Beecher Police Department

  • Agency: Beecher Police Department
  • Address: 724 Penfield St, Beecher, 60401 IL
  • Chief: Jeffrey L Weissgerber (Chief of Police)
Phone: 708-946-2341

Beecher Police Department is located at 724 Penfield St, Beecher, 60401 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeffrey L Weissgerber. The Beecher Police Department phone number is 708-946-2341.

Beecher Police Department News

Officers on the scene of a vehicle vs. light pole crash at the intersection of Church and Fox Hound.

Beecher Fire Department is on the scene of a vehicle crash on Indiana Avenue, west of town. Indiana Avenue will be closed between Western and Ashland for an hour. Please use an alternative route.

Two outstanding programs to assist those in need as the holidays approach. This will be the 2nd year for our food drive and the 70th year for the Marine Corps Reserve and Toys for Tots.

Jaimie Cox, Rockford PD, EOW 11/05/17 Our prayers and condolences to the family and friends of Officer Jaimie Cox and his brothers and sisters in blue at the Rockford Police Department. Officer Cox was killed in the line of duty early this morning serving the community.

Officer Fraher ran across these two young men, Chasten and Camwren Clegg, at Walt's today raising money to donate to the American Red Cross to be used for hurricane relief. Outstanding work guys and thank you for doing your part.

Did you know the Beecher Police Department has 11 officers trained in crisis intervention training? Those 11 officers attended a 40 hour Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board (ILETSB) state-certified Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) course to better serve the community. The officers received intensive training on recognizing and addressing individuals in the community who have a mental illness or other behavioral disability. Our goal is to provide an immediate and effective response to calls involving a mental health crisis. The officers trained in the following topics: • Mental Illness Signs and Symptoms • Child and Adolescent Issues • Geriatric Issues • Co-Occurring Disorders – Substance Abuse • Verbal De-Escalation and Tactical Response • Returning Veterans and PTSD • Risk Assessment and Crisis Intervention Skills • Law Enforcement Response and Legal Issues • Medical Conditions and Psychotropic Medications • Autism and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities • Community Resources Officers receive annual updates on topics through our training partners to provide up to date and relevant service to our citizens and visitors. CIT certified officers wear a blue CIT pin below the name tag on the officer’s right pocket. If you would like any additional information about our CIT program please feel free to call us.

Director Tatgenhorst teaching Below 100 to members of the department this morning. Below 100 is a program to reduce the number of line of duty deaths and injuries through safe patrol habits and practices.

We just spoke with staff at the Beecher Vet Clinic and the owner has been located for the dog. Thank you for all the inquiries and shares to reunite the K-9 with its owners. This pretty boy was found and is currently at the Beecher Vet Clinic. If anyone knows who the owners are they need to contact Beecher Vet.

Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, November 5th at 2:00 a.m. Remember to turn your clocks back an hour.

Did you know the Beecher Police Department provides lock out service to residents and visitors? If you lock your keys in your vehicle give us a call and we will send an officer to assist.

Officer Hawkins and Director Tatgenhorst out and about handing out candy to the trick-or-treaters. Remember the weenie roast starting at 6 pm in Firemen's Park sponsored by your Beecher Lions Club in addition to the pumpkin smash from 6-8 pm. Stay safe and warm and enjoy your evening.

We just spoke with staff at the Beecher Vet Clinic and the owner has been located for the dog. Thank you for all the inquiries and shares to try and reunite the K-9 with its owners. Hey Mom or Dad I am in doggie jail I was found in Pheasant Lake Estates on Swan Lane and some kind people brought me to the Beecher Vet Clinic. If you see my owners please let them know where I'm at so I can get out to enjoy Halloween.

Your BPD and EMA crew at your service tonight. Please enjoy your Halloween and trick-or-treat safely.

We would like to share some Halloween safety tips for the kids, parents and pets as the spooky evening approaches. We have added extra officers for patrol in the neighborhoods so please feel free to come say Hi and trick-or-treat our officers, as they have candy, lots and lots of candy, to hand out to the little (and big) goblins, ghosts, pirates and princesses. Enjoy Halloween 2017, trick-or-treat safely, and call if we can be of any assistance. *Disclaimer - BPD not responsible for stomach aches or cavities caused by the delicious candy our officers hand out today.

Halloween Activities Trick-or-treat hours are 4-7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31st. The Lions Club Annual Weenie Roast will begin in Firemen's Park at 6 p.m. on Halloween. In addition to the Weenie Roast, the Lions Club will be hositng a pumpkin smash and hayride in Firemen's Park from 6-8 p.m.

October is CYBER SECURITY AWARENESS MONTH. Besides the site, please check out the Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign. Stop.Think.Connect. is a national public awareness campaign aimed at increasing the understanding of cyber threats and empowering the American public to be safer and more secure online. Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility. We each have to do our part to keep the Internet safe. When we all take simple steps to be safer online, it makes using the Internet a more secure experience for everyone. For more information visit:

THIS FRIDAY! Come join us for our annual Open House! Meet your local Police Officers and EMA members, Oct. 13th 5PM-8PM. FREE RAFFLE! Nerf target shooting! Squad car demonstration! Fatal vision golf cart driving! SWAT Team equipment demonstrations!

Information for Beecher's Chief Jeffrey Weissgerber's Funeral Arrangement. A memorial service will take place at the Zion Lutheran Church located at 540 Oak Park Ave. Beehcer IL. Services will be from 3:00 pm till 7:30 pm on Monday Oct. 9th, 2017. A police walk through will start at 5:00 pm. At 7:30 pm there will be a memorial service at the church. There will be "NO" police procession after the service. If you need further information, please contact Director of Community Policing Denis Tatgenhorst at 708-231-2014 (office) 708-296-1715 (cell) or email