Norridge Police Department

  • Agency: Norridge Police Department
  • Address: 4020 N Olcott Ave, Norridge, 60634 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: 708-453-4770
Fax: 708-453-9377

Norridge Police Department is located at 4020 N Olcott Ave, Norridge, 60634 IL. The Norridge Police Department phone number is 708-453-4770.

Norridge Police Department News

Please keep an extra watch out. Lets remember HH is a close neighbor and we want to keep an eye out to help each other.

The Norridge Police Department was made aware that on March 1st, 2018 roughly between the hours of 6:00pm-8:00pm approximately 30 parked vehicles were damaged using bricks, black spray paint and an unknown liquid. The unknown offenders were observed on a resident's video surveillance system driving a black sedan spray painting a parked vehicle. The incidents occurred in Chicago between Overhill and Octavia then from Foster to Berwyn. Residents are asked to be on alert.

It appears the recent rain has effected land line phone services for the Village Hall and Police Department. 911 service IS still working, Administrative lines to and from the PD are not working. AT&T is telling us the phones may be out as late as tomorrow afternoon. Requests for service can still be made dialing 911.

UPDATE: No owners have come forward to claim this dog. The dog was picked up by Pets in Need animal shelter. Pets in Need is a no kill shelter. The police department does not do direct pet adoptions. If you are ever interested in a dog when we cannot find the owners, please contact Pets in Need for information on adoption. This dog was found by the Norridge Police Department on 2/10/18. It looks to be a male chihuahua mix. It does not have a chip. If you know the owner or have information about the dog please contact our Animal Control Dept. at 708-453-4770

Please make sure to follow these guidelines during the expected snow fall tonight and through the weekend.

The Norridge Police Department will be hosting a "Coffee with a Cop" event on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 from 8-10am at the Dunkin Donuts at Lawrence and Ozanam. Command Staff and Officers will be available to answer questions or discuss safety concerns.

If you have any doubts, please call the police.

The Norridge Police were happy to participate with the Norwood Park FD and HHPD on this years Kindness Week Campaign at School District 80.

Congratulations Wayne!

Did you know the Village of Norridge requires solicitors to register? Ordinance Chapter 66-41 requires a certificate of registration for anyone who wants to engage in solicitation in the Village. The solicitor will be issued a badge upon approval they can present when asked. If someone comes to your home soliciting products or services and does not have a village issued badge, they may not have been vetted by the Village and may be in violation. Always feel free to contact the police and confirm their status.

The Norridge Police Department wants to inform residents about incidents that ocurred yesterday (01/02/2018). Please see the below Community Alert as well as photographs. Please contact the Norridge Police Department if you have any information.

UPDATE: The FBI has announced they have apprehended the person responsible for the robbery at the PNC bank in Norridge. Chris Iskra was charged in a criminal complaint on February 5,2018. The FBI received several tips based on media reports which led to Iskra's arrest. The Norridge Police want to thank everyone for getting the work out and disseminating pictures and information. PNC is a federally licensed bank. The Norridge Police do not lead the investigation. The Norridge Police assist the FBI at their request. The Norridge Police Department continues to do our best to assist business partners in ways to safely deter this type of crime.

With the Holiday Season upon us, this is the time of year we see increases in residential burglaries and package thefts. The Police Department wants to provide some helpful hints for burglary and package theft prevention.

The Norridge Police Department 2017 Shop with a Cop event

***** UPDATE 11/24/17 ***** We would like to thank the public for their help. Shortly after this post circulated a family member came forward and identified this individual and his family has been notified. Thank you! __________________________________________________________ Media Release Police Seeks Assistance in Finding Family or Friends of Local Area Hospital Patient November 21, 2017—Norridge Police is seeking assistance in locating the friends or family of a local area hospital patient who is in critical condition. He was found at 7400 Irving Park Road, Norridge, on Sunday, Nov. 12 around 9 pm, and brought by ambulance to the hospital.  Male, light skinned  Approximately mid- 20s  Lean, muscular build, around 160 lbs.  5’9” tall  Brown hair  Brown eyes  Several tattoos  Wearing a black hoody, black jeans and tan boots Information and inquiries should be directed to: • Norridge Police Department Missing Persons, 708-697-2516

Please watch for young people out on the street. STAY SAFE!!

The Norridge Police Department wants to inform residents about an incident which occurred this week. The victim in this case was an elderly person. The Police Department Detective Division holds a monthly senior meeting which specifically addresses these types of crimes and strategies to prevent them. We encourage all seniors and their family members to attend.

The Norridge Police Department is having difficulties with our NON-EMERGENCY telephone lines. The problem is with an AT&T cable. Technicians are diligently working to restore our normal phone services. Please dial 911 for emergencies or 708-320-7880 to directly reach our dispatch center. We expect the phones to be back in service sometime today. UPDATE: Services have been restored.

Found dog.Pekingese. Black with white stripe on chest, female very friendly. Found in the area of Canfield and Elm St. On 10/15/17. Please help us find her owner. Contact Norridge Police Animal Control. UPDATE: The dog has found a good home. Thank You

Nice Job Anita!

Friends, please reach into your heart and give a little something to the less fortunate in our community. Every little bit helps and you can make a young boy or girl happy during the holiday season.

Norridge 911 Dispatch Consolidation

Norridge Officers Brian Dongarra and Robert Mildenberger, both members of the Norridge Police Department Honor Guard, joined with other members of the law enforcement community, military personnel and veterans at Midway Airport on 09/13/17 at 8:45pm to meet and escort 17 World War II Veterans and 90 Korean War Veterans for a "Welcome Home Ceremony" and parade. The event was sponsored by Mary E. Pettinato, Co-Founder and CEO of Honor Flight Chicago. Over 3,700 people were in attendance! Thank you to all of our veterans and military personnel for your service!