Evanston Police Department

  • Agency: Evanston Police Department
  • Address: 1454 Elmwood Avenue, Evanston, 60201 IL
  • Chief: Richard Eddington (Chief of Police)
Phone: 847.866.5000
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Evanston Police Department is located at 1454 Elmwood Avenue, Evanston, 60201 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Eddington. The Evanston Police Department phone number is 847.866.5000.

Evanston Police Department News

Due to some WiFi issues today’s Facebook Live coverage of Police Appreciation Day is presented in epic trilogy format.

Part 3

Appreciation Day Part 2

Police Appreciation Day 2018

EPD Traffic Unit is busy this week. They will be out looking for seatbelt violators for Click It or Ticket. They will also be doing a roadside safety check this Friday night at 1900 Dempster to prevent impaired driving this holiday weekend. #ClickItOrTicket #DriveSober

This time of year, EPD gets dogs off leash complaints. Please view video about the hazards of having your dog off leash.

Cop on Top 2018 at Dunkin’ Donuts. Officer Carmichael with two of Evanston’s Special Olympics Athletes. Officer Bernhardt tactfully solicits donations. Thanks to EFD Engine 24 for loaning EPD a ladder.

EPD Awards Ceremony 2018

Cop on Top fundraising event for Special Olympics is Friday May18th at the Dunkin' Donuts at 1900 Dempster. The event will be from 7am until noon.

Get free rabies vaccines and microchipping at the Evanston Animal Shelter this weekend (May 19th). Register at evanstonanimalshelter.net/event

Deputy Chief James Pickett and Sergeant Tracy Williams were each recognized for their 25 years of service to Evanston Police Department

Dear Evanston’s visit to The Officer & Gentlemen Academy. Get your tickets for the OGA Inaugural Breakfast and Awards Ceremony by going to cityofevanston.org/ogabreakfast

Officer Daley speaks as she receives the 2017-18 Distinguished Service Award from the Kiwanis Club of Evanston

Officer Howard speaks as he receives the 2017-18 Distinguished Service Award from the Kiwanis Club of Evanston

PO Bernhardt receives the Award of Valor from Sheriff Dart for her part in saving the life of a fellow officer involved in a traffic accident

Chief Eddington with EPD’s NET Unit as they receive the Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Unit Citation Award for 2017’s Operation Lakeside.

Please join us in supporting our youth of the Officer and Gentlemen Academy. We will be hosting our first Annual Empowerment Breakfast and Awards Ceremony. Enjoy a delightful breakfast along with guest speakers that include: TEDx speaker Karli Butler, 4th Ward Alderman Donald Wilson, Evanston/Skokie School District 65 Superintendent Dr. Paul Goren, and our keynote Reverend Dr. Michael Nabors of Second Baptist Church. Evanston’s Mayor, Steve Hagerty, will be presenting “The Quintessential Gentleman” Award to one of our outstanding students. We’d love for you to join us for the event. Tickets can be purchased for $40, and all proceeds will go towards the growth, educational, and extracurricular activities that support our students. Please visit: cityofevanston.org/ogabreakfast to purchase your tickets.

EPD’s Traffic Unit with Secretary of State Jesse White at the Illinois Police Memorial

Joe Bellino retired yesterday after 46 years with the department. When Joe started Elvis and even Charlie Chaplin were still alive. Joe rose to the rank of Deputy Chief before retiring in 2008 to become the PDs court liaison officer. Congrats on a well earned retirement.

Congrats to (retired) Deputy Chief Parrott and soon to be Lincolnwood Police Chief Parrott. Friday concluded 26 years of excellent service to the Evanston Police Department.

EPD Town Hall April 26

K9 Handler Sosa and Rony do a demonstration for kids at Walker School. One of the kids buried their gloves in the playground and Rony had to find them.

It’s not always fun and tricks for K9 Handler Sosa and Rony. As recently as Sunday morning they tracked and arrested an offender that fled an incident on Dodge.

EPD Officers train riding bikes down stairs at Northwestern University

The helicopter from the James Park Marshmallow drop takes off from Crown Center