To serve & Protect
OUR CORE VALUES
Protect Life and Property: We will provide services that contribute to the preservation and quality of life, the protection of property, and the safety of the people we serve.
Maintain Public Order: We will strive to maintain peace and public order.
Prevent, Detect and Investigate Criminal Activity: We will work to prevent crime through active patrols that limit the opportunity for a crime to occur, and through education of citizens that reduces the likelihood of them becoming victims of crime. We will provide a thorough, appropriate, and efficient investigation of criminal activity.
Community Service: As public servants it’s important that we provide the resources available for assisting members of the community with non-criminal circumstances. We will work in cooperation with our community to proactively identify and address areas of needed improvement.
Ethical Standards and Professionalism: Our goal is to be an organization in which each employee embraces integrity as the cornerstone upon which the public’s trust is built. We will strive to serve with professionalism, diligence, respect and concern for all people.
OUR VISION STATEMENT
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office will be dedicated to preserving a high quality of life and the enhancement of public safety.
We will be committed to serve with professionalism, diligence, respect, integrity and concern for all people.
We will foster an environment in which the sheriff’s office and the community work together as catalysts for positive community development.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office is committed to maintaining the public’s trust, providing protection, and professional leadership, by utilizing our skills and resources with integrity.
We embody the values of our office and reflect these values in the performance of our duties; dedicated to the preservation of the public's safety and well-being.
Latest news & Announcements
The Sioux County Sheriﬀ’s Oﬃce hopes to improve the concealed weapon pistol permit process by allowing residents to now fill out an application online. You can now apply online for a concealed weapon permit and also a permit to acquire a pistol or revolver through the Sheriﬀ’s Oﬃce website: Application for Iowa Permit to Carry … Read more Weapon Permits now issued online through new systemRead More
Recently, Mrs. Slegers’ Orange City Christian School Kindergarten class￼￼ gave us candy-filled mugs and a signed card thanking us for keeping their community safe; the mugs were donated by Staples Promotional Products in Orange City￼. The staff of the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office thanks you all for your kindness, thoughtfulness and appreciation! Shown in the … Read more A much-appreciated thank you!Read More
We are thankful for the donation of hand sanitizer we received today from the Dollar General Store in Hull, IA. We are also sincerely grateful to the many other businesses and individuals who have, and continue to donate various forms of personal protective equipment for our staff to use during this time to enhance their … Read more A note of thanksRead More
**ADDITIONAL COVID-19 PUBLIC NOTICE-Relating specifically to sex offender registry (SOR), weapon permits and civil matters** Please read and share this message: Our Business Office is now closed until further notice. All in-person SOR and SOR related issues are suspended indefinitely. Items that normally required an in-person appearance shall now be handled via phone … Read more *Our Business Office is now closed due to the Covid-19 virus concerns*Read More
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to introduce the Iowa State Sheriffs’ & Deputies’ Association Institute Honorary Membership Program. This unique opportunity allows citizens of Sioux County to become Honorary Members and have an active role in helping make our community a safer place by providing resources and services to the Sheriff, Deputies and … Read more Information about upcoming Iowa Sheriffs’ & Deputies Association Honorary Membership ProgramRead More
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind all motorists to use your low-beam headlights during foggy conditions. Spring season is also a time when we encounter dense fog more often during our morning commutes; we want all motorists to practice this safety tip: Manually turn on your headlights when foggy conditions are present. Many … Read more Public safety reminder: manually activate your vehicle’s headlights when fog is presentRead More