Harrisburg Police Department

  • Agency: Harrisburg Police Department
  • Address: 1 N Main St #2, Harrisburg, 62946 IL
  • Chief: Bob Smith (Chief of Police)
Phone: (618) 252-4528
Fax: (618) 252-2316

Harrisburg Police Department is located at 1 N Main St #2, Harrisburg, 62946 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Bob Smith. The Harrisburg Police Department phone number is (618) 252-4528.

Harrisburg Police Department News

The Harrisburg Police Department is asking for assistance in yesterday’s traffic accident, that occurred on Small St. and Route 45 in front of Arby’s. If you happened to be a witness or know of anyone please contact us by messenger. Thank You

Hey it’s Spring Which means open windows Don’t blame this little guy for all the aroma in the air Call us We’ll ck it out 😜

Need help identifying these people. If you recognize them, private message us, or call 618-252-8661

2018 UTV inspections Pay your fee at Hbg City Clerks office Get your packet from her Then call 252-8661 to set up your appt to get it on the road Hurry up

Recognize this male? Give us a call at 618-252-8661 or private message us here on Facebook.

FYI Use Caution Monday around St MARYS Dr and old RT 13 (Poplar St ) and bypass A lot of construction going on in this area Watch for workers too Remember this is a construction zone area 🚔

Coming soon to a City near you

Address a rumor: No gun threat in Hbg Incident at School They are handling with Us It was a rumor and others thrive on it We are safe Hbg

BEWARE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just got notice people using real personal phone numbers of people trying to scam them on credit card debits Do not fall for this scam Get a number call them back Ask to talk to manager Do not give them any of your personal information They should already have it if you have a card with them Any questions call the police We will help you out 252-8661

The Harrisburg Police Dept. would like help from the community in identifying the person in this picture. Any info please private message us or call 618-252-8661. Your help is greatly appreciated.

Just so the public is aware, the situation involving the EPA burning violation is outside of the city limits of Harrisburg. The Harrisburg Police Dept. is in no way affiliated with these incidents.

A big thank you to Lexington Manor residents near Concord Street & Valley Forge Drive! They had a neighborhood cookout this afternoon and raised $120 for The Harrisburg FOP Lodge #152.

Happy birthday to Aleah!!!

There is some sort of a scam going on in which a person is leaving notes on vehicles saying they struck their vehicle. The notes that we've been made aware of have so far been false claims. If you receive one of these letters call the police and be aware of your surroundings. Don't call the number back before contacting us.

There is NO KIDNAPPING in Harrisburg, IL. It happened in Pennsylvania.

The fine folks down at Best One Tire "Back the Blue!" We appreciate your support!

Big shout out to ISP k-9 officer Jeff Karcher for his demonstration at the east side elementary school! The kids love this!!!

Here's some safety tips for Halloween Trick or Treating. We hope every has a fun and spooky night. Remember Harrisburg trick or treating is tonight from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Happy Halloween!

Harrisburg Police and Fire Departments helped escort "Old Glory" out of town this morning on its journey across the country to Washington D.C. Team Red, White, and Blue is a great organization helping out our nations veterans. We were honored to be able to help provide them with a safe route through town this morning!

This week is National Police Memorial Week. A thank you to all of our officers and area policemen! We appreciate your service!

Scam Warning! Please repost: Our department has received reports from several citizens that they have received calls and/or letters from persons claiming to be representatives of the Publishers Clearing House. The caller / letter notifies them that they have won a large sum of money and that in order to claim the prize they have to wire a significant amount of money to an unknown destination. We assure you that this is a scam and that there are no winnings available to you. Remember if you have not enrolled in a contest or lottery or if you have to send money to receive money you are being scammed. We are asking anyone that receives a letter or phone call regarding this scam to contact the Harrisburg Police Department at (618)252-8661.

Road conditions are still pretty poor right now and snow is continuing to fall. Road crews are working long hours to try to keep the roads passable but probably won't make much headway until the snow stops falling. We are urging residents to stay home if they don't have to be out in these conditions. If you do have to travel, be sure and leave early to allow yourself enough time to reach your destination safely. Remember to brake early and to keep a safe distance between your vehicle and the one in front of you! Be safe and enjoy your snow day.