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criminal-activityWe are seeking the public's assistance with identifying this subject of interest in criminal activity in the Jewell area. Not only do we want to identify him we would like to speak to him about this activity.

If you have any information and you want to remain anonymous, you can by using Hamilton County Crime Stoppers

Please share this post so we can identify this subject.
williams-paradeFun was had by all today at the 4th of July celebration in Williams.

It is great to see how the town of Williams pulls together and welcomes hundreds of visitors for their 66th annual 4th of July celebration 2017.

Hamilton County Crime Stoppers sponsored a nickel scramble for the young ones and they were successful in putting smiles on a lot of faces.
fireworksIowa has a new fireworks law.  You can learn more about it here, or click on this link to read the actual bill.
 Avoid online booking scams.  Learn more here.
Randall Burglary News Release

Stratford House Fire News Release

police-weekpolice-week2This week we honor the men and women of law enforcement, who have paid the ultimate price. Law Enforcement are the thin blue line who sacrifice to protect and serve our citizens everyday.

Last year 118 officer's died in the line of duty. This is unacceptable, we need the support of our citizens to put an end to this madness.

My greatest concern is for the safety of my staff, no matter what division you work.
Our goal at the beginning of every shift is to protect our citizens and fellow officers. 
Then to go home to our families after our shift.

Stay safe and we got your six!!

stanhope-stratford-fire-deptThanks to the Stanhope and Stratford Fire Departments for your quick action this morning. The two departments pulled together and worked as one to get the job done. Thank you for your service and dedication!!!!
thin-silver-line1thin-silver-line2The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office supports the thinsilverline. Thanks again to our Corrections Staff for the work they do day to day.
Seat belt myth busting.  Read more

 National-Correctional-Officers-WeekThis week is National Correctional Officers Week. Thank you to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Correctional Staff. They are the most unrecognized staff, they are behind locked doors and if you see them its not under good circumstances.

This week is to recognize our staff and let them know we appreciate the great job they do day to day. The job is challenging and has its risks, but our staff is up for the challenge.

If you know one of our Correctional Officers let them know we appreciate the great job they do and the sacrifies they make day to day.
Drug-takebackThe Drug Take Back Program this year was a success. The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office along with Hy-Vee of Webster City, Jewell Family Pharmacy and VDMC Clinic in Stratford took back over 100 pounds of unwanted prescriptions. Thank you to everybody who helped and participated. Sheriff Doug Timmons
Fallen-officerThe Hamilton County Sheriff's Office sends our condolences to the family of the fallen brother at The Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Office
Another brother taken from us, without just do.
Keep the family and his fellow officers in your prayers.
There was another deputy injured pray for his quick recovery.
Paul-WhitmoreCome out and support this great family. Show them we are behind them in this battle and that we appreciate his dedication when he was a Deputy for Hamilton County.  July 8th
Sat 8:30 AM · Briggs Woods Golf Course · Webster City
Caleb-StenslandCongratulations to Caleb Stensland for receiving APCO Telecommunicator of the Year.
Thank you Caleb for being dedicated, hard working, professional and always a team player.
I would also like to thank the rest of the dispatcher team. We have a great group of dispatchers that have a very difficult job.
Being Hamilton County Sheriff is more than just a job to Doug Timmons, of Stratford. It is also a family tradition of serving in law enforcement that began with his father, retired Webster City Police Officer Gene…
aedThe Hamilton County Sheriff's Office received four automated external defibrillators (AED) from Hamilton County Public Health Director Shelby Kroona this morning. 
This will bring the total to six AED' s being carried by Hamilton County Sheriff's deputies in their squad cars.
A big thank you to Hamilton County Public Health.