“Protecting the Proud Culture and Traditions”
FOR EMERGENCIES – DIAL 911
Monday – Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Office Telephone (641) 484-4844
- Located on the 2nd floor of the Public Works Building, use east side entrance and up the stairs
- Officers are scheduled on a 24-hour basis, 7 days a week shifts
For 24 hour non-emergency assistance and to be connected to the MNPD officer on duty:
- Dial 641-484-3760 (Meskwaki/Tama County Dispatch telephone number)
- Choose option 1
- Ask to speak with the MNPD officer on duty
New Reward Info:
The mission of the Meskwaki Nation Police Department is to improve the quality of life through the reduction of crime, maintenance of public order and the enhancement of public safety by providing open, honest, and professional law enforcement service while protecting the proud cultural tradition of the Meskwaki people.
Tribal Council Resolution #1-2001, passed January 18, 2011, enacted Articles 1 & 2 of Title 13, Law & Order of the Tribal Code, which legislatively established the Tribal Police Department. The department’s operational systems were activated in 2005, and the Meskwaki Nation Police Department (MNPD) patrols began October 1, 2006.
Youth Turkey Hunt Raffle Entry
Meskwaki Nation Conservation Officer Caleb Boyles is inviting four (4) Meskwaki Youth, between 10-16 years of age, to go on a 2-day fun-filled turkey hunt.
Participants will learn how to clean birds and then take one home to share with family and friends. All equipment will be provided and all winners will be required to pass a firearms safety course led by MNPD Firearms instructor Sgt. Kole Northland prior to hunt. Winners will also receive a complimentary customized turkey call!
Participants will be determined in a raffle drawing. To enter your child in the raffle, you can (1) click the link below to fill out the raffle entry, or (2) you can visit one of the following offices to pick up a paper form to complete and return: Meskwaki Nation Police Department, MNR (South Farm), Tribal Center Front Desk.
Drawing to be held on March 27th.
Senior Welfare Contact Program:
Click on the photo to learn more!
- Community oriented policing
- Working in partnership with Tribal entities
- Collaborating with other local, state, tribal and federal enforcement offices and agencies
- Providing 24 hour patrols of the Meskwaki Settlement and surrounding boundaries
- Assisting with ambulance medical and fire calls
- Assisting motorists in need of help
- Crime prevention
- Conducting community education and outreach
- Co-Sponsor of the Meskwaki Nation-Toledo Police Explorer Post #186 – the program provides career orientation experiences, leadership opportunities, and community service activities.
- Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA) – site office for the registration of sex offenders.
|Chief of Police||Jacob Molitor|
|Office Manager||Melinda Diego|
|Assistant Chief of Police / SORNA Administrator||Dustin Blackburn|
|Lieutenant/Casino Liaison||Jeff Bunn|
|Police Officer||Levio Simcox|
|Police Officer||Jason Gudenkauf|
|Police Officer||Chad Coleman|
|Police Officer||Daniel Jacks|
|Police Officer||Jon Keen|
|Police Officer||Nicholas Cullinan|
|Police Officer||Shaun Ash|
|Conservation Officer||Caleb Boyles|
|Police Officer (Part Time)||Robert Roquet|
|Corrections Officer (Part Time)||Jamie Youngbear|
|Corrections Officer (Part Time)||Ricky Benson|
|Physical Address:||Mailing Address:||Phone: 641.484.4844|
|1632 305th Street
Tama, IA 52339
|1632 305th Street
Tama, IA 52339 -9698