Mound City Police Department

  • Agency: Mound City Police Department
  • Address: 204 Main St, Mound City, 62963 IL
  • Chief: Lloyd A. Bosecker (Chief of Police)
Phone: 618-748-9112
Fax: 618-748-9112

Mound City Police Department is located at 204 Main St, Mound City, 62963 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Lloyd A. Bosecker. The Mound City Police Department phone number is 618-748-9112.

Mound City Police Department News

Summer is coming and that means HOT weather. The heat can often cause health issues or threats of illness & stroke, especially with the elderly. ******** We may be able to help with some cool air; Qualified person(s) must live within the City Limits of Mound City, Illinois. If you or someone you know, are in need of a window AC unit or possibly a FAN, please contact the Mound City Police Department, or any of our Officer's @: MCPD- (618)-748-9644 Or, you may speak to any Mound City Police Officer. You must provide the following info: (a) your full name; (b) the address of your residence; (c) a valid contact number; (d) name of the property owner; **{a & b must be confirmed by state issued identification AND recent mail} **{Local residency will be confirmed by Mound City Water Bill} We will do our best to help and we will make contact with you if assistance is available. Note: these items are being donated to the Mound City Police Department for FREE distribution, and they are intended, ONLY: (a) to those that could suffer severe, medical consequences from heat or heat related illness; (b) to those in need; and/or, (c) to residents of Mound City (checked by an active account / city water bill).

The Mound City Police Department will be offering FREE rides home tonight, to those that are staying inside the city limits of Mound City (NO outside city rides will be given). We will attempt to assist you, or help to arrange a ride to another town/location if you request. We remind everyone to please, be safe and smart. Don't drink & drive!! Pick-up from the Green Door Tavern will be available through closing time. Happy New Year!!!!

If there's still items left, we will be having another day next week, maybe 2 days...really want to make sure that everyone needing things, have a chance to get in.

FREE CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY'S TODAY!!! 9am-1pm @ Mound City, City Hall Adult Clothes / Kids Clothes / Toys & More The Mound City Police Department has collected items for donation throughout the year and now, were giving it ALL away for FREE!! We hope to make someone's Christmas a little brighter and soften the burden of expenses for gifts. Please come see us for FREE gifts. Most items are used, but in great condition. Limits may apply (so that we may help the highest number of people in our community).

On behalf of the Mound City Police Department; we offer our deepest sympathy, love, and prayers- to the Chester, Illinois Police Department and the entire family (Blood&Blue) of fallen HERO, Officer James Brockmeyer. May you Rest In Peace and guard the gates of Heaven brother. We have it from here.

Mound City will be doing town trick or treating on Monday, October 31st, 2016 at 5pm until 6:30pm. We can not wait to see all the kids having fun. Let's remember to make sure that all the children 12 and under are accompanied by an adult when out and about. Please have a safe Halloween Evening.

Meridian PTSO keep up the good work! We hope that our supplies help those that could use a helping hand. We are always thinking about the community and the well-being of the kids around us. Thank You Meridian PTSO, for your hard work and dedication to the future of our Kids !! #CommunityFirst #WorkTogether #MCPD #MoundCityPD

It's HaRvEsT Time and the trucks are everywhere in Mound City, Illinois. Be safe Driver's and please, please, please,.... Remember to "Tarp-Up" those trailers.

Back the Badge Jeep Ride 2016 We would like to thank all those who support us and all the first responders out there. Picture: Mound City Lt. Montgomery with Sheriff of Union County, Cobden PD, and Jonesboro PD.

Wow, what a good day to be fishing! Wonderful weather outside; hope everyone's enjoying the day like Jerald McElrath is.

Look at this cool find this morning! Wonderful keepsake or Good Luck charm to have around. Remember, always support your local Blue!`

A "must read"........... An Open Letter to Colin Kaepernick, Dear Colin guess you have been pretty busy these last few days. For the record I don’t think any more or less of you for not standing for the National Anthem. Honestly, I never thought that much about you, or any professional athlete for that matter, to begin with. I’ve read your statement a few times and want you to know I am one of the reasons you are protesting. You see I am a retired police officer that had the misfortune of having to shoot and kill a 19-year-old African American male. And just like you said, I was the recipient of about $3,000 a month while on leave which was a good thing because I had to support a wife and three children under 7-years-old for about 2 months with that money. Things were pretty tight because I couldn’t work part time. Every police officer I’ve ever known has worked part-time to help make ends meet. You know Colin the more I think about it the more we seem to have in common. I really pushed myself in rehab to get back on the street, kind of like you do to get back on the field. You probably have had a broken bone or two and some muscle strains and deep bruising that needed a lot of work. I just had to bounce back from a gunshot wound to the chest and thigh. Good thing we both get paid when we are too banged up to “play”, huh? We both also know what it’s like to get blindsided. You by a 280- pound defensive end, ouch! Me, by a couple of rounds fired from a gun about 2 feet away, into my chest and thigh. We also both make our living wearing uniforms, right? You have probably ruined a jersey or two on the field of play. I still have my blood stained shirt that my partner and paramedics literally ripped off my back that cold night in January. Fortunately, like you I was given a new one. Speaking of paramedics aren’t you glad the second we get hurt trainers and doctors are standing by waiting to rush onto the field to scoop us up. I’m thankful they get to you in seconds. It only took them about 10 minutes to get to me. By the grace of God, the artery in my thigh didn’t rupture or else 10 minutes would have been about 9 minutes too late. We also have both experienced the hate and disgust others have just because of those uniforms we wear. I sure am glad for your sake that the folks who wear my uniform are on hand to escort you and those folks that wear your uniform into stadiums in places like Seattle! I guess that’s where the similarities end Colin. You entertain for a living, I and almost 800,000 others across this country serve and protect. Are there some bad apples within my profession? Absolutely and they need to be identified and fired or arrested! But you know what, the vast majority do the right thing, the right way, for the right reason. Did I mention that seconds before I was shot, an elderly African American gentleman walking down the sidewalk, turned to my partner and I as we rode past and said, “Get them.” Get who you ask? The thugs terrorizing an otherwise good and decent neighborhood, home to dozens of good, decent African American families trying to raise those families in communities not protected by gates and security guards. No these folks and families depend on America’s Law Enforcement Officers. Colin I have buried 7 friends, killed in the line of duty and three others who have committed suicide. I have attended more funerals than I care to remember of neighboring departments who have lost officers in the line of duty, during my career. Law Enforcement Officers with different backgrounds, upbringings, and experiences united by their willingness to answer the call to protect and serve their fellow citizens. Colin I am sorry for the endorsement deals you may lose and the dip in jersey sales, but please know you will NEVER lose what these men and women and their families have lost. And so whether you stand or sit during the National Anthem or not means very little to me. As for me and the men and women on whose team I was privileged to serve, we will put on our ballistic vests, badge, and gun, kiss our loved one’s goodbye, for some tragically for the last time, and out into a shift of uncertainty we will go. We will continue to protect and continue to serve and we will be standing at attention Colin, not just for the playing of our National Anthem, but far more importantly for the playing of Taps. V/R Chris Amos

Family fun if you can make the trip. September 4th, first responder day!

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Mound City kids are the best. We love to see these faces around town after school. Learning something new everyday out there... This day's lesson for Officer Sperling and Lt. Bigham - "hot chips". Apparently, rumor has it, they are delicious. #kidsareawesome #communitypolicing #backtheblue #backthebadge #MCPD