Boone Police Department

Non-emergency calls: 515-432-3456
Emergency calls: 911

Police Department Address:
525 Story Street
Boone, IA 50036

Press Releases

Boone Citizen's Police Academy 2018 Information
Boone Citizen Police Academy Application

Boone County E-911 Business Emergency Information Form.

Police department staff:

John Wiebold, Police Chief

John Sloter, Commander
Charles Pepples, Commander
Lonnie Hikiji, Captain
Nathan Kester, Sgt
Ryan Palmer, Sgt
John Mayse, Detective
David Ades, Patrol/Community Service Officer
Michael Frazier, Patrol Officer
Cory Rose, Patrol Officer
David Powers, Investigator
Josh Olsen, Patrol Officer
Ethan Bailey, Patrol Officer
Daniel Lynch, Patrol Officer
Joseph Slight, Patrol Officer
Connor McCuen, Patrol Officer
Mario Gonzalez, Patrol Officer
Cole Hilsabeck, Patrol Officer
Annette Westberg, Administrative Assistant
Ann Crutchfield, Parking Clerk, PT
Pam McClain, Parking Clerk, PT
Steve Naeve, Patrol Officer, PT
Stephen Irons, Patrol Officer, PT


Hours of Operation:
The police department’s administrative offices are open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.

Boone Police Officers are available 24 hours each day, seven days a week by contacting the Boone County Dispatch Center ( 911 or 515-433-0527) or by going to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center at 1019 West Mamie Eisenhower Ave and using the intercom system to contact a dispatcher.

General Information:
It is my pleasure to welcome you to the police department section of the City of Boone’s website. The officers of the Boone Police Department proudly serve the citizens and visitors of the City of Boone. Our services include: patrol, criminal investigations, K-9, bicycle patrol, drug tip hotline, vacation house checks, and various educational programs such as alcohol and tobacco compliance, fraud and identity theft.

The Boone Police Department has 9 of its police officers cross-trained as State of Iowa certified Firefighter 1's to assist the fire department when needed. In addition, our Community Service Officer (CSO) enforces parking, municipal infractions, nuisance abatement, and abandoned vehicles. The CSO also provides services for vehicle unlocks, funeral escorts, and motorist assists.

The accomplishments of the Boone Police Department are directly related to the support and participation of its citizens. Without it we would be unable to reach our goal of public safety. The employees of the police department thank each citizen for their continued support. We value your comments and input.

If you would like to contact me my e-mail address is

Police Chief Wiebold