Riverdale Police Department

  • Agency: Riverdale Police Department
  • Address: 725 W 138th St, Riverdale, 60827 IL
  • Chief: Gregory Baker (Chief of Police)
Phone: 708-841-2203
Fax: 708-841-5359

Riverdale Police Department is located at 725 W 138th St, Riverdale, 60827 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Gregory Baker. The Riverdale Police Department phone number is 708-841-2203.

Riverdale Police Department News

With the assistance of the Department of Justice JAG grant program RPD has been able to upgrade all of the existing in car computers today. The new computers will allow faster access to information and more reliable computers.

Drive Extra Safely on Halloween • Slow down and be especially alert. Children are excited on Halloween and may move in unpredictable ways. • Take extra time to look for kids at intersections, on medians and on curbs. • Enter and exit driveways and alleys slowly and carefully. • Drive slowly, anticipate heavier pedestrian traffic and turn your headlights on earlier in the day to spot children from greater distances.

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District 133's 3rd Annual Patton's Walk For A Cure, RPD and RFD are wearing pink patches for the month of October.

RPD would like to congratulate South Holland Police Chief Greg Baker on his retirement. Chief, we wish you the best, thank you for your service and hope you enjoy a long and fulfilling retirement.

It is with great sorrow the South Holland Police Department announces the sudden passing of Officer Phil Williams #102 on Friday the 15th.

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Riverdale FD working a residential house fire. There were no reports of injuries. Dolton, South Holland, Calumet Park, Thornton, Harvey, Phoenix, Calumet City, Hazel Crest and Buds ambulance assisted.

Riverdale Police escort The Salvadorian Fathers Our Lady of Czestochowa Shrine Bicycle Pilgrimage from Summit to Merrillville Indiana, 2017

Officers are gathering for tonight's tribute to law enforcement and Tim Jones at Tinley Park high school

Chief DeMik (Center) congratulates Dolton Police Commander Spigolon 31 years (Left) and Dolton Police Lieutenant Blaundin 33 years (Right), on their retirement today. Gentlemen thank you for your service and enjoy your retirement, we'll take it from here.

The Board of Police and Fire Commissioners of the Village of Riverdale, Illinois is accepting applications for the position of police officer with the Riverdale Police Department.

Riverdale Police have concluded the investigation and arrest of Deandre Wilson of Park Forest. On April 05, 2017 Wilson is accused of grabbing a female while she was walking in 14200 block of School St. and pulling her into the alley. The female victim was robbed and sexually assaulted while Wilson threatened her with a hand gun. Wilson fled the scene prior to Police arrival. On July 06, 2017 Wilson is accused of grabbing a female by her neck while she was walking in 14100 block of Clark St. Wilson then forced the female into the alley while threatening her with a handgun. The victim began to fight back and was able to break free from Wilson. The victim began screaming alerting a nearby resident. RPD received a 911 phone call from that resident who was able to see Wilson attempting to flee the area. The resident continued to relay his direction of travel and was taken into custody by RPD. Riverdale detectives began working the case and alerted nearby communities to see if they have had any similar incidents. Park Forest Police detectives responded to RPD and Identified Wilson as a suspect in a Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault and Armed Robbery which occurred on May 15, 2017. Wilson is charge with two counts of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault, one count of Aggravated Kidnapping and one count of Aggravated Robbery in connection with the two Riverdale Occurrences. Wilson was also charged with Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault and Armed Robbery which occurred in Park Forest. Wilson currently remains in the custody of the Cook County Sheriff’s Department and is NOT eligible for bond. This cooperation between two departments effectively removed a dangerous offender from the streets. The incident also shows the importance in the community being aware and reporting crime as it happens. The public is reminded that all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Officer Jordan and Hennings found this little guy sporting his uniform, he doesn't quite meet the age requirement but RPD is currently accepting applications for police officers. https://www.applytoserve.com/Application.aspx?ID=201

Officer Hennings says happy Fourth of July!

A driver lost control of their vehicle and drove over 100 ft off the roadway tonight, SLOW DOWN, it may save your life......

The Board of Police and Fire Commissioners of the Village of Riverdale, is accepting applications for the position of police officer with the Riverdale Police Department. https://www.applytoserve.com/Application.aspx?ID=201