Roselle Police Department

  • Agency: Roselle Police Department
  • Address: 103 S Prospect St, Roselle, 60172 IL
  • Chief: James R Kruger Jr (Chief of Police)
Phone: 630-980-2025
Fax: 630-980-9767

Roselle Police Department is located at 103 S Prospect St, Roselle, 60172 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is James R Kruger Jr. The Roselle Police Department phone number is 630-980-2025.

Roselle Police Department News

Take a look at the outstanding artwork that was created and sent to us by Jimmy Seehafer! This young man is a big fan and strong supporter of the Roselle Police Department. Thanks for the thoughtful gesture Jimmy. We really appreciate the picture and your backing.

Every Child Deserves a Little Christmas. Once again the Roselle Police Department, 103 S. Prospect St., is a collection point for the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program. The drop box can be located in the lobby for those who would like to donate a new, unwrapped toy. These toys will be distributed to less fortunate children at Christmas.

During the month of November Roselle Police Employees will help bring awareness to men’s health issues by joining the Movember Movement! You will soon see some of our officer’s out and about sporting facial hair. They are participating in a challenge to raise critical funds to help change the face of men’s health. On November 1st they will start out clean shaven and grow their facial hair for the month. They have created a Roselle Police team and are accepting donations on line at: The Movember Foundation has one goal: to stop men from dying too young. They are a global charity tackling men’s health issues year-round, the foundation supports the following causes: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and suicide prevention. If you would like to have some fun, you can join us with this important fundraising charity! Just click on the link above and make a donation, then send us a before and after picture of your facial photo to RosellePD@Roselle.IL.US. We will judge the pictures on their entertainment value (while being appropriate in the eyes of the Police Department) we may share some of them on our social media pages.

Halloween is very entertaining at RPD! We had Officer Jax and Prisoner Anita stop by to wish everyone here a Happy and Safe Halloween!

Our first trick or treaters of the day! One of them came in ready to help out the Patrol Division and wanted to ride along with Officer Hilger for the shift.

The end of breast cancer awareness month is coming up quickly! Hurry and purchase some of the Roselle Police Association pink merchandise before the end of the month. You can buy this merchandise at: Roselle Police Records Department (103 S. Prospect St.) Roselle Village Hall (31 S. Prospect St.) Little Red Ribbon Boutique (113 Main St.) All proceeds for this fundraiser will be presented to Alexian Brothers, Amita Health Cancer Institute.

On 10/29/18 CSO Neri came across a gentleman who needed a little help because the battery died on his wheelchair. She had a great time chatting with this kind person while she pushed him a half mile to get him to where he needed to go. Outsatnding job CSO Neri, we appreciate your hard work.

Suggested time for trick or treating in Roselle are from 4:00PM to 8:00PM

LOCK YOUR CARS! LOCK YOUR CARS! LOCK YOUR CARS! The Roselle Police are investigating cases of car burglaries. The offenders are known to check residential streets during the overnight and early morning hours for cars that are parked on the street or in driveways and left unlocked. They will steal the property left in plain view or if you leave your keys/fob in the car they will simply steal your car. Don’t give these criminals an opportunity to steal your property, lock your car!

Halloween is right around the corner and people are preparing for the big day! Roselle's trick or treat hours will be from 4:00PM to 8:00PM on October 31st. Please keep in mind there will be an increase of kids out and about enjoying the holiday. Motorists should pay extra close attention while driving. Watch for children wearing dark clothing at twilight or later in the evening and pedestrians walking on roadways, medians, or curbs. Use caution when entering alleys or driveways and discourage new, inexperience drivers from driving this evening. Let's have a safe and fun Halloween!

Thank you Central Auto Body for the fun Halloween snacks. We really appreciate you stopping by and bringing them in for us. They were a big hit!

Stepping Stones will be hosting a Parent Workshop about Dating Violence. Detective Mike Drugan of the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office will be discussing a variety of topics relating to abuse, the cycle of violence, dating myths, legalities, and assistance. This training is a great opportunity for parents to learn the signs of teen domestic violence.

The pigs are on the way out of the station! CSO Dowz will be dropping the pig banks off at businesses located in Roselle for the Roselle Police Association annual Stuff the Pig Fundraiser. The Roselle Police Association is a 501-C-6 and all funds will be donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. If you see a pig bank in one of Roselle's local businesses, please help with our fundraising in an effort to feed the hungry.

RPD Officers were so excited to hear about what Brian Shaver did for them that they went to his house and thanked him personally. Brian has made a big impression on us and we can't thank him enough.

Today we had a special visit from one of our favorite residents! Thanks for your support Brian...

Come join us at the Roselle Police Explorer Post #151 Open House! If you are between the age of 14 (graduated 8th grade) and 21 and are interested in a career in law enforcement, you might consider becoming an Explorer. This is a voluntary, educational program that helps youth gain insight into the different careers related to the field of law enforcement. This event will be held on October 8, 2018 at 6:30 PM at the Roselle Police Department. Parents are encouraged to attend. Contact Sgt. Fortuna at 630 671-4075 or email if you have any questions or plan on attending.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! The Roselle Police Association has many PINK items for sale if you would like to show your support for this very worthy cause. Our t-shirts, hats, mugs, magnets, coins, and patches are now for sale at the little red ribbon boutique, 113 Main St. Roselle. Thanks for your support Terry! These items are also for sale at the Police Department's front desk and Village Hall. 100% of the profits for this fundraiser will be donated to Alexian Brothers, AMITA Health Cancer Institute (IRC Sec 501(c)3).

The Roselle Police Department's 9-1-1 call center DU-COMM is accepting applications for full time entry level Telecommunicators. Application deadline is 3:00PM on October 10, 2018. Go to to register for the hiring process.

Car burglaries have been reported in the area! Be sure to lock your doors and remove your valuables when parking your car. We have been informed that car burglaries are occurring in the Roselle area. Most recently the burglaries involve items left in a parked car while the owner goes in to a fitness center. These car burglaries can be very quick. The thieves smash in the car window, grab the personal items, and are on their way in seconds. Don't give these criminals an opportunity to steal your property, make sure you remove your personal items from your vehicle.

Operation Lifesaver and Illinois Rail Safety Week starts on 09/23 and ends 09/29. The Roselle Police Department want to promote safety for both motorists and pedestrians around railroad tracks. Please make safety your priority when in an environment where railroad tracks and trains exist.

The 2018 Lake Park Homecoming Parade will be on Saturday, September 22 at 9:00 AM. This year, the parade route will travel through Roselle's Town Center and up Main St. to unite Lancers and the Roselle Community. We encourage all parade spectators to set-up along Main St. to view the parade. Spectators may park in any legally allowed parking spot throughout the downtown Roselle area. Main St., Prospect Ave., and Spring St. will be closed to vehicle traffic prior to the start of the parade for set up and safety. Vehicle traffic should use an alternate route. Come join us and celebrate with the Lancers!

Updated alert information. Due to severe weather across much of the East Coast and ongoing response efforts, the national emergency alert test has been postponed to the backup date of October 3, 2018. The times of the test will remain the same. The Wireless Emergency Alert System test will be at 1:18PM and the Emergency Alert System test will be at 1:20PM. For additional details go to