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Snow Ordinance Notice 01.14.2021

With the amount of snowfall predicted, the City of Carlisle Snow Ordinance will go into effect tonight, January 14, 2021 at 6:00 pm. At that time, ALL vehicles must be removed from city parking lots and off city streets so snowplows can efficiently clear the roads. Vehicles that remain on the streets and in city parking lots are subject to a $25 citation and may be towed at the owner’s expense. Thank you for your cooperation.
For more information on the City Code Chapter 69.12, visit https://carlisleiowa.org/…/parking-regulations-chapter-69/.

Carlisle Police Department Hiring

Job Announcement Police Officer- Full Time

The City of Carlisle, Iowa, is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. The Carlisle Police Department is a law enforcement agency dedicated to improving the quality of life for our community and visitors. Carlisle is a growing community located on the southeast edge of the Des Moines Metropolitan area. The Carlisle Police Department is dedicated to a community-based policing approach through community partnerships to reduce crime and improve the quality of life for residents.

How to Apply

Application materials may be obtained at:

https://carlisleiowa.org/departments/police/public-safety-forms/

Please mail completed application materials to: Carlisle Police Department, Attention: Chief Matt Koch, 195 N. 1st Street, Carlisle, Iowa 50047. Questions may be directed to Chief Matt Koch at (515) 989-4121. Completed police department application and all supporting documents must be submitted to the Carlisle Police Department by the application deadline. Incomplete, late submittals or applications submitted via fax will not be considered. Please see application packet for details.

Deadline to Apply

Applications must be received or postmarked no later than February 12, 2020.

Physical Agility & Police Officer Selection Testing (POST)

Physical agility testing and POST testing for non-certified applicants will be conducted on Saturday, February 20, 2020 at 08:30AM at the Carlisle Police Department, 195 N. 1st Street, Carlisle, IA 50047. Non-certified applicants with a valid POST score within the last year are not required to retake the POST.

Certified ILEA applicants are not required to conduct physical agility or POST testing and are not required to be present on February 20, 2020. Those applicants who successfully complete or are waived through physical agility and POST test will be contacted regarding the next phase of the process.

Benefits

Position includes health, vision and dental insurance, including an optional supplemental insurance program, life insurance, longevity pay, additional compensation for shift differential and enrollment in the IPERS retirement system.

Job Summary and Requirements

Seeking dedicated, hardworking, team-oriented individual(s) to perform a wide range of law enforcement and crime prevention duties for the safety and protection of life and property in the Carlisle community. Preserves peace, order, safety, problem resolution and perform investigative work in preparation for arrests and /or criminal prosecution.

Work Schedule

Officers can expect to work 7 out of 14 days per two week pay period, however; may be expected to work nights, holidays, weekends or overtime.

The City of Carlisle is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Snow Ordinance Notice 12.28.20

With the amount of snowfall predicted, the City of Carlisle Snow Ordinance will go into effect tomorrow, December 29, 2020 at 8:00 AM. At that time, ALL vehicles must be removed from city parking lots and off city streets so snowplows can efficiently clear the roads. The ordinance will remain in effect for 48 hours after the snow has stopped falling or until the streets have been cleared. Vehicles that remain on the streets and in city parking lots during the emergency ban are subject to a $25 citation and may be towed at the owner’s expense. Thank you for your cooperation.
For more information on the City Code Chapter 69.12, visit https://carlisleiowa.org/…/parking-regulations-chapter-69/.

Christmas 2020 Media Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date: December 14, 2020

Carlisle, Iowa

Tis The Season To Drive Sober

The holiday season is known for celebrations and traditions, but it is also known for being the deadliest season when it comes to impaired driving.  Iowa Law Enforcement across the state will partner with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) this holiday season to remove impaired drivers from the roads and help save lives.  From December 18, 2020 to January 1, 2021, motorists will see an increased presence of law enforcement.

 

Sadly, the statistics prove that we have a lot of work to do to put an end to drunk driving. According to NHTSA, 10,511 people were killed in drunk-driving crashes in 2018. On average, more than 10,000 people were killed each year from 2014 to 2018 — one person was killed in a drunk-driving crash every 50 minutes in 2018. This is why the Carlisle Police Department and the Iowa Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau would like remind drivers that not only is impaired driving is not only illegal, but it is a matter of life and death. As you head out to the holiday festivities, remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

 

Sobering Statistics:

    • 2018 traffic fatalities in Iowa, 27% involved alcohol-impaired driving. Don’t put your loved ones at risk this holiday season.
    • According to NHTSA, 839 people lost their lives nationally in traffic crashes involving a drunk driver during the month of December, 2018.
    • Despite the fact it’s illegal to drive when impaired by alcohol, in 2018, one person was killed every 50 minutes by a drunk driver on our nation’s roads.
    • During the Christmas and New Year’s Day holiday periods in 2018 alone, there were more drunk-driving-related fatalities (285) than during any other holiday period that year.
    • An OWI can cost you $10,000 in attorney’s fees, fines, repairs, and lost time at work!
    • In 2018, 85 lives were taken by alcohol-impaired traffic crashes in Iowa. Don’t be the reason someone doesn’t get home this holiday season.

 

Celebrate with a Plan:

Always remember to plan ahead if you will be celebrating with an impairing substance.  If you plan to indulge, plan for a sober driver to take you home.  Call a taxi, friend or Uber!  Is it your turn to be the designated driver?  Take the role seriously and do not partake in alcohol or any other drugs.  You are saving lives!

 

 

Snow Ordinance in Effect 12.11.2020

With the amount of snowfall predicted, the City of Carlisle Snow Ordinance will go into effect tonight, December 11, 2020 at 6:00 pm. At that time, ALL vehicles must be removed from city parking lots and off city streets so snowplows can efficiently clear the roads. Vehicles that remain on the streets and in city parking lots are subject to a $25 citation and may be towed at the owner’s expense. Thank you for your cooperation.
For more information on the City Code Chapter 69.12, visit https://carlisleiowa.org/…/parking-regulations-chapter-69/. #CarlisleIowaPD
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Vacation House Watch

Heading out of town during the holidays or winter months? Did you know that CPD will keep an extra watch over your residence or business while you’re away? If interested, please stop by or contact the police department administrative office during business hours and get a vacation watch form. The Carlisle Police Department is happy to provide that extra layer of comfort and security while you’re away.

SRO Hauser Receives Grant

Congratulations School Resource Officer Hauser on being awarded the 2020-2021 AAA Traffic Safety Grant for $500! SRO Hauser plans to use these awarded funds to purchase traffic safety banners that can be displayed throughout the Carlisle High School to help remind our student drivers of good driving habits. Great Job SRO Hauser!

Summary of Enhanced Public Measures 11-17-20

Thanksgiving 2020 Media Release

Found Property Notice

FOUND PROPERTY NOTICE
Notice Date: 11.02.2020
The Carlisle Police Department has received the listed bikes as found property and we are looking for the owners. If you believe you’re the owner(s) of a listed bike(s) please come to the Carlisle Police Department during business hours (Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm). In order to claim ownership you will need to provide proper identification and demonstrate ownership or lawful possession of the property. Property that is not claimed within ninety (90) days from the date of this notice will be disposed of.
Property listed as follows:
  • Black and gray Roadmaster GranitePeak, 18 speed, mountain bike style.
  • Bright green Dino Pwr, kids bicycle