Iowa Shooting

Nassau County leaders and residents express their heartfelt prayers and condolences to the police officers, their families and the Des Moines and Urbandale Police Departments for the police officers that were killed in the line of duty last night in Iowa.

The Nassau County Police Department is taking all steps necessary to ensure the safety of the public and its police officers. There will be intensified patrols in areas of public gatherings and near critical infrastructure. Social media outlets will be intensely monitored and the NCPD requests the public’s assistance in any way possible to stop threats to public safety.

The NCPD is coordinating with other federal and local authorities and are assessing national and local threat levels.

If you see something, say something.  If you hear something, say something.

Immediate threats should be called into 911 and tips can be called into Crime Stoppers at 800-244-TIPS.

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