Lenzburg Police Department

  • Agency: Lenzburg Police Department
  • Address: 215 North Charles Street, Lenzburg, 62255 IL
  • Chief: Skip Mize (Chief of Police)
Phone: (618)277-3500
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Lenzburg Police Department is located at 215 North Charles Street, Lenzburg, 62255 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Skip Mize. The Lenzburg Police Department phone number is (618)277-3500.

Lenzburg Police Department News

What a good turn out for the Village of Lenzburg Halloween parade. A big thank you to the village and Lenzburg Fire Department for putting this on. The fire department made hot dogs, brats, chili and supplied soda after the parade at the firehouse. Thank you to everyone who made this happen and to everyone who attended!

Officer Ricardo Davis, a 44 year old member of the Washington Park Police Department, died after being fatally injured while arresting two suspects. Our prayers are with his family and our community at this time.

Thank you to the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department Drug Unit on a job well done!

We here at the Lenzburg Police Department and the Village of Lenzburg want to offer our condolences to the family of Howard "Skip" Mize. Skip, as many of us knew him, served as Chief of Police for the Lenzburg Police Department for several years, until his retirement. RIP sir, we will take it from here.

Happy Easter from the Lenzburg Police Department!

During the evening hours on Monday, March 26, 2018, the Lenzburg Police responded to the 100 block of North Henry Street for a Domestic Battery in progress. Following the investigation, a male subject was taken into custody and the following charges were issued: Two misdemeanor counts of Domestic Battery, One felony count of Aggravated Domestic Battery and One misdemeanor count for Cruel Treatment of Animals. Anyone charged is presumed innocent, until proven guilty in the court of law.

The boil order for Lenzburg has been lifted. Thank You

Another successful Shop With a Cop with the Lenzburg Police Department. We enjoy this every year. Thank you Mayor and Village Board for allowing this to happen. A big "Thank You" to the wonderful family that paid for all of our meals at Sparta Pizza Hut! Thank You!

Come Visit Santa Claus at the Lenzburg Village Community Center on Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 12:30 P.M. There will be a drawing for FOUR children, whom reside within the Village of Lenzburg, to "Shop with a Cop" again this year. This is a fun interaction with the kids and our local Lenzburg Police Officers.

Happy Halloween to all! There will be a Halloween parade starting at the Lenzburg Village Hall going to the fire house starting at 5:30 pm. Trick or Treating will go until around 8pm. Please be careful when driving around this evening and watch out for all the little ghouls and goblins! Thank you and have a safe evening!

This is the way we roll. Fire Department washing our squad car! Thank you!

ILLINOIS STATE POLICE ISSUE WINTER WEATHER TRAVEL ADVISORY Collinsville – Illinois State Police (ISP) officials statewide are issuing snow travel advisories and are urging motorists to plan ahead and take the necessary safety precautions while traveling on interstates and state roads. Drifting snow, wet and icy road conditions, and freezing cold temperatures may disrupt travel and motorists should allow extra time when making travel plans. Winter driving incidents are preventable. Statewide, ISP handled more than 1200 calls for service and motorist assists during the last three day storm (2014). Drivers should plan accordingly and make safety a priority by driving at a safe speed, allowing plenty of distance from other vehicles to safely maneuver, ensuring vehicle lights are functioning properly, watching for snow removal equipment, and exiting the road to a safe location if driving conditions become too hazardous. Illinois State Police are advising the motoring public to take the necessary safety precautions before getting behind the wheel. Motorists should reduce speeds and drive at safe distances. District Eleven Interim Commander, Lieutenant Timothy Tyler stated, “when crashes occur during extreme weather conditions, we encourage motorists to exchange insurance and driver information to keep motorists safe and the roads clear, unless medical attention is required.” Motorists can file crash reports at the nearest ISP District within 10 days. Winter weather safety tips to consider: • Anticipate reduced visibility and watch for black ice when approaching intersections, off-ramps, bridges, and curves. • Avoid abrupt steering and braking and avoid tailgating by keeping a safe distance between vehicles. • Allow enough time for travel and advise others of travel itineraries. • Avoid unnecessary and sudden lane changes. • Always keep your gas tank at least two-thirds full to prevent the vehicle’s fuel line from freezing. • Always wear a safety belt and keep a charged cell phone handy. Road condition information can be obtained by contacting the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) at 1-800-452-IDOT (4368) or on the Internet at: www.gettingaroundillinois.com.

Happy New Year from the Lenzburg Police Department!

Chief Hoffman and Sgt. Marquardt taking four Lenzburg children to Wal-Mart earlier this evening for shop with a cop and to Pizza Hut for a bite to eat. Good time had by all. Thank you to the Village of Lenzburg mayor and board for allowing this to happen.

Missing from Henry Street area in Lenzburg. If anyone has her or knows her where abouts, please contact the police department. Her owners are missing her very much. Thank You!