The Waukee Police Department a professional law enforcement agency sworn to serve and protect the citizens of Waukee. Call 515-978-7979 with any questions or concerns about the department, with concerns about crime in the community or with information you may have on a particular crime. 

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Nixle Alert System

To get alerts from the Waukee Police Department sent directly to you, sign up for our free alert system with Nixle. Click on "Sign Up" and create an account. Once registered, you will automatically receive information from the Waukee Police Department by text, email or both. View a short video about how Nixle benefits Waukee residents.

Crimestopper Text Messages

Did you know you can use text messaging to report tips that may solve a crime? Please text the Waukee Police Department at 515-490-2190 with any tip or information that may help us solve crimes. You will remain private and anonymous as there is no caller ID. Please always dial 911 in the case of an emergency.

Smart911 Response Tool

Visit Smart911.com to fill out a free, secure Safety Profile. This profile will display on the dispatcher’s screen if and when 911 is called. Users enter information such as medical conditions and medications, address details, and photos of yourself, your children or elderly family members, etc. These details help emergency management officials gather necessary information without even having to speak with you.

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