Cpl. Danielle Beck has been employed with the Dubuque
Police Department since 2002. Cpl. Beck spent 12 1/2 years working as a patrol
officer and was selected to become a DARE officer in 2008. Cpl. Beck has been
teaching the DARE middle school curriculum since 2008.
Cpl. Beck was promoted to Corporal in 2015 and became a
member of the Community Oriented Policing Division. Her duties included bicycle
patrol as well as participating in various community events to promote more
positive interactions with the citizens in the community, with a focus on
youth. Events included attending teen nights for question and answer sessions,
reading hours at the library and local elementary schools, attending
neighborhood association meetings as well as numerous safety presentations
within the community.
As of May 2016, Cpl. Beck has been selected as the
Juvenile Liaison Officer and the Elementary School Resource Officer for the
communities 17 elementary schools. In addition to handling calls for service
within the schools, Cpl. Beck will participate in class talks and continue to
teach the DARE elementary curriculum.
In addition to these roles, Cpl. Beck has served as a
Field Training Officer, is a member of the Mobile Field Force Unit, has been
part of the Citizen's Police Academy, is a member of the Midwest Gang
Investigators Association and previously served on the Board of Directors for
Opening Doors, an organization which assists women and children who are the
victims of domestic violence and/or homeless. Cpl. Beck continues to attend
trainings on topics such as poverty, youth mental health, and teen culture to
expand her skills in assisting youth in the community.
Cpl. Danielle Beck - L13School Resource Officer-Elementary
770 Iowa St. Dubuque, IA 52001Email: Dbeck@cityofdubuque.org