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

DON'T FORGET...this Saturday is PEDAL THE PRESERVE! The Hanover Park Police Department will host a Bike Rodeo from 9:00am to 10:30am at Spring Wood Middle School. Attendees will have the opportunity to register their bikes, have their bikes inspected for safety, and test their skills on a fun obstacle course. A limited number of free helmets are available. At 10:30am, Mayor Rodney Craig will lead riders on a bike ride through the forest preserves of Hanover Park. At the end of the ride everyone will get free ice cream! Don't miss this family-friendly event!

Join the Hanover Park Police Department and Arnold-Heath Memorial VFW Post 5151 at Tap House Grill (Barrington Rd & Tower Dr) for Saturday Cruise Night today from 5-9pm. Classic Cars! Great Music Jose Ramos!

Temperatures will soar into the upper 90s Saturday morning through Monday evening. With the heat index, it could feel like more than 100 degrees at times. The sunset won't bring much relief, as the heat indices were expected to remain in the 90s in the evenings and possibly into the overnight hours. The National Weather Service said Cook County will be under an Excessive Heat Watch from Saturday through Monday. The Hanover Township Office is an available cooling center for Hanover Park residents. Hanover Township Offices 240 S. IL Route 59 Bartlett, IL 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. M/W/F 8:30 a.m.- 8:00 p.m. T and THURS 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. SAT Transport: Yes, please call (630) 483-5656 (seniors or disabled only) For a complete listing of area cooling centers, search "Cooling Centers" on the Internet or follow this link, http://cookcountyhomelandsecurity.org/cook-county-cooling-centers DuPage County residents can follow, http://www.dupagecris.org/

This female puppy was located in the 1100 block of Court G in the Tanglewood neighborhood. No tags or chip were located. Anyone having or needing information can call the Hanover Park Police Department at 630-823-5500.

This male Terrier mix was located near Walnut and Hickory on 6/13/18 around midnight. He has a red collar, black leash, no tags or microchip. Anyone having or needing information please contact the Hanover Park Police Department at 630-823-5500.

Attention Bargain Hunters!! Hanover Township Youth & Family Services is sponsoring a garage sale on June 22nd & 23rd. Proceeds from the sale will be used to send their teen leaders to leadership camp. Stop by the garage sale, pick up some great bargains, and support a good cause! **If you have items that you would like to donate for the sale, you may drop them off on the morning of the sale.** See the flyer for more details.

*****Update: @ 1100 hrs information was received that Lilian was traveling on I-35 South about 2 hours north of Laredo, Texas***** The Hanover Park Police Department is attempting to locate the missing persons pictured below. Lilian and Angel were last seen on June 11, 2018 at approximately 9:30 a.m. in the 2400 block of Leslie Lane. Information has been obtained that Lilian and her son, Angel, may be near San Antonio, Texas and possibly enroute to Guatemala. If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of Lilian and Angel, please contact the Hanover Park Police Department at 630-823-5500 or Detective Hendry at 630-823-5549.

Shared by Lt. Sherrill - People don't realize how quickly it happens - Please read this important information from the National Safety Council #NSC #hanoverparkpolice

Yesterday members of the Hanover Park and Streamwood Police Departments ran in the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Illinois. Great Job to everyone that completed the run!!

Tomorrow night is the Village's first MOVIE IN THE PARK. "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" will be shown in East Harbor Park (corner of Wildwood & Grosse Pointe). The Hanover Park Park District will be there beginning at 8:00pm with lawn games for everyone and crafts and a treasure hunt for the younger kids (Parents: please note this film is rated PG-13). Pop's Premier Kettlecorn will be selling popcorn and beverages (cash only). The movie will begin at dusk (around 9:00pm). Grosse Point will be closed to traffic, but parking is available on nearby residential streets. There is rain in the forecast today and tomorrow so we recommend bringing chairs or plastic tarps to sit on in case the grass is wet, and don't forget your insect repellent. Watch the Village and Police Department's Facebook pages for updates. In the event of rain, we may have to cancel the movie. We look forward to seeing everyone out at East Harbor Park on Friday night!

Shared by Lt. Sherrill - while this is important all year long, it's even more vital as the temperatures rise....

Recently, we received a letter via Mayor Craig from State Senator Laura Murphy congratulating the Village on earning accreditation from Safe Communities America through the National Safety Council. We are proud of this achievement and much appreciated the Senator's letter:

******DOG HAS BEEN REUNITED WITH OWNER****** From: Sgt E Villanueva This brown, male, German Shepherd was found in the area of Walnut and Valley View on today’s date around 8:05 am. The dog is wearing a red collar, but has no identification tags or microchip. If you are the owner or know who is, please call the Hanover Park Police Department at (630) 823-5500. Thank you!

Touch a Truck Event coming this Saturday:

Join us this Saturday, June 2nd, for #HanoverPark Touch-a-Truck. The event will take place at the Metra Train Station from 9am-1pm. We will have retired squad 165 on display (view-only) as well as 36+ vehicles.

Join us at our Movie in the Park at East Harbor Park at the corner of Wildwood and Grosse Pointe, Friday, June 8th for a showing of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Movie is FREE!! Pop's Premier Kettle Corn for sale. Free prize giveaways! Movie begins at dusk.

From Lt. Sherrill: Memorial Day. A day for remembering those who have given their lives in the armed services. We must never forget those who died, those who fought, those who served, and those who currently serve. Always remember what they fought and died for. Not for any one political party. Not for any one politician. Not for any one ... anything. They fought and died for everyone. From the poorest family wondering if they’ll eat anything today to the billionaires wondering if they’ll have time for a round of golf before dinner. They continue to fight and die for each and every one of us. Memorial Day is a day to remember. Remember when the United States were actually united? The days when I might disagree with my neighbor about everything he says, but I would fight to the death his right to say it? That’s what our brave men and women in the military do. Remember them. Encourage them. Think about them. Remember when the United States was a shining example to the rest of the world how different people can believe different things and we would all discuss it and protest it and vote on it and eventually work it all out? The ability to do that is what made the U.S. a beacon of light to all the other nations of the world. We didn’t hate. We didn’t accuse. We eventually did the right thing. Sometimes I forget that. The people who fight and die for us never forget. Remember them on Memorial Day. #hanoverparkpolice; #memorialday; #USnavy; #USarmy; #USAF; #USMC; #USCG; #USveterans

On May 10, 2018, Officer Gonzalez was dispatched to a residence for the report of a possible narcotics overdose. Officer Gonzalez arrived on scene and contacted the unresponsive patient, who appeared to be suffering from a possible opiod overdose. Officer Gonzalez prepared and administered Naloxone to the patient and additionally began performing chest compressions. The patient showed an improvement in their breathing and later made a full recovery. Officer Gonzalez is recognized for his quick actions which helped save a life. Officer Gonzalez is pictured here receiving the Department's Lifesaving Award from Sergeant DiVito.

AVOID W/B Lake St at IL390 for the next hour due to dump truck loosing it's load on roadway. Please use alternate routes. https://t.co/eu9GN8gD1s

Illinois Joins ‘Border to Border’ Effort to Enforce Seat Belt Laws, Reduce Injuries and Deaths Multistate ‘Click It or Ticket’ operation underway through Memorial Day SPRINGFIELD –The Illinois Department of Transportation and Illinois State Police are teaming with up more than 160 law enforcement agencies throughout the state in the national “Border to Border” mobilization, sending a unified message that riding or driving without a seat belt will not be tolerated. Increased patrols and seat belt enforcement zones will be along major interstates, state border crossings and hundreds of well-traveled local roads starting this evening and extending through Memorial Day. “Illinois State Police enforce seat belt and child restraint use year-round, said Illinois State Police Director Leo P. Schmitz “Increased enforcement around Memorial Day serves as a reminder to motorists that we take traffic laws seriously.” With their counterparts in Missouri, Iowa, Indiana and Wisconsin, IDOT and ISP are enforcing seat belt laws through the national “Border to Border” effort, with a heightened presence between 4 and 8 p.m. tonight. Organized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as part of the “Click It or Ticket” campaign, the initiative is bringing together the power of 10,000 agencies across the nation to reinforce seat belt use as the most effective strategy to avoid injury or death if you are involved in a crash. “Illinois is experiencing an increase in deaths on our roads, as are our neighbors on every border,” said Illinois Transportation Secretary Randy Blankenhorn “We hope this joint effort encourages everyone who travels in Illinois to buckle up and play their part in creating a safe travel system for everyone.” Keep these tips in mind when traveling this summer: • Buckle up. Wearing a seat belt positions you in the vehicle safely, works with air bags to protect you and slows the body down to minimize injury. • Sober up. Alcohol and drugs inhibit your ability to operate a vehicle. Do not use them and then get behind the wheel. • Slow down. Speed drastically increases the risk of injury or death in a crash. • Phone down. Texting and talking on a cell phone is not only dangerous, it is illegal in Illinois. CONTACT: Sgt. Ryan Cape (ISP) 847.651.6863 Gianna Urgo (IDOT) 312.814.4693 Guy Tridgell (IDOT) 312.793.4199 www.idot.illinois.gov; #hanoverparkpolice; #IDOT

On Wednesday, May 16th the Hanover Park Police Department assisted the Carol Stream Police Department and a Carol Stream Fire Protection District with a simulated DUI fatal crash scene at Glenbard North High School. The crash scene was simulated at the high school to help raise student awareness of the dangers of impaired and distracted driving.