Paris Police Department

  • Agency: Paris Police Department
  • Address: 211 W Washington St, Paris, 61944 IL
  • Chief: Jamey Littleton (Chief of Police)
Phone: 217-465-6351
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Paris Police Department is located at 211 W Washington St, Paris, 61944 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Jamey Littleton. The Paris Police Department phone number is 217-465-6351.

Paris Police Department News

The City of Paris Police Department is accepting applications for a dispatcher. Responsibilities include dispatching emergency personnel, answering incoming emergency and business calls, monitoring radio channels, entering and maintaining department records and logs. The successful candidate must possess the ability to exercise sound judgment, remain calm under extreme pressure, the ability to make decisions without direct supervision, excellent verbal/written communication skills, the ability to organize work, set priorities, and handle multiple interruptions while conducting multiple tasks. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and data entry a plus. Shifts include nights, week-ends, and holidays. Applications available at City Hall located at 206 S. Central Avenue, or at the Police Department at 211 W. Washington St.

The Holiday Season is fast approaching and with it, the annual Paris Police Association's "Shop With A Cop" Fund raising drive has begun! Last year the generosity of the people of Edgar County enabled us to help approximately 350 children. This year we expect to see that number increase by as many as 50 more children. We buy the children warm winter clothing and spend 125.00 per child and 100.00 per infant. It is our hope that if you have contributed in the past and wish to give again this year, that you please do so. We ask that those who would like to make a donation to drop it off or mail it to: Paris Police Department 211 W. Washington St. Paris, IL 61944. Check may be made out to Paris Police Association c/o Shop with a Cop.

Congratulations to Officer Phillip Kohlenberg who has been promoted to Sergeant!

Chief Henness would like to remind everyone of the dangers of texting and driving! #itcanwait

Paris Police Department has just been advised of the The 2nd Annual Gold Star 500 coming through town. These bicyclists ride to honor the legacy of each Illinois fallen service member. The ride will end today's route in Paris between 3:10 pm and 4:25 pm. Those who would like to show their support should gather on the East side of the square. Paris Police Department will keep everyone updated on the route progress as they move closer to town. *********UPDATE****************** The group will be in Paris at 4:20 pm.

Shop with a cop car show

Thanks to Bradley and Amanda Totten for organizing the 2nd annual Shop With A Cop car show. And thanks to everyone else who helped. The show raised $1902. Pictures of the show will be posted in the upcoming days.

Shop with a cop car show today at H&B's Sports Bar and Grill located on west Jasper street in Paris. Come out and enjoy some great cars for a great cause. Registration is from 11-1 and awards given at 3. We hope to see you there!

Special thanks to everyone who participated, volunteered and made a donation for Paris Police Associations 2018 Cops and Bobbers event! We are looking forward to next year!!

Congratulations and welcome aboard to the newest member of our team, Officer Toby Krabel!

Paris Police Department discovered that two skimmers have been used at the Circle K gas station located at Jasper & Main Streets. These skimmers take credit/debit card information and also take the pin # that was inputted into the machine. This is a major concern as most skimmers are located outside of the pump. These were located inside the gas pump. We currently have a detective and a retired State Fire Marshall at the scene to secure evidence. Whenever you use a gas pump, shake the card receptor prior to using. Some skimmers are magnetically connected to the outside of the receptor. Check to see if there is security tape along the perimeter of the pump door, and keep tabs on your accounts. There is a free app called skimmer scanner. It uses Bluetooth as you wave it around the card receptor to see if your card is being scanned. It is not guaranteed to work 100% of the time, but it is better than no protection. Again, keep vigilant with your accounts and notify your bank immediately if you suspect and ID theft. Chief Henness

Paris Police Department would like to thank these three young ladies who sold lemonade and homemade cookies for donations to shop with a cop! The girls hard work brought $75.00 to be put to great use in our community through shop with a cop! Way to go girls!!

SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THIS YOUNG MAN WHO SAVED HIS PENNIES TO DONATE TO SHOP WITH A COP

Sergeant Sollars Retirement

Paris Police in conjunction with area first responders and ESDA will be conducting it's annual training on May 10th from 10:00am to 11:30am. The training location has been changed to take place at the Hartley/Taylor training facility. As a reminder this is just an annual drill. Please stay clear of the area while the drill is being conducted. Thanks.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Terre Haute Police Department and to the family of the officer killed in the line of duty today.