212 W. LINCOLN STREET
Police Chief - Jeff Blake - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sergeant Adam Hill - email@example.com
Officer Brian Mayberry - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Walcott Police Department is dispatched through the Scott County Sheriff's Department. If a Walcott officer is not on duty the Scott County Sheriff's Department is available for police services. Any time you need emergency police assistance call 911. If a Walcott officer is on duty he will respond, otherwise the Sheriff's Department will be dispatched. You can also call the Scott County Sheriff's office at (563) 388-3905 if you need police services.
Our non-emergency numbers are not answered 24 hours a day, but messages can be left and a Walcott officer will return your call.
The Walcott Fire Department provides emergency medical, fire, and rescue services to the city and rural district, covering approximately 62 square miles, with a total population of approximately 2,313.
The department is composed of members who have undergone considerable initial training before acceptance for membership, followed by monthly training sessions in firefighting, rescue and emergency medical techniques. All of the members are trained in CPR and most of the members are certified medical first responders or emergency medical technicians.
The department has two pumpers, one tanker, one brush truck and two rescue units in active service. All of the vehicles are well equipped with specialized tools.
Interested in joining our department? Complete the application and drop it off at City Hall or to Chief Hahn. Membership Application
· WEATHER OR MAJOR EMERGENCY ALERT - A steady tone for three minutes indicates:
o Severe weather situations – the confirmed sighting of a funnel cloud or tornado in the area. Take shelter immediately and listen to radio and television stations for further updates and advice.
o At other times – a major emergency such as hazardous material spill. Stay indoors and wait for further information via in-person visit, telephone, loudspeaker, radio, or television.
· DAMAGING WIND ALERT – A wavering tone for three minutes indicates severe weather with damaging winds. Take shelter and listen to radio and television stations.
· FIRE ALERT- A distinctive wavering high-low tone from the siren located at the Fire Station serves as a backup system – supplementing firemen’s pagers. Residents walking or driving should be prepared to yield to firefighters in their personal cars or emergency vehicles.
Leon Downing, Reed Hagen, Phil Roberts, & Jenna Cooksey