Community Programs

As part of the Waukee Police Department's commitment to community policing in Waukee, the following programs have been implemented to connect the department and the citizens it serves.


The Waukee Crimestoppers meet every second Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Public Safety Building. We are always looking for individuals that would like to be on the Board of Directors. Waukee Crimestoppers is an organization that helps solve crimes in the community by offering a reward for any information that may help solve a crime. The organization also comes up with new ideas to help prevent crimes in our community.

To provide information regarding a crime, call Waukee Crimestoppers at 515-987-9000 (you may remain anonymous). Rewards are available. You may also text message 515-490-2190 with information. There is no caller ID, so you'll remain anonymous. Of course, dial 911 in the case of an emergency.

Neighborhood Watch

We are looking to add to our Neighborhood Watch. If anyone is interested in getting Neighborhood Watch started or want to know if there is a Neighborhood Watch in their neighborhood, please call Officer Brian Murra at 515-978-7979.

Senior TRIAD Program

TRIAD involves the senior citizens in our community. TRIAD was created based upon the concept of cooperation between law enforcement, senior services and seniors in the community to reduce the criminal victimization of the elderly. It stands for Talk, Respond, Involve, Assist, and Deterrent. They meet once a month at the Community Center. Interested seniors should contact the Waukee Police Department.

School Resource Officer Program

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The School Resource Officer Program (SRO) places officers in the Waukee schools to build relationships with students and parents, while helping to bridge the gap between police and students. 


The Waukee Police Department believes that, to keep our community safe, it takes all of us - citizens and police - working together. If you would like to get involved, please contact the Waukee Police Department at 515-978-7979.