Palos Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Palos Heights Police Department
  • Address: 7607 W College Dr, Palos Heights, 60463 IL
  • Chief: George L Yott, Jr (Chief of Police)
Phone: 708-448-5060
Fax: 708-361-9371

Palos Heights Police Department is located at 7607 W College Dr, Palos Heights, 60463 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is George L Yott, Jr. The Palos Heights Police Department phone number is 708-448-5060.

Palos Heights Police Department News

Thank you to everyone who came out to Starbucks to support “Coffee with a Cop”. We appreciate your support!

Don't forget to stop by Starbucks (7202 W. College Drive) tomorrow at 6 p.m. to have coffee with some of our officers. All are welcome!

**Power/Palos Baseball Organization Parade** On Saturday, April 14th, at 9 a.m., the Power/PBO organizations are having a opening day parade. The parade kicks off from Palmer Park (123rd & 73rd) and travels down 76th Ave to the baseball/softball fields at Community Park. EXPECT TRAFFIC DELAYS AND SIGNIFICANT PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC.

The Chocolate Chase Rabbit Race 5K is on this Saturday, March 31st from 9:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. The race will take place between Navajo and East Old Town areas. Expect delays and be on the lookout for runners.

We found Ruby's owner and they will be reunited soon! Thank you to all of those who have shared.

**He has been found**

Olympic Gold Medalist from the U.S. Women's Hockey Team, Kendall Coyne and her fiancee, Michael Schofield from the Los Angeles Chargers stopped by the department this afternoon. It was an honor meeting them and hearing their stories!

***PHONE SCAM ALERT*** Our department has recently learned of a new phone scam targeting elderly residents. Victims have received calls from (312)664-0590, and the callers are pretending to be employees of ComEd. Caller ID identifies the number as Cruise One-Chicago, IL. When you call back this number, you will hear a ComEd recording. THIS IS NOT A LEGITIMATE ComEd NUMBER. Callers are telling residents that they are late on payments and requesting residents to purchase reloadable credit cards threatening to turn off residents power if they don’t comply. DO NOT give out personal information to anyone over the phone! Contact our department for further questions.

Even a little alcohol is too much when you’re going to drive. This #StPatricksDay remember #DriveSoberIllinois

As you head out to celebrate this #StPatricksDay, remember: #DriveSoberIllinois. Make a plan to get home safely BEFORE going out. Don't become a statistic this #StPatricksDay. #DriveSoberIllinois

We had a great time at this year's Polar Plunge! Thanks to everyone who donated and everyone who came out to #PlungeWith us, we were able to raise over $5,000 for Special Olympics Illinois!

With great sorrow, the PHPD would like to inform everyone that retired Chief of Police Reed M. Powers suddenly passed away yesterday. Reed was hired by the Palos Heights Police Department on August 26th, 1968 and rose through ranks to Chief of Police. Please keep the Powers family in your thoughts and prayers.

It’s gonna be frigid! On March 3rd, we will #PlungeWITH Special Olympics Illinois. The Polar Plunge is a fundraiser where participants will raise a minimum of $100 in donations from friends, family and co-workers in exchange for taking an icy dip in an Illinois lake. Support us and these amazing athletes by making a gift to our page today!

Last Friday, we attended the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run Kick Off Conference! We learned about this year’s fundraisers and Special Olympics Illinois events, and had the chance to meet some of the fantastic athletes. In 2017, thanks to our great community, we raised $17,147.53! This year, we hope to raise even more! #ILTorchRun #IllinoisLETRKickoff #ChooseToInclude

URGENT- WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE Long duration snow event likely this evening (6 p.m.) through Friday evening (9 p.m.). Heavy snow is expected. Travel will be very difficult to impossible at times. **parking is prohibited on the street when there is an excess of one inch of snow.**

**Microsoft Windows Scam Call** If you receive a recorded call advising you to call an 800 number to "renew your licensing with Microsoft Windows", please be advised that it is a scam. Unfortunately these calls are being rerouted through several locations. If you have any elderly family members please pass this message on to them. Any questions, call us at 708-448-5060.

**GRANDPARENT SCAM** We would like to caution residents on an ongoing fraud that people are falling victim to. The follows images contain an article that our Deputy Chief wrote. Please share, especially if you know any senior citizens that do not have a Facebook.

The Palos Heights Police Department would like to welcome our newest officer, Kevin Pomper. Prior to Palos Heights, Kevin worked with the Chicago Ridge Police Department. We are very excitied to have him with us!

On behalf of the PHPD, we would like to wish everyone a happy new year! Enjoy your weekend and stay safe. No matter who you are, drunk driving kills. Stay safe this holiday season and every day of the year #DriveSoberIllinois

Your new year should not start with a tragedy. Keep the roads safe and sober this holiday season #DriveSoberIllinois

The consequences of drunk driving can be fatal. It's not worth your life or someone else's. Always #DriveSoberIllinois Make 2018 the year of driving sober every day and night. That means telling friends to drive sober and getting yourself a safe ride home. #DriveSoberIllinois

In 2016, 315 people died in drunk-driving crashes in Illinois. #DriveSoberIllinois

The men and women of the Palos Heights Police Department would like to wish you a happy and healthy holiday season. We hope that you all are enjoying time with family and friends! 🎄

It's not worth your life or the life of someone else. Always #DriveSoberIllinois or find a sober #DesignatedDriver