Archive for Public Safety – Press Releases

St. Patrick’s Day Media Release

Carlisle Police Has Partnered with Iowa ABD for Tobacco Enforcement and Education

SRO Hauser elected to IASRO Board

The Carlisle Police Department is pleased to announce that School Resource Officer Lucas Hauser has been elected as a member to the Iowa Association of School Resource Officers’ Board! The Iowa Association of School Resource Officers is an organization that serves as network for school resource officers whose primary job is to enhance the safety and security of student, faculty members and Iowa schools. As a board member, Officer Hauser will help guide and promote the training, development and sustainment of school resource officers across the state of Iowa. Please join us as we recognize and congratulate Officer Hauser with his added role! #CarlisleIowaPD

Carlisle Police New Address

WE HAVE OFFICIALLY DIVORCED CITY HALL!!! The Carlisle Police Department’s new temporary address is 1221 S. 5th Street (Former Carlisle Recreational Center). We have vacated our existing space at 195 N. 1st Street to start our facility renovation project this Spring. (Estimated completion date in early 2022). Even though our facility location has changed, our professional and reliable police services will remain the same. If you need to contact the police department for non-emergency or administrative services, our telephone number is still (515) 989-4121. If you have an emergency, please dial 911. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this transition and we’re excited to see a new facility come together here in 2021! #CarlisleIowaPD

Snow Ordinance in Effect- February 4, 2021

With the amount of snowfall predicted, the City of Carlisle Snow Ordinance is in effect today February 4, 2021 at 9:00 am. Please remove all vehicles 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://link.getcybersolutions.com/u/091cec00/Nst39G5e6xG_KKkvh3soMg?u=https%3A%2F%2Fcarlisleiowa.org%2F…%2Fparking-regulations-chapter-69%2F.

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/.

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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Summary of Enhanced Public Measures 11-17-20