Plainfield Police Department

  • Agency: Plainfield Police Department
  • Address: 14300 Coil Plus Dr, Plainfield, 60544 IL
  • Chief: John Konopek (Chief of Police)
Phone: 815-436-6544
Fax: (815) 254-9304

Plainfield Police Department is located at 14300 Coil Plus Dr, Plainfield, 60544 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is John Konopek. The Plainfield Police Department phone number is 815-436-6544.

Plainfield Police Department News

***TRAFFIC TIP TUESDAY*** EEEEEK, my teenager is driving...Scares the heck out of me, what should I know. (Other than stay off the sidewalks;) In Illinois the Graduated Licensing Law was enacted January 2008 to lower the rate of teen driver fatalities, and it's worked. The law adjusted some stuff in the permit stage, but more importantly, it created driving restrictions for young drivers after they obtain their license. Basic overview: (there's lots more here ) - DRIVERS LICENSE IS NO GOOD Sun.-Thurs., 10 p.m.-6 a.m.; Fri.-Sat., 11 p.m.-6 a.m. unless coming/going directly from church/work/school/home. Otherwise, they are driving with a No Valid License (an arrestable offense) - First 12 months of having license, or until the driver turns 18, whichever occurs first, limited to one passenger under age 20, unless it's a sibling, stepsibling, child or stepchild of the driver. - ANY Cell phone use while driving, including a hands free device, is prohibited for drivers under age 19. - If the new driver gets a ticket while driving it's a mandatory court appearance that A PARENT MUST ATTEND! (day off of work) - 2 tickets in a 24 month time frame means they get their license suspended. ($$$$$) - Parents can view their kids driving records anytime from this page (link towards bottom) - Parents must give consent for kid to get a license, and can revoke that consent at any time. Any questions, contact your local friendly police officer!!! Deep breaths, bite nails, repeat.

Halloween Click It or Ticket/Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign Results -

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the victims and emergency responders of the horrific church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Rockford Police Department and the family of officer Jaimie Cox, who was killed in the line of duty this morning.

Happy Friday Plainfield!!! Here's some sage advice from a wise Sicilian: "Don't fall victim to one of the classic blunders. The most famous is 'Never get involved in a land war in Asia, but only slightly less well known is this: 'Never forget to take your belongings and lock your car doors.'" - Ofc. Vizzini Make it a great weekend!!!

Metropolitan Alliance of Police (MAP) Telephone Solicitation Information -

Just because it is November, it does not mean we cannot experience severe weather in northern Illinois. Monitor your NOAA radio and future forecasts for any updates and review your severe weather plans. Stay safe, Plainfield!

***REVERSE 911 FOLLOW UP*** PER WCEMA SKIP THE STEP WHERE YOU PICK ALERT SUBSCRIPTIONS!!! Once you add your information in the beginning steps, your phone number is on the list. The step where you pick your alerts is for general alerts, not our REVERSE 911. Confused? So am I. But I tested it and it works, so please just skip it.

***PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT*** There have been a few incidents recently where the Plainfield Police have used REVERSE 911 to send messages out to the public. There is one major hurdle with these, the database is only automatically populated with landline information...and not everyone has a landline. So for those of us (yeah me included) that don't have home phones, just cell phones, WE ARE NOT AUTOMATICALLY IN THE REVERSE 911 SYSTEM. The REVERSE 911 System is run by the Will County Emergency Management Agency, not the Plainfield Police Department. The PPD creates the message and sets the target area, but it is facilitated by WCEMA. So, the $64,000 question...How do I get my cell info in the system? Follow the link to the Will County EMA Emergency Notification page, create an account and put in your info. You will then be added to the list. SKIP THE STEP WHERE YOU PICK A LOCATION!!! Once you add your information in the beginning steps, your phone number is on the list. The step where you pick your alerts is for general alerts, not our REVERSE 911. Confused? So am I. But I tested it and it works, so please just skip it. (If you are not in Plainfield, check with your local police department if they have Reverse 911 and how you confirm you are on the list. Not all use the same system)

Sex Offender in a School Zone Incident -

***TRAFFIC ALERT*** Paving of Essington Road (between Route 126 and 135th Street/Pilcher Road) is scheduled for Wednesday, November 1. Please expect long delays or seek alternate routes. Bolingbrook Police Department The Village of Bolingbrook Waze

Beware: If you’re drinking this #Halloween, you’d better not be driving! #DriveSoberIllinois #DrunkDrivingIsScary

Happy Halloween Plainfield! How do vampire police find the bad guys? They go on a stake-out!!! (ayoooh) Make it a safe Halloween!

***Found Bike*** This little guy was found all alone on the path in Winding Creek. He really misses his home and says he's not ready to become a bike cop, he doesn't like donuts. He's safe, warm and with friends but would rather be at home. If you know his owner, will you please have them contact the Plainfield Police? 815-436-2341 Thanks, you rock Plainfield!!!

Trick-or-Treat hours are 4-8 p.m. tonight. Have a safe and happy Halloween!

Our hearts go out to the families and witnesses involved in this tragic incident -

Walnut Cir is open and the scene is clear. An official press release will be posted Monday. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

We continue to investigate the scene on Walnut Circle, which will remain closed for the next couple of hours. We believe the two incidents are related and there is no longer a threat to the community. We will put out a more formalized press release on Monday as we continue to investigate these incidents throughout the weekend.

#Halloween party? Check. Costume? Check. Sober ride home? You’d better check. #DriveSoberIllinois #ImpairedDrivingIsScary

The situation has been secured. We still ask everyone to stay away from the area. We will post another update soon.

For those folks in the area of walnut circle, please remain in your houses until further notice.

We currently have 2 major crime scenes going on. At jewel at 135th/59 and an active armed barricaded situation on walnut circle near 119th.

Happy Friday Plainfield!!! It's getting chilly outside, so here's an Ice cold reminder...take or hide your valuables and lock you car doors. (And call your mom, she misses you. Word to your mother!)

Tomorrow you can drop off unused/expired medications at the Plainfield PD during the DEA Take Back Initiative -

***Public Service Announcement*** Lately, the pets found on the loose have not had collars/tags, have not been chipped or the chip was never registered or updated. The PPD loves it when we can return someone's pet home as quickly as possible. Please make sure your pets have collars/tags and updated chips. Thanks, make it a great weekend!!!