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Richton Park Police Department is located at 4455 W. Sauk Trai, Richton Park, 60471 IL. The Richton Park Police Department phone number is (708) 481-8956.
Today, we remember...
Things are about to get a little hairy around here..... starting November 1st some of our officers have decided to put away their razors for the month of November, they have pledged money that will be donated to the American cancer society to take a walk on the scruffy side. So if you see our officers sporting their best whiskers they are doing it to help make a difference.
If you know who this individual is, please contact Orland Park or Oak Forest police department.
Congratulations to Officer Hedgepeth and all the officers involved.
Now that the cooler weather and frosty car windows has arrived, just a reminder that leaving your car running with the keys in the ignition is not only not a good idea it’s also against the law. We have all ready had one car taken this morning and we certainly don’t want to have anymore. If your vehicle is not equipped with a remote start please stay with your vehicle while warming it up.
This chilly morning we are braving the cool temperatures to escort the annual truck convoy for special Olympics, our area trucking partners have pledged money to participate in this convoy with the trucking company that pledged the most being able to lead the convoy. Just another example of amazing relationships with the public to help support our special athletes all across the state.
Trick or treat hours for this year will be on October 31st from 3pm-7pm
You may wonder why the American flags at your local fire station are flying at half-staff today. This year Sunday, October 7 is National Firefighters' Memorial Day. This is an official national tribute to all firefighters who died in the line of duty during the previous year. 95 firefighters lost their lives since last year’s memorial. Please lower the American flags at your home and business. When you lower your flag this year, you will recognize the brave men and women who died protecting their communities from natural and manmade emergencies and disasters and those who carry on the proud tradition. #RPFD #Supportthethinredline #Richtonparksbravest
Congratulations Deputy Chief Owens on being sworn in tonight to your new position.
October is breast cancer awareness month, we are proud to help spread the word that early detection can help save a life. We are proud that two members of our extended family are currently fighting and beating cancer. We will always support the fighters, admire the survivors and honor the taken... #215and807fightinglikegirls
The Richton Park police department is pleased to announce the Promotion of Detective/Sergeant Rodney Owens to the Position of Deputy Chief of Police affective October 1st, 2018. Detective/Sergeant Owens began his career with the Richton Park police department in 1999 after having served with the Chicago housing authority police department. Throughout his career in Richton Park Detective/Sergeant Owens has served at patrol officer, patrol corporal, patrol sergeant and detective/Sergeant. If you see Detective/Sergeant Owens please wish him continued success in his new role and thanks for a job well done. Congratulations Deputy Chief Owens.
Today we remember, we will never forget.
We love our residents and the support they always show us. Just remember we are always there for you if you need us. 👮♂️👮♀️💙
We hope you can stop by and see us on Wednesday October 3rd at the Richton Park McDonalds from 6:30am-11:00am as we host coffee with a cop. This is an informal way for you to meet your local officers, tell some stories, have a laugh and get a good cup of coffee and a little breakfast. We hope to see you on October 3rd.
We are always watching for speeding violations in our residential neighborhoods and main roadways, speeding results in unnecessary traffic crashes and injuries. We now have a new weapon in our arsenal to detect speeders, we now use radar. Have a great Sunday everyone and watch your speed, us and radar are.
Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day? 17 years ago at 8:46am our world changed forever, and for the last 17 years and for all of eternity we will never forget.
Today is world suicide prevention day, it's ok to talk to someone, reach out and get help. Remember we are here 24 hours a day 365 days a year, we will always listen and get you the help you need.
Hey you, yes you.... why aren’t you at the Richton Park metra lot celebrating our fall fest, there is amazing food and music waiting for you...we’re here until 9 and the weather is beautiful... best of all it’s free to get in. Stop by and say hi, we would love to see you.
So many memories, This morning St.James hospital in Chicago Heights officially closed its doors. It was a good run.
We want to wish everyone a happy Labor Day, enjoy this day with friends and family. And remember, if you need us, we're always here for you.
Today is National #IAM911 day, while we no longer have our own dispatch center we are lucky enough to have the best 9-1-1 center take care of us, the fire department and our citizens, thank you to Southcom dispatch center, today just like everyday we stand next to you and with you.... today #IAM911