Mount Olive Police Department

  • Agency: Mount Olive Police Department
  • Address: 215 E Main St, Mount Olive, 62069 IL
  • Chief: Ryan C Dugger (Chief of Police)
Phone: 217-999-6041
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Mount Olive Police Department is located at 215 E Main St, Mount Olive, 62069 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Ryan C Dugger. The Mount Olive Police Department phone number is 217-999-6041.

Mount Olive Police Department News

The Mt Olive Police Department will be accepting applications for both part time police officers and part time dispatchers. Previous experience and/or state certification is preferred, but not required. Please pick up and turn in applications to the Mt Olive City Clerk at City Hall

*********************Queen of Hearts Parking************************ There will be NO PARKING inside of JC Niemann park this spring. We ask the public to not block driveways, fire hydrants, or alleyways. We want everyone to enjoy themselves, but please assist us in keeping this a safe event.

We will be opening Niemann Park for additional parking. Access to parking will be from Lake Street. We want to thank the Mt Olive Street Dept along with the Mt Olive Fire Department for their help.

The individual who eluded custody last week, was arrested on Saturday November 4th by the Mt Olive Police Department. He is being charged with escape, residential burglary, resisting a peace officer and other charges. We continue to work with other departments in Macoupin and Montgomery counties to try and clear several other burglaries this individual is suspected of committing. We appreciate the help of the Macoupin County Sheriff Department, Staunton, Benld, and Gillespie Police Departments along with units from the Illinois State Police.

We want everyone to be aware of the Mt. Olive CUSD #5 PTA 5K this Saturday. We've attached a map of the route and we ask that drivers please keep an eye out for runners. There are a couple of events this weekend like the Mother Jones 5k and the Mt Olive Fall Festival. We hope everyone enjoys the great community events and remains safe.

**************** Turner Hall Parking *************** “No Parking” barricades have been erected near certain intersections around Turner Hall. This is to allow emergency vehicles access to the area. We hope everyone has a good time and enjoys themselves at an event that is greatly benefiting the community. But we need to make sure everyone is safe and has access to emergency responders. Do not park beside or move the barricades. Violators will be ticketed and/or towed.

Last night our newest officer was recognized for earning his certification as a police officer. This is a photo of Alderman Webb (Chairman of the Police Committee) presenting Officer Nick Schulte with his state certificate. Officer Schulte started out as a dispatcher. He attended the Southwestern Illinois College Police Academy where he earned the highest GPA in his class. He has completed his field training and we are very happy to have him working with us. Congratulations Nick!

Mt. Olive Police Department would like to display some pieces of history. If you have any old photos of police related events or incidents that took place in Mt.Olive, Old squad cars and Old PD. If you have anything that you would be willing to share, items can be dropped off at Mt. Olive PD or mailed to 215 East Main St. Mt. Olive, IL 62069 c/o Chief M.Spaller. All photos will be returned to the owners, Copies with permission will be made and displayed in the lobby of Police Department.

***New Ordinance*** Open burning of landscape waste may only take place on Fridays and Saturdays, from sunrise to sunset December 16 through October 14 and any day of the week from sunrise to sunset October 15 through December 15, all burning must be done with a person over the age of 18 supervising it the entire period of burning. This does not include firepits. If you have any questions about the burn ordinance please call city hall or the police station. Remember ONLY yard waste is to be burned, NO TRASH

We will be participating in the statewide siren test tomorrow at 10am. The tests will occur the first Tuesday of each month.

With the warmer weather, officers will be going through town notifying residents of ordinance violations. If these violations are not corrected, citations will be issued. We are asking the residents to help out by: 1. Removing any accumulation of junk or trash from public view 2. Removing any inoperative or unregistered vehicles from public view 3. Large swimming pools (both in ground and above ground) must have a four foot high barrier preventing small children from accessing the pool. 4. Please remove any items containing stagnant water that will breed mosquitos…. including pools that are no longer being used.

Repairs are being conducted on the tornado siren today. The siren may sound throughout the afternoon as it is being tested.

The railroad crossing at Poplar St. will be closed through Monday. Norfolk Southern needed to make emergency repairs to the crossing and they are being delayed by the weather.

City Compost site will be closed for the weekend.