Glenview Police Department

  • Agency: Glenview Police Department
  • Address: 2500 East Lake Avenue, Glenview, 60026 IL
  • Chief: William Fitzpatrick (Chief of Police)
Phone: (847) 729-5000
Fax: (847) 724-1518
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Glenview Police Department is located at 2500 East Lake Avenue, Glenview, 60026 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is William Fitzpatrick. The Glenview Police Department phone number is (847) 729-5000.

Glenview Police Department News

Great information on ATM skimmers, PLEASE WATCH!. Thanks Niles Police Department (IL).

In the past month, nearly 90% of drivers engaged in risky behavior behind the wheel. Are you one of them? #DriveSafe #AAA #DropItAndDrive #IDDAW

DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day For all unwanted, unneeded, expired PRESCRIPTION medication Saturday April 28, 2018, 10am-2pm Glenview PD, east parking lot NO NEEDLES, NO LIQUIDS, NO SHARPS

Nearly half of drivers report recently talking on a hand-held cellphone while behind the wheel. Hang up and drive. #DropItAndDrive #IDDAW #AAA

**Reminder** April is national Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Glenview Police Department is partnering with the Illinois Department of Transportation to remind motorists that if they drive with a phone in one hand, they can expect a ticket in the other.

April is national Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Glenview Police Department is partnering with the Illinois Department of Transportation to remind motorists that if they drive with a phone in one hand, they can expect a ticket in the other.

We thank our Glenview Public Safety Dispatchers for their dedication and job well done! #weare911 #NPSTW2018

Move over and slow down, it's the law! #scottslaw

Sending that text could mean a crash. Focus on the road. #DropItAndDrive #IDDAW #AAA

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Don't Text and Drive. #DropItAndDrive #IDDAW

Distracted driving tops the list of growing dangers on the road for drivers. How distracted are you? #DropItAndDrive #IDDAW #AAA

In the past month, nearly 90% of drivers engaged in risky behavior behind the wheel. Are you one of them? #BeSafe #DriveSafe #AAA

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month #JustDrive

ONLY 5 days left! Applications are due 3/23/18! Interested in a career in Law Enforcement? The Glenview Police Department is looking for interested applicants. http://recruitment.iosolutions.com/Online-Job-Applications/Police-Job-Applications/Glenview-IL-Police-Officer-Job-Application.html

As you head out to celebrate this #StPatricksDay, remember: #DriveSoberIllinois. Make a plan to get home safely BEFORE going out.

Have you heard who’s coming to the National Missing Children’s Day Event this year?? Our special surprise friends will be helping officers and firefighters celebrate National Missing Children’s Day on May 19, 2018!! You don’t want to miss it! Get your tickets now!

A great reminder!

Interested in a career in Law Enforcement? The Glenview Police Department is looking for interested applicants. http://recruitment.iosolutions.com/Online-Job-Applications/Police-Job-Applications/Glenview-IL-Police-Officer-Job-Application.html

The Glenview Civic Awards Committee is looking for nominees for the 51st annual Glenview Civic Awards. This is the 51st year that this special program will recognize and pay tribute to extraordinary citizens. A recognition program and dinner is scheduled April 20. Nominations are due Tuesday, March 12, for Citizen of the Year, Youth of the Year, Public Safety Award and Public Service Award -- the four categories in the Glenview Civic Award program, which honors citizens and public employees who made a difference in 2017. Nominees must be residents of Glenview or work in the Village. Explanations of each category and nominating forms are available on the Village's website at http://www.glenview.il.us/Pages/CivicAwards.aspx

SAVE-THE-DATE!! Glenview Police Department 3rd Annual National Missing Children’s Day Event!! Did you know? According to the FBI, in 2016 there were 465,676 entries for missing children. Similarly, in 2015, the total number of missing children entries was 460,699. Also, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children sent more than 143,000 notifications to electronic service providers regarding publicly accessible websites on which suspected child sexual abuse image appeared. Offenses such as KIDNAPPING, CHILD SEX TRAFFICKING, ONLINE ENTICEMENT, SEXTORTION and CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION are taking the innocence away from our children. The numbers are too high and we need to do something about it! Glenview Police Department is actively assisting the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children by raising awareness in how to protect our children and assisting in the search for our children that have yet to be found. In honor of National Missing Children’s Day the Glenview Police Department will be hosting our 3rd annual event on May 19, 2018 and you don’t want to miss it! Lots of information on child safety, FREE CHILD ID KITS, special guest appearances, touch-a-truck and lots of fun for kids! Get your tickets at https://glenviewnmcd.eventbrite.com Questions? Send an email to NMCD@glenview.il.us or contact Detective Medina at 847-901-6145

Come see us at the Park Center during the Resident Open House, we’re here until 11:30am.

Our thoughts are with the Chicago Police Department

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