Bartonville Police Department

  • Agency: Bartonville Police Department
  • Address: 5918 S Adams St, Bartonville, 61607 IL
  • Chief: Brian B Fengel (Chief of Police)
Phone: 309-697-2323

Bartonville Police Department is located at 5918 S Adams St, Bartonville, 61607 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Brian B Fengel. The Bartonville Police Department phone number is 309-697-2323.

Bartonville Police Department News

Recently, the DEA had its 14th Prescription Drug Take Back Day. This program was initiated in 2009 to help reduce the nationwide opioid crisis by providing safe and secure disposal points for prescription medications. Nationally, the DEA and more than 4,200 local and tribal law enforcement partners collected a 912,305 pounds - 456 tons - of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for disposal at more than 5,300 collection sites. This brings the total amount of prescription drugs collected since the fall of 2010 to 9,015,668 pounds, or 4,508 tons. According to Acting Administrator Robert W. Patterson, "most people start down the path of addiction through the misuse of opioid prescription drugs than any other substance. The abuse of these prescription drugs has fueled the nation's opioid epidemic, which has led to the highest rate of overdose deaths this country has ever seen." Outdated, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs can be dropped off at the Bartonville Police Department. There is a drop box for these items located in the lobby and is available at all times. Complete results for the DEA's fall Take Back Day are available at The DEA's next Prescription Drug Take Back Day is April 28, 2018.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those involved in horrific incident that occurred at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas yesterday.

Chief Brian Fengel would like to commend Officer John Mobeck and Officer Matthew Schumm for their heroic efforts in rescuing the driver from a fully engulfed vehicle fire. Their swift action, exceptional courage, extraordinary decisiveness, presence of mind and disregard of their personal safety allowed them to pull the driver from the flames to save his life. The call came in as a vehicle involved in a severe crash and was on fire. Upon officers’ arrival they found the driver entrapped and on fire inside the burning vehicle. Officers without hesitation used a fire extinguisher to combat the flames which enabled them to rescue the driver. This crash is still under investigation and the driver was transported to OSF and then to Springfield Memorial burn unit where he is listed in stable condition.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Rockford Illinois Police Department, and the family and friends of fallen Officer Jaimie Cox. 🖤💙🖤

Enjoy your weekend but please keep the weather in mind.

Statewide awareness campaign for Silver Search kicks off today. This is a new program for those with Alzheimer’s. Police and dispatchers will receive additional training on this program which is a tool in Illinois to help train agencies on how they can help you, if you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia that goes missing. The public will also receive training through radio and tv PSAs, billboards and social media marketing campaigns. Chief Fengel, represented the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, serving on the task force. He has worked during his entire law enforcement career to help with seniors in both crime violence victim and social needs situations. He is very pleased to see Silver Search Program become a reality and benefit to our community. For additional information please visit

Chief Brian Fengel and members of the police department participated in the SEAPCO in service training for the area schools that was held this afternoon. The training covered best and safe practices for use with our changing society and students. Our officers taught on ALICE which stands for: Alert Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate. This program is designed to help teach faculty what to do and how to react in an active shooter situation. Here are a few pictures from the training.

Bartonville Trick or Treat hours are from 5pm-8pm tonight. Remember to wear reflective costumes and watch for cars. Drivers slow down and pay attention. Wishing everyone a fun and safe night.

FOUND DOG! Lost Owners! Tan Huskie found in area of Dizzy Deans looking for it owners. Any one has information on the where about of the owners call the Bartonville PD for information.

Peoria County is handling an accident at Airport and Dietrich. Please avoid the area due to the road being closed.

Just like to remind everybody about Halloween safety tips.

Trick or Treating in the village will take place on Halloween (10-31-17) from 5pm-8pm.

We will once again be participating in National Drug Prescription Take Back Day. Oct 28, 2017 from 10am-2pm at our station.

Today, Eddie Jones visited the Bartonville Police Dept. He wanted to personally thank all the police, fire and EMS personnel that saved his life. He was involved in an accident earlier this year. Thank you to Bartonville PD, Bartonville FD, ISP, AMT and any passerby that stopped to assist. The first picture is from the accident and the second is just two of the Bartonville Police Officers that responded to the accident that day. Ofcr Kuhlman, Eddie Jones and Ofcr Kerrn are pictured from left to right. Thank you for stopping by and updating us on your recovery.

Did you see the news last night featuring Bartonville Police Dept. and our use of body cameras? If not here is the story...

Bartonville Police Department, Bartonville Lions Club and Bartonville McDonalds teamed up earlier this summer for a positive ticket campaign. Officers issued positive tickets to children throughout the village caught doing positive things. The ticket was good for a free burger and bag of fries from a Bartonville McDonalds. Along with that the ticket was then filled out and dropped in a box for a drawing which was held recently for two free bikes. The picture below shows are lucky winners.

Rt 24 is open in all directions again.

Peoria County is requesting that you avoid Rt 24 and Cameron Ln intersection. Rt 24 east bound will be shut down for several hours and west bound will have intermittent closures during that time as well. Please avoid the area and spread the word.

I would like to thank this great organization for the chance to participate in this event which was held earlier this week. Please be sure and visit the page of Fight Crime Invest in Kids-Illinois

Bartonville Police Department is pleased to welcome new telecommunicator Dillon Shaffer. Dillon is a Limestone High School graduate who has lived several places with his military family before settling in Bartonville.

The Limestone JFL will be having their annual haunted house every Friday and Saturday in October. Located at 4500 Enterprise Dr. Bartonville, IL 61607. If you have any questions please call (309)241-3113.

The Limestone JFL will be having their annual haunted house every Friday and Saturday in October. Located at 4500 Enterprise Dr. Bartonville, IL 61607. If you have any questions please call (309)241-3113.

SCAM INFO: It has been brought to our attention that residents are receiving calls from what appears to be local phone numbers and businesses in the area. Residents are answering the phone because it is recognizable number on their caller ID and it turns out to be a recording saying you have won a trip, a person claiming to be from the IRS, or even someone pretending to be your grandchild. The scammers are using programs that can disguise their number as a local number all while still calling from a call center located who knows where, might not even be in the USA. Please pass this information along to others that might not have Facebook. Remember never give out your personal information over the phone and if it sounds to good to be true it probably is a scam of some sort.