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    "To protect and serve the citizens of Buchanan County through professional and effective law enforcement."

    The mission of the Buchanan County Sheriff's Office is to provide for the protection and security of the citizens and visitors to Buchanan County. We are committed to excellence and efficiency in our services, responsibilities and the performance of our duties. Integrity is the hallmark of the deputies who serve you. We are committed to the highest standards, ethical conduct, truthfulness and moral behavior in all aspects of our performance. We hold our selves completely accountable for all of our actions, while taking pride in our professional level of service and our dignified treatment of all persons. Honesty, respect, compassion, integrity, trust and service are the cornerstones of the Buchanan County Sheriff's Office.

    This site has been created as a public service for any person, especially a citizen, who is interested in the operations and services of the Buchanan County Sheriff's Office. The Buchanan County Sheriff's Office includes a dedicated staff that is firmly committed to providing professional law enforcement services to the citizens and businesses in Buchanan County. We sincerely hope you enjoy visiting our web site and welcome any of your comments or questions.
Sours: https://www.co.buchanan.mo.us/196/Sheriffs-Office

Buchanan County Sheriffs Department / Buchanan County Jail

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Address and Phone Number for Buchanan County Sheriffs Department / Buchanan County Jail, a Sheriff Department, at 5th Avenue Northeast, Independence IA.

Buchanan County Sheriffs Department / Buchanan County Jail
210 5th Avenue Northeast
Independence, Iowa, 50644

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About the Buchanan County Sheriffs Department / Buchanan County Jail

The Buchanan County Sheriffs Department / Buchanan County Jail, located in Independence, Iowa, is a law enforcement agency that promotes public safety in Buchanan County through public policing and the management of county jails and inmates. The Sheriff's Office is responsible for patrolling any unincorporated areas of the county or areas not covered by the municipal Police force as well as enforcing legal judgments such as foreclosures, repossessions, and tax delinquencies.

You may contact the Sherriff's Office for questions about:
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  • Visiting and contacting Buchanan County inmates
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The Buchanan County Sheriff's Office administrative offices are open by appointment only, and we are temporarily suspending jail visitation and fingerprinting for employment until further notice. This is being done in order to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 (corona virus).   Persons with business such as weapons permits, salvage/junk vehicle paperwork, civil processes, sex offender registry requirements and any other business should contact the Sheriff's Office by calling (319) 334-2568.  The safety of our staff, inmates and the public is our priority. Accordingly, limiting non-essential services and close contact will allow us to reduce the spread of any viruses.

Thank you for your cooperation.

- Sheriff Scott Buzynski

About Our Office

starThe Buchanan County Sheriff's Office is comprised of Deputies, Investigators, Instructors, Civil Staff, Dispatchers and Corrections Officers all under a command staff led by Sheriff Scott Buzynski and Chief Deputy Mike Ratchford.

Buchanan County consists of 573 square miles and has a population of approximately 21,000. Within the county are eleven incorporated cities and two unincorporated towns, six major parks, twenty-one nature areas and five river accesses with the Wapsipinicon River running straight through the county.

The earliest history information for the Sheriff’s Office dates back to 1902 when the law enforcement for the county consisted of the Sheriff and one deputy. Their office was a room located in the old Courthouse. In 1939, Buchanan County built the existing Courthouse where the Sheriff, his deputy and a clerk had a small one-room office. As time passed, the number of deputies increased to keep up with the need to fight crime. In 1976, the Sheriff’s Office moved to the Buchanan – Independence Public Safety Center which is attached to the north side of the courthouse. In July of 2010, the Buchanan County Sheriff's Office began operating out of its new building which was constructed on the south side of the Buchanan County Courthouse. The new building houses the Sheriff's Office as well as the Communications Center and Correctional Center (jail).

The Buchanan County Sheriff's Office provides police protection and enforces local, state and federal laws for eight of the eleven incorporated communities as well as all of rural Buchanan County. The communities are Aurora, Brandon, Hazleton, Lamont, Quasqueton, Rowley, Stanley and Winthrop. The three remaining towns, Fairbank, Independence and Jesup have their own municipal law enforcement agencies.

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