Prospect Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Prospect Heights Police Department
  • Address: 14 E Camp McDonald Rd, Prospect Heights, 60070 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: 847-398-5511
Fax: 847-398-6080

Prospect Heights Police Department is located at 14 E Camp McDonald Rd, Prospect Heights, 60070 IL. The Prospect Heights Police Department phone number is 847-398-5511.

Prospect Heights Police Department News

Thank you @stalphonsuschargers for hosting our veterans for breakfast! We enjoyed reading your cards and the thought that was put into them! #veterans #veteransday #supportourtroops #giveback #breakfast

Celebrating Diwali by lighting a candle in our station! Happy Diwali (festival of lights)! If you’re lighting candles tonight, be very careful and take necessary safety precautions.

Thank you @d23macarthur for hosting a celebration for our veterans! Our officers who served in the military felt honored to attend! #veterans #veteransday #supportourtroops #giveback #breakfast @ Macarthur Middle School

We’re out at Rand and Thomas collecting donations for cancer! #movember #cancerawareness #noshavenovember @ Prospect Heights, Illinois

Help find me!! Kaylie is a 4 yr old female Brindle Boxer. She weighs about 50lbs. She is very shy, timid and scared. She's only been in the area for two months. She disappeared 11/3 around 9:30pm from Country Inn & Suites. Reward for a safe return.

Stay safe today while trick or treating!! Our volunteers are out with our officers giving candy and helping us keep everyone safe! Stop by the station for some goodies as well!! Remember to always trick or treat with an adult!! #halloween #besafe

Let’s make Halloween a safe one! Don’t be as spooky as these statistics! #halloween #trickortreat #staysafe

With Halloween around the corner, the spooky Halloween parties are in full swing. Please make good decisions and take a cab. Don’t drink and drive or you’ll be in the haunted dungeons of the PHPD jail cells! Don’t drink too much Witches Brew! #dontdrinkanddrive #drivesober #halloween #jailisscary

Halloween is on Wednesday, October 31st. Hours that children may go Trick or Treating door-to-door in Prospect Heights are from 3 PM – 7 PM. KEEP IN MIND: •Costumes should be highly visible – decorate costumes and treat bags with reflective tape and carry a glow stick and/or flashlight •Make certain that costumes are fitted so that the child will not trip •Costumes should be flame-resistant •Masks should not block vision. Only use hypoallergenic makeup. •Swords, knives and similar weapons should be made of a softer material •Wear a watch and carry a cellphone (if you have them)

Be careful of scammers! Telephone scammers try to trick you out of money or get access to your personal information. Scams may come through phone calls from real people, robocalls, or text messages. The callers often make false promises, such as opportunities to buy products, invest your money, or receive free product trials. They may also offer you money through free grants and lotteries. Some scammers may call with threats of jail or lawsuits if you don’t pay them.

#flashbackfriday to September 10th! The boys and girls of the Summer Outreach Program enjoyed the day riding bicycles and receiving their own helmets donated by the Arlington Heights Bike Club! They rode with a police escort from Willow Trails Park to the Police Station to learn about bike safety and a tour of the station. Ate delicious food prepared by the Prospect Heights Fire Department along with a tour of the fire house. Enjoyed fun activities prepared by the Prospect Heights Park District. Then ended the day with a tour of City Hall. All of this was accomplished by the support of our sponsors, Village CycleSport and Arlington Heights Bike Club!

Thank you to the Flower Garden Day Care for showing their appreciation for the police!

Corporal Bill Suerth Retirement Proclamation!

Thank you to all those who applied! Our orientation date is at MacArthur Middle School (Cafeteria) on Saturday October 27th, 2018 at 9AM! Can't wait to see you all there!

Over the weekend, Officers attended a neighborhood watch block party and gave a safety talk to residents. Planning a block party next summer? Stop by or call the Prospect Heights Police Department to request officers attend

Prospect Heights Police Officers were at Dunkin Donuts today having conversations with the community for Coffee with a Cop

Don't forget! #CoffeewithaCop starts tomorrow at 7AM! Hope to see you there!

Be sure to mark your calendars for #CoffeewithaCop!



Don't try racing the trains, you won't win! #railsafetyweek2018

Make sure to teach you children about being careful by train tracks! #railsafetyweek2018

Make sure you're not distracted when near the tracks! #railsafetyweek2018 #earbudsout