Hinsdale Police Department

  • Agency: Hinsdale Police Department
  • Address: 121 Symonds Drive, Hinsdal, 60521 IL
  • Chief: Bradley Bloom (Chief of Police)

Hinsdale Police Department is located at 121 Symonds Drive, Hinsdal, 60521 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Bradley Bloom. The Hinsdale Police Department phone number is 630-789-7070.

Hinsdale Police Department News

A hand painted rain barrel was found abandoned in the 500 blk of Princeton on 1/15/18. If you know where this belongs (possibly a school or community building), please let us know so we can find the owner. Somebody put a lot of work into this and we would like to see it returned to those who made it in lieu of being destroyed.

Looking to make Hinsdale a safer community after vehicle burglaries were reported during the overnight hours at three separate locations. All vehicles were left unlocked, and in one of the cases the garage door opener was used to open the overhead garage door to access additional vehicles. In nearby jurisdictions, additional vehicles were burglarized and a vehicle was stolen. Help us help you. #LockYourCars

Roadway conditions are getting hazardous with freezing rainfall. Use caution and avoid unnecessary travel. Please yield to snow plows out salting.

There are intermittent gate problems this morning at the Garfield, Washington, and Lincoln crossings. Burlington Northern Railroad has been notified to investigate, but there is no ETA for repair. Please plan ahead and use the Oak Street Bridge or the Monroe and Stough Street crossings as alternatives.

From the men and women of the Hinsdale Police Department, we wish everyone happy and safe holidays. Please note the lobby holiday schedule-

The Hinsdale Police Department is investigating a forced entry residential burglary that occurred in the 600 block of S. Lincoln today between 8:45am and 10:18am. We would like to remind the public to contact the police immediately to report any suspicious people or activity. If anyone has any information related to this incident, please contact the police department at 630-789-7070.

Reunited and it feels so good. One Louis helping out another- Louis the dog has been reunited with his owner with the help of Sergeant Louis Hayes.

Found dog, area of 6th St & Stough St. Brown & white, 15-20 pounds; black harness. Corralled into a backyard in the area. Call police desk 630-789-7070 to get reunited with it before taken to Hinsdale Humane Society for the evening. ****Update- the dog's owner has been found 3:37 PM ***

A car key was found yesterday on 6th Street between Thurlow and Monroe. It has a single metal keychain attached to it that says "NIPSCO." Please call or come into the Police Station if it yours.

If you have an iPhone and are ever in a situation where you need to contact the police discreetly, hit the lock button on the side quickly 5 times in a row, and you will get this screen. Sliding the Emergency SOS will call 9-1-1. #themoreyouknow For a full breakdown of how it works plus emergency features on the Apple Watch, Samsung Galaxy, all other Androids check out this link- https://www.mindovermenieres.com/powerful-emergency-features-on-your-phone/

There continues to be activity in the surrounding communities regarding Burglary to Motor Vehicles and Vehicle Thefts. Secure your car, remove the keys/fob, and report suspicious behavior by calling 911.

Please see updates to the Solicitor Ordinance including vests registered solicitors are required to wear.

Doing some online shopping soon? Thieves have been know to follow delivery vehicles in order to steal packages. Please prevent package theft with the following options; Schedule delivery at a time when you will be home. Ask for a signature upon delivery, so you can ensure receipt of your package. Have the package delivered to your place of business, or a neighbor you know will be home.

The Hinsdale Police Department would like to wish you a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. Please drive safely, put your phone down, and buckle up.

There have been more and more calls about coyotes lately. The Forest Preserve District of DuPage County has a great page on coyotes and other wildlife animals. Learn some facts about coyotes and how to deter them by clicking this link: http://www.dupageforest.org/plants-wildlife/wildlife/living-with-wildlife/coyotes

Please read below for the latest on where the re-paving in Hinsdale is headed and please plan accordingly!

He is more than a chaperone on an 8th grade HMS trip to Washington DC, he is also a birthday boy. Nothing like having the entire plane serenade you. Happy Birthday Officer Coughlin.

There was overnight activity in Hinsdale that resulted in the theft of two motor vehicles. One vehicle has been recovered. Offenders are drawn to the community due to the perception that vehicles are left unlocked with keys inside. Please help change that perception, and help the community by locking your vehicles and removing the keys.

Halloween is tomorrow and we hope everyone will take a couple of minutes to review these safety tips. As we normally do each year, our officers will be passing glow stick necklaces for trick-or-treaters tomorrow. Happy Halloween!

Here is the latest of where the paving schedule is headed, beginning tomorrow through Thursday of this coming week

Please remember to have a designated driver this Halloween weekend and be safe!

Please see the latest update on the paving schedule in Hinsdale, set to begin Saturday. Please plan accordingly. We will continue to share these posts on our page.

In the early morning hours of Friday 10/20, a vehicle was reported stolen in the 400 E. Block of 9th Street. As a reminder, please lock your car doors, take your keys with you and do not leave valuables in plain sight.

The 2016 Police Department Annual Report has been published, and is available for pickup at the station, or can be viewed online at http://www.villageofhinsdale.org/Annual%20Report%202016.pdf