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Bremer County, Iowa Sheriff Overview

Bremer County is a county found in the northeastern part of Iowa. Its county seat is in Waverly. Bremer County is included in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls, IA Metropolitan Statistical Area.Bremer County is named after Fredrika Bremer, a Swedish traveler, poet, and author.. Zip codes in Bremer County include 50622, 50631, 50647, 50666, 50668, 50674, 50676, 50677.

The Sheriff of Bremer County is currently Dan Pickett. You can contact the Sheriff through his phone number Ext.4100 or through his email address at

Bremer County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 111 4th St. NE
Waverly, IA 50677

Inmate Search in Bremer County Jail

The Bremer County Jail has an online list of incarcerated inmates currently in their Facility, found in their VINE site. The Jail Administrator is Adam Spray.


Important Jail Policies and Procedures

At least one of the following forms of valid identification is required by everyone over the age of eighteen requesting to visit an inmate:
Valid Driver’s License (any U.S. State) and Mexico
Valid I.D. Card
Valid Government Employee I.D. Card with picture (i.e. Military I.D.)
Valid Passport

Any minors present to visit must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. All visitors not on the inmate’s visitation list will be refused.
Nothing will be allowed to be brought into the visitation room. All items need to be secured before entering the visitation room.

The dress code is directed at both male and female visitors. The following clothing is not allowed: tube tops, see through mesh materials, short shorts, micro mini skirts, tank tops with thin straps, backless or sleeveless tops, midriff or cutoff shirts or bathing tops.

Visitation Times:
POD Monday Time Friday Time
GP1 1300-1700 1300-1700
GP2 0800-1200 1800-2200
F1 1800-2000 1000-1200
WR 2000-2200 0800-1000

All inmate correspondence must be sent through the U.S. Mail with the return address to:
Inmate: Name
Bremer County Jail
111 4th Street NE
Waverly, Iowa 50677

Cash and Money Orders are the only funds that the Bremer County Jail will accept for Inmates. Inmate funds that are mailed will only be accepted in the form of a Money Order. Cash and Money Orders may be dropped off during the inmate’s scheduled visitation time at the time of check in. Inmate funds will only be accepted at the time of check in.

The Inmate Phone system used in the Bremer County Jail is Securus Technologies. Friends and family may contact Securus technologies at or online at, to create an account and or any questions or comments reference the inmate phone system.

Working at Bremer County Sheriff’s Office/Jail

A Dispatcher position is open at Bremer County. The duties are not limited to the operation of multi-lane phone system and computer terminal and dispatching police, fire and emergency personnel, and must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays.

Qualifications include:

  • Must have high school diploma or GED
  • Ability to type and have computer experience
  • Must meet Iowa State requirements for certification and be capable of working in high stress situations
  • Ability to understand and demonstrate effective use of existing technology within the public safety communication center
  • Ability to articulate an understanding of the current capabilities, as well as demonstrate proper operation of the existing CAD system, including accurate data entry, effective screen navigation, prompt information retrieval, and system integration
  • Ability to articulate an understanding of and demonstrate the ability to efficiently and effectively process calls for service from all classes of agency customers, e.g. controlling the caller, collecting event specific information, assessing the information, selecting the proper call type and causing the appropriate response.

    The application forms can be taken here.

    Sex Offender Search and Lookup

    All registered sex offenders are registered on either a national or state sex offender database. The people on these databases have been convicted of a sex or kidnapping crime. The definition of a sex offender is a person convicted of a crime involving sex, including rape, molestation, and production or distribution of child pornography.

    You can access this information online for Bremer County by going to this link, but bear in mind that searches sometimes reveal primary last known addresses or, rather the block that they live on. You are also required to accept a disclosure to use the database.

    Bail and Bail Bondsman

    The bail and bond process is used to secure your release from jail in exchange for meeting certain conditions. It is imposed to ensure that you will make your court dates and not commit any further offenses while out. An Iowa criminal lawyer will bring up the issue of bail at your initial appearance before a judge. The judge makes a determination as to the conditions for your release until your next court date.

    Just as Iowa provides sentencing guidelines, it offers guidelines for bail bonds. The bond schedule for crimes other than forcible felonies and misdemeanors is as follows:

    Manufacturing or delivery of certain controlled substances – $25,000
    Felony for manufacturing or delivery of certain controlled substances – $50,000
    Class B felony – $25,000
    Class C felony – $10,000
    Class D felony – $5,000
    Aggravated misdemeanor – $2,000
    Serious misdemeanor – $1,000
    Simple misdemeanor – $300

    BremerCounty Probation Department
    Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
    Office: Bremer County Probation Department
    location: 415 East Bremer Avenue, Waverly, Iowa, 50677
    Phone: N/A
    Fax: N/A
    Bremer County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined 18
    Avg Daily Population not applicable
    Name of new facility not applicable
    Full time payroll 10
    Full time total employees 10
    Total salaries and wages not applicable
    Other operating expenditures not applicable
    Total construction costs not applicable
    Equipment, furnishings, etc not applicable
    Year of original construction not applicable
    Year of major renovation not applicable
    Name of new facility not applicable

    For more information on the Bremer County Jail in Iowa, Visit: 

    Address: 111 4TH STREET N.E. WAVERLY IA 50677

    Bremer County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016 13,890
    Number Employed Annual Average, 2016 13,382
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016 508
    Unemployment Rate, 2016 3.7
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015 65,295
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    Bremer County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014 1,791
    Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015 7.8
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

    Sheriff’s Office Composition and History The office of the “Sheriff” existed in England before the Magna Carta. The name is derived from two words “Shire” meaning “County” and “Reeve” meaning “keeper or bailiff”, and arrive in this country with the “common law” by the colonists who fled from England. The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office had its first elected sheriff in August of 1853 with Sheriff Austin Farris serving a total of one year and four months. Bremer County has since had a total of 24 individuals serve its people as Sheriff. In the early days the Sheriff provided the local law enforcement and operated the common jail. As the county grew, local law enforcement developed in those comminutes desiring more services than was available from the County Sheriff. While the Sheriff is ultimately responsible for all law enforcement activities in the entire county, he is able to accomplish this through local police agencies performing these services if available from local government. With the growth of local law enforcement, there has been a change in the role of the Sheriff. The Sheriff’s Office has progressed towards doing those police functions that have countywide implications and are best handled county wide. These would include Sheriff’s patrol, Jail, Civil Process, Criminal Investigations, Weapons Permits, D. A. R. E. and School Resource Officers, Accident Investigators, Consumer Fraud as well as all other generalized law enforcement duties. The Sheriff takes an active role in facilitating the coordination of law enforcement activities in his county. In Bremer County the Sheriff accomplishes the above tasks by having deputy sheriff’s carry out many of the sworn duties. A total of 12 deputy sheriff’s currently are employed by the sheriff’s office. Although all deputies are responsible for a basic understanding of all elements of law enforcement two deputies primarily focus on investigations including criminal investigations and drug investigations. Three deputies’ focus on civil process serving and the remainder work patrol. A part-time reserve deputy sheriff currently serves as the county school resource officer, serving 7 school districts throughout the county. The sheriff’s office also has two secretarial positions and 13 jailers under his direction. The sheriff also is in charge of communications for Bremer County which includes communications for all emergency services, which requires a staff of 5 full time employees and 1 part-time.
    1 day ago
    ****PRESS RELEASE****

    On November 17, 2017 Bremer County Deputies arrested Charles William McManemy, 46 of Shell Rock for possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine) with intent to deliver, a Class B felony. Mr. McManemy also had a warrant for theft 2nd degree, a Class D felony out of Bremer County.
    Mr. McManemy is being held in the Bremer County Jail on a $5,000 bond.
    added 40 new photos.5 days ago
    Week 7 of the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy was on Taser and defensive tactics. Participants had the opportunity to learn some defensive tactics moves and six of them volunteered to be Tasered.
    1 week ago
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    Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!!

    The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office and the Waverly Police Department is once again teaming up with the Governor’s Traffic Safety Bureau (GTSB) to ensure that you have a safe November and a happy Thanksgiving.

    Thanksgiving is a time when families and friends come together to share a meal and connect. It is also one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. Don’t let your Thanksgiving end in tragedy. Year after year, there are stories of family members who are killed on their way to Thanksgiving festivities. The most basic vehicle technology that has saved the most lives is the seatbelt. So we at the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office and the Waverly Police Department ask that you wear your seatbelt not just for this Thanksgiving weekend but wear it every day.

    Nationwide in 2015 (the last year in which data is available) the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recorded 301 passenger vehicle occupants as killed in traffic crashes during the Thanksgiving weekend and only fifty percent of those killed were buckled. In Iowa there were five fatalities during that time in both 2015 and 2016.

    If you are ejected from a vehicle in a crash, the odds are high that you will not survive. In 2015 eighty percent of the people totally ejected from vehicles in crashes were killed. Only one percent of occupants wearing seat belts were ejected compared to thirty percent of those who were unbuckled (NHTSA). Much like drunk driving these deaths could have been completely prevented with the simple click of a seat belt.

    The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office and the Waverly Police Department reminds you that whether you are traveling near or far, take a moment to simply buckle your seat belt. Wearing your seat belt is the single most effective way to save your life and the lives of your loved ones in the event of a crash. Failing to buckle up is dangerous and against the law. From the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office and the Waverly Police Department, we wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

    Buckle Up – Every Trip. Every Time.
    2 weeks ago
    The Bremer County Sheriff's Office would like to wish all of the past and current military personnel a Happy Veterans Day!! Thank you all for your service and the sacrifices you made to serve this great country!!
    added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago
    ****PRESS RELEASE****

    On November 8th, 2017 at 10:17 am, deputies from the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office responded to a two vehicle accident at 260th St. and Reed Ave, south of Readlyn.
    After an investigation it was determined that a red Honda Accord, driven by Linda Gloede, 59 of Denver failed to yield the right away to a silver Nissan Altima driven by Stacy Thurm, 39 of Readlyn.
    Both Ms. Gloede and Ms. Thurm were transported by ambulance to Allen Hospital for minor injuries. Ms. Gloede was issued a citation for failure to yield upon entering a through highway.
    The Bremer County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Readlyn Fire Department, Denver Ambulance, Iowa State Patrol and Del’s Wrecker Service.
    added 12 new photos.2 weeks ago
    Week 6 of the Bremer County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy consisted of operating while intoxicated presentation. Participants were educated on stats, standardized field sobriety test, videos, and ended with a live demonstration of field sobriety test and seated field sobriety test.
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