Floyd County Sheriff's Office

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About the Floyd County Sheriff's Office

It is the mission of the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office to protect the lives and property of the residents of this county by providing the highest quality and most professional law enforcement, correctional, and support services attainable in a cost-effective manner.

The Sheriff's Office is responsible for enforcing all federal and state laws as well as county ordinances with the county.  

We are the primary law enforcement agency for all rural areas in Floyd County as well as the towns of Colwell, Floyd, Rudd, Rockford and Marble Rock.  We also assist local law enforcement in Charles City and Nora Springs. 


  • Serve and maintain all active Floyd County arrest warrants
  • Courtroom and Courthouse security
  • Respond to calls for service to citizens
  • General patrol of all roads in Floyd County
  • Traffic enforcement
  • Criminal law enforcement
  • Accident investigation
  • Criminal investigation
  • Narcotics investigation
  • Put on talks/programs for schools and organizations
  • House checks
  • Town and business checks
  • County park checks
  • Conduct all Court ordered transports
  • Issue weapon permits
  • Contract law enforcement with Floyd, Colwell, Marble Rock, Rudd, and Rockford
  • Assist Charles City and Nora Springs Police Departments
  • Keep records of sex offenders
  • Operate and administrate the jail
  • Provide care and security for inmates
  • Escort prisoners to Court from jail facility
  • Fingerprint all people that are arrested in Floyd County
  • Fingerprint citizens for employee background checks
  • Transport all prisoners to medical/dental appointments
  • Transport people arrested on Floyd County warrants
  • Reserve Deputies
 
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    Physical Address
    101 S Main Street
    Suite 501
    Charles City, IA 50616

    Phone: 641-228-1821
    Emergency: 911

    Office Hours

    Monday through Friday
    8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.