Lemont Police Department

  • Agency: Lemont Police Department
  • Address: 14600 127th Street, Lemont, 60439 IL
  • Chief: Kevin W Shaughnessy (Chief of Police)
Phone: (630) 257-2229
Fax: (630) 257-5087

Lemont Police Department is located at 14600 127th Street, Lemont, 60439 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Kevin W Shaughnessy. The Lemont Police Department phone number is (630) 257-2229.

Lemont Police Department News

Lemont Police Department hosted an open house for our young friends who are in the School District 113a Special Needs Program. They enjoyed dinner of pizza & McDonald's, a K-9 Demo, a tour of station, & a juggling performance. We're not sure who enjoyed this night more the students or our officers and administration!

Too often we turn a cold heart to the news when we hear of "one more" death...know today was not "one more" but rather "one less"

"Somewhere today, a wife and a daughter are crying, and so should we all."

"Today, our department suffered a tragedy that it is difficult to comprehend," Johnson said in a brief initial statement following the shooting. "This afternoon, a CPD commander was shot while assisting fellow officers. … Please take the time to keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. Stay safe."

Odd Even Parking Due to the excessive snow fall over that past several days, the odd even parking restrictions will remain in effect. Please have your vehicles parked on the even side of the street by 9:00 AM on Monday 2/12/18 and the odd side by 9:00 AM on 2/13/18 in order for public works to clear and widen the roadways. Failure to comply may result in a citation being issued. Thank you for your cooperation.

IF the forecast is correct and we do get walloped with a major snowstorm, we hope you will practice extreme caution for the conditions. Take your time, keep distance, and if possible wait to travel until the roads are cleared and safe. Iowa Department of Transportation releases traffic cam video of deadly pileup that authorities say involved more than 70 vehicles on Monday as the storm swept through Ames, Iowa. 7 people died as a result of this pileup.

Lieutenant Rich Kozik was ever present helping here locally in Lemont with Kops N Kids and other events to benefit our community and our corner of the world. He will surely be missed by so very many who were touched by his compassionate spirit and kindness. RIP #4929 <3

Another Netflix scam is circulating through people's inboxes. This time, it's phishing scam targeting Netflix users' billing information.

Lemont offers a notification system to alert you of the situations you wish to be emailed about: road closures, weather issues, lost dogs, village events, etc. Through Stay Informed, you have the ability to select from a list of Village information to receive by email and/or text to your mobile phone. Visit our Stay Informed page and follow the simple directions to sign up today:

It was a thrill for the kids to share their love of food and their entries with some of their local heroes at the 5th Annual Kid's Cook Off held this past Sunday.

I found this to be pretty funny, but then I love sarcasm and using that to stress a point isn't always a bad thing :-) I hope it makes you chuckle AND remember to use your turn signal. ~ Chaplain Terri

Thank you so very much to Ss Cyril & Methodius Brownie Troop #75154 & Daisy troop 75457 who stopped by to visit the Lemont Police Department to bring much appreciation treats!!!

Thank you so very much to Ss Cyril & Methodius Brownie troop #75154 & Daisy troop 75457 who stopped by to visit the Lemont Police Department to bring much appreciation treats!!!

"The BBB advises to never click on links or open attachments from unsolicited emails, and never provide personal information without first verifying the source. The second most common scam is the one where a caller asks, “can you hear me?” pretending to have an issue with their headset, then they record you saying ‘yes’ and use that to authorize purchases in the future."

If you have seen Meghan Dougherty, call Lemont Police Department Investigations at 630-243-2750.

It is a treacherous travel morning so please allow extra time for your commute and space between vehicles! Be careful on those sidewalks when walking your dog too, all of the sidewalks and roads are coated with a slick coating.

Our police officers are on the road 24/7 in any and all conditions. We'd like to give a shout out and a sincere thanks to our Lemont Public Works Dept. Whether it is the icy conditions or the snow that just won't seem to stop mounting, they are out 24/7 as well making our hilly roads, subdivisions, cul de sacs, and all roads as safe as they can be. We, at Lemont Police Dept, thank you for your commitment and high quality and standard of work ethic! Wishing you a restful night sleep (whenever your plowing shifts ever end)!!!

Snow removal parking restrictions will begin tomorrow 1/16/18 at 9:00 AM and will be in effect for the following 48 hours. All vehicles parked on village streets must be on the odd address side on odd days and even address side on even days.

⚠️Mother nature is going to throw us a doozy here in the next few hours. There’s now a winter weather advisory for Woodridge from 6 p.m. to midnight ❄️. Rain with freezing temperatures is not good for driving - please use caution on the roadways🚗. Per the U.S. National Weather Service (NWS): “Temperatures will fall sharply, dropping below freezing late this afternoon into the evening. This will result in untreated wet roadways and sidewalks freezing and becoming slippery.”

Such great news and an incredibly awesome way to be escorted home from such a long grueling recovery! We all wish you peace, love, strength and healing Ryland! 6-year-old Ryland Ward waves from the window of a firetruck escorting him home from the hospital, where he spent two months recovering from gunshot wounds sustained in church shooting in Sutherland Springs, TX.

WE SALUTE YOU! Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Thank you to all law enforcement officers today, and every day.

Need a place to come in from the cold? Did you know Lemont has a few warming centers set up to give you a place with a warm place to sit and defrost for a bit! Hopefully your heat is working but just in case....

No-Shave November/December is coming to a close so some of our Lemont Police Officers gathered for one more group shot with one who truly appreciated their support through his battle with cancer. Our Lemont Police not only serves and protects but cares. From all of us at the Lemont Police Department to all of you, we wish you the happiest of Christmas celebrations and health, happiness and peace throughout all of 2018.

Our own Lemont Police Department Chief Maton and Chief Cunningham, Chief of Woodridge, enjoyed the opportunity today to read to one of our Oakwood kindergarten classes.