Jim Shoup Linus Fedler Dustin Fullhart
Under direction of the Lee County Sheriff, the West Point Police Department, is located at the west-end of the Community Fire Station, 610 Avenue F, in West Point. Reserve officers, trained in CPR, ASP baton, oleoresin capsicum and defensive tactics, are assigned to community law enforcement. Additionally, Lee County Sheriff’s Deputies assist with law enforcement needs that may arise when a Reserve Officer is off duty. Please contact the Lee County Sheriff’s Office at (319) 372-1152 to request information concerning law enforcement within the City of West Point.
- REPORTING A CRIME – Dial (319)372-1152
- EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE – Dial 911
The West Point Fire Station is located at 610, Avenue F, in West Point. The all-volunteer Fire Department, consisting of a Chief and 31 firemen, provides fire protection to the contiguous rural area and communities of West Point, St. Paul and Pilot Grove, Iowa. Mutual aide agreements exist to assist other area fire departments. All firemen receive basic training in CPR and firefighting. The Department additionally holds skill/certification in EMT, para-medic, first responder and jaws. Fire Department equipment includes 3 fire trucks (2 pumpers and 1 tanker) and 2 rescue units. Annual fund-raisers include the Fireman’s Ball (conducted 2nd Saturday in February) and Fathers Day Pancake Breakfast (conducted in June). Telephone the West Point Community Fire Association at (319)837-6825 to request information on fire prevention and fund-raising activities. Or write to: West Point Fire Department, P.O. Box 239, West Point, Iowa 52656.
- REPORTING A FIRE and EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE – Dial 911