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Carlisle PD Job Announcement

The Carlisle Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants will be required to pass a physical agility test, written P.O.S.T. exam, psychological screening, pre-employment drug test, medical exam and thorough background investigation. Current Iowa certified officers may waive physical agility and P.O.S.T. exam. Applications are available at www.carlisleiowa.org/departments/police/public-safety-forms/.  See application for details. Application deadline is January, 15, 2020. The City of Carlisle is an equal opportunity employer.

2019 Cops & Shoppers

This December the Carlisle Police Department will be hosting our 4th Annual Cops and Shoppers program. We are currently working with the Carlisle School District to get a list of kiddos who are in need within our community. These selected kids will be able to go shopping for Christmas gifts with one of our very own Carlisle police officers, but we can’t do it without your help!

Last year, through the generosity of our community, we were able to take 36 kiddos shopping so they could purchase gifts for their family members. This year we hope for the same success!

While cash donations are accepted and appreciated, those wishing to support this program are encouraged to donate in the form of a check made out to the Carlisle Police Officers Association. Donations are also being accepted at the Carlisle Police Department, 195 N. 1st Street, Carlisle. We ask that all donations be submitted on or before December 13, 2019 to ensure the usage of all money donated this holiday season.

Questions may be directed to the Carlisle Police Department at (515)-989-4121.

Happy Holidays!

Warren County Community Camera Program

Would you ever consider registering your residential or business surveillance cameras to potentially assist law enforcement with investigations?

Security camera systems, doorbell cameras or any other similar devices on or near your home or business are a great way to deter crime, but they are also helpful to the police. The Warren County Community Camera Program helps our law enforcement officers efficiently locate security cameras that may have captured valuable video information.

HOW DOES THE PROGRAM WORK?
By registering, Warren County law enforcement agencies would be able to contact you if a criminal incident occurs within range of your cameras and officers believe your footage might assist with the investigation. Law enforcement will never have direct access to your cameras or feeds, but only contact information and participation in 100% voluntary.

If you’d like to register or for more information, check out the link below:

https://www.warrencountyia.org/communitycamera

CPD would like to thank the Warren County Attorney’s Office for making this program available in Warren County!

Happy Thanksgiving From the Carlisle Police Department

The Carlisle Police Department sure has a lot to be thankful for in 2019! We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday and if you’re traveling, remember to slow down, buckle up and put your phone away while driving!

CPD Letters to Santa

CPD HAS SOME EXCITING NEWS!

Santa Claus has declared the Carlisle Police Department, 195 N 1st St., an official drop-off location for Christmas letters. A special mailbox has been placed in the lobby for kiddos to drop off their Christmas letters! Santa has designated our blue elves to deliver the letters to the North Pole just in time for Christmas!Letters may be dropped off from 8am-4:30pm Monday-Friday with the last day being Friday, December 13, 2019.
#CarlisleIowaPD #CPDLetterstoSanta

 

Daylight Saving End- Sunday, November 3rd

Don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour this Saturday night! Daylight saving time ends Sunday, November 3rd. #CarlisleIowaPD

CPD “No Shave November”

The Carlisle Police Department will again be participating in “No Shave November” in an effort to raise money for the John Stoddard Cancer Compassion Fund. Throughout the month of November, officers will be allowed to deviate from normal facial hair grooming standards and grow a beard or mustache. The goal is to help bring awareness, by embracing hair, which many cancer patients lose during their fight.

If you see an officer out and about with a good looking beard get a picture with them and tag us here on Facebook or Instagram. We would love to see your submissions!!!

Progress pictures will come throughout the month. #CarlisleIowaPD #NoShaveNovember2019

 

Officer receives Life-Saving Commedation

At October 28th City Council meeting, Officer Zach Buehrer was presented with the Carlisle Police Department’s Life Saving Commendation for his quick response and life saving actions during a medical call on September 23rd.  #CarlisleIowaPD

 

School Crossing Guard Position

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. For many, home is a place of warmth, comfort and love. It’s somewhere that you know you will be cared for and supported. But for millions of others, home is anything but a sanctuary. The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that 1.3 million women and 835,000 men are victims of physical violence by a partner every year. To report domestic violence, you can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or contact your local police department.  #CarlisleIowaPD