Carol Stream Police Department

  • Agency: Carol Stream Police Department
  • Address: 500 North Gary Ave, Carol Stream, 60188 IL
  • Chief: Richard Willing (Chief of Police)
Phone: (630) 668-2167
Fax: (630) 668-2397

Carol Stream Police Department is located at 500 North Gary Ave, Carol Stream, 60188 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Richard Willing. The Carol Stream Police Department phone number is (630) 668-2167.

Carol Stream Police Department News

We are happy to say that Police Department has moved back to the newly renovated Village Hall. Stop by and see us sometime! 500 N. Gary Avenue

On Halloween, Officers Castro and Eby stopped by the Wheaton Christian Center to join in on the fun for the Hallelujah Night Event. Officer Castro conducted a presentation on bullying, which included about 60 children.

Corporal Chacon presented Officer M. Rudelich with a Honorable Mention for the thorough investigation that he conducted, regarding a domestic battery and the presence of a handgun. The handgun was located and the important information was gathered. The Department is proud of your dedication to not only officer safety, but community safety as well. Thank you for a job well done!

Press Release Results: The Carol Stream Police Department made 4 impaired driving arrests and issued 47 seat belt & child safety seat citations and 26 distracted driving citations during the recent Halloween enforcement effort. Law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois participated in this effort to save lives by getting impaired drivers off the roads and more people buckled up. The enforcement crackdown took place from Friday, October 26th, through the early-morning hours of Thursday, November 1st.

Officers Castro and Heck attended a Trunk or Treat event at the Outreach Community Center of Carol Stream. This event was sponsored by the Superb Student Program (SSP). The trunk or "treaters" went from trunk to trunk collecting candy. Vehicles were decorated and prizes were awarded for the Best Decorated vehicle. There was also a costume contest and lots of fun games. So glad that we were able to participate and take part of all the festivities.

Recently, Sergeant Cummings participated in a Sticker Shock Campaign at the Caputo’s Grocery Store in Carol Stream. The Carol Stream Police Department partnered with the DuPage County Prevention Leadership Team (PLT) to “sticker” alcohol beverages within the Caputo’s liquor section. The stickers urged those that purchase the alcohol not to supply the beverages to those who are under 21 and the legal ramifications if they do. Sergeant Cummings and several local high school students helped display information throughout the store. We would like to thank Caputo’s for allowing the PLT to spread this important information.

The Carol Stream Police Department would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween. Trick or treating hours are from 3:00pm - 7:00pm. Some helpful tips to remember while trick or treating: • Look both ways before crossing the street • Do not eat candy without your parent’s permission • Do not eat opened candy • Carry a flashlight or a glow stick • Only visit houses with lights on • Accept treats at the door – do not go inside a stranger’s house • Younger children should walk with an adult • Stay with your friends or in a group • Remind kids to stay out of the street, stay on the sidewalk • Parents keep an eye out and drive safe Have a spook-tacular good time!

It is NHTSAs (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's) - National Teen Driver Safety Week. Our officers are partnered with the Illinois State Police and the Illinois Department of Transportation to conduct a teen driving fair at House of Hope in Chicago. *Parents should review the graduated driver laws with their teen to help them remain safe behind the wheel. *Alcohol/drug influence, inconsistent or no seat belt use, distracted and drowsy driving, speeding, and the number of passengers are all dangerous ways to operate a vehicle, particularly for teens. See link below for more information.

Press Release: The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement campaign urges everyone to follow these simple tips to help keep our roads safe during Halloween: • Plan a safe way to get home before you attend a party. • Designate a sober driver, take public transportation, use your favorite ride-sharing service or call a sober friend or family member to get home. • Walking while impaired can be just as dangerous as driving impaired. Designate a sober friend to walk you home. • If you see an impaired driver on the road, contact local law enforcement as soon as it is safe to do so. • If you see an impaired person about to drive, take their keys and help them get home safely. • Buckle up: It’s your best defense against impaired drivers. The Halloween enforcement effort is made possible by federal traffic safety funds administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Chief Dean Stiegemeier, Vice President of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police presented Commander Mike Zochert with a certification for a Certified Police Chief. Congratulations Commander Zochert we are proud of you!

Press Release: Beginning January 1, 2019, Illinois law will require: • Children under the age of two (2) must ride rear-facing. • Children under the age of eight (8) must be secured in an appropriate child restraint system (car seat/booster seat). • The child restraint must be provided by parent or legal guardian. • Every person transporting a child under age eight (8) is responsible for properly securing the child in the vehicle.

The Carol Stream Police Department will be hosting a Quarter Auction Fundraiser, benefiting the Special Olympics of Illinois on Sunday, October 28th. Come on out and have a great time supporting a great organization. AUCTION INFORMATION: Where: American Legion Hall, 123 Main Street in West Chicago. Time: Doors open at 12:45pm. First auction at 1:30pm. See flyer for more details regarding this event. Please come out and support the Special Olympics and the Law Enforcement Torch Run. It is a great cause and a really fun event. Hope to see you there!!

We had a squad car event on Saturday, October 13th in the Town Center. Thanks to all the agencies that came out to display their squads, we appreciate your support! Awards were given to the most unique squad car and to the most traditional squad car. Afterwards the police vehicles took part in a parade around town. Such a fun event, we can't wait to do it again next year!!

Congratulations to Secretary Cheri Paskevicz for implementing and developing the PD's Employee Recognition Share Point site. It is a useful tool that was designed to recognize the members of the police department who have done excellent work. Thanks Cheri for a job well done!!

Officer Freer was recognized for seizing an illegally possessed firearm. The subject was charged with Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon. The semi-automatic handgun was loaded and located in the back seat. Officer Freer's ability and determination to further a traffic stop resulted into a very serious arrest. Thank you for keeping the residents of Carol Stream safe.

Tomorrow: Saturday, October 13th we will be hosting a squad show event in the Town Center parking lot. Please join us from 10am-2pm. We will conclude with a squad car parade through the Western Trails area of town. The participating police vehicles will depart from the Town Center at 1:45 PM. The emergency vehicles will travel west on Lies to southbound Idaho. The parade route will travel west on Canyon Trail to Flint and then south on Niagra Street. After passing Roy DeShane School, the squad cars will travel west on Chippewa Trial to southbound Aztec Drive. The parade will travel its final leg by going east on Illini Drive to Hiawatha. The vehicles will pass Jay Stream Middle School and reach the final destination at the new Village Hall. Come out to vote on your favorite police vehicles. After you vote, stand along the parade route to see these squads in action.

Out on patrol.....Officers S. Cadle and Plackett visited with their new friend Abbey. Thanks Abbey for hanging out with us!

Detectives Walker and Andrejevic were recognized for the recovery of a illegal firearm. During a routine traffic stop and a foot pursuit, a semi-automatic loaded handgun was recovered. The subject was charged with three felonies. Detectives Walker and Andrejevic were able to remove an illegal weapon from the streets and have demonstrated exceptional initiative. Thanks for keeping the residents of Carol Stream safe.

Lost dog: Found Saturday, October 6th in the median of North Avenue at President. She is a white Maltese or Shih Tzu, not wearing a collar and no chip. Please call the police department with any information, we can be reached 24/7 at (630) 668-2167.

Congratulations to Officers Guzman and Scarpulla! Both officers recently graduated from the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy (SLEA) at College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn. We are looking forward to them accomplishing great things.

During National Child Passenger Safety Week our certified Child Passenger Safety Seat Technicians, along with the Kiwanis of of Greater Chicago hosted a car seat event. We inspected 42 seats and educated families on the proper use and installation of their child safety seats. Please keep in mind that the law is changing. As of January 1st, 2019. Children under the age of 2 must ride rear-facing in the back seat.

Come check out Carol Stream's Squad Car Show, featuring emergency vehicles from various local departments. WHEN: Saturday, October 13th 10:00am - 2:00pm WHERE: Ross Ferraro Town Center 940 N. Gary Avenue

Please stop by the Car Seat Safety Check tomorrow!! See below for more details.

Car Seat Safety Check Event - Saturday, September 29th 10am-2pm at the Ross Ferraro Town Center. Come join us!!

On Saturday, September 15th the Carol Stream Police Department attended the Annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving Awards Banquet in Springfield, IL. MADD honored four of our officers with the prestigious MADD Hero Award. Sergeant Cluever, Officers Stafiej, Turnholt and Mabbitt were all recognized for their exemplary efforts in prevention, education, and the enforcement of impaired driving. Congratulations on a job well done!