Barrington Police Department

  • Agency: Barrington Police Department
  • Address: 400 N Northwest Hwy, Barrington, 60010 IL
  • Chief: Jerry Libit (Acting Police Chief)

Barrington Police Department is located at 400 N Northwest Hwy, Barrington, 60010 IL. The Acting Police Chief of the department is Jerry Libit. The Barrington Police Department phone number is 847-304-3300.

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SUSPECT CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH INCIDENT INVOLVING BARRINGTON POLICE OFFICER Atlas A. Davis, age 29, of 3453 W. Polk Street, Chicago, has been charged in connection with an aggravated battery incident that occurred at approximately 7:40 p.m. last evening. The incident involved the offender allegedly striking a Barrington police officer with his vehicle. At approximately 7:38 p.m. Monday evening, October 30, the Barrington Police Department received a dispatched call from a motorist who thought he was being followed by another vehicle. The caller was instructed to drive to the Barrington Police Department at the Barrington Public Safety Building, 400 N. Northwest Highway, Barrington. Two Barrington police officers then attempted to conduct a traffic stop in front of the Public Safety Building on Northwest Highway (Route 14). The offender then accelerated and struck one of the officers conducting the stop. The offender then fled the scene and was pursued by the Barrington Police Department with assistance from neighboring departments. The offender was later arrested and is awaiting a bond call in Lake County for the following charges: 1 count of Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer- Class 1 Felony 1 count of Aggravated Fleeing and Eluding a Police Officer- Class 4 Felony 1 count of Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Accident- Class 4 Felony 1 Count of Driving on a Suspended Driver’s License Multiple Traffic Citations The injured officer was transported to Good Shepherd Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and was released early this morning. “As a police department, we feel very fortunate that our police officer was not seriously injured,” said Barrington Police Chief David Dorn. “We are also very thankful to have the assistance of multiple police agencies in finding the offender and bringing this case to a successful conclusion with the appropriate charges filed.” For more information, please contact Barrington Police Chief David Dorn at 847-304-3300.

Today is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Drop off your expired or unused prescriptions at the Barrington Police Department.

Detective Allsteadt participated in a Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce, Women's Biz Net panel discussion on being a Community Hero. Detective Allsteadt is a 15 year veteran with the Barrington Police Department. She has worked in numerous capacities in law enforcement. She has been recognized both nationally and locally for her investigative efforts involving complex criminal cases. She is currently assigned to Barrington’s investigative division and is a member of several task forces in Cook and Lake County. Detective Allsteadt is also involved with the Barrington Police Benevolent Association. Through the BPBA, she leads in providing charitable programs for less fortunate members of the Barrington community.

UPDATE: The Shepherd mix has not been claimed and will be available for adoption. Please contact Northwest Rescue Network Team for additional information.

Can you help identify this suspect? The Barrington Police Department is looking for assistance identifying this individual involved in a theft from Shell gas station. If you have information, please contact Detective Allsteadt at 847-304-3308.

Do you recognize this dog? The Barrington Police Department found a female German Shepherd puppy near Route 59 and Providence on Monday. Please contact 847-304-3300 to be reconnected with your dog.

The Barrington Police Department is proud to announce the promotion of Chad Streff to Police Sergeant. Chad has been with the police department since 2004, serving in many roles including Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, and Major Crash Team Investigator. Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Chad Streff!

Thank you to all who stopped in for Coffee with a Cop this morning. It was great to meet new residents and see some familiar faces. Special thanks to Cook Street Coffee baristas!

Don't forget to join Barrington's finest for Coffee with a Cop this morning at Cook Street Coffee. Officers will be there from 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Today, the Barrington Police Department bid a fond farewell to Sergeant Kevin Croke, who is retiring as a detective from the department after 29 years. BPD Police Chief David Dorn praised Kevin's work ethic and passion for the job, saying, "I don't think in 29 years any one ever had to tell Kevin to work harder at his job." Best wishes on your new journey, Kevin!

Join Barrington Police Chief David Dorn, Assistant Chief John Burke, and several other Barrington Police Officers for "Coffee with a Cop" on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. at Cook Street Coffee. This is a national initiative to promote dialogue between local police officers and their communities. KIDS: Meet the friendly officers and check out their vehicles!

TERRY L. NORRIS of Volo Arrested on Felony Theft and Fraud Charges Exceeding $1 Million On Wednesday, September 27, 2017, Terry L. Norris of Volo was arrested on theft and fraud charges for crimes occurring in the Village of Barrington. On September 27, 2017, Norris appeared in Cook County court and bond was set at $200,000. Norris, a 49-year-old female, is charged with 1 count of Theft Exceeding $1,000,000; 1 count of Theft by Deception exceeding $1,000,000; 2 counts of Financial Institution Fraud exceeding $1,000,000; and 1 count of Identity Theft Exceeding $1,000,000. All are Class X felonies. From 2006 to 2016, Terry Norris was a bookkeeper for a Village of Barrington business located on the 200 block of E. Station Street. During that time, she allegedly wrote over 1,300 checks embezzling more than $1.5 million from the company. For more information, please call 847-304-3300.

STRANGER DANGER ALERT Barrington School District 220 has informed our community about a stranger danger incident that occurred today. At around 8:30 this morning, a middle school student was approached near a bus stop in South Barrington, by a Hispanic male in a green Pontiac. The man asked if he could give the student a ride to school. The man drove off after the student replied no, said the bus was coming, and took out his cell phone. The student was not harmed and attended school as scheduled. Police have been contacted and they are following up on the incident. Barrington 220 would like to take this opportunity to remind you to discuss stranger danger with your children, no matter how old they may be. Children should always be aware of their surroundings and walk in groups as much as possible. If a child is approached by a stranger, he/she should seek help immediately. Remember to report any suspicious activity to your school and police department. Thank you for your support, as we work to maintain a safe environment for all Barrington 220 students and all those in our community.

Join Barrington Police Chief David Dorn, Assistant Chief John Burke, and several other Barrington Police Officers for "Coffee with a Cop" on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. at Cook Street Coffee. This is a national initiative to promote dialogue between local police officers and their communities. KIDS: Meet the friendly officers and check out their vehicles!

Child Passenger Safety Week - September 17-23, 2017

Can you help identify this suspect? Barrington Police is looking to identify the suspect involved in a theft from Jewel. If you have information, please contact Detective Allsteadt at 847-304-3308.

Farmer's Insurance recognizes Barrington officers for their dedication and hard work with a "Salute to Heroes" luncheon.