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

***SUPERHERO DAY*** The PPD Explorer Post invites you to enjoy a meal served by Superheros. When: Monday April 23rd, 2018 4pm to 7pm Where: Culver's Plainfield 13449 Rt. 59, Plainfield The Explorers look forward to meeting you!!!

***UPDATE*** The owners were found and our friend was returned home safely. Thanks to the citizen that found him and let us know about him and thanks to Plainfield for spreading the word!!! ***Found Pup*** This super friendly fella was found in the area of Drauden and Caton Farm. No tags, no chip. He does have a growth on the right side of his neck. He is well taken care of. If you know him call 815-439-2831 and ask for Ofc. Bayless.

The Police Department is participating in Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week, April 23-27. For more information on this enforcement and education campaign, check out today's press release - - or visit

On April 19, 2018, Plainfield Police Department Traffic Sergeant Eric Munson (a 1987 graduate from Plainfield High School) was inducted into the Plainfield School District 202 Foundation for Excellence Alumni Hall of Fame. This award recognizes alumni who have distinguished themselves beyond their high school years though their significant accomplishments or service. Sergeant Munson was nominated in the Government and Military category for his achievements in traffic safety related efforts at the local, state, and national levels. Congratulations, Sergeant Munson! We thank you for your dedication and tireless effort you put in to improving the safety of our community!

They are becoming BFF’s...better hurry if she’s yours!!! She has a chip but registers out of Texas and phone is disconnected.

***FOUND DOG*** This awesome girl was found on 119th west of 248th. If you know her call quick 815-439-2831. The officer that found her is in love and already has a name picked out!!

***TRAFFIC ALERT*** Today 9am to 3pm Lane closure Lockport St. / Rt. 126 Plainfield, just west of downtown over the river! Flaggers will be doing their best, but it will be backed up. Please avoid the area if at all possible. Gonna be nutz nutz coconutz!!!

Our thoughts are with the 2 Gilchrist County, Florida deputies, their families and coworkers, as they were ambushed and killed in the line of duty earlier today

Traffic Alert! There will be a temporary lane closure on Lockport Street/IL Route 126 tomorrow, between 9 am and 3 pm, near the DuPage River Bridge. A contractor will be installing a directional signage mast arm. Flaggers will be directing motorists through the work zone.

If you’re texting, who’s driving? #DropItAndDrive #justdrive

We hope to see you at Chat with the Chiefs tonight at 7 p.m. at the Plainfield Fire Protection District Headquarters! Learn more about what's happening at the Fire and Police Departments as well as Emergency Management. For more info, visit

Today is the 5 year anniversary of the tragic West, Tx fertilizer plant explosion that killed many residents and emergency responders, to include former Plainfield EMA member Kevin Sanders. You will not be forgotten

Join the Senior TRIAD on Monday, April 23, at American House Cedarlake, for a FREE program entitled, "Your Life, Your Legacy." The program begins at 10:30 a.m. For more information, visit

Anyone missing a bike? This bad boy was found across Rt. 59 from Meijer, all alone. Don’t worry, Officers are performing some mad tricks on it!!! If it’s yours and you have proof of ownership, email PPD Property Custodian at

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the Police Department is partnering with IDOT to remind motorists that if they drive with a phone in one hand, they can expect to have a ticket in the other hand. For details on this enforcement campaign, read today's press release -

We regret to inform you of the loss of Police Officer Sean Gannon of the Yarmouth (MA) Police Department, who was shot and killed yesterday while serving a warrant. His K9 partner, Nero, was wounded. Prayers to his family and fellow officers. 💙

We regret to inform you of the loss of Patrolman Kevin Crossley of the Whitesboro (NY) Police Department. Please keep his family and fellow officers in your thoughts and prayers.

The PPD strives to provide professional and friendly service. We are saddened by negative posts about us that offer no suggestion as to how we can better serve the public. Not sure what occured Michael Menefee, but we would love to hear actual constructive suggestions from you.

Mark your calendar...Chat with the Chiefs is Wednesday, April 18, at 7 p.m., at the Plainfield Fire Protection District HQ.

A special thanks to the PHSCC Varsity Girls Soccer. It was a kick having them visit us at the PD. They really scored some points with all the goodies they brought. Their goal was to make us smile and they sure accomplished that. Thanks for everything!!! Ken Schoen

We regret to inform you of the loss of Police Officer Keith Earle of the Huntsville (AL) Police Department. Please keep his family and fellow officers in your thoughts and prayers.

It's National Telecommunicator Week. To all Dispatchers nationwide, especially ours at WESCOM, the PPD sends our heartfelt thanks!!! You truly are the unsung heroes of the first responder world!!! Visit WESCOM's FB ( and send them a shoutout!!!

UPDATE #2 - Will County Animal Control posted great news!! OWNER LOCATED. PAYTON IS HEADED HOME 🐶 ***UPDATE*** No owners have come forward, so she is being transferred to Will County Animal Control at (815)462-5633. This little lady was found near Renwick and Drauden. No collar, tags, or chip 😕 If you know who she belongs to, please contact non-emergency dispatch at (815)436-2341. Please share so we can get her home ASAP!

A special message from Officer Harold Hill: Ya got trouble, folks, right here in Plainfield City. Trouble with a capital "T" And that rhymes with "B" And that stands for BURGLARS! Hide/take your belonging...AND LOCK YOUR DOORS!!!

Message from Romeoville Police: See the info below in reference to the [Romeoville Police] department's gun buy back occurring on April 21, 2018 from 9am to 1pm. THIS IS OPEN TO ANYONE THAT WISHES TO PARTICIPATE!!! (not just Romeoville residents)