Glenwood Police Department

  • Agency: Glenwood Police Department
  • Address: One Asselborn Way, Glenwood, 60425 IL
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Glenwood Police Department is located at One Asselborn Way, Glenwood, 60425 IL. The Glenwood Police Department phone number is 708-753-2420.

Glenwood Police Department News

Tyler has been located and back with his family. Thank You

ATTEMPT TO LOCATE....MISSING JUVENILE....... The Glenwood Police Department is trying to locate Tyler Powell who has been reported as missing by his parents. Tyler is from Glenwood IL and attends school in the area. Tyler was last seen wearing a Black Coat with a navy blue shirt and pants. If anyone has any information about the location of Tyler Powell please contact the Glenwood Police Department at 708-753-2420

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The Glenwood Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred at the Gas Depot located at Main st and N main st in our town. The Female white suspect who is captured on surveillance footage has short hair which looks to be blue in color. The female suspect took the victims purse and then got into a silver in color Honda Accord and fled the area dragging the victim. We have attached a picture of the suspect from the surveillance footage from the Gas Depot. Anyone having information as to the identity of the suspect please contact the Glenwood Police Department Investigations Division. 708-753-2420

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**NOTICE** *NEW BUSINESS HOURS* EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2017 Monday: 9-5 Tuesday: 9-5 The FIRST Tuesday of each month: 9-7 Wednesday: 9-5 Thursday: 9-5 Friday: 9-5 The FIRST Saturday of each month 9-Noon

***WARNING*** Electrical Lines Down. Rebecca and Main. Please use alternate routes if driving through town. Crews have been working since before 6am to safely and effectively fix this issue. Thank you for your understanding.

So many people do not recycle. So many in fact you think it would be illegal. It is not only legal but an amazing way to help our community and the earth. Please stop on by the village hall Saturday

Happy Mother's Day from the GPD

E-MAC is partnering with ComEd, NEW and One Savvy Veteran for a day of learning about careers in Energy. This is an event for Female Military Veterans who are unemployed or underemployed and interested in learning about opportunities and roles at ComEd, and would like to enhance their career through quality networking, resume-writing workshops and free career clothes and accessories. Event is kid-friendly.

According to the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”), most abused prescription drugs come from family and friends. The DEA has described unused or expired prescription medication as a “public safety” issue, leading to accidental poisoning, overdose and abuse. •Pharmaceutical drugs can be just as dangerous as street drugs when taken without a prescription or a doctor’s supervision. •The majority of teenagers abusing prescription drugs get them from family and friends—and the home medicine cabinet. • Unused prescription drugs thrown into the trash can be retrieved and abused or illegally sold. •Just as troubling, every day prescription drugs are dumped down drains, toilets, and in garbage. Proper disposal of unused drugs saves lives and protects the environment. If you have unsued or expired prescription medication please bring them to Glenwood Village Hall to dispose of them safely.

We always love to hear when one of our strays has landed a loving forever-home. This doberman was picked up by Glenwood Police Department's Animal Warden, Paul Sanchuk a month ago. Ofc. Sanchuk brought her to the South Suburban Humane Society where Janna Blaydes saw her and decided to foster her back to health. This Doberman sure is living the life now!

The Nicor Gas Pipeline Marker Program: • Nicor Gas is in the process of installing pipeline markers in all required areas of its service territory. • These new pipeline markers are necessary for the safety of the public and are required by federal regulations. • If a concern should arise regarding the location of a pipeline marker, Nicor Gas will review for placement at an alternate location - if possible. Why is this necessary?• When excavators work around buried pipelines, there is a risk that they may damage underground gas lines. This causes potentially dangerous situations and costly repairs. Nicor Gas is able to indicate the presence of buried gas pipelines by demarcating our pipelines with pipeline markers.• While it is law for excavators to call 811 to have utility lines marked in advance of an excavation, the pipeline markers are intended to act as an additional reminder to excavators working in areas that may not appear to have buried pipelines.