Glen Ellyn Police Department

  • Agency: Glen Ellyn Police Department
  • Address: 65 S Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn, 60137 IL
  • Chief: Philip Norton (Chief of Police)
Phone: (630) 469-1187

Glen Ellyn Police Department is located at 65 S Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn, 60137 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Philip Norton. The Glen Ellyn Police Department phone number is (630) 469-1187.

Glen Ellyn Police Department News

Coffee with the Cops will be held this Saturday in the Community Room at the GEPD from 8am-10am. Please join us with any questions or concerns.

Congratulations to Glen Ellyn Police Officer Kevin Riggle who was presented with the Valor Award from the Hundred Club of DuPage County on October 25, 2017. On March 24, 2017, a motorist had driven off of the roadway on Fawell Boulevard near the College of DuPage. Her car entered a pond, drifted out about 100 feet and was submerged under the water. Officer Riggle responded to the scene and was told by others about the frigid water temperature. Without hesitation, he stripped off his gear and swam out to the car where he found the woman unconscious below the surface of the water. He pulled her up onto the roof of the car where she was able to regain consciousness. He kept her alert while they waited to be pulled to the shore by firefighters from the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Department. Thanks to Officer Riggle’s heroic effort, the woman made a full recovery. The Hundred Club of DuPage County is a private, non-profit charitable organization founded in 1982. It is a civilian organization that offers assistance to families of law enforcement and firefighting personnel killed or injured in Dupage County. The Hundred Club Valor Award is a life-long honor for law enforcement officers and firefighters for heroic actions above and beyond the normal expectations of their duties.

Coffee with the Cops will be held this Saturday at the Glen Ellyn PD Community Room from 8 am to 10 am.

On 9/29/17 the GEPD responded to the Bank of America at 600 Roosevelt Rd. for a report of a bank robbery. Employees stated the pictured offender announced a robbery at approximately 0930 hours and demanded money from the teller. The offender left with an undisclosed amount of money. He is described as a white male in his mid-40's, 5'08", and a medium build. Anyone with information please contact the GEPD at 630-469-1187 or the FBI at 312-421-6700.

We would like to thank all of those who came out to the inaugural Glen Ellyn Police Department Car Show to benefit Special Olympics Illinois on September 23rd. Over 70 show cars came to the event and countless spectators. With your generosity, we raised $2,891.00. The Chief's Choice Trophy was awarded to a 1931 Pierce Arrow. The Spectator's Choice Trophy was awarded to a 2005 Ford Mustang and the Participant's Choice Trophy was awarded to a 1968 Pontiac Firebird. Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers who made this possible. We look forward to seeing you all again next year.

Don't forget this Saturday from 8AM-12PM is the inaugural GEPD Car Show at Parkview Church (764 St. Charles Rd). All proceeds go the Special Olympics of Illinois.

See the attached press release in reference to a shooting investigation.

See the attached press release regarding a 2011 homicide investigation.

The GEPD along with the FBI are investigating a bank robbery that occurred on 9/2/17 at First American Bank, 830 Roosevelt Rd. If you have any information on the offender please contact the GEPD at 630-469-1187 or the FBI's Chicago Field Office at (312) 421-6700.

Earlier this spring, Glen Ellyn Officer Rick Perez was selected as a Life, Well Run Community Hero. Life, Well Run is an International City/County Management Association (ICMA) initiative to raise awareness of and appreciation for the value professional managers bring to building ethical, efficient, effective local government and great communities we're proud to call home. It's not too often that the parking enforcer is considered one of the most helpful and friendliest of police officers. But this Hero uses his institutional knowledge, friendly approach and great attitude to win them over. As a community service officer, one of Rick's many responsibilities is to lead parking enforcement efforts. Every day, he ensures that all regulations are met and educates those who may be unaware of parking issues or requirements. Through all types of weather conditions, Rick helps commuters and residents with a smooth flow of traffic and parking locations in the Village's busiest and most congested areas. Rick walks the thin line between the needs of business owners in the central business district and those of commuters, residents and shoppers. He sees this as an opportunity for partnership between business owners and the municipality. Rick has the autonomy to directly communicate with businesses and to collaboratively address issues and make improvements, or to provide educational opportunity to all stakeholders. Please enjoy the following video featuring Officer Rick Perez, our community hero.

On Monday, August 21st, we will be experiencing an awe inspiring solar eclipse. This is a magnificent occurrence in nature but can be hazardous if precautions are not taken. See NASA's safety tips so you and your family can enjoy the eclipse safely.

With school starting back up, we would like to remind drivers to slow down and use extra caution when traveling through school zones.

Attached is our most recent press release involving arrests surrounding recent burglaries.

Mark your calendars for the inaugural GEPD Car Show to benefit Special Olympics Illinois on September 23rd.

Please take a look at the attached press release in reference to a recent increase in motor vehicle burglaries.

Thank you to the members of the community who attended the open house events for the new Glen Ellyn Police facility last weekend. Many toured the building and appreciated the design and quality of construction. Operations at the new building are scheduled to be in place by 6:00 PM Thursday, June 15th!

Please join us this Friday and Saturday for a community open house of the new building for the Glen Ellyn Police Dept. located at 65 S Park Blvd.