Stickney Police Department

  • Agency: Stickney Police Department
  • Address: 6533 W. Pershing Road, Stickney, 60402 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: (708) 788-2131
Fax: 708-749-2742

Stickney Police Department is located at 6533 W. Pershing Road, Stickney, 60402 IL. The Stickney Police Department phone number is (708) 788-2131.

Stickney Police Department News

Looking good Mayor and Deputy Chief !!

Lost dog found near 41/Oak Park. If you know where he belongs to please call the PD 708-788-2131

Snow removal will continue on Saturday (02/10) please follow the posted signs for parking restrictions.

​The Stickney Police Department is proud to announce that Deputy Chief Rich Jaczak graduated Northwestern University's School of Police Staff & Command​ on January 19, 2018. SPSC Class #421 was comprised of members of 25 area agencies, all who succeeded in completing the most challenging executive law enforcement training program in the country.

For those of you who travel on Cicero past the airport.

Snow removal will continue for tomorrow Tuesday the 16th.Please follow the posted signs on your block for parking restrictions. Thank You

Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy Holiday season from the Stickney Police Department

Let's be safe this Holiday Season.

Thanksgiving is next week. Let's make it fire safe by sharing the following safety messages. Practice safe cooking as you plan your Thanksgiving menu don’t forget about fire safety. Did you know Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires? The number of home fires double on Thanksgiving. So, let’s add a pinch of fire safety to the menu. Keep these safety tips in mind as you prepare your meal. Stay in the kitchen when cooking at high temperature Turkey: If you are roasting your turkey, make sure you set a timer. This way, you won’t forget about the bird as you watch the parade or football. If you are frying your turkey, Use a fryer with thermostat controls. This will ensure the oil does not become over heated. Thaw your turkey completely. Ice on the bird will cause the oil to splatter. Don’t overfill the pot with oil. If you do, the oil will overflow when you add the turkey causing a fire hazard. Keep children and pets at least three feet away from the fryer. Also, always use the fryer outdoors. Stuffing and Potatoes: Stand by your stove when you are boiling your potatoes or frying onions for stuffing. It is best to stay in the kitchen when you are frying, boiling or broiling. If you are in the kitchen, it is easier to catch spills or hazardous conditions before they become a fire. Vegetables: Keep the area around the stove clear of packaging, paper towels, and dish cloths; anything that can burn. Be sure to clean up any spills as they happen. Be prepared. Keep a large pan lid or baking sheet handy in case you need to smother a pan fire. Turn pot handles towards the back of the stove so you don’t bump them. keep anything that can burn away from the stove. turn pot handles to the back of the stove

Trick or Treat hours on Halloween will be from 3-7pm in town. Please be extra cautious when driving looking out for little ghost and goblins who are out running around and crossing the streets, Everyone have a safe and Happy Halloween !

With this hot and humid weather that seemed to come from out of nowhere please check on your elderly neighbors to make sure they are ok.

The water repairs that were being done in the 4300/4400 blocks of Wenonah are completed. If you live on those 2 blocks there is a water boil order for cooking and drinking uses for the next 24 hours. Boil water for 5 minutes before using. Thank You

On Wednesday September 13th starting at 8am the water will be shut off in the 4300/4400 blks of Wenonah for repairs. We will update you when the repairs are completed. Please plan accordingly. Thank You

Community Alert. Please make sure your vehicle doors are locked and secured. We have had reports of someone going through vehicles with unlocked car doors and having loose change taken and vehicles rummaged through in town. No reports of vehicles having any damage done to them, all of the items taken were from vehicles with unlocked doors. As always if you see anything or anyone suspicious walking around vehicles on the street call 911. Please pass this information on to friends and neighbors. Thank You

*** This little guy was taken to the Waggin Tails Shelter in Cicero at 4pm*** Found at 40th and Wesley. If you know who I belong to please call the Stickney Police 708-788-2131

** He has been picked up by his owners. Thank You** I was found in the 4200 block of Ridgeland if you know who my owner is have them call the Stickney police department at 708 788 2131