Bolingbrook Police Department

  • Agency: Bolingbrook Police Department
  • Address: 375 W Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, 60440 IL
  • Chief: Kevin McCarthy (Chief of Police)

Bolingbrook Police Department is located at 375 W Briarcliff Rd, Bolingbrook, 60440 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Kevin McCarthy. The Bolingbrook Police Department phone number is 630-226-8600.

Bolingbrook Police Department News

The Bolingbrook Police Department is now accepting applications for Police Officer.

The Bolingbrook Fire Department is holding a CPR/AED class on January 9, 2018. You can register online at www.bolingbrook.com/fire and payment can be made at the Bolingbrook Fire Administration office located a the Village Hall.

Bolingbrook Police hosted their 19th Annual Shop with a Cop program at Meijer, 755 E. Boughton Rd. Over 100 Bolingbrook children were treated to a $75 shopping spree courtesy of Meijer. This positive outreach program enables officers to interact with area youth and establish a rapport with each participant. The event truly enhances the holiday spirit within the Bolingbrook community.

Bolingbrook High School Resource Officers John Ivlow and Antonio Tucker were named "Pillars of Valley View". Both were honored at the school district board meeting on December 11th. Bolingbrook High School Principal Jason Pascavage and Assistant Principal Albert Brass acknowledged the officers for their outstanding efforts.

Director Ken Teppel and Deputy Chief Mike Rompa attended the HEART Organization graduation on Friday, December 8, 2017. Judge Ben Braun and Director Teppel were guest speakers. The graduates were commended on their accomplishment and encouraged to utilize the guidance they have been awarded through the program as they move forward as young adults. The HEART is a life changing intervention program which assists youth who are at risk.

It is with great sadness that we inform you of the death of Officer Stephen Alexander, badge #1126. Steve was killed in an automobile crash in New Ross / Wexford, Ireland on December 4th, 2017. Steve’s father, mother, and brother were also killed in the crash. The Alexander family was in Ireland to attend a family funeral. Director Ken Teppel stated, “Steve was an exemplary officer who took great pride in his law enforcement career and who devoted himself to protecting and serving the citizens of Bolingbrook. Steve will be missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him and we will forever keep the Alexander family in our thoughts and our prayers.”

Public Safety Director Ken Teppel and Deputy Chief of Police Mike Rompa were invited guests of St. Francis Catholic Church in Bolingbrook to speak to the congregation about safety. Thank you Father Herb, Father Pat and Father Thomas for welcoming us.

The two newest officers of the Bolingbrook Police Department graduated from the Cook County Sheriff's Police Academy today. We proudly welcome Officer White and Officer McQueen. Both officers are eager to provide the highest quality of service to our great community.

Bolingbrook Police supported Catholic Charities and the Northern Illinois Food Bank with a food drive at Saint Francis of Assisi in Bolingbrook. The event supplied approximately 100 families with an array of food items. This was a great outreach event for the community.

The Bolingbrook Fire Department is announcing the 2018 CPR classes being held at Fire Station 5. Please see the flyer below for all dates and times. You can register online at bolingbrook.com/fire. This will hold your spot but you will not be fully registered until payment is received. Payment can be made by check/money order or cash at the Fire Administration office located inside the Village Hall, 375 W. Briarcliff Road. If you have any questions you can call 630-226-8540.

Bolingbrook Police assisted with DuPage Township's Annual Turkey Give Away for families in need. Hundreds of residents were supplied a full Thanksgiving dinner. The meal packages were delivered to each home. This was a great way to start the holiday season in the community.

This morning the Village of Bolingbrook hosted our annual Veteran's Day Ceremony. Mayor Claar unveiled the new Vietnam Veteran's Memorial with a special tribute to Deputy Mayor Leroy Brown who served in Vietnam and was laid to rest yesterday. Police and Fire were there to honor all those who have served, still serve and gave the ultimate for our great country. Thank you to all our veterans!

Will County Emergency Management Agency has a Smart Message Community Alert Network that can notify residents of announcements, notices and public safety non-emergency information right to their cell phone or home phones. For more information and to register your phone number, please visit www.willcountyema.org/emergency-notification-sign-up.

Bolingbrook Traffic Alert Patching and resurfacing of Rodeo Drive between Kings Road and west of Essington Road (east of Plainfield High School entrance) will start on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017, weather permitting. It will take approximately two weeks to complete the work, weather permitting. During construction, temporary lane closures will occur; however, one lane of traffic will be open at a time with a flagger on either side of the road. Pleases note that Rodeo Drive will remain open at all times during construction. We expect heavy delays, and therefore, ask you to take alternate route, if possible. Please drive carefully and watch out for construction traffic and workers.

Services for Deputy Mayor and Trustee Leroy Brown are as follows: Wake and visitation will be Thursday, November 9 from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at St. Francis of Assisi Parish (1501 W. Boughton Road). At 6:30 there will be a prayer service. Final visitation will be Friday, November 10 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. A funeral mass will follow after and Mr. Brown will be laid to rest at Hillcrest Cemetery (384 E. Boughton Road). Shuttles will be available at Ashbury's/Boughton Ridge (335 E. Boughton Road) where there is plenty of parking.

The wake/visitation for Deputy Mayor/Trustee Leroy Brown will be Thursday, November 9, at St. Francis of Assisi Parish (1501 W. Boughton Road, Bolingbrook) from 2pm to 6pm. Shortly after at 6:30pm there will be a prayer service. On Friday, November 10 at St. Francis of Assisi Parish there will be a final visitation from 9:00 am to 10:00 am with a funeral mass to follow. After mass, Mr. Brown will be laid to rest at Hillcrest Cemetery in Bolingbrook (384 East Boughton Road). Shuttles will be available at St. Francis and at Ashbury's/ Boughton Ridge Golf Course.

Royce Road is now open!

The Bolingbrook Police Department is looking for part-time help. Does a challenging career start here?

UPDATE: Weber Road now has one lane open in each direction between Royce & Boughton, expect delays. Royce Road remains closed between Rt. 53 & Greene Rd.

Weber Road (Washington) is temporarily closed between Royce Road & Boughton Road due to river flooding. Reminder: Royce Road is closed West of Rt. 53 & East of Greene Road due to river flooding.

Royce Road is closed West of Rt. 53 & East of Greene Road due to river flooding.

We Remember...............

Tonight was the 19th Annual Candlelight March by "Citizens Against Abuse". Domestic violence, bullying, intimidation and other forms of abuse continue to trouble communities all across the U.S. - Thank you to the sponsors, volunteers and all the elected officials who helped make this event such a big success!