For all NON-EMERGENCY and EMERGECY calls:  Please call “911”  Residents are urged to call “911” as you will be in direct contact with the Scott County Dispatch Center that can assist you (there is no longer a non-emergency contact number).

 Emergency Call Box

The City’s Public Safety Building has an emergency “call box” on the exterior portion of the building to assist those in need.  All calls will automatically be in direct contact with the Scott County Emergency Dispatch Center.

606 West Mayne Street Blue Grass, IA 52726

Emergency & Non Emergency: 911

Office/Answering Machine: (563) 381-1485 Fax: (563) 381-2157 

 

Welcome!

On behalf of all of us at the Blue Grass Police Department, I would like to personally welcome you to our department's official website. It's our hope that this site will be informative and provide you with greater access and understanding of the functions of the Blue Grass Police Department.

We are always working to update our web page with current information that all members of the community will find helpful and important regarding the functions of the Blue Grass Police. Our web site is just one way of showing you the sense of pride, professionalism, and dedication that the members of this department strive to achieve every day.

It's our belief that while the Blue Grass Police Department’s mission was built upon the foundation of “to serve and protect” the public, we understand it's also our obligation to keep you informed of the various changes occurring within our Department, and the people and issues that affect law enforcement in Iowa.

Due to the nature of the job, police officers must often perform tasks or duties which may be perceived as negative or unpopular. Our officers perform these duties fairly, impartially, honestly, and with a positive attitude. This approach has been rewarded by consistently having one of the lowest overall crime rates in the State as well as being one of the cleanest cities. The efforts of our officers are complemented by the assistance of the citizens of Blue Grass, who are very cooperative and proud of the clean and safe environment which they have come to expect and enjoy.

The members of the Blue Grass Police Department realize that our greatest asset is our personnel and our greatest strength is our partnership with the community. This website is prepared with those sentiments in mind, always working to better serve, and provide safety and service for everyone who lives, works, or visits the City of Blue Grass, Iowa. Your thoughts, comments and observations are not only welcome, but also are very important to us. Thanks for viewing our web page and we look forward to serving you in the future.

 

Yours in Service

 

Meet Your Blue Grass Police Officers:

Sergeant Bob Guinn:

Sergeant Guinn comes to us as a prior patrol sergeant from Cordova Illinois who most recently worked at the Wilton Iowa Police Department. Among various police departments in Rock Island County, he began his interest in law enforcement when he was hired with the Milan Illinois Police Auxillary in 1994. He left as a Corporal in 1999. He left the Auxillary to work as a police officer in Annawan Illinois. His carrer led him to work at many other police departments to include Carbon Cliff Illinois Police Department, Cordova Illinois Police Department, Hillsdale Illinois Police Department, Wilton Iowa Police Department. He also worked as the Parks Ambassador for the City of Davenport until he was hired on with Blue Grass Police Department. Officer Guinn has served as a police officer for total of 15 years.  

Officer Guinn started with the Blue Grass Police Department on July 1st, 2015 as a part time police officer. On October 17th, 2016 Officer Guinn was promoted to a full-time status.

Besides the many patrol functions of a police officer, Officer Guinn specializes in crimes against children and has received dedicated training in missing and exploited children investigations. Officer Guinn’s dedication to serving the people of Blue Grass and the mission of the police department continues to be his top priority.