The Robins Police Department and Volunteer Fire Department work together to ensure the safety of our residents. Robins is served by Area Ambulance Service.
Call 911 in an emergency.
Non Emergency Number:
Police Chief: Andy Humphrey
- Brett Bartels
- Jim Dunn
- Mike Haeder
- Harvey Hall
- Pat Kremer
- Charlie McClintock
- Deric Oshel
- Tim Payne
- Mike Skaggs
Robins Police Resources
- Snow Emergency Code
Do you have a special medical condition (heart, lung, etc.)? If so, complete this form and deliver it to City Hall in a sealed envelope addressed to the Robins Police Department. City Staff will forward to the Robins Police Department.
Robins residents who travel out of state for extended periods of time can request that our police check on your home and property during your absence.
- Robins Deer Hunting Regulations
Volunteer Fire Department
Fire Chief: Brian Boots
Robins Fire Department Resources
UNUSED, UNWANTED, OR EXPIRED MEDICATIONS
Did you know improperly stored medications can lead to theft or accidental poisonings?
Prescription medications are the 2nd most abused or misused drugs among teens, and
almost 68% of person abusing or misusing prescription painkillers obtain the drugs
from friends or relatives.
Safely and anonymously dispose of these, using designated drop-off boxes:
- Linn County Sheriff’s Office
- Cedar Rapids Police Department
- Hiawatha Police Department
- Lisbon Police Department
- Marion Police Department
- Mount Vernon Police Department
- Jones County Sheriff’s Office
- Monticello Police Department
- Benton County Sheriff’s Office