Arlington Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Arlington Heights Police Department
  • Address: 1500 W Shure Dr, Arlington Heights, 60005 IL
  • Chief: Gerald Mourning (Chief of Police)
Phone: 847-368-5300

Arlington Heights Police Department is located at 1500 W Shure Dr, Arlington Heights, 60005 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Gerald Mourning. The Arlington Heights Police Department phone number is 847-368-5300.

Arlington Heights Police Department News

Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop to do the #9PMRoutine, you could miss it. #arlingtonheights #alwayslocked

#arlingtonheights #MemorialDay 2018 Parade- please join us!

#ARLINGTONHEIGHTS - CRIME ALERTS (4) - Theft / Motor Vehicle Burglary

The AHPD's 2017 annual report is available online....

Thanks to all who came out to support our #specialolympic athletes on Friday. #coponarooftop

#ARLINGTONHEIGHTS - CRIME ALERTS (6) - Theft / Criminal Damage / Burglary / Stolen Auto... More info:

Border to Border (B2B) is a 1-day, 4-hour national seat belt awareness Click It or Ticket kickoff event. Law enforcement agencies will join forces to provide increased seat belt enforcement sending a zero-tolerance message to the public: Driving or riding unbuckled will result in a ticket, no matter what State. Seat belt use is the single most effective way to survive a crash. The goal of this campaign is to reduce traffic fatalities and save lives. AHPD will be out this evening from 4PM-8PM. National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration

#ARLINGTONHEIGHTS - #HOTCRIMES - Watch for weekly HOT CRIME MAPS ... More info:

We are still here.....Come out to support Special Olympics Illinois Dunkin' Donuts 1010 E Rand Road in Arlington Heights for #coponarooftop #SpecialOlympics We are here until 2PM with US99 / Chicago's Hottest Country

#ARLINGTONHEIGHTS - CRIME ALERTS (10) - Theft / Motor Vehicle Burglary / Criminal Damag... More info:

Patton School Walkathon 18

Telephone scams are a year round occurrence. We received a report from a local business about a call from someone claiming they were from ComEd. The caller told them there bill was severely past due and they were going to cut off the electric. The employee contacted ComEd directly and confirmed their account was in good standing. The employee told us, "There were many red flags with this call." Trust your instincts. Just Hang Up! Do not give out account info over the phone. Do not make payment with gift cards - iTunes, visa, etc. If you believe your account may be past due, call the number on the bill you receive in the mail.