Troy Police Department

  • Agency: Troy Police Department
  • Address: 116 E Market St, Troy, 62294 IL
  • Chief: Robert A Rizzi Jr (Chief of Police)
Phone: 618-667-6731
Fax: 618-667-6493
Email:

Troy Police Department is located at 116 E Market St, Troy, 62294 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert A Rizzi Jr. The Troy Police Department phone number is 618-667-6731.

Troy Police Department News

Thanks to this great community, we were able to bring another truckload of food to our local food pantry. We appreciate your support and plan to continue collecting food and supplies through the holiday season. 🦃☃️🎄

A boil order has been issued, due to a water main break, for the following streets: Wickliffe St. Sarah St. Wynona St. Fairview St. When water service is returned, it is recommended to remove the aerators on your faucets and flush your faucets to remove any potential sediment. Customers in the affected area should boil water for at least five minutes before using for drinking or cooking. The boil order will remain in effect until further notice, until laboratory sampling confirms that water quality has been fully restored. Please call for questions or concens: 618-667-9924 ext. 2

Tonight we completed our first citizen ALICE Training Institute class. This group was able to experience training to make them prepared not scared. Keep an eye out for future training dates so you can be prepared as well!!!

We would like to thank everyone who registered for the upcoming ALICE training! Just a reminder that the training is Monday, November 5th from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Bethel Baptist Church. Please wear jeans or sweatpants, a long sleeve shirt or jacket and comfortable shoes for the training scenarios. We look forward to training with you! If you have any questions please contact Sergeant Meier at rmeier@troypolice.us

We still have open seats for these training sessions. Contact Det. Tony Luther today for more information (tluther@troypolice.us). Come join us!

We'll be handing out candy at Troy Methodist Church tonight from 6 to 8 PM. Our cars will be visible throughout the neighborhoods from 6 to 9 PM. Make sure you say Trick-or-Treat to them! Hoping everyone has a fun packed evening. Happy Halloween and BE SAFE!🎃👻

Sgt. Wasser visited Marine Elementary today where he discussed school safety, bullying, and internet safety with the first and third grades. What a great audience! Thanks for sharing part of your day with us!

Trick-or-Treat times for the City of Troy is 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, October 31st, 2018, rain or shine! Hoping everyone has a safe and spooktackular holiday!👻🎃🚔💀

We had another great day of ALICE training with our teachers today! www.alicetraining.com

We're looking forward to our Neighborhood Watch meeting this evening! We'll see you at 6:00 PM!

We would like to thank everyone who has joined our neighborhood watch program. As a reminder we will have a meeting on Wednesday, October 24th @ 6:00 pm. If you are interested in joining the neighborhood watch program but have not signed up yet please contact Sergeant Ryan Meier at rmeier@troypolice.us Thank you and we'll see you Wednesday!

We are preparing for the influx of business check fraud cases that generally increase over the holiday season. TPD is offering training sessions for business owners, managers, employees, or residents who would like this Crime Awareness Training for identifying and preventing check fraud. Contact Det. Tony Luther at tluther@troypolice.us for registration on the following dates: November 5th, 2018 at 9:00 AM November 5th, 2018 at 7:00 PM November 6th, 2018 at 11:00 AM

This male was located in the 1400 block of Dale Drive. For more information contact TPD at 618-667-6731.

It is amazing to see SRO Raymond representing Troy PD at the LETR World Conference! SRO Raymond has been a huge advocate for the Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics and now manages the world @letrforso twitter page. Lets wish him luck as he presents at the world conference in a three weeks!!

We hope everyone has a fun and safe homecoming tonight. Enjoy the red carpet treatment at Knights, Camera, Action!

** 10/12 12:15 HRS - OWNER FOUND! ** ___________________________________ Found on Creekside with minor injuries from a car strike. Contact CSO Lawson for further information (667-6731).

Detective Tony Luther has been a part of this for a few years. Honored to be involved!

Congratulations to Mark Peters for winning the gun raffle! Thank you to everyone who has supported the Paparigopoulos family.

Small, long haired tortie found on Wren Hill. Call Madison County Animal Control for more information, 618/692-1700.

We’re ready! Registration for A.L.I.C.E. active shooter training for individuals, friends and family is now open! ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) is a research based proactive plan to an active shooter / killer situation. ALICE in-powers those who find themselves directly engaged in a active shooter situation with proactive options which can be utilized to greatly increase your chance of survival. The class will begin with a powerful Power Point presentation which dives into the real world of active killers. You will see first hand what active killers look for and how they are able to kill so many so fast. You will also see and hear from survivors of the Sandy Hook tragedy and what they and their students experienced during the shooting. You will also learn what ALICE is all about, how it works and how it will guarantee your chance of survival! Immediately following the presentation you will get incredible hands on training as we take you through live active shooter training scenarios. During the scenarios you will feel what is like to go through an active shooter situation. You will experience live gun fire (using blank rounds) and one or more active shooters in each scenario. You will be trained by our instructors during each scenario how to use ALICE and see first hand how you can greatly increase your chance of surviving. This FREE class will be limited to 30 participates, and is restricted to those who are 18 years of age or older so register early! To register: please e-mail Sergeant Ryan Meier at rmeier@troypolice.us Please give your name and that you will be attending. Class Location: Bethel Baptist Church 7775 Collinsville Road, Troy IL Class Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Class Date: Monday, November 5th 2018 Thank you, and we look forward to training with you!

UPDATE: Owner Located thank for your help! Male beagle mix found in the Tri-Township Park District. Please contact Troy Police Dispatch at 618-667-6731 if you are the owner.

Update on individual ALICE training - Thank you to all who have responded to our previous post about gaging interest in individual ALICE Training! With the overwhelming interest Sergeant Meier is now working on securing a training location and date. Once we have the training location and date secured, we will provide you with the class details and open registration. The class will be capped at 30 people so be sure to register early once it opens! Thank you again and we look forward to training with you!

On behalf of the Troy Police Department, we want to thank everyone who participated in the Troy Truck Convoy. Not only did we raise over $30,000, but we brought awareness and attention to the athletes and their abilities. Watching over 55 semi-truck convoy down the interstate really brought some attention. A special thank you to CIT Trucks and Cummins Inc for sponsoring the event. A congratulations to William F. Braun Milk Hauling Inc for winning the lead truck for the third year with a very impressive bid. We look forward to the 2019 Troy Truck Convoy!!!!