Glendale Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Glendale Heights Police Department
  • Address: 300 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights, 60139 IL
  • Chief: Michael S Marron (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630.260.6070
Fax: 630.668.2993

Glendale Heights Police Department is located at 300 Civic Center Plaza, Glendale Heights, 60139 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Michael S Marron. The Glendale Heights Police Department phone number is 630.260.6070.

Glendale Heights Police Department News

For an EMERGENCY always call 911! For Non-Emergencies please call 630-260-6070.

The Glendale Heights Police Department is happy to announce we have have partnered with German Shepherd Rescue of Chicago to have our found shepherd placed with a foster. The department would like to thank Brandi from the rescue for assisting us in trying to find this dog a forever home. Our officers will miss walking and playing with him everyday.

Please take a moment to stop by Village Hall to pick up a poppy and pay your respects to those lost during World War I. Join us on Sunday, November 11th at 11:00 am for our Veterans Day Ceremony where we will honor our past and present veterans!

Set your clocks back 1 hour this Sunday, November 4th, at 2am!

Leaves are falling & street sweeping restrictions still remain in effect for November 8am - 4pm

Street Sweeping Zone Map https://glendaleheights.org/pdf/pw/StreetSweepingZoneMap.pdf

Q: Why did the police officer arrest the ghost? Because he didn’t have a haunting license! Happy Halloween! Trick or Treating hours are 3:00pm-7:00 pm and Safety Town Trick or Treating is 4:00pm to 7:00pm!

Trick or Treating hours in Glendale Heights - 3:00pm to 7:00pm Safety Town trick or treating hours - 4:00pm to 7:00pm

The Glendale Heights Police Department is one of 21 municipalities awarded funding through the ComED Powering Safe Communities Grant. The Police Department will receive $5,734 towards our portable fingerprinting system. This will allow our Department to provide fingerprinting services more efficiently. Thank you ComEd and the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus for helping us to better serve our community!

A jail cell is a frightening place to spend #Halloween. #DriveSoberIllinois #ImpairedDrivingIsScary This Halloween, Keep the Scares off the Road Glendale Heights Police Department is cracking down on impaired driving Glendale Heights, IL – The Glendale Heights Police Department today reminded motorists of the dangers of impaired driving, particularly on Halloween when little ghouls and goblins are out in neighborhoods and on busy streets after dark. If you plan to be out celebrating, keep this fearsome warning in mind: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. “If you know you’re partying this Halloween, make sure you designate a sober driver to get you home safely,” said Sgt. Michael Dziedzic. “Don’t put yourself, or others, at risk by driving impaired by alcohol or drugs.” Each year throughout Illinois, hundreds die in impaired-driving crashes, while others face the ramifications of a DUI, including jail time, loss of license, and thousands of dollars spent on attorney’s fees, fines and lost wages. 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. • Use your community’s sober ride program. • 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. ###

The Glendale Heights Police Department is attempting to locate the owner of this pictured German Shepard. We located this very friendly dog near the intersection of Army Trail and Bloomingdale Road around 5:30 PM tonight, October 24. The dog has a black harness but no other identifying features or chips.If you are the owner or know who the owner is please call the Glendale Heights Police Department at 630-260-6070.

Join us this evening for our Neighborhood Watch Meeting! We will be discussing staying prepared and what to expect during an active shooter situation! Neighborhood Watch starts at 7:30 pm at Village Hall in the police training room.

Thank You Reskin Elementary School for asking Chief Flint to read to grade school students at your Family Reading Night.

NEWS - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10/18/18 For Information Contact: Sgt. Michael Dziedzic #238 630-909-5444 michael_dziedzic@glendaleheights.org This Halloween, Keep the Scares off the Road Glendale Heights Police Department is cracking down on impaired driving Glendale Heights, IL – The Glendale Heights Police Department today reminded motorists of the dangers of impaired driving, particularly on Halloween when little ghouls and goblins are out in neighborhoods and on busy streets after dark. If you plan to be out celebrating, keep this fearsome warning in mind: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over. “If you know you’re partying this Halloween, make sure you designate a sober driver to get you home safely,” said Sgt. Michael Dziedzic. “Don’t put yourself, or others, at risk by driving impaired by alcohol or drugs.” Each year throughout Illinois, hundreds die in impaired-driving crashes, while others face the ramifications of a DUI, including jail time, loss of license, and thousands of dollars spent on attorney’s fees, fines and lost wages. 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. • Use your community’s sober ride program. • 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. ###

Calling all tweens (Ages 10-14)! On Friday, October 19th, come on out for Hallow-Tween from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and visit the haunted hallway or dance the night away at the Sports Hub! Cost is $7/$12 (R/NR) or free with a Hub Club membership.

Glendale Heights Police Department’s K9 Lobo has received donation of body armor. Glendale Heights Police Department’s K9 Lobo has received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The vest was embroidered with the sentiment “In memory of K9 Ty, California City Police Department”. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. is a 501c(3) charity located in East Taunton, MA whose mission is to provide bullet and stab protective vests and other assistance to dogs of law enforcement and related agencies throughout the United States. The non-profit was established in 2009 to assist law enforcement agencies with this potentially lifesaving body armor for their four-legged K9 officers. Since its inception, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provided over 3,100 protective vests in 50 states, through private and corporate donations, at a value of $5.7 million dollars. The program is open to dogs actively employed in the U.S. with law enforcement or related agencies who are certified and at least 20 months of age. New K9 graduates, as well as K9s with expired vests, are eligible to participate. The donation to provide one protective vest for a law enforcement K9 is $950.00. Each vest has a value between $1,744 – $2,283, and a five-year warranty and an average weight of 4-5 lbs. There is an estimated 30,000 law enforcement K9s throughout the United States. For more information or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please call 508-824-6978. Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. provides information, lists events, and accepts tax-deductible donations of any denomination at www.vik9s.org or mailed to P.O. Box 9 East Taunton, MA 02718.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month DVAM We all play a part in helping to raise awareness about domestic violence. Do your part and support #SurvivorSpeaks in October.

Tomorrow!

Congratulations Lobo!