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East Moline Police Department is located at 915 16th Ave., East Moline, 61244 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Victor Moreno. The East Moline Police Department phone number is 309-752-1555.
The East Moline Police Department has several active and retired officers who are veterans. We salute you along with all of our military veterans nationwide. Thank you.
“UPDATE” The road is now open.
“WARNING” Gas line break at 7th St/ 12th Ave. 12th Avenue from 3rd St to 7th St is closed. Please use an alternate route.
A new shipment has arrived ! Come down to EMPD and grab one !
The East Moline Police Department participated in the DEA Prescription Drug Takeback initiative this past Saturday. We collected 100 lbs of unwanted drugs with an estimated illegal street value of $26,813. By turning them in together we kept unwanted drugs off the streets and possibly saving lives. Thank you East Moline residents.
No Shave November has begun ! 12 police departments in the Quad Cities area will participate in the Battle of the Beards to help fight cancer. Officers will donate money to be allowed to grow beards this November in order to raise money for Tudis Tribe and Gildas Club. This year's goal is to raise $25,000. Let the beard growing commence!
We hope everyone had a happy All Hallows Eve. We enjoyed seeing all the great costumes which were promptly rewarded with delicious Snickers bars.
This picture says it all: “EMPD=Halloween candy LEGENDS !“ Per tradition, EMPD will once again be handing out full size Snickers from our squads during Trick or Treating hours. If you see a police officer slowly rolling through the neighborhood, go up to the squad to snag a treat. Happy Halloween 🎃!
Blackhawk Electric and Vital Signs made us this cool laser engraved pumpkin; yes it is a real 🎃. We hope everyone has a happy and safe Halloween. Remember to wear bright costumes or lighting accessories so you can be seen by traffic, maybe even as bright as our lighted pumpkin.
Don't forget to bring in your unwanted prescription pills today from 10am-2pm.
Ofc. Yuska hanging out downtown for Fright Night! Those are some cool Halloween costumes !
Chief John Reynolds announced today that 12 police departments in the Quad Cities area will participate in the Battle of the Beards to help fight cancer. Officers will donate money to be allowed to grow beards this November in order to raise money for Tudis Tribe and Gildas Club. This year's goal is to raise $25,000. The public can participate by buying a tshirt at https://noshavenovemberpublic18.itemorder.com/sale
MESSAGE MONDAY! A new initiative brought to you by EMPD. Take a listen below to hear today’s message.
The East Moline Police Department is conducting a community survey on our police service. The survey will take you 5 minutes to complete online. Click on the link today to participate. The survey will be open until December 31, 2018. https://www.eastmoline.com/FormCenter/Police-13/Police-Services-Survey-How-Are-We-Doing-81
Applications for the Executive Assistant will close Monday, October 22 at 8am. Apply today if you are interested.
Now accepting applications for the 2019 Citizens Police Academy. The Citizen Police Academy is an eleven week program designed to give the participant a basic knowledge of how your police department operates. Instruction will be presented by police officers from the sponsoring agencies. Download an application at the link below and return it to the East Moline Police Department. https://www.eastmoline.com/DocumentCenter/View/5599/CPA-2019-application
The City of East Moline is looking for an experienced individual to fill an Executive Assistant position in the Police Department. Under general supervision, performs various administrative and secretarial duties for the Police Chief, and other department members as needed. Apply today online. Job to be filled in early November.
East Moline Police will host a prescription drug take back day on October 27, 2018 from 10am - 2pm.