Officer Jamie Sullivan
Officer Sullivan graduated from Wapsie Valley High School in 1997 and went on to receive his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology and Psychology from Upper Iowa University in 2002.
Officer Sullivan began his career in Law Enforcement when he was hired by the Franklin County Sheriff's Office as a Deputy in 2004.  He attended the 197th Basic Law Enforcement Academy at Camp Dodge graduating in 2004.   

Officer Sullivan was hired by the Waterloo Police Department in May of 2006.  He has been assigned to the Patrol Division and the Violent Crime Apprehension Team.

According to his supervisor, Officer Sullivan is a team oriented person who is always willing to help others out.  He is one of the hardest working officers on the Waterloo Police Department and is always willing to help others out even if he is not working at the time.  The information he has provided has solved many crimes.  Officer Sullivan has incredible ability to connect with people which helps him when interviewing suspects and witnesses.  

Congratulations Officer Sullivan!






Since 1970 there have been 43 different officers honored as "Officer of the Year".  The remaining officers
are listed below:

Year Honored Officer Year Honored Officer
2015 Kyle Ullom 2014 Eryn Hageman
2013 Greg Erie 2012 Brice Lippert
2011 Randy Hammitt 2010 Spencer Gann
2009 Jeff Tyler 2008 Gregory Kemp
2007 Rob Camarata 2006 Dave Bovy
2005 Matt McGeough 2004 Rob Duncan
2003 Robert Michael 2002 Steve Bagenstos
2001 Chris Gergen 2000 Cliff Caughron
1999 Verl "Skip" Johnson 1998 Jeffrey Harrington
1997 Tina Lathrop 1996 Michael McNamee
1995 Randy Chapman 1994 Jimmie Schmidt
1993 Scott Pagel 1992 Carroll Keinol
1991 Larry Coffin 1990 Cheryl Rathe
1989 Carl Teske 1988 Scott Lake
1987 Becky Christie 1986 Duane Foutch
1985 Buck Clark 1984 Rick Harned
1983 Thomas Shimp 1982 John Woods
1981 Richard Boesen 1980 A. Lynn Moller
1979 Carroll Keinol 1978 Brian Corcoran
1977 Darwin Cunningham 1976 Richard Arends
1975 Larry Thompson 1974 Michael Wagner
1970 Larry Dolan