Sergeant Dan Quigley #352
Sgt. Quigley started Part Time with the State Center Police Department in June of 2011. Quigley started his Law Enforcement Career as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff with the Tama County Sheriff’s Office in 2005. In October of 2008 Quigley was hired as a Police Officer by the City of Scranton. In 2009 the City of Scranton appointed him as Chief of Police, a position he held until returning to the Tama-Toledo area in 2010. Where he began working for the Meskwaki Nation Tribal Police earning the rank of Sergeant with the Casino Division. Quigley currently is a Police Officer with the City of Toledo. He also works as a Part Time Deputy Sheriff for the Tama County Sheriff’s Office. Quigley is a graduate of the 228th Basic of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy. He holds a certification as a Crisis/Hostage Negotiator, as an ILEA Defensive Flashlight Instructor and in Drug Abuse Recognition.
Officer Glenn Goode #353
Officer Goode joined SCPD as a Part Time Officer in January of 2012. Officer Goode began his Law Enforcement Career as a Reserve Police Officer with was hired by the City of Scranton as a Police Officer. During his time with the City of Scranton Goode served as a Police Officer and later became Chief of Police. Since leaving Scranton in 2002, Goode has been a Peace Officer with the Iowa Department of Transportation, Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement, where he currently holds the title of Motor Vehicle Sergeant/Hazardous Material Specialist. Throughout his Law Enforcement career Goode has also worked Part Time with the Cities of Anita, Madrid and with the Greene Count y Sheriff’s Office. Officer Goode holds an Associate of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Iowa Lakes Community College. He is also a graduate of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy’s Basic Level II course. Goode is a certified MPH Radar Instructor, and has completed multiple specialized Law Enforcement training courses.