Oak Brook Police Department

  • Agency: Oak Brook Police Department
  • Address: 1200 Oak Brook Road, Oak Brook, 60523 IL
  • Chief: James R. Kruger Jr. (Chief of Police)
Phone: (630) 368-8700
Fax: (630) 368-8739

Oak Brook Police Department is located at 1200 Oak Brook Road, Oak Brook, 60523 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is James R. Kruger Jr.. The Oak Brook Police Department phone number is (630) 368-8700.

Oak Brook Police Department News

You deserve better. Speak up when you see someone putting you at risk. Tell them to hang up and #justdrive. Learn more at http://www.nsc.org/justdrive

Construction project Oak Brook Police is coming along smoothly during the first week of demo.

More than 37% of the U.S. workforce is sleep deprived. Fatigue can affect our ability to #justdrive. Learn more at www.nsc.org/fatigue

We use our phones EVERYWHERE but our cars, however, are one of the deadliest places to use them. Hang up and #justdrive. Find out why at http://www.nsc.org/justdrive

We would like to thank DUCOMM for their great work for our community and their dedication and hard work.

Oak Brook officers will be in the area of York and Ogden this morning looking for #distracteddriving and issuing citations.

Distractions can last a lot longer than people realize. Even hands-free is dangerous because our brains remain distracted by the conversation. #justdrive and learn more at http://www.nsc.org/justdrive

Brook Forest Dolphins take the 2018 D.A.R.E. Lock In Tug-Of-War championship beating several Hinsdale and Burr Ridge Schools.

Some screen time can be deadly. Speak up when you’re being disturbed as well as when you’re in danger. Distracted driving is deadly driving. #justdrive and learn more at http://www.nsc.org/justdrive

He may look productive, but the most dangerous thing in his car is an arm’s length away. Disconnect your Bluetooth, hang up your phone and #justdrive. Learn more at http://www.nsc.org/justdrive

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Don't Text and Drive. #DropItAndDrive #IDDAW

Congratulations to Officer Swegler on his 5 year anniversary with the Oak Brook Police!

We are happy to announce we have made an arrest in the recent Aggravated Vehicle Hijacking.

Congratulations to Officer Huff on her 10 year anniversary with the Oak Brook Police!

We have a few developments from our Aggravated Vehicle Hijacking from yesterday. They are: • We have recovered our victim’s Honda Civic in Chicago. It is currently located at our Police Department and will be processing it later today. • The White Toyota Camry was stopped by police on I290 yesterday, is believed to be involved in our Vehicle Hijacking yesterday. • We are still developing and working several leads to identify the offenders involved in our incident yesterday. • We continue to work with several law enforcement agencies to assist us in this investigation. • We are reviewing area surveillance cameras in the area to assist in this investigation but are not making that available at this time due to the ongoing investigation. • No physical injuries were reported by the victim at this time. Other points to share: • We thank the Oakbrook Center Mall in their assistance in this investigation. • We continue to maintain a close working relationship with all of our business partners to ensure their safety. • We continue to have our officers assigned to the mall area and are staying alert and vigilant. • We, as always, encourage people to stay alert and conscious of their surroundings and to call 911 if they see anything suspicious. • Although this incident is clearly serious in nature, we are fortunate that this isn’t typical for our area.

Blood Drive Thursday March 29th at the Oak Brook Village Hall between 7:00am - 11:00am. Stop by and save a life!

Due to a water main break in the area of 2100 Block McDonald's Dr in Oak Brook. Please avoid the area or expect delays in travel. Crews are on scene, follow new traffic patterns as repairs are underway.

Join us today for a Cup of Coffee McDonnalds on 22nd St in Oak Brook from 9am-10am.

Happy to be attending the Butler District 53 PTO meeting.

This poor guy was hit by a car and suffered an injured leg and wing. We were glad our Community Service Officers were able to respond and make arrangements with Chicago Bird Collision Monitorsand Willowbrook Wildlife Center. Thanks for what they do.

The Oak Brook Recruiting Team Officers had a great time taking Mooseheart Academy students through a tour of the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy in Glen Ellyn