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Kenilworth Police Department is located at 419 Richmond Road, Kenilworth, 60043 IL. The Kenilworth Police Department phone number is 847-251-2141.
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Vehicle burglarized overnight
*****UPDATE - The owner has been located and they have been reunited****** Looking for the owner of this sweet dog!
Crime Alert Last night, 1 vehicle was stolen from the 600 block of Abbotsford. The vehicle was unlocked with the keys left inside. Two unlocked vehicles in the 400 block of Abbotsford were burglarized. These incidents are occurring during the overnight hours. Communities in the extended area have all had vehicles stolen and burglarized as a result of these opportunists looking for unlocked vehicles. These offenders are drawn to this area because easy opportunities to commit crimes exist. The best way to discourage this area from being targeted is to lock your doors and remove keys and valuables from your cars. We need your help to eliminate crimes of opportunity. Call 911 if you see any suspicious behavior.
Kenilworth Police Join Forces with Agencies Statewide for 2018 Illinois Speed Awareness Day Campaign Kenilworth, IL – During Illinois Speed Awareness Day this July 25th, the Kenilworth Police Department is taking a proactive approach to promote safety for motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists through both education and enforcement. In Illinois during 2016, speed was the reason for 34.2% of all fatal crashes. That’s 369 deaths for the year, or one life every 23.7 hours. These lives can be easily saved by being aware of our speed and understanding how speeding impacts a crash. In urban areas, speeding can have the following consequences: • The higher the speed at impact, the more severe the injuries sustained. • 37.8% of the total injury crashes are speed-related. • When speeding there is a greater chance that other road users will misjudge how fast you are traveling. • Speeding extends the distance required to stop a vehicle in emergency situations. • Speeding reduces a driver’s ability to navigate safely around curves or objects in the roadway. • A 1% decrease in travel speed reduces injuries by about 2%, a serious crash by 3% & a fatal crash by 4%. Let’s all do our part by taking a proactive approach to prevent fatalities and reduce injuries on the roadways by being aware of our speed and obeying the speed limit signs ALL the time. If you would like more information about Illinois Speed Awareness Day, please visit www.illinoisspeedawarenessday.org.
West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitoes Found in Kenilworth The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District has found the first West Nile virus positive mosquitoes to occur in our trap in Kenilworth this year. Two batches of mosquitoes, collected on July 11, 2018, from an NSMAD trap in Kenilworth, tested positive for West Nile virus in their lab on July 12. This year, WNV positive batches of mosquitoes have also been found in NSMAD traps located in Evanston, Glencoe, Glenview, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Northbrook, Northfield, Skokie and Winnetka. The risk of being infected with West Nile virus is increasing and we consider it to be in the moderate range. Human infections typically occur during the months of July-September. The NSMAD recommends that residents take personal protection measures to minimize mosquito bites including: using insect repellent, wearing loose fitting clothing and avoiding peak mosquito feeding times during the hours around dawn and dusk. Residents are urged to examine their property and eliminate any items that can hold water, particularly smaller items that may be easily overlooked. Remember, if it can hold water, it can breed mosquitoes. The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District (NSMAD) is a local government agency responsible for controlling the regional mosquito population in order to reduce the risk of disease from mosquito borne illness and minimize the negative impact mosquitoes have on the quality of life in the municipalities of Deerfield (Cook County, east of Pfingsten Road) Evanston, Glencoe, Glenview (east of Pfingsten Road), Golf, Kenilworth, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles (east of Harlem Avenue), Northbrook (east of Pfingsten Road), Northfield, Skokie, Wilmette, and Winnetka. Please visit www.nsmad.com for more information.
Road Closure - July 3rd, 2018
**OWNER LOCATED - DOG IS BACK HOME** Found Dog! We need help getting him home :)
The 4th of July is right around the corner. Lets celebrate safe!
Heavy traffic congestion is expected on Kenilworth Ave. West of Sheridan Rd. due to a large funeral at 1pm. Surrounding streets will be utilized for parking. Travel through this area should be avoided if possible.
Its going to be another hot day. Drink plenty of lemonade to stay cool!
Can YOU SEE your house numbers on your mailbox and/or house? When you have lived at the same address for a number of years, you rarely pay any attention to your house numbers (address). For Police Officers, EMS, and Fire that may be responding to your house in the event of an emergency, your house numbers are what they are looking for. Make it a point, to LOOK at your numbers to see if: -All of the numbers are still there -They are Large enough to be seen easily from the street -Any landscape vegetation has grown over them limiting there visibility If you can see them, So can we...Thank YOU!
On Friday May 18th officers from the Kenilworth Police Department will be setting up a table at the Kenilworth Train Station to greet commuters and provide the opportunity to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. No agendas, just coffee and conversation. All are welcome! The event will take place from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at the Kenilworth Train Station, 400 Richmond Rd. Coffee with a Cop advances the practice of community policing through improving relationships between police officers and community members one cup of coffee at a time.
***** Mr Munoz had been located. ***** Missing person out of Skokie SKOKIE PD: Missing Person: JD Munoz, 89yrs old, Male, Hispanic,4'8, 170lbs. Last seen:9401 Kenton Ave, Terminal Park, 8pm on 4/24/18 nixle.us/A3X4J
We are pleased to share with you the 2017 Winnetka Fire Department Annual Report.
Here are some helpful tips for Kenilworth residents in the event you need to call 9-1-1
Residents are being warned of the growing blackmail scam that demands payment in bitcoin. https://goo.gl/BbgfyS
The IRS Scam continues. Don't fall prey to these individuals
The following is posted at the request of the Cook County Clerk's Office: Democracy doesn’t just happen. Every voter who casts a ballot on Election Day depends on the poll workers who are there serving voters and facilitating democracy. The Cook County Clerk's office is hiring community members to serve in suburban polling places and make it possible for their neighbors to cast their ballots and be heard on March 20th. There are two positions available: Election Judge or Equipment Manager. Both Election Judges and Equipment Managers assist voters and ensure the polling place is running smoothly. Equipment Managers are also responsible for setting up and maintaining the voting equipment. Due to the additional responsibility, Equipment Managers receive more training and get higher pay. Election Judges earn $190, Equipment Managers earn $340. To learn more and apply online visit cookcountyclerk.com/work or call 312.603.0970.
The Kenilworth Police Department is excited to announce that our 2017 Annual Report is now available on our website! Our 2017 Annual Report details our activities, accomplishments, and statistics from the previous year. The report is available for viewing by clicking on the link below. https://il-kenilworth.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/2057
Stolen Auto overnight in Kenilworth
Important Winter Storm information for Kenilworth residents.