Bloomingdale Police Department

  • Agency: Bloomingdale Police Department
  • Address: 201 S Bloomingdale Rd, Bloomingdale, 60108 IL
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Phone: 630-529-9868
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Bloomingdale Police Department is located at 201 S Bloomingdale Rd, Bloomingdale, 60108 IL. The Bloomingdale Police Department phone number is 630-529-9868.

Bloomingdale Police Department News

This Morning! - Come out and support this Special Cause! Dunkin Donuts - 169 E Lake St, Bloomingdale, IL 60108 Bloomingdale Police Officers unite with the Dunkin’ Donuts staff to bring attention to the Special Olympics’ mission of recognizing the tremendous courage, strength and perseverance of its athletes on the playing fields and in life. Officer Jin Han, Officer Damian Iwanicki, and Officer Phillip Jaffe along with other police officers will conduct a rooftop sit-in to greet Dunkin’ Donuts customers and welcome donations for Illinois Special Olympics. So, come on in to Dunkin Donuts and don’t forget to look up!

We would like to thank members of the Addison Police Department for inviting us to their 2018 Police Officers Memorial Service which was held today at their Village Hall Rotunda. As a guest speaker, Bloomingdale Police Director of Public Safety Frank Giammarese was asked to say a few words about Ofc Murrell #145 - E.O.W 1/19/2017. Rockford Police Department Assistant Deputy Chief Carla Redd was also in attendance and spoke about Ofc Jamie Cox who was killed in the line of duty on November 5, 2017. It was a special event honoring all of law enforcement during National Police Week, but especially those Officer’s that have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. Never forgotten!

With Summer fast approaching and outdoor fire pit usage on the rise, Please see the attached Fire Pit Safety Rules. Have a safe Spring and Summer!

Good information from our friends at the Arlington Heights Police Department.

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Members of the Bloomingdale Police Department are honored to be in Washington DC to participate in National Police Week events to honor fallen Law Enforcement Officers including our own Ofc Raymond Murrell - E.O.W 1.19.17 who has been added to the memorial wall in Washington DC.

Well this week is starting out with more rain. Stay Dry !

Bloomingdale Police Officers unite with the Dunkin’ Donuts staff to bring attention to the Special Olympics’ mission of recognizing the tremendous courage, strength and perseverance of its athletes on the playing fields and in life. Officer Jin Han, Officer Damian Iwanicki, and Officer Phillip Jaffe along with other police officers will conduct a rooftop sit-in to greet Dunkin’ Donuts customers and welcome donations for Illinois Special Olympics. So, come on in to Dunkin Donuts and don’t forget to look up!

The Bloomingdale Police Department is encouraging all of its residents to show their support for our police officers, as well as honor the fallen officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice, including our own fallen officer, Ray Murrell, by participating in the “Light Up Our Community” event during National Police Appreciation Week (May 13 – May 19, 2018) by replacing their exterior porch lights or front window light with a blue bulb. We would really like to see our entire community lit up in blue as a show of support and gratitude to those who have taken the oath to serve and protect our community, and it would be a fitting tribute to all police during National Police Appreciation Week. Very truly yours, Frank Giammarese Director of Public Safety Bloomingdale Police Department

DuJardin Students and Staff invited the Bloomingdale Police Department to join them for lunch in recognition of their service to the Bloomingdale community and to celebrate the upcoming National Police Appreciation Week, May 13-19, 2018. The police officers enjoyed a wonderful lunch provided by DuJardin School and they had a great time hanging out with the students. Thank you DuJardin for honoring our department!

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On Thursday, May 3, 2018 Director of Public Safety Giammarese, Deputy Chief Roberts, Sgt Machek and Ofc Janes represented the Bloomingdale Police Department in Springfield, IL at the Illinois Police Officers Memorial. The service honored Illinois Police Officers that died in the line of duty in 2017. Unfortunately, there were six new names that were added to the memorial, including our own Officer Raymond Murrell #145 – E.O.W. 1/19/2017. We would like to give a special thank you to Ofc Murrell’s family and friends who attended the services as well. Please keep the families of these fallen Officers in your thoughts and prayers for their sacrifice as we approach National Police Week. Next stop is the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C 2018 Honorees: Officer Raymond Murrell Bloomingdale Police Department E.O.W. 01-19-2017 Trooper Ryan Albin Illinois State Police E.O.W. 06-28-2017 Officer Bernard Domagala Chicago Police Department E.O.W. 09-05-2017 Correctional Officer Kevin Brewer Will County Sheriff’s Office E.O.W. 10-14-2017 Officer Andre Van Vegten Chicago Police Department E.O.W. 11-02-2017 Officer Jamie Cox Rockford Police Department E.O.W. 11-05-2017

Have a Great Week - !

This morning certain members of the Bloomingdale Police Department, along with family and friends, were honored to participate in the annual Chicago Run to Remember 5K. The event, which is held along the lakefront pays tribute to those law enforcement officers that have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. Our own Officer Raymond Murrell #145 - EOW 1/19/17 was highlighted along the route. Thank you to all who came out and who support this great cause, which demonstrates you will never be forgotten. RIP#145.

We thank the Bloomingdale Police Department in New Jersey for Honoring Our Own Fallen Raymond Murrell in this wonderful event!

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We truly enjoyed our visit this morning with a few of Cloverdale Schools (Carol Stream) finest students. As part of a school fundraiser, the students won a meet and greet at the Bloomingdale Police Department, which included a light breakfast, a tour of the station and an exciting ride to school in a police car this morning. Pictured with the students are Director of Public Safety Giammarese and Deputy Chief Roberts.

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