2018 Illinois Rail Safety Week (September 23-29)
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Schiller Park Police Department is located at 9526 E Irving Park Rd, Schiller Park, 60176 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel Schulze. The Schiller Park Police Department phone number is 847-678-4794.
2018 Illinois Rail Safety Week (September 23-29)
Is this your dog???? This little guy was found wandering in the south end of town. If you're the owner, or know the owner, please contact the Schiller Park Police Department at 847-678-4794
Vehicle burglaries continue to be an all too common problem in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Suspects usually target unlocked vehicles and ones with valuables in plain sight. The Schiller Park Police Department would like to remind residents and visitors to lock their vehicles when leaving them unattended and to never leave valuables in your vehicle, but if you must...keep them out of sight. As always, report any suspicious activity to the police.
It is that time of year again, Schiller Park Police Department’s National Night Out!!! The primary purpose of National Night Out is to get neighbors to leave their front porch lights on, showing their support for their local police departments in the fight against crime. Residents are encouraged to get out of their houses and meet other neighbors in the area and to get to know them. The theory being that if neighbors meet and get to know each other, they are more apt to report suspicious activity in their neighborhood rather than “look the other way” when they see something awry. When you know your neighbors and watch out for them, overall crime in the area is reduced. After all, there’s no better way to fight crime than with community spirit! The event provides a way for residents and Officers to meet one another and discover how we can mutually keep our town a place we all want to live, work, and play as crime free and with the highest quality of life possible. The Village of Schiller Park encourages all residents to participate on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. During the event, residents throughout Schiller Park are asked to turn on their porch lights, lock their doors, and spend the evening outside with their neighbors, Police Officers, Firefighters and other Village personnel. Our free event will be held at the Anna Montana Water Park & Memorial Pool, 4001 N. Scott St. from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Jump in the pool, have some refreshments, join in the games, enjoy the entertainment, and come together to build a stronger and safer neighborhood!
Does anyone recognize this Chihuahua? He was found in the area of Kolze and Seymour and needs to find his owners. If you are his owner, or know the owner, please contact SPPD at 847-678-4794.
Does anyone recognize these dogs? These 2 little ones were found in the area of Wesley and Cullom. Neither have collars or tags. If you're the owner or know the owner, please contact SPPD at 847-678-4794.
UPDATE: The owner has been located and this little guy is back home with his family! Thanks to all who helped. Does anyone know this dog??? Officers found this dog in the 4500 block of Scott St and are looking for its owner. The dog has no collar or tags. If you are the owner, or know the owner, contact the Schiller Park Police Department at 847-678-4794.
Information Update There was an incident in the 9800 block of Irving Park Road and NIPAS (SWAT) responded. The incident was isolated and the closing of roads and clearing of the area was just a precautionary measure to ensure the safety of the public. The incident has been resolved and peace has been restored. Special thanks to NIPAS and all the local municipalities who were integral parts to resolving the incident and keeping our community safe.
I know it's a little late, but the final numbers are in. From Friday's Cop on a Rooftop event, the Schiller Park Police Department raised a total of $1,961.63 for the Illinois Special Olympics!!! A BIG thank you to Dunkin Donuts, 4121 N. Mannhiem, and the BP Gas Station for all of their assistance! We would also like to thank all of our volunteers for their time as well as every single person that donated. Every penny counts! If anyone has pictures from this event, feel free to share them in the comments.
Tomorrow is the big day!!! Come to to the Dunkin Donuts located at 4121 Mannheim Rd. (inside the BP Gas Station) to donate to the Illinois Special Olympics. We'll be out there from 5am-noon. You'll see some cops outside and some on the rooftop soliciting donations. Any donation gets you a FREE DONUT!!! Please leave some donuts for the cops though.
On May 18th, the Schiller Park Police Department will be participating in a "Cop on Top" event, designed to raise money for the Illinois Special Olympics Torch Run. Our officers will be stationed on top of the Dunkin Donuts located at 4121 Mannheim Road (at the BP Gas Station) in Schiller Park from 5:00 am to12:00pm. Officers will be accepting any donation which will be helpful toward funding this worthy cause. Please come on out, make a small donation, enjoy a free doughnut, and see some cops on top of a doughnut shop instead of inside of one.
Yesterday evening, the Schiller Park Police Department's F.O.P. Lodge #170 sponsored the meal hosted by Loaves and Fishes, a local charity that provides food to those in need. Pictured below are some of the fine members of the Schiller Park Police Department, along with some friends who helped make the night a success. A special thank you to Mayor Nick Caiafa for joining us and supporting this worthy cause.
** Important information about street sweeping **
Have a safe and Happy Easter from our family to yours!
The Schiller Park Police Department is asking all those planning to celebrate this St. Patrick's Day, to make sure you plan in advance for safety. - Designate a sober driver in advance - Save a taxi company's number in your phone - Download a transportation service app (Uber,Lyft) -Enjoy the holiday (and your green beer) at home
Please see the below bad weather advisory provided by the Village of Schiller Park...
SCAM ALERT: Among the many phone scams going around this time of year, SPPD was just made aware of a new one. A call will come through and the caller ID will identify the number as "Apple Inc.". The caller will tell you there is an issue with your Apple account and will ask you to sign onto your iCloud account on your computer. Do not do this. If you are concerned about a real issue with your account, hang up and call Apple from one of their many verified numbers such as 1-800-MY-APPLE (800-692-7753).
Please donate to help this brave little girl. Olivia Brandt has already been through so much in her young life and needs our help. Her father is a police officer in a nearby community and is asking for help to pay for a service dog for Olivia which will greatly increase Olivia's quality of life. Please follow the link, read her story and donate.
COOK COUNTY SHERIFF'S POLICE DEPARTMENT COMPLETES INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION CASE REVIEWS ARE CLEARED AND CLOSED NO FACT OR EVIDENCE SUGGEST NEED FOR CRIMINAL COMPLAINT Schiller Park - The Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department has completed its independent case review of two deaths that took place in Schiller Park. They were asked to investigate the 2000 death of Mary Kolodziej and the 2008 death of Lorraine Michalski. The independent investigation was initiated by Barbara Piltaver, who was the Village President of Schiller Park at the time of the request. Previous investigations by the Schiller Park Police Department and the Cook County Medical Examiner concluded that Ms. Kolodziej’s death was an apparent suicide. They also concluded that Ms. Michalski’s death was due to an accidental overdose. After a thorough investigation, the Cook County Sheriff’s Department concluded that no amendment to the original Cause and Manner of Death findings be made and that there was no evidence to support a criminal complaint in either of these deaths. The Sheriff's Department noted some investigative procedures that the Schiller Park Police Department could improve upon. Many of these suggestions, which pertained to procedures that were used in 2000 and 2008, had already been implemented prior to this investigation. The Schiller Park Police Department appreciates the observations and advice of the Sheriff's Department, and we thank them for the comprehensive review of these cases. The Cook County Sherriff's Department's complete report, as provided to the village, can be read at the following link: http://www.villageofschillerpark.com/DocumentCenter/View/1680
The Schiller Park Police Department recently aided federal authorities in an ongoing criminal drug and weapons investigation which resulted in three arrests. Charges were subsequently filed for possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking crime and conspiracy to possess cocaine with the intent to distribute. Several rifles, shotguns, and ammunition were also seized during the investigation. https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndil/pr/federal-law-enforcement-seizes-rifles-shotguns-and-ammunition-melrose-park-home
The Schiller Park Police Department with your help raised $1100 to fund cancer research as part of No Shave November!! Thanks for your support! Here are just a few of the officers who participated this year