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Eldridge Police Department

Building a Partnership with our Community to improve the quality of life in Eldridge by reducing crime and the fear of crime.

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(563) 285-3916

305 N. 3rd Street | Eldridge, IA 52748

Welcome! On behalf of the Eldridge Police Department, we would like to personally welcome you to the City of Eldridge, Iowa. The Eldridge Police Department prides itself on the professionalism and dedication that we all strive to achieve every day. It's our belief that while the mission of the Eldridge Police Department is to serve and protect the public, it's also our obligation to reach out to the community and to keep you informed of department events, crime prevention, and to make every effort we can to meet our citizens in a positive way.  The members of the Eldridge Police Department realize that our greatest asset is our personnel, and our greatest strength is our partnership with the community. This department 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 Eldridge, Iowa. Your thoughts, comments, and observations are not only welcome but also are very important to us. The Eldridge Police Department would like to THANK our citizens for all your support and assistance in making our community Great.


Andrew Lellig



Garrett Jahns
Police Officer


Ryan Gale


Tony Cavanaugh


Jacob Costas
Police Officer


Jack Schwertman
Police Officer/SRO


Erik Johnson
Police Officer


Brenda Kiel
Administrative Assistant

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The Eldridge Police Department is proud and excited to announce that on May 23rd, we received a grant from the Regional Development Authority in the amount of $31,825.00 toward the purchase of new Toughbook laptop computers and docking stations for each of our patrol vehicles. As of December 28th, the laptops and docking stations have been installed in each police vehicle.


With this strategically funded initiative, the officers at the Eldridge Police Department are better equipped to perform their patrol tasks by collecting and sharing vital information among all law enforcement entities and the Scott Emergency Communications Center. These laptop computers will assist them in writing reports from within the squad car and it will allow them to spend more time on the streets.

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