Moline Police Department

  • Agency: Moline Police Department
  • Address: 1640 6th Ave, Moline, 61265 IL
  • Chief:
Phone: 309.797.0401

Moline Police Department is located at 1640 6th Ave, Moline, 61265 IL. The Moline Police Department phone number is 309.797.0401.

Moline Police Department News

Help us find a killer The Moline Police Department is requesting the community’s assistance in locating this vehicle and the suspects who are wanted in connection with the homicide of Corey Harrell Jr., last week. If you have information and want to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500 or call Moline Police at 309-524-2140. Help us bring these suspects to justice.

Tonight at the Moline City Council Meeting, Detective Medinger and Detective Yuvan attained the rank of Sergeant. Both were sworn in by Mayor Acri. Sergeant Medinger and Sergeant Yuvan will both be assigned to 2nd shift patrol. Please join us in congratulating both on their promotion and in wishing them the best as they begin their supervisory careers!

Thank you to the Western Illinois University-Quad Cities and Criminal Justice Society for bringing lunch to Moline Police Department today. Thank you and best of luck as your pursue your careers in law enforcement.

Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Fred Mincks on his retirement after 21 years of service to the Moline Police Department. Sergeant Mincks began his career in 1997, beginning as a patrol officer. Sgt. Mincks also served as a Detective assigned to Street Crimes and a Special Agent as QC MEG. Sgt. Mincks was also assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division before getting promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2006. Sgt. Mincks served as a supervisor on all three shifts as well as Sergeant assigned to Traffic Investigations Division before returning to 1st shift patrol as a supervisor. Sgt. Mincks also served on the Moline-East Moline Crisis Containment Unit (CCU) first as an Operator and later as a Team Leader. Sgt. Mincks also served as Range Coordinator and implemented the Moline Police Department rifle program. Sgt. Mincks was also Supervisor of the Motor Unit overseeing the Motorcycle Patrol program. Thank you Sgt. Mincks for your dedicated 21 years of service to the Moline Police Department and the citizens of Moline.

#MOPDPressRelease Press release regarding homicide that occurred yesterday in Moline. Anyone with information please call the Moline Police Department or Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500. We would like to thank the following departments for their continued assistance in this investigation: Davenport Police Department, City of East Moline Police Department, Rock Island County Sheriff's Department, Rock Island Police Department, Illinois State Police District 7 East Moline, Illinois State Police Crime Scene, Moline Fire Department and the Rock Island County Coroner's Office.

Congratulations to Officer Maurer on receiving the Illinois State Police Director's Award for Distinction for his quick and decisive action which led to the saving of a human life.

It’s a great day to be great Moline. Get out and enjoy the fall colors that are really starting to show.

The DEA prescription drug TakeBack Day is over and we collected 217 pounds of unused/expired/unwanted prescription drugs. Thanks to you, we easily passed last event’s collection total of 146 pounds. Thank you to everyone who stopped by and dropped off.

We have two more large bags filled with unwanted/unused/expired prescription drugs. We will be here until 2pm. #DEATakeBack

We have already surpassed last year’s collection total and we still have over two hours left. Stop down at the Moline Police Department and drop off your unused/expired prescription drugs and we will dispose them for you. We will be here until 2pm, stop down, drive through and drop them off.

Officer Garrett Tuttle has joined Officer Moody to accept your expired/unused prescription drugs. Stop by, drive through and drop off your prescription drugs and we safely get rid of them for you.

We stopped by Riverside United Methodist Church Trunk or Treat celebration last night. Officers Tuttle and Urban adding to the Halloween themed celebration by standing in the shadows.

We are set up and ready to accept your expired/unused prescription drugs as part of the DEA National Drug Take Back Day. You don’t even have to get out of your car, just drive through and drop them off.

Today leaders from 12 Quad City area law enforcement agencies announced “The Battle of the Beards” During the month of November, Moline Police will join 11 other area police departments in No Shave November which will raise money to benefit Tudi's Tribe and Gilda's Club Quad Cities We are hoping to raise over $25,000 for these great organizations and you can get involved to by purchasing a t-shirt.

Don't forget this weekend is DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Please bring your unused/expired prescription drugs to Moline Police Department on Saturday from 10am to 2pm so they can be safely disposed of. Officer Moody will be on hand to accept your prescription drugs at the event.

#WhereIsJerryWolking Twenty-eight years ago this evening, Jerry Wolking left his girlfriend's residence in Rock Island en route to his home in Moline. Evidence shows that Jerry made it home, but was likely met by one or more offenders at or near his residence. There were signs of a struggle and evidence that Jerry was struck by his own vehicle. We believe the offender or offenders then placed Jerry into the rear compartment of his own truck and concealed his death by disposing of him near the Poplar Grove Addition in Moline, which east of the area now known as Green Valley Sports Complex. Jerry has never been found. We believe we know the suspect who is responsible for Jerry's murder, but he is now deceased. We don't believe he could have committed the murder and concealment of the murder alone. We are asking anyone with information to contact Moline Police at 309-524-2140 or Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500 to help solve this case. Your information could bring Jerry home, don't wait another day.

DEA Drug Take Back Day

Coffee with a Cop today at 3:30pm at Moline Public Library. Come meet with Moline Police Officers regarding community outreach and get to know the officers that serve Moline.

Press release from the Rock Island County State's Attorney John McGehee regarding the Moline Police Department Officer involved shooting on June 22nd, 2018.

Please join us in congratulating several Quad Cities area police officers who were honored for their courageous actions in the line of duty. Dixon, Illinois Police Department Officer Dallas received the International Association of Chiefs of Police Officer of the Year award. Buffalo, Iowa Police Department Chief Behning as well as Davenport Police Department Officer Waline and Officer King received Purple Hearts from the Iowa State Police Association. Your courageous actions while risking your lives in the service of your community is honorable and admirable. We salute you.

Please join us in congratulating the appointment of Officer Comer. Officer Comer completed her probationary requirement and was sworn in to full placement last night at Moline, IL - Official City Government City Council meeting. Congratulations Officer Comer and thank you for choosing to serve our community in law enforcement.

DEA National Prescription Drug Take Back Day October 27th 10:00am-2:00pm at Moline Police Department. Bring us your old/expired/unused prescription drugs so they can be disposed of properly.

Interstate 74 into Iowa is at a complete stop due to a crash. Please find an alternate route if you need to cross the Mighty Mississippi this morning.

#MOPDPressRelease Press release regarding a shooting investigation in Moline. If you have information about Saidayah Kirk's location please contact Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500 or Moline Police at 309-797-0401.

Please join us in welcoming Moline Police Department's four new officers. Officer McLaughlin, Officer Murphy, Officer Pennacchio and Officer Syler were sworn in this morning, during a ceremony in City Council Chambers. The officers will report to the Macon County Law Enforcement Training Center on Sunday to begin a 14-week police academy before returning to Moline. Congratulations and thank you for choosing law enforcement.