Antioch Police Department

  • Agency: Antioch Police Department
  • Address: 433 Orchard St, Antioch, 60002 IL
  • Chief: Charles Miller (Chief of Police)
Phone: 847-395-8585

Antioch Police Department is located at 433 Orchard St, Antioch, 60002 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Charles Miller. The Antioch Police Department phone number is 847-395-8585.

Antioch Police Department News

Will you vote for me? The Antioch Police Department K9 Unit has been nominated for the 2018 Aftermath K9 Grant awarded by Aftermath Services LLC! Visit and vote once every 12 hours. The Aftermath K9 Grant was founded to showcase, support, and reward the unique work of K9 Units across the country and APD are grateful for this opportunity!

Owner has been located. Thank you for the shares! 💙🐶 Help us locate the owners 🐶💙 Found male dog ( no microchipo or tags) on Heather Court in Tiffany Farms subdivision in Antioch. Please contact dispatch 847-270-9111

Time for your evening reminder! The #AftermathK9Grant Competition is going on right now so don't forget to visit and vote at Help your favorite K9 team become this year's top dogs. Voting ends 11/5 and winners will be announced 11/7, so cast your votes today and every day. Share our posts

Vote for K9 Hank and show your APD support! The Antioch Police Department is participating in the 2018 Aftermath K-9 Grant Contest - and we need your support to earn the grant. Proceeds from the grant will be used for existing K9 units or towards establishing a new K9 team. Contest rules: Vote once a day through Nov. 5 at

Have you voted for your favorite K9 team?? We need your votes! The Antioch Police Department is participating in the 2018 Aftermath K-9 Grant Contest - and we need your support to earn the grant. Proceeds from the grant will be used for existing K9 units or towards establishing a new K9 team. Contest rules: Vote once a day through Nov. 5 at

K9 Hank and Officer McCameron would love your support. The Antioch Police Department is participating in the 2018 Aftermath K-9 Grant Contest - and we need your support to earn the grant. Proceeds from the grant will be used for existing K9 units or towards establishing a new K9 team. Contest rules: Vote once a day through Nov. 5 at You can also vote via Instagram by following "AftermathK9Grant," like Aftermath’s daily K9 post and put a comment in for Antioch Police Department.

Aftermath Cares has taken down voting on their website and will resume voting on Monday, October 22nd. We look forward to your votes and you can still vote on Instagram #AftermathK9Grant

** Update** Aftermath Cares been experiencing technical difficulties with their servers. They are replacing the cores in the servers to keep up with the increased volume. Please keep trying or use Instagram #AftermathK9Grant to vote! 🚨💙🐾Just a reminder🐾💙🚨 VOTING for the 2018 Aftermath K9 Grant starts at 12:01 a.m. Please help Officer MCCameron and K9 Hank win this grant to help enhance our team! We were so close last year! Voting rules are as follows: you can vote once every 12 hours through the website and once a day on Instagram! Voting is held from October 18 through November 2! 💙🐾💙🐾💙

The Antioch Police Department expresses our deepest condolences for the family of Trooper Kevin Conner and all of the NC State Highway Patrol.

** UPDATE Owner has been located** Found dog in the area of Midnight/Meadow view in Antioch,IL. No microchip or collar. Please contact non emergency (847) 270-9111

ATTENTION: Storm Sewer Repair on Anita Avenue begining October 22, 2018 Be advised that Public Works will be repairing storm sewers on Anita Avenue near the south parking lot for Centennial Park. Anita Avenue will be closed during the repair. Weather permitting the repair should not take the entire week. Please see map below and contact Public Works with any questions 847-395-1881

Want to join our team? We’re hiring! Join the Antioch Police Department as a Community Service Officer (CSO). This is a part time, non-sworn (civilian) position. CSOs provide a supporting role to all areas of the Police Department to include Patrol, Traffic, Administration and Crime Prevention. To apply please visit oUr website

We are nominated for the 2018 Aftermath K9 Grant! The way this works is very easy; whatever agency has the most votes, wins! Voting will begin October 18th, concludes on November 2nd, with the winner announced on November 5th. You may vote once every 12 hours online and once on Instagram (@AftermathK9Grant). If we win, the grant money will be put towards our current K9 program. Show your support for K9 Hank and Officer McCameron by spreading the word of this awesome opportunity! Stay tuned for more voting instructions as we get closer to October 18th! For more information on the Aftermath K9 Grant, check out their website

Our thoughts are with Florence Police Department and the Florence County Sheriffs Office in South Carolina. Please keep the departments, officers, family and community in your prayers.

Reminder National Test at 1:18 p.m

The Antioch Police Department would like to notify our community of recent scam alerts. There are several types of scams out there, one of which is called the “Grandparents Scam”. The call was from someone claiming to be a family member (a grandchild) and said they were in jail. They needed cash quick so they can be bailed out. If you receive a call or email like this odds are it is a scammer trying to steal your money. Also, residents need to be aware of builders scams. Any builder who requires you to place a large down payment down on any work to be done, is likely a scam artist. Most reputable builders will have the start up equity to begin almost all jobs. So what can you do to protect yourself from this and other scams? You can start by never giving anyone your personal identifying information, including name, date of birth, social security number, bank account, credit card info, etc.… Also, don’t ever wire/give money to anyone without knowing for sure who you are dealing with. The scammers are very convincing and will make you believe you are dealing with a family member. Ask the caller questions that only that family member would know. Make calls to other family members or your local police to help if you receive a call or email of this type. Scams are very common and thousands of dollars are lost to these thieves. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it isn't. Please share with family and friends.

Press Release Date: October 1, 2018 Issued by: Geoff Guttschow, Deputy Chief of Police Antioch, IL- On Sunday afternoon Antioch Police arrested Antioch resident Brandon J. Perez, at his residence, following an incident that took place at the Antioch Wal-Mart around 630pm Saturday evening. Shortly after 630pm on Saturday evening, Antioch Police responded to Wal-Mart for a report of a battery that was sexual in nature. The victim, a 34 year old female, reported she was shopping with her two young children when a man approached her in the Halloween section of the store, where he made comments about her appearance. A short time later, the man approached her from behind where he grabbed her genital region over her clothing while making making sexually suggestive statements towards her. The victim slapped the man’s arm and screamed with him walking away from her. The victim was able to capture photographs of the man with her cellphone before he was able to exit the store. Within twelve hours of the incident, police received a tip from an area resident who recognized the photograph of the man on social media. The man was subsequently identified as Brandon Perez, who was taken into custody around 1:00pm Sunday. Perez was subsequently charged with one count of Battery, a Class A Misdemeanor, which is punishable by up to one year in jail and a $2,500 fine. Perez was later released on bond pending an October 15th court appearance. This case exemplifies the Mission of the Antioch Police Department, which is to provide exceptional progressive service and protection in partnership with our community. This case was brought to the swift conclusion of an arrest because one of our citizens took an interest in helping make their community safer. Brandon J. Perez (age 21) 40000 Block of Route 83, Antioch Those charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

The Antioch Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Testing is being conducted to fill full-time Police Officer positions and to establish an eligibility list for future available positions. Applications are available at until October 15, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. CST. The written exam is Saturday, October 27th, 2018.

** Update Owners Have Been Located ** 🐾Help us find his owners 🐾 Found male terrier on Depot Street/Longview Dr. in Antioch. Please contact dispatch (847)270-9111 Lost Dogs Illinois Illinois - Lost Dogs, Cats & Pets

PRESS RELEASE Arrest made stemming from 4th of July Discharge of a Firearm Released on: August 15, 2018 Contact: Geoff Guttschow, Deputy Chief of Police Antioch, IL- On Friday, August 10th, 24 year old Bradley E. Gundlach (100 block of Depot Street, Antioch) was taken into custody on a warrant obtained by the Antioch Police Department, for recklessly discharging a firearm the evening of the 4th of July. On 07/04/18, around 10:30pm Antioch Police responded to a residence in the 800 block of Anita Avenue for the report of several shots being discharged from a firearm. It was reported to officers that the caller and a friend confronted his neighbors about carelessly setting off fireworks in the area. This interaction led to a heated argument, where it is alleged Gundlach retrieved a firearm from the residence and discharged it into the air several times in an attempt to intimidate the caller and his friend. Following a lengthy investigation into the matter, Antioch Police Detectives obtained a $250,000 arrest warrant for Gundlach on 08/06/18 for Reckless Discharge of a Firearm, a Class 4 Felony. Gundlach turned himself in at the Lake County Jail on 08/10/18, where he later posted bond and was released pending his next court appearance on 08/30/18. “This case was a very complex and challenging case to put together in order to bring charges against the responsible individual. It was because of the hard work, dedication and attention to details by the responding Officers the night of the incident, that Detectives were able to bring this case to the successful resolution of an arrest.” – Deputy Chief Guttschow Everyone charged with a criminal offense shall be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law