Roselle Police Department

  • Agency: Roselle Police Department
  • Address: 103 S Prospect St, Roselle, 60172 IL
  • Chief: James R Kruger Jr (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630-980-2025
Fax: 630-980-9767

Roselle Police Department is located at 103 S Prospect St, Roselle, 60172 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is James R Kruger Jr. The Roselle Police Department phone number is 630-980-2025.

Roselle Police Department News

Roselle Police Cancer T-Shirts We are excited to announce our cancer T-shirts are in and are now available for purchase ($10.00 each). These shirts were designed by Lake Park High School students and printed at M&R Printing in Roselle. They will be on sale here at Roselle Police Department (103 S. Prospect Street) and at the Village Hall (31 S. Prospect Street). We will also have them available at various Roselle summer events. One hundred percent of all the profits will be donated to the AMITA Cancer Foundation. They look even better in person!

Road construction will be taking place today and continuing through Monday morning in the area of Gary Ave and Central. This is for the installation of a water main. Expect delays and detours near this construction.

The Roselle Police Association would like to thank Dunkin Donuts, Roselle Police Department employees and all the volunteers who helped out with Cop on Top! A special thank you to everyone who donated to this noteworthy cause. We raised $2,661.00 that will go to Special Olympics Illinois.

Join us today Friday May 18th from 5:00 AM until NOON and help us raise money for the Illinois Special Olympics! We will be at the Roselle Dunkin Donuts 247 E. Irving Park, just look for the police cars in the parking lot and the cop on the roof top! Most of the Dunkin Donuts are hosting the Cop on the Roof Top, even if you don’t stop by ours, drop into any participating Dunkin Donuts and support this very worthy cause!

A reminder, this Friday May 18th from 5:00 AM until NOON officers will be at the Dunkin Donuts, 247 E. Irving Park, Roselle to raise money for Illinois Special Olympics. Just look for the cop on the rooftop! For each donation to Illinois Special Olympics, you will get a coupon for a free donut, and with a $10 donation, you will get a coffee mug that Dunkin Donuts will fill for free (while supplies last). We will also be selling T-shirts and hats for $15 each, lapel pins for $5, and there will be a raffle for a Harley Davison Motorcycle (raffle tickets are $10 each).

Come join the Roselle Police Department at our 2018 Cop on Top Special Olympics Fundraiser on Friday, May 18 from 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Dunkin Donuts, 247 E. Irving Park, Roselle. Just look for the cop on the rooftop! With each donation to Illinois Special Olympics, you will get a coupon for a free donut, and with a $10 donation, you will get a coffee mug that Dunkin Donuts will fill for free (while supplies last). We will also be selling T-shirts and hats for $15 each, lapel pins for $5, and there will be a raffle for a Harley Davison Motorcycle (raffle tickets are $10 each). One hundred percent of all donations will benefit the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois!

Watch our Facebook page for more details on this very wortwhile cause

Have you ever thought about being that front line person for police and fire emergencies? How about a career as a Telecommunicator? DuPage Public Safety Communications (DuComm) is looking for a few good men and women who: • Crave a fast paced multi-tasking position that will test your skills and abilities. • Are looking for a rewarding career where you can help someone every day. • Are looking for an employer who provides stability, continuing training, challenges and opportunities. Telecommunicator job duties include answering 9-1-1 telephones, transmitting vital information to emergency personnel via the radio, relaying information via the Computer-Aided Dispatch terminal, monitoring fire/burglar alarms, and answering administrative lines serving the police/fire personnel. Registration Deadline: 10/29/18 @ 3 PM For more information or to apply for this exciting and challenging career, visit: Candidates MUST attend MANDATORY Orientation and Testing: Evening of Wednesday, June 6, 2018

The villages voice mail system is back in full service.

The Village’s voicemail system is currently down impacting the ability for callers to leave voicemail messages. Technicians are onsite addressing the issue. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have this repaired within 24 hours.

The Village of Roselle, the Roselle Police Department and the Roselle Fire Department is pleased to announce the addition of a community notification alert system called Everbridge NIXLE. We have begun this service effective today the 24th of April 2018. To subscribe to this opt-in service, simply text 60172 to 888777 (or RoselleIL to 888777) and you will automatically be logged into our NIXLE Community Notification system. You can also visit the NIXLE Web site at and complete the information to receive text and/or email alerts. If you sign up to NIXLE by entering 60172 at 888777, you will automatically be signed up for rebroadcasts for excessive heat or cold warnings, storm or tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm or tornado watches. Additionally we will send out community wide alerts, such as road closures and village wide hazards. Some of our NIXLE alerts will be rebroadcasted to our Village Web Page and our Police and Fire Facebook Pages.

Like last year the Roselle Police Association raised funds for breast cancer awareness. This year will be no different, this year we will be selling our one of a kind Pink Police Shoulder Patches, and we are adding a Pink Cancer Coin. This is a one of a kind limited edition coin, once we are sold out they will no longer be available. 100% of the proceeds from all our sales will be donated to AMITA Health Cancer Institute (a 501 C 3 Foundation) which will support patients at both Alexian Brothers and St. Alexius Cancer Institutes. The donation we make from the sale of the patches and coins will support things like wigs and breast prosthesis, holistic support programs, support groups, family support, massage therapy, fit club, community education and awareness programs, to name a few. We will be selling the patches and coins throughout the spring and summer events, or you can purchase them at our Records Window (open 8 to 5 Central M – F) at the Police Department (103 S. Prospect St, Roselle IL 60172), at the Roselle Village Hall (31 S. Prospect) or on EBay. Patches and coins will be sold for $10.00 each at either the Records Window or at the Village Hall, prices on EBay are slightly higher to cover shipping costs. Watch our Facebook Page for additional items we are still working on. Our coins can be purchased on EBay at the below link: Our Pink Police Shoulder Patch can be purchased on EBay at the below link:

April 8th – 14th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Each year we take time to recognize all the very talented men and women who answer our 9-1-1 calls. These Telecommunicators are extremely critical to delivering both police and fire department services to assist not only our residents but to our Police Officers, Fire Fighters and Emergency Medical technicians. On behalf of our public safety departments and the residents of Roselle, thank you for all the hard work you do, for all your commitment and sacrifices you give for our community. You work behind the scenes, and are the first person a caller hears when they are in distress. You have always sent help, calmed them down and have given assurance help is on the way. You give the calming directions and have on several occasions helped deliver babies, or helped the caller perform C.P.R.! You are our unsung heroes! We would like to send a BIG THANK YOU out to Addison Consolidated Dispatch Center (ACDC) the DuPage Sheriff’s Dispatch Center and most of all to our dispatch center DuComm (DuPage Public Safety Communications)! You demonstrate to our community your professionalism and dedication every day! Thank you for all you do!

Beware of Ruse Burglaries and Scams Ruse burglaries or ploys often begin with the offenders creating an excuse to enter the victim’s home. After selecting a home by profiling it, the offenders often claim to be a utility worker, Village employee or a contractor. Often they will enter the home using the ruse of checking something, like your water pressure, leaky pipes or blown fuses. This is the time of year a homeowner will get approached and ask for assistance to locate a property line as the neighbor is installing a fence. While one offender keeps the homeowner occupied, one or more additional offenders enter the home undetected and commit a burglary. Often these burglaries are not noticed for days after they leave. Other scams that residents should be aware of are telephone scams where the caller identifies them self as a relative in need of money, or as the IRS threatening a lawsuit. In these types of scams, the caller often asks the victim to send cash or gift cards. Be aware that utilities and the IRS never call to request gift cards as payment, and they do not notify people over the phone that there is a problem with their account - that communication is done in writing through the mail. If you see something suspicious, call the Roselle Police Department and report these scams. More information will be forthcoming in the Roselle Reporter

Roselle Police Officer Diana Cantu is a Reservist with the United States Army, she is a Staff Sergeant with the Army reserves. Officer Cantu nominated the Roselle Police Department for an award with the Illinois Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) and the entire departments support for her. On Friday the 23rd of March at the ESGR Annual Awards Banquet, the Roselle Police Department was the recipient of the ESGR Pro Patria Award. The Illinois ESGR Pro Patria Award was presented to three organizations in Illinois who have demonstrated the greatest support to the Guard and Reserve employees through their leadership and practices. The Village of Roselle and the Roselle Police Department is honored to have received this award. Pictured is Officer Diana Cantu and Chief Steve Herron.

Today some of the kids at Lake Park High School, both East and West Campus participated in the national walkout to pay respect to the victims of Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida. Lake Park High School shared a video with us that was made by some Lake Park Students, this video is very thoughtful and insightful, and you should take 7 minutes and watch it, they did a great job! Whether you agree with what the kids did today or not, each of the students, those who decided to share in this event or not, all showed a great amount of respect towards each other, faculty and visitors who were allowed in the buildings. Parents of the students, you should be very proud of what your kids did today!

I didn’t think I would have to send more information out about what is happening at Lake Park High Schools today. This incident is unrelated to the events that occurred last Friday. This morning, our school resource officer learned of a student who made specific threats against Lake Park High School. Officers and school officials acted quickly to curtail any chance of danger to our kids. A 16-year-old Lake Park student was taken into custody and charged by the DuPage County State's Attorney with a felony and taken to the youth home for holding and processing. By looking at this case and how it was handled, I wanted to thank our school resource officers and Lake Park school staff who acted quickly and properly to this threat. This is a great example of the type of cooperation there is between the Roselle Police Department and Lake Park High School staff!

Well, we have had an unusual day here at our High Schools. Early this morning our School Resource Officers were made aware of a social media threat, they immediately began working with the Lake Park High School Personnel. As the morning progressed, our officers made a determination that the social media threat was not a credible threat and the students in the school were not in any danger. Soon afterwards, we had many parents who were worried about their children and showed up at the school to pick them up. We understand with what we have all seen in the media over the past week, and the opening of the High School in Parkland Florida today, we understand why many parents decided to pick up their children. We agree with the decision of Lake Park High School to cancel classes, as many of our officers were witness to the surge of parents arriving at the schools. As the day progressed we have found information which is being posted in the internet via various sources that are simply NOT TRUE! Many are drafted seemingly to resemble news articles or press releases. Again these are unfounded stories and simply not true! The Roselle Police Departments' highest priority is to provide safety and security to the students and facility at all of our schools within our community.

2018 Citizen Police Academy The Roselle Police Department is now accepting applications to its 2018 Citizen Police Academy. The 11-week program is scheduled to begin on March 15, 2018 and will meet on Thursday nights from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. through the end of May. What It Is: The Roselle Citizen Policy Academy, in the spirit of community oriented policing, is designed to help the residents of Roselle to understand how their police department works in their community. The Roselle Citizen Police Academy is an 11-week program designed to give the participants a working knowledge of the police department. It consists of a series of classes held one night a week. Classes are taught by our own police officers in their various areas of expertise. To ensure a valuable learning experience, class sizes will be limited. There is no cost to anyone who enrolls. What It Is Not: The Roselle Citizen Police Academy is not designed to make applicants certified police officers. The classes are of an informative nature and are not intended to provide graduates with police authority to act as police officers. Applicants for the Roselle Citizen Police Academy must be at least 18 years of age, live or work in the Village of Roselle, and will be subject to a background check. For information about the Roselle Police Department Citizen Police Academy, please visit the Village website: or contact Sergeant Tim Cook at or call 630-671-4082.

Olivia's father is a member of the Roselle Police family, attached is a story about Olivia, if you are willing to help Olivia get her service dog, see the attached post. Thank you for your continued support!

The Roselle Police Department is seeking applicants for a full-time civilian position within the Roselle Police Department. The Community Resource Coordinator is an exempt position that will serve in the department’s Administrative Division. This position is expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in performing a variety of complex, technical, and administrative duties. It requires strong communication skills and involves interaction with the public, law enforcement personnel, and community groups. It serves as a police resource to the community and is involved in activities related to crime prevention, community outreach, and public education. Responsibilities include community outreach, crime prevention, social media, equipment coordination, grant reporting, OSHA/IDOL advisor, event coordination, research, assisting with administrative functions, and conducting professional presentations to the Village Board, employees, or residents. Further details can be found at: Below is a link for a complete job description: Applications are due by February 16, 2018 5:00 PM CST.

ROAD CONSTRUCTION ALERT! Roselle Road at Granville will be partially blocked due to a water main break, this partial closure may last until Wednesday January 10th 2018, the roadway is down to one lane in each direction. Please use caution when driving in the area, our Public Works Crews are working on getting these lanes opened as soon as all the construction is completed.