Hanover Park Police Department

  • Agency: Hanover Park Police Department
  • Address: 2011 W Lake St, Hanover Park,, 60103 IL
  • Chief: Ronald Moser (Chief of Police)
Phone: (630) 823-5500
Fax: (630) 823-5499

Hanover Park Police Department is located at 2011 W Lake St, Hanover Park,, 60103 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Ronald Moser. The Hanover Park Police Department phone number is (630) 823-5500.

Hanover Park Police Department News

Deputy Chief Ciancio is featured in the Veteran's Spotlight column of Ten Two News today: http://www.tentwonews.com/veterans-spotlight-hanover-park-deputy-chief-joseph-ciancio/

******This puppy has been claimed by his owners.***** From Sgt. Gniewosz: We are looking for the owner of the pictured dog (black/white lab mix) which was found by a resident on 11/06/17 at approximately 1520hrs in the 7900 Block of Meadowbrook. The dog is wearing a red collar, but does not have any tags or AVID chips. If you have any information regarding their owner please contact the station at 630-823-5500

The Hanover Park Police Department offers its sincerest condolences to our brothers and sisters at the Rockford Illinois Police Department on the loss of Officer Jaimie Cox. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and coworkers in the wake of this terrible tragedy.

As Movember comes to the end of its first week, here is a progress photo for some of our Team B Officers.

Power has been restored - County Farm / Ontarioville - Traffic signals are working properly. https://t.co/qZPnFE5OCP

HPPD is attempting to locate the owner of this male Shitzu mix found on 11/4/17 in the area of Hickory/ Sycamore. It has no collar or microchip. Please contact HPPD at 630-823-5500 with any information.

Over the past few years, several officers of the #HanoverPark Police Department have grown mustaches during the month of November. This is commonly referred to as “Movember” or “No Shave November” for cancer awareness. This year, officers have received authorization to grow beards for the month as well. As followers of our page may recall, last year our officers decided to donate to a charity that funds awareness for prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's health. We will again be donating to the cause this year. We will be updating this page throughout the month with some beard and mustashe progress photos. Here are a few photos to kick it off...

HPPD-Recruitment Team is currently attending the Government Job Fair hosted by University of Illinois at Chicago. The Government Job Fair is located at The UIC Student Centers 3rd Floor Illinois Rooms A & B. Stop by to speak with Officer Giudice & Sergeant Weil to learn more about HPPD Career & Internship Opportunities. #HanoverPark #Chicago #PoliceOfficer #MakeADifference

Just a reminder to all pet owners...Please put name tags on your dogs and have them microchipped. We get many comments from people regarding the large number of found dogs we post on our page. The dogs posted here are the ones that DON'T have identification or a microchip. Those with ID or a chip are returned to their owners. And while identification systems can't take the place of responsible pet ownership, pets with a chip or tag are far more likely to make it back home. For those concerned about the cost, check with your local shelters (such as the Animal Welfare League) to see if they have a discounted microchip program. Some veterinary clinic also run discounted microchip campaigns during the year. Let's keep your pets picture off our facebook page!

******UPDATE ****** This puppy has been reunited with his owner. From Sgt. Gniewosz: We are looking for the owner of the pictured dog (white/gray Pitbull) which was found by a resident on 11/02/17 at approximately 1530hrs in the area of Redford and Cinema. The dog is wearing a gray/white collar, but does not have any tags or AVID chip. If you have any information regarding their owner please contact the station at 630-823-5500.

Emergency Management Officials, National Weather Service Encourage Winter Preparedness November is Winter Weather Preparedness Month in Illinois SPRINGFIELD – Chilly temperatures experienced across the state recently are a reminder that the cold, snow and ice of Illinois winters aren’t far behind. To help people prepare for potentially dangerous winter weather, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA), the National Weather Service (NWS) and local emergency management agencies will highlight winter weather preparedness throughout November. “According to the National Weather Service, there hasn’t been a winter in Illinois without at least one winter storm in the past century,” said IEMA Director James K. Joseph. “During the winter of 2014-15, we had nine winter storms. To ensure you and your family stay safe no matter how bad the weather is this winter, please take a few minutes now to prepare.” Joseph said IEMA and the NWS developed a winter weather preparedness guide to help people understand winter weather risks, along with tips for staying safe at home, in the car and at school. It also includes lists of suggested items for home and vehicle emergency supply kits. The guide is available on the Ready Illinois website at www.Ready.Illinois.gov. “The past two winters across the state of Illinois have been rather mild with little snow and ice. That may not be the case this coming winter season.” said Chris Miller, warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Lincoln. “People traveling need to be aware that most winter time traffic accidents occur with minor amounts of snow or ice, particularly when it has been a long time since we've faced those types of road conditions. The key is to just slow down to give yourself enough time and distance to stop your vehicle.” Follow the Ready Illinois Facebook (www.facebook.com/ReadyIllinois) and Twitter (twitter.com/ReadyIllinois) pages for winter preparedness tips through the season.

The pictured male terrier mix was located on 10/31/17 at approximately 9PM in the area of Arlington/ Andover. He has no collar or microchip. Anyone with information on the owner is asked to contact HPPD at 630-823-5500. Thanks

Our bike patrol officers were out and about among the trick-or-treaters today. Officers Gonzalez and Lauer convinced some of the scary tricksters to pose with them!

From Sgt. Gniewosz: We are looking for the owner of the pictured dog (white/brown male Pitbull) which was found by a resident on 10/29/17 at approximately 0745hrs in the area of Center and Laurel. The dog does not have any tags, collars, or an AVID chip. If you have any information regarding their owner please contact the station at 630-823-5500.

PD and PW partnered together to purchase and deploy 2 solar charged flashing stop signs. These stop signs are portable and will be moved around to "problematic" intersections throughout the village in an attempt to raise motorists awareness levels of the stop sign at these intersections. The two stop signs are currently in place at Longmeadow and Walnut. Most importantly, these stop signs ARE compliant with federal regulations.

On 10/25/17 Officer Sullivan attended the Hanover Township Halloween celebration at the township office located at 7431 Astor. The party included pizza, crafts, candy, and information on having a Safe and Happy Halloween. The children all had a fun time and Officer Sullivan met several party goers who were already in their festive costumes.