Brighton Police Department

  • Agency: Brighton Police Department
  • Address: 206 South Main Street, Brighton, 62012 IL
  • Chief: Sgt William R Norris (Acting Chief of Police)
Phone: 618-372-4207
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Brighton Police Department is located at 206 South Main Street, Brighton, 62012 IL. The Acting Chief of Police of the department is Sgt William R Norris. The Brighton Police Department phone number is 618-372-4207.

Brighton Police Department News

Volunteer Coaches Sgt. Mitch Reynolds of Jerseyville Police Dept. and Officer Ryan Bennett of Brighton PD meet before playing for braggin' rights the last game of the girls soccer season. Each team took home a win this year! Great Job Coaches!! #MM4PD

Brighton area Pastors received survival lanterns from the Brighton Police Department as a follow up to a disaster preparedness forum hosted earlier this year. Lantern donations were made possible through MM4PD funding.

It is Harvest Time! Please be extremely cautious when driving.

The Brighton Police Department used some of the funds received from Mustache March 4PD on a back-to-school kickoff for Brighton North students. Anti-bullying packs with school supplies were handed out. Hot dogs, chips and drinks were also provided.

Officer Ryan Bennett kickin it with STRYKERS soccer team!

Chief Mark Fitzgerald, Public Safety Member Steve Bozarth, and Officer Ryan Bennett accepted a portion of the funds raised through this year's Mustache March 4PD campaign. The fund raiser took place in March and the funds were distributed last month. This is the second year receiving funds, but the first year Brighton Police Department participated in the growing event. Brighton's participation was made possible by generous donations received from area businesses as well as individual donations. Chief Fitzgerald indicated most of the funds received will be used for community outreach programs. Chief Fitzgerald would like to thank all who donated to the 2018 MM4PD campaign. A special thank you goes out to Steve Bozarth who represented BPD at all the meetings and collected the majority of our sponsorship's! THANK YOU!!

Officer Ryan Bennett received recognition from Chief Fitzgerald at Monday night's Public Safety Meeting. Ryan is one of the area's top DUI Enforcement Officers.

Officer Ford enjoying a snow cone and some time with busy little bees!

Macoupin County Coroner, Brad Targhetta and the Brighton Police Department are pleased to bring a Medical Collection Program to the area. The Coroner's Office has acquired a "Medical Collection" container and with the cooperation of the Brighton Police Department and the Village of Brighton, this container has been placed within the Municipal Building. It is available to anyone wishing to discard unwanted medications. The collection box is available during normal business hours of the Municipal Building. NOTE: No needles or syringes my be deposited.

Fred Bird & Al Hrabosky visited Brighton North today!

MustacheMarch4PD: Friday, March 23, 2018 @ Bluff City Grill

Chief Fitzgerald hands this lucky driver a Casey's gift card rather than a citation! Brighton Officers are randomly passing out the cards which were provided by the MUSTACHE MARCH 4PD.

Steve Schwegel of the Mustache March campaign provided Brighton Police Officers with gift cards to distribute throughout the community. Brighton Officers will be participating in the Mustache March 4PD this year. For details on how you can support this event, please see the attached flyer, visit MustacheMarch4PD.com, or see Chief Fitzgerald or Robin at the Police Department. Pictured below: Steve Schwegel, Steve Bozarth, Ptl. Rod Bachman, Ptl. Dustin Ford, Ptl. Ryan Bennett, Chief Mark Fitzgerald, and Ptl. Colin McBride.

The Brighton Police Department wishes you a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

North Main Street in front of Leann's Flower shop and the Library will be closed for approximately 2 hours this morning.

Brighton Police Department has child safe gun locks for anyone who would like one. Please contact Robin at the PD.

Just another reminder, DO NOT TEXT AND DRIVE. One of our officers spoke with the person involved in this crash today and she wanted to remind everyone to put the phone down and focus on driving. She will be appearing on News Channel 4 on Monday, April 24th to remind everyone what the outcome could be of texting and driving.

If anyone knows any of the three individuals pictured below, please contact the Brighton Police Department as soon as possible. Thank you for your help.

We would like to extend a big THANK YOU to Construction Trades - Gillespie High School for this Amazing handmade wooden thin blue line flag! It is extremely well made and looks Awesome!

Please be proactive to avoid becoming a victim!

#MoveOver