La Grange Police Department

  • Agency: La Grange Police Department
  • Address: 304 W. Burlington Ave., La Grange, 60525 IL
  • Chief: Michael A Holub (Chief of Police)
Phone: (708) 579-2333
Fax: (708) 579-1085

La Grange Police Department is located at 304 W. Burlington Ave., La Grange, 60525 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael A Holub. The La Grange Police Department phone number is (708) 579-2333.

La Grange Police Department News

Lyons Township High School staff, the Western Springs Police Department and the La Grange Police Department have been working together to investigate recent safety concerns that were brought to our attention. This information has been thoroughly reviewed and no credible threat was found. Lyons Township High School has issued a safety statement in response to the concerns. Dialogue between these three entities will continue as the safety of students, staff and residents is our highest priority. As a precaution, and to help ease concerns, the La Grange and Western Springs Police Departments will increase police visibility in and around the schools. We ask that everyone continue to remain vigilant as we work together to address safety concerns. If you see or hear anything suspicious, please contact 9-1-1. Attached is the LTHS Safety Statement

A police incident occurred in the Village of Western Springs and a press release has been issued by the Western Springs Police Department concerning the incident. Please do not hesitate to call 9-1-1 if you observe any suspicious vehicles or persons in the area.

The 2018 class is starting to fill up. If you are interested in joining us, please pick up an application at our lobby.

Last night at the Village Board meeting Sgt Rohlicek was honored for his 25 years of service. Congratulations Sgt Rohlicek!

The LGPD is now accepting applications for the 2018 Citizens Police Academy. The CPA is a free program that promotes community awareness and involvement in law enforcement. The class runs for 9 weeks and meets on Tuesday evenings at the La Grange PD. We are looking to start a new class in April. Must be 18 years of age to participate. Please email or message us for additional information.

At tonight’s Village Board Meeting Chief Kurt Bluder was sworn in as the Chief of Police. We would like to welcome Chief Bluder to the LaGrange Community and wish him well as he starts his LaGrange career.

The week of January 8 marks the return to school for most elementary and high school students in La Grange. As traffic and pedestrian safety is a priority for the Village of La Grange, and to ensure a safe environment for school-aged children by increasing public awareness, the Village would like to provide motorists, residents and parents with the following safety reminders: • The speed limit around schools is 20 mph. Please drive carefully. • Please obey crossing guard commands. • Drivers must stop and yield the right-of-way to pedestrians when a person is walking with a green light or has entered a crosswalk before the traffic signal has changed. • Motorists must stop when a school bus is loading or unloading passengers. Motorists must remain stopped when the signal arm is extended and lights are flashing. • Parents are asked to exercise extra caution and allow themselves additional time for student drop-off and pick-up. • Cell phone usage is prohibited while driving on a roadway in a school speed zone. • The La Grange Police Department will be patrolling around school areas. The Village asks that all motorists drive carefully through La Grange.

***NEWS RELEASE*** The La Grange Police Department received a report of a suspicious person and package at St. Cletus Church, 600 W 55th Street, at approximately 3:15 p.m. on January 4, 2018. Responding officers learned that an unknown male white subject entered the church with a duffle bag leaving it under the altar and then departing the area. The male subject was approached by a custodian as he departed and offered only a peculiar reply when questioned about what he was doing. Upon observing the duffle bag, officers began evacuating the building and grounds and establishing a perimeter. The Cook County Department of Homeland Security and the Cook County Bomb Squad were also contacted and responded to the scene. The duffle bag and contents were examined and found to be non-life threatening and contain only clothing. This is an ongoing investigation and based on evidence found at the scene a suspect has been developed. The Investigations Division is attempting to locate the subject for questioning. Please report any suspicious activity by calling 9-1-1.

Happy New Year to everyone! Please have a safe and enjoyable evening as you ring in 2018. Please remember if you drink, please don’t drive! Public transportation is available at a reduced rate.

The “sleigh” dropped off all of the gifts at All Our Children’s Advocacy Center yesterday! A BIG thank you to everyone who came to our event and all who donated! A special thank you to all who helped prepare the event, our Officers and civilian staff, our Citizens Police Academy Alum, the La Grange Park District and the La Grange Fire Department. Happy Holidays Everyone!

Today the Parking division went green when the Department’s newest vehicle hit the streets. A hybrid Toyota Prius.

Join us for Sunday Funday at the Community Center at 200 Washington for the LGPD Holiday Toy Drive! Things are kicking off at 2:00 PM!

Congratulations to Ofc Piraino on his graduation from the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Training Academy!

K9 Dak is getting ready for tomorrow’s festivities at the Toy Drive! Let us know if we will see you there!

The winners of the gingerbread contest will be announced at our toy drive December 3rd, 2017 at 3:00pm.

The La Grange, Western Springs and Countryside Police Departments have received several reports of burglaries from motor vehicles overnight. Over twenty reports of vehicles being unlawfully entered in the early hours of November 27, 2017 are currently being investigated. In each instance except one, the unknown offender(s) entered vehicles that were unlocked and parked on residential driveways. The LGPD continues to work closely with our regional partners to identify suspects. The Village would like to thank residents for their continued vigilance. Please continue to: • Keep all vehicle doors and windows closed and locked at all times. Close all windows and the sunroof and do not leave keys inside the vehicle. • Engage the vehicle’s alarm system if you have one. • Remove visible items of value (wallet, purse, electronics, etc.) from the vehicle. As always, if you see or hear any suspicious activity, call the police immediately by dialing 9-1-1.

8 more days!!!!!! Who is going to be there?!?!? We will!

The men and women of the LaGrange Police Department are especially grateful to the members of The LaGrange Fire Department. They truly prove to be our family when we are away from ours on the holidays.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone from the men and women of the LaGrange Police Department!

The winners of the gingerbread contest will be announced at our toy drive December 3rd, 2017 at 3:00pm.

Honoring the sacrifices many have made for our country in the name of freedom and democracy is the very foundation of Veterans Day. Charles B. Rangel The men and women of the LaGrange Police Department would like to thank all those who have served.

The 2017 LaGrange Police Holiday Toy Drive is underway!

*****REMINDER***** Auction of Lost, Abandoned, Unclaimed and Surplus Property The La Grange Police Department is holding its annual auction of lost, abandoned, unclaimed, and surplus property on Saturday October 21, at 9:00 AM in the rear of the La Grange Police Department located at 304 W. Burlington Ave. La Grange IL 60525. Items to be auctioned may be viewed on Saturday October 21 from 8:00 AM until auction time at 9:00 AM All Potential bidders MUST register prior to the start of the auction. All Bidders MUST pay in CASH, no credit cards or checks will be accepted. All sales are FINAL and AS IS, items have no existing warranties, neither expressed nor implied. Items to be auctioned include, but are not limited to: Bicycles, Electronics, Video Games, Jewelry and Surplus Village Equipment.