Lake Zurich Police Department

  • Agency: Lake Zurich Police Department
  • Address: 200 Mohawk Trail, Lake Zurich, 60047 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: 847-719-1690
Fax: 847-438-5966

Lake Zurich Police Department is located at 200 Mohawk Trail, Lake Zurich, 60047 IL. The Lake Zurich Police Department phone number is 847-719-1690.

Lake Zurich Police Department News

Wear your bike helmet and get a reward. Contact Officer Pat Stone for more information. 847-438-2349

We are so close. 30 mins left. We need 450 to reach our goal. Please donate to Special Olympics

LZPD on top at DD. Please stop in and make a donation

Thank you for all your generous donations. Over 3,100 raised for Special Olympics so far.

Cop on Top at Dunkin Donuts. Come visit us

Press Release The Lake Zurich Police Department received a grant to conduct a Roadside Safety Check from the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT). This is in conjunction with the Memorial Day Campaign, which operates from May 9 – 26, 2014. This program will utilize the strategies of Education, Enforcement and Engineering to encourage voluntary compliance. The Lake Zurich Police Department will be conducting a RSC in the area of Route 12 and Deerpath road on Saturday, May 17, 2014 between the hours of 11:00 PM and 4:00 AM. If this is cancelled due to inclement weather, the make up date will be Saturday, May 24, 2014 between the hours of 11:00 PM and 4:00 AM. The focus will be on enforcing violations with Occupant Restraints, State Licensing Requirements and Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and/or Alcohol. If you have any questions regarding the RSC please contact Commander D. Bradstreet at (847) 719-1690 ext. 6133.

The Lake Zurich Police Department will be transitioning over to this page and continue to bring you updates not only from the Police Department, but also the Village of Lake Zurich and the Lake Zurich Fire Department. Follow this new page and share with your friends and family!

We will be switching over twitter to @LakeZurichGov make sure to follow us there. Pass it along.

Thank you all for helping us get to 500 likes! Spread the word and follow us on twitter for updated information @LZPolice

The Lake Zurich Police Department has been receiving several reports of car burglaries. Please keep your doors locked and remove all valuables from vehicles to keep them safe. Report any suspicious activity to our 911 Center at (847)438-2349 or dial 911.

Today is National Crossing Guard Day. Thank you to all who keep our children safe!

Good luck athletes at today's Special Olympics @SO_Illinois at #lakezurichhighschool Come join us until 3 p.m.

May is Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Month. Be safe and alert #lakezurich #motorcycles #MotorcycleAwarenessMonth

Found Dog in the area of Pheasant Ridge & Foxmoor. Male Labradoodle mix. Very friendly. Call dispatch at 847-438-2349 to reunite him with his owners. **** Yankee has been reunited with his owners, thank you all for your help.

National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week is April 13-19, 2014. Let's thank them for their service and a job well done.

National Prescription Take-Back Day is April 26, 2014 from 10AM to 2PM. LZPD is a collection site to dispose of them properly.

Have your friends and family follow us. The Lake Zurich Police Department Facebook page and twitter (@LZPolice), will keep you updated with emergency road closings, found pet information, and other important information.

Welcome Chief Steve Husak to the Lake Zurich Police Department. He came to LZ after serving 25 years at the Buffalo Grove Police Department.

Lake Zurich Police are now on Twitter. Follow us at: @LZPolice

Come join us at the Westfield Hawthorn Mall on Saturday and Sunday Sept. 10th and 11th for 7th annual Lake County Law Enforcement Exhibition.

Lake Zurich Police Department will be conducting a Roadside Safety Check this evening, Friday, September 2nd, between the hours of 10pm and 2am. The safety check will be in the area of Routes 12 and 22.

School is back in session! Be aware of cell phone use prohibition in school zones.

Officer Frost performs field sobriety testing on a LZHS student portraying an intoxicated driver during the Pre-Prom presentation for juniors and seniors.