Naperville Police Department

  • Agency: Naperville Police Department
  • Address: 1350 Aurora Ave, Naperville, 60540 IL
  • Chief: David Dial (Chief of Police)
Phone: (630) 420-6666

Naperville Police Department is located at 1350 Aurora Ave, Naperville, 60540 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is David Dial. The Naperville Police Department phone number is (630) 420-6666.

Naperville Police Department News

Our Movember movement has begun! The Chief and Officer Carlson explain why we're participating:

CRIME STOPPERS BULLETIN: Crime Stoppers Reward Offered in Disorderly Conduct Case at Naperville Pharmacy NAPERVILLE CRIME STOPPERS are offering up to a $1,000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest of person(s) responsible for committing an incident of disorderly conduct in Naperville. The Naperville Police Department is investigating an incident of disorderly conduct at Oswald’s Pharmacy, 88 W. Gartner Road, which occurred on October 31, 2018 at around 11:30 a.m. The suspect is described as being in his late 20’s to late 30’s, short brown hair, around 6 feet tall, medium build, wearing a gray button-down shirt, gray pants and black dress shoes. The subject left the scene in a black 4-door sedan. If anyone witnessed this incident or has any information about it or the suspect involved, they are asked to call CRIME STOPPERS AT 630-420-6006. Your information is important to Crime Stoppers and all callers may remain anonymous. A reward of up to $1,000.00 is being offered for the information that leads to an arrest in this incident.

Our Communications Section staff just completed another successful round of Charity Dress Down Days and were recently able to present the $580 they raised to this period's chosen charity, Normal Moments. Normal Moments is a Naperville-based non-profit organization that supports parents with critically ill children in the home, in the hospital, and via web resources so that they can spend as much time as possible sharing the most normal moments possible with their children. Charity Dress Down Days are an initiative of the City’s Communication Section to give back to the community and enhance a team atmosphere among employees. Staff members can wear approved “dress down” apparel twice a month in exchange for a $5 donation to a charity voted on by all those participating. The Communications Section is comprised of the Naperville’s Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP), which provides emergency and non-emergency radio and telephone communications for all public safety departments, and City Dispatch, which serves the Departments of Public Works and Public Utilities.

PRESS RELEASE: Naperville Police Issue 45 Seat Belt and Child Safety Seat Citations NAPERVILLE, Ill. — Naperville Police made four impaired driving arrests and issued 45 seat belt and child safety seat citations during the recent Halloween Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and Click It or Ticket enforcement campaigns. 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 26 through the early-morning hours of Thursday, November 1. Extra emphasis was placed on enforcement during late-night hours, when statistics show the most unbuckled and impaired driving deaths occur. The recent law enforcement crackdown was made possible by federal highway safety funds administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation and is part of the statewide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and Click It or Ticket campaigns.

These may seem like simple tips, but you'd be surprised how easily they are forgotten. #ASaferNaper

We're looking for a city dispatcher and a community service officer to join our NPD team. Check out the job listings and apply online at

PRESS RELEASE: Naperville Police Make Disorderly Conduct Arrest NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Naperville Police on Thursday, November 1, arrested a Naperville man on disorderly conduct charges after an investigation into an incident that occurred in the 1700 block of Killdeer Drive last month. Owen M. Calkins, 67, of the 1700 block of Killdeer Drive, is charged with two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct stemming from an October 25 incident in which he alarmed and disturbed two girls – one eight years old, one nine years old – by yelling at them to “shut up,” asking them to hug him and then placing his hands to his eyes, simulating binoculars, while relating he was “spying on” them. The Naperville Police Department is looking for anyone else who might have had similar contact with Calkins recently. Anyone having information on this or other incidents is encouraged to contact the Naperville Police Department’s Investigations Division at (630) 420-6726. For additional information: The Naperville Police wish to remind the public and the news media that a charge is merely an accusation, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

Please call Animal Control at (630) 420-6178 if you can help us find any of these pets' homes.

In light of recent crashes across the country, we cannot emphasize enough the importance of following the law when it comes to driving near school buses with activated stop arms. Thanks to Illinois State Police for putting together this post to educate motorists. "The driver is required to stop his or her vehicle before passing the school bus from either direction. An exception is when the driver is on a highway with four or more lanes with at least two lanes of traffic in either direction. If the driver is going in the opposite direction of the bus, they do not have to stop."

The holiday season is upon us ... No, really! Toy catalogs have hit mailboxes, and the countdown has begun. Stick with us for this month's #ASaferNaper tips to protect yourself and your valuables, whether you shop online or in-store! Get a head start at

"We ensure our garage doors are closed, all windows are locked, and the doors are locked. #ASaferNaper" This is the text of the lucky winning Tweet that was chosen at random to win this month's #ASaferNaper gift card contest. Learn how you can enter to win this month by visiting our A Safer Naper webpage.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month may be over, but we would like to reaffirm our commitment to ending this epidemic --- not just during a one-month awareness campaign but all year long. We recently updated our website to provide new domestic violence resources and additional information on the dynamics of domestic violence, safety planning, helping a loved one and more. Visit Additionally, we're proud to introduce you to Gianna Trombino - our new Victim Advocate. Gianna's job, which is a new position, is exclusively dedicated to serving victims of violent crimes such as domestic violence and sexual assault. She joins our Social Services team as one of three Masters level professionals who are able to assist our community and our officers. She can be reached at (630) 305-5488 or

Things are about to get a little hairy around NPD! This November, Chief Marshall is suspending our general order that addresses facial hair to allow officers to grow mustaches and beards to raise funds and awareness for men's health. Learn more about the Movember Fundraiser and NPD’s team here: [infographic credit: Movember Foundation]

Happy Halloween. Please celebrate safely.

Remember: Be Safe, Be Seen on Halloween!

Last chance to let McGruff know which of his crime prevention tips you’ve put into action this month! Tell us what tips you're using, use the hashtag #ASaferNaper and you'll be entered to win a $25 gift card. A winner will be chosen Nov. 1. Learn more at

UPDATE: Searches of both the main and freshmen Neuqua campuses have concluded. No weapons or explosives were found. Our investigation into the source of the threat continues. Anyone with information is asked to call 630-420-6666 and ask for the Investigations Division.

UPDATE: We are currently investigating a bomb threat toward Neuqua Valley High School that we received information on earlier today. A joint decision was made by the school district and the police department, with the safety of students and staff in mind, to evacuate the school to allow us to properly investigate. A search of the buildings is currently underway. We ask the community to please be patient as we work through the investigation into this threat. Thank you to our law enforcement partners – Kane County and DuPage County Sheriff’s Offices; U.S. Marshals Office; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and Illinois State Police – who provided K9s to search the buildings.

Today, Oct 30, we were made aware of a potential threat to Neuqua Valley High School. We are actively investigating the credibility of the threat. All Neuqua students and staff are currently safe. The district has decided to dismiss students early as we continue our investigation

Did you miss last weekend's DEA prescription drug take back day? Not to worry ... our secure drop box is available in our lobby (1350 Aurora Ave) year-round! Visit for more information.

Here is Animal Control's updated list of currently impounded animals. Please call 630-420-6178 if you know where any of them belong.

How "sweet"! Clow Elementary School Principal Katie Bennett and PTA President Diane Guskey stopped by the PD today to drop off this amazing service project their K-5 students made for our officers. Thanks, Cougars!

McGruff’s #ASaferNaper Crime Tip – Don’t meet just anywhere to complete transactions that started online. Use the police department’s front lobby or parking lot to make the exchange. If the other party doesn’t agree to meet here, they’re probably not someone you want to do business with!

Make sure you do your part to make Halloween a safe evening for all! We've got tips for parents, trick-or-treaters, motorists and more! Read the full release by clicking on the link below.

Visit to find out how this weekend's North Central College Homecoming Parade and Halloween Hop will impact traffic in/around Downtown.