Itasca Police Department

  • Agency: Itasca Police Department
  • Address: 540 W Irving Park Road, Itasca, 60143 IL
  • Chief: Scott Heher (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630-773-1004
Fax: 630-773-2734

Itasca Police Department is located at 540 W Irving Park Road, Itasca, 60143 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Scott Heher. The Itasca Police Department phone number is 630-773-1004.

Itasca Police Department News

Thank you to Farmers Insurance for providing us lunch this afternoon.

Congratulations to Officer Knoll and her first D.A.R.E graduating class from Franzen School.

Thank you to everyone who came out to support this years Cop On A Rooftop event for the Special Olympics. It was an overwhelming success!! #CopOnARooftop #LETR2018 #SOILL

Officer Duda and friends at today's event.

Cop on Top. Come on out to the Dunkin Donuts at Irving Park Rd and Prospect and make a donation to keep us up here. We have Special Olympic shirts, hats, pins and coffee mugs for sale as well.

Thank you to our friends at AIT for the nice surprise.

We are looking for help identifying the owner of this female dog found near Franzen School. She has already left a present on our report room floor so she shouldn’t need another break for a while. Please contact the Itasca Police Department if you can help us out.

The Itasca Police Department was treated to these decorated gift bags of goodies provided by the children of the employees of Knowles Corp during their "Bring your Kids to work" day. Ofc Knoll wanted to send a special thank you to the kids for inviting her to participate in their Yoga session as well.

One of our detectives was given his very first acting assignment today. Is he a natural or what?

Making prom dreams come true since 2018!

The 2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run is almost here! The Itasca Police Department raised over $6000 dollars last year for this great cause. Our 2017 top two donators from The Law office of David R Schlueter and Platinum Convertying Inc. received a personal thank you from the Director of Police Robert O'Connor and a fun IPD swag bag. If you or your business would like to donate or purchase a t-shirt ($15), Hat ($15) or Pin ($5), please email Ofc Knoll at

Itasca Police is looking for help in identifying the owner of the pictured Bluetooth speaker. Please contact 630-773-1004 with any information.

A phone was found on Catalpa St this week after the snow melted. This is the lock screen photo when we turned it on. If anyone knows one of these guys or who's phone this might be, have them stop in the station to retrieve their phone.

Sad day for the Chicago Police Department and all of us who grieve with them. R.I.P. Cmdr. Paul Bauer.

An Itasca resident was recently the victim of a Ruse entry burglary. Though information is often passed through the community concerning these types of crimes, please take a moment to watch this video presented by the Cook county Sheriffs office, which is an accurate portrayal of a Ruse entry burglary. These criminals most often target the elderly and occur in most every Village, town or city in the area. Please share this with elderly relatives, friends and neighbors and help us communicate how this crime works in order to stop it before it occurs.

On Saturday 12/9/2017 Officers from Itasca, Roselle and Hanover Park came together on their own time to spend a day with a group of wonderful children and do some shopping during our annual "Shop with the Cops" program. Fun was had by all and smiles were plentiful. Thank you to all the Officers, Volunteers and those who contributed to make this a great day for both the children and us. If you would like to donate or contribute to future "shop with cops" events please contact Sgt Mike Shrader at the Itasca Police Department.

The Itasca Nature Center is doing a controlled burn today within the nature center ground. Please do not be alarmed by the smoke and flames.

Please help the owner locate their pet.

Congratulations to Deputy Chief John Matuga on his graduation from the Southern Police Institute. Deputy Chief Matuga endured 3 months of full time higher education in Louisville, Kentucky to achieve this prestigious goal.

Weather Alert for Sunday, November 5 -- The National Weather Service has indicated severe thunderstorms are possible for the afternoon and evening of Sunday, November 5. In addition to large hail and damaging winds, current models suggest a possibility of tornadoes. The greatest risk currently exists south of I-80, but there is a model which shows a potential for the storm to shift north. Per the National Weather Service, the storms will likely move at 45+ mph and could be after dark. Please stay alert this weekend to the possibility of changing weather and stay safe. Check your local forecast for the most current update on weather conditions.

Following a department tour, some tasty treats were given to the Itasca Police Dept by some very generous residents. These will not be around for long!

While waiting to pay for a box of donuts (yes, it true, we like donuts) at Kean's Bakery today for our quarterly supervisor staff meeting, a gentleman in line who refused to give his name or accept any recognition, paid for the donuts and thanked the department for what we do. Director O'Connor and rest of the Itasca police department Supervisor staff would like to thank this gentleman for his kind words and generosity. We hope this message finds him.

Det Kaltenbach and Det Esmael finishing the Ocktoberfast 5k in full uniform in 90 degree heat. Trying to raise funds for the

Tomorrow morning (09/23), Itasca officers will participate in the Oktoberfast 5k running in full uniform with the exception of their ballistic resistant vests due to record heat temperatures. Officers will be running in support of their brothers and sisters down south on the front lines working to restore damages sustained by the recent hurricanes. Please come out and support all runners, officers and the Itasca Runners Club.