Benedictine University Police Department

  • Agency: Benedictine University Police Department
  • Address: 5720 College Rd, Lisle, 60532 IL
  • Chief: Mike Salatino (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630-829-6122
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Benedictine University Police Department is located at 5720 College Rd, Lisle, 60532 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Salatino. The Benedictine University Police Department phone number is 630-829-6122.

Benedictine University Police Department News

Coffee with a Cop event in Goodwin Hall sponsored by University Police. Continuing to build a vital communication bridge between law enforcement and the community. The turn out was great and many questions and concerns were answered. Thank you all very much for your continuing support and if you have any more question please feel free to contact us at #universitypolice or by phone (630)829-6122.

The mission of Coffee with a Cop is to break down barriers between police officers and the communities they servebe removing agendas and allowing opportunities to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers of the University Police Department

Coming Soon...Our redesigned patch

A message from the Chief of Police: On behalf of the entire Benedictine University Police Department and in the name of all that National Night Out represents, I would like to personally express my gratitude for your participation in our 4th annual national night Out. It is admirable that in the state of our current economy, with the trends of our social environment, and in the face of the public you could stand with us to show a united front for positive community partnerships. Moving forward, I challenge you to be a representative of peace, positivity, and partner for community growth. Together, we can keep moving our neighborhoods forward one handshake, one smile, and one introduction at a time. My sincere thanks for spending your night with us and we hope to have your support again for our 5th annual National Night Out on Tuesday August 7th, 2018. Derek L. Ferguson, Chief of Police Benedictine University Police Department

This month we want to recognize those who struggle with illnesses that may lead to suicide and become aware of the hardship this has on a family. If you or someone you know is struggling from depression, grief, or anxiety, please under- stand you are not alone. We have a wonderful Counseling Center here in the Krasa Student Center, room 112. The Counseling Center has many programs available to assist you in many ways. To make an appointment call 630.829.1800. You can also contact the University Police at 630.829.6666, as well as DuPage County Crisis Intervention Unit at 630.627.1700.

As many of you have heard, our Records Manager/Dispatch Supervisor Amanda Warren has left the department to focus on her family. There is an obvious void in our office. Along with her titled roles, she also boosted moral, was a "lazer focused" worker, and more importantly, made both the current and former Chiefs look smarter than they actually are. Good luck in your future endeavors! .