Huntley Police Department

  • Agency: Huntley Police Department
  • Address: 10911 Main Street, Huntley, 60142 IL
  • Chief: John Perkins (Chief of Police)
Phone: 847-515-5311
Fax: 847-515-5370

Huntley Police Department is located at 10911 Main Street, Huntley, 60142 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is John Perkins. The Huntley Police Department phone number is 847-515-5311.

Huntley Police Department News

Vehicle burglary suspects apprehended. Please be aware of your surroundings and valuables left in vehicles.

Our kids are our greatest treasure. Please help keep them safe by slowing down and minimizing distractions in the car. Always follow the traffic laws around school buses that are loading and unloading.

Remember to change your clocks and your smoke alarm batteries this weekend #FallBack

November is National Family Caregivers Month. Providing care to a loved one is very important and very challenging. Sergeant Hooten discusses some resources available through the Huntley Police Department in this edition of Huntley Safety 1st. Additional information on these programs can be found at

Officer Racila stopped by Trick or Treat on the Square this morning to hand out some candy...and found some future law enforcement officers.

Some safety reminders before the trick or treaters hit the streets tomorrow. Trick or Treat on The Square is from 10 am - 3 pm. Halloween Trick or Treat recommended hours in the neighborhoods are 4 - 8 pm. Let's have a fun and safe Halloween! 🎃👻🤡🦇

UPDATE: She has been reunited with her mom. Thanks for sharing! Another lost dog has been turned in. This girl was found in the 11000 block of Connor Lane. She has no collar or tags. If you know the owner, please have them contact us at 847-515-5311.

UPDATE - The owner was not located so we had to turn him over to McHenry County Animal Control. If this is your dog, please contact them at 815-459-6222. #LostDog Sorry for the blurry photo, but this guy is too excited to sit still for his picture. This boy was found running around the Northwestern Medicine Hospital parking lot this morning. He has a red collar but no tags. If you know the owner, please have them contact us at 847-515-5311.

UPDATE: The dog has been reunited with his family. Thanks to everyone who helped get the word out! A concerned citizen brought this lost doggy into the station this morning. The male dog was found near Miller and Haligus. If he is yours, please contact us at 847-515-5311.

Registration is open for the Trick or Treat Trot 5K. It’s a beautiful sunny morning- join us for a fun run or stroll around the Square to benefit IL Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.

UPDATED - The Illinois State Police have canceled the Amber Alert. The missing girl has been located #AmberAlert

We are seeking qualified applicants for full-time lateral transfer police officer positions. The deadline to apply is November 2, 2018. Candidates for lateral transfer must possess a State of Illinois Law Enforcement Certification from the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board as a law enforcement officer. (Part-time certification as a law enforcement officer does not meet this requirement.) To access the application and learn more about hiring process, please see the link below.

Remember to sign up for the Trick or Treat Trot 5k by October 15 to get your treat bag and official t-shirt! Help us raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Illinois with this Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics event. See the link below for online or paper registration.

UPDATE. Owner has been found. Thank you so much. Dog was located on Allegheny Pass in Huntley tonight (10/9/2018). Contact us at 847-515-5311.

We’ve added a little color to our uniforms this month. During October, officers are wearing pink badges in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Thanks to all who joined us for National Coffee with a Cop Day, and especially our hosts McDonald's. It’s always great to spend time connecting with our community members.

You may have noticed that our usual first Tuesday of the month tornado siren test was not audible this morning. A power outage at the Village Hall disrupted the test. The manufacturer has checked the system and the sirens are functioning properly. We will continue performing silent tests of the siren and work with the manufacturer to ensure the operability of the sirens.

See below for information about tomorrow's test of the Wireless Emergency Alert system. For more information about the test please visit:

October is #NationalCrimePreventionMonth. Officer Ingallinera offers some tips for residents to protect themselves in this edition of #HuntleySafety1st

A message from Village of Huntley, Illinois: Weather forecasters are predicting the potential for thunderstorms across our area starting Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning. Recovery clean-up efforts are continuing this week from the storm event on Tuesday, September 25. While tremendous progress has been made, we still have more work to do. Some of the curb inlets in the Village remain covered with leaves blown or carried there by the storm and the subsequent clean up efforts. Street sweepers have been deployed throughout the clean up to address this ongoing issue. Residents can assist by cleaning off the tops of curb inlets in the street near your homes if possible. This will allow for better drainage and potentially avoid localized flooding. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.