FAQ

Q:  I have been the victim of a crime, now what?
A:  First, contact your local law enforcement agency and make a report.  They investigate crimes, make reports, and make arrests; the County Attorney is typically not involved until after an arrest is made.  Once an arrest is made, you can contact our office to discuss your case further or visit the Victim/Witness section of our website.

Q:  How do I drop a no contact order?
A: The County Attorney’s office cannot drop no contact orders.  You must meet with a domestic violence counselor from Catholic Charities and then appear before a judge in open court to request that the no contact order be dropped.

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Hope 4 Iowa

The HOPE 4 IOWA Crisis Call Line connects individuals in crisis to a helping hand and the resources to address and improve mental wellness. Available 24/7. For more information visit our website here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pottawattamie County Emergency Notification System

Pottawattamie Alert is the countywide emergency notification system serving all residents within Pottawattamie County and its communities.

Part of the Alert Iowa System, Pottawattamie Alert is a high-speed notification and weather warning service. This no-charge service is available to businesses and residents of Pottawattamie County and its Communities that allows public officials to warn citizens of pending emergencies, critical public information during disasters, recommended protective actions, and provides automated severe weather warnings tailored to your preferences. The system can also be used to provide other important information to communities.

REGISTER TODAY – CLICK THE POTTAWATTAMIE ALERT LOGO