksgiving Food Basket Program! Read on...
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    Waukee Middle School Salutes Public Safety Officials

    In response to the tragic deaths of Des Moines Police Sergeant Tony Beminio and Urbandale Police Officer Justin Martin, more than 700 students from Waukee Middle School saluted police and fire/EMS personnel on November 9th. Read on and see photos...
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    Waukee PD Collects 20 Pounds of Drugs at Take-Back Event

    The Waukee Police Department collected 20 pounds of drugs during the national Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 29. Read on...
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