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
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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

If you need to speak to someone or knows someone that needs to speak to someone about opioids or other substances anytime day or night please contact Illinois Helpline for Opiods and Other Substances 24 hour hotline at 1-833-2FINDHELP

We would like to congratulate all the winners of this years DEA opiate educational videos. The second-annual video challenge is a part of a joint nationwide education initiative titled Operation Prevention that educates students about the science behind addiction and its impact on the brain and body. Available at no cost, the initiative’s resources help promote lifesaving discussions in the home and classroom. Be sure and watch all of the videos as they are all informational and very well done. https://www.operationprevention.com/competition/video/archives/2018

We wanted to pass on information about this event happening June 24 in Pekin.

Chief Fengel and Officer Kerrn have been out issuing positive tickets. This ticket campaign has been a long running Bartonville tradition for many summers. Bartonville Police, Bartonville Lions Club and Bartonville McDonalds have again partnered together to make this possible. Officers will be out in the Village all summer and if they catch children being good, helping others or showing responsibilities the children might be ticketed! No worries parents if your child receives a positive ticket it is a great thing. The ticket entitles them to a free burger and fry along with an entry for a chance to win a new bicycle. Children can receive multiple tickets through out the summer.

Applications must be turned in by tonight (June 15, 2018 no later than 5 p.m.) JOB OPENING: Bartonville Police Department has an opening for an Administrative Assistant/Victim's Advocate. This job involves support to management including the Chief of Police, Village Board of Trustees, Civil Service and Annual Audit as well but not limited to receiving and handling sensitive/confidential information. Responsibility for four areas of service including Clerical, Administrative, Civil and Advocacy. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook with typing skills of 45 words per minute. Accuracy is a must. Must be able to work independently and have excellent interpersonal skills. Must have good communication skills, handle emergencies, multi task and work with set priorities. Applications may be picked up beginning Monday, June 11, 2018 and returned June 15, 2018 no later than 5 p.m. Applications and Informational packets can be picked up at the Bartonville Police Dept. Any questions please contact Kathy at 633-2064.

Save the date for Friday, August 31 from 6:30-8pm at Jones spark in Canton for the Overdose Awereness Walk.

Mark your calendars for the Stop The Stigma Central Illinois Overdose Awareness Walk that will take Sunday August 19 from 1-3pm at the Cefcu Stage on the Peoria Riverfront.

Pictured below is Chief Fengel with Kathy Asby and Mrs. Leach accepting a donation from Femmes Unir Club for the Safety of Seniors Event. Thank you for your generous donation.

Please join Bartonville Police Officer Howard and his K-9 partner Nitro tomorrow at this event! All free event and great experience for the entire family.

Reminder the St. Jude Bartonville to Peoria Run Block Party takes place later today. The block in front of Peacocks will be shut down to traffic and you will need to take an alternate route. Stop down and enjoy the games, food and entertainment.

Chief Fengel and the Bartonville Police would like to thank the Salvation Army for the “Donut Day” delivery. This tradition was started back in World War I.

Today may not be a holiday but it just happens to be our favorite day of the year! We will be taking a bite out of crime all day.

Creek Road closed, please plan accordingly

Chief Fengel would like to congratulate Officer Mobeck, Officer Schumm, Dispatcher Shaffer and Citizen Hahn on receiving these distinguished awards for their quick thinking and life saving actions last November. http://www.week.com/story/38303157/4-people-honored-for-saving-mans-life-in-bartonville-crash http://www.1470wmbd.com/bartonville-honors-officers-bystander-for-actions/

**** POST IS OUT DATED*** Avoid the intersection of Rt 24/Pfeiffer as they are paving in the area. For approximately the next hour there will be no access to Rt 24 from Pfeiffer or Illinois St. On Rt 24 there will be no right or left turns as they are paving the intersection. Please use an alternative route. Thank you and remember to not drive distracted, it is against the law and fines double in work zones. #buckleup and #dropitanddrive

Photos from today's Memorial Day Parade. Thanks to all who attended!

The Bartonville Police Department would like to offer warm wishes to you and your family on Memorial Day. Our deepest gratitude goes to the fallen men and women who gave us a chance to make this world a better place.

Bartonville Police Department canine demonstration at the 2018 Summer of Safety.

We just wanted to thank everyone for coming to this year's Summer of Safety! We had an amazing turnout and it was great to see everyone! Also, a big thank you to all the organizations that made this possible: Bartonville Fire Department, Advanced Medical Transport, Ameren, and OSF St. Francis!

Today’s the day. See you all at Alpha Park for some fun and safety.