Lawrenceville Police Department

  • Agency: Lawrenceville Police Department
  • Address: 700 State St, Lawrenceville, 62439 IL
  • Chief: Mike Mefford (Chief of Police)
Phone: 618-943-6411

Lawrenceville Police Department is located at 700 State St, Lawrenceville, 62439 IL. The Chief of Police of the department is Mike Mefford. The Lawrenceville Police Department phone number is 618-943-6411.

Lawrenceville Police Department News

Lawrenceville Police Department is proud to announce the swearing in of our newest member to the team Byron Middlecoat L46, we are proud to have you aboard and know that you will vigilantly protect the great community of Lawrenceville.

Up date to the gas leak... you may now return to your home however due to leak you may not have natural gas until tomorrow. We will update as we are updated, we apologize for any inconvenience and hope everyone has a good father's day. Thanks,Chief White

Be advised please avoid the south end of the golf course to highway 250 due to a natural gas leak crews have been alerted and our en route to make the repairs. Thanks, Chief J. White #50

Press Release ----------------- 11/07/17 Lawrenceville Police Department is pleased to announce that a report has been forwarded to the Lawrence County States Attorney's Office involving 2 juveniles that are suspected in the May 25th fire at the old Lawrenceville High School located at 503-8th Street Lawrenceville, Illinois 62439. Based on the allegations criminal charges are as follows: 1-Count of Arson 1-Count of Criminal Damage to Property over $100,000 Both counts are a Class 2 Felony. Lawrenceville Police Department would like to thank all emergency responders for their assistance in this matter. Chief James A White #50 Hear it, See it, Report it. Help keep our community safe.

*******Attention***** West Haven Rd(AKA 250) from State Street to Lexington Street will be shut down until further notice due to a water leak, sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Chief James A White

Junior Officer Ray with Corey and Brooke Ray

Citizens of Lawrence please be advised West Haven rd aka 250 from State Street to Lexington Street is shut down due to a water leak in the roadway, crews are on scene and will make repairs as soon as possible. Thank You for your attention to this matter and sorry for any inconveinence this may cause, Chief James White.

Officer Ryan Curtis with Junior Officer D Ray in action.

What a storm

A Yorkie has been found in the 1600 block of 15th Street and will be secured by the Lawrenceville Street Department. If this is your dog please bring proof of ownership to the Lawrenceville City Hall on Tuesday. Thanks, Chief J. White

Police Officer Hire Applications: Applications maybe obtained at Lawrenceville City Hall during normal business hours from the City Clerk starting March 13 to March 24th from 8am to 4pm. Applicants must furnish a valid Federal or State Identification and a valid phone number. Applications must be returned no later than the close of business day on March 31st. The City of Lawrenceville is an equal oppurtunity employer. Thanks, Chief James A White

They are getting closer.

Attention Lawrence County residents;as of 10am West Haven (aka 250) is shut down from James Street to the Wal-Mart exit onto 250, If you need to go west from Lawrenceville please use 50 or the Wal-Mart parking lot to do so. The City of Lawrenceville utilities are on scene at this time trying to make the proper repair of the broken water line. Thanks, Chief J. White

This is so awesome, my brother in blues picture on the armor express add for the American Police Beat magazine we get monthly,this vest saved his life allowing him to be the great man he is today. Blessed are the Peacemakers for they are the children of God.

The Cities newest edition for speed control

Lawrenceville Police Department is pleased to announce to the public, an arrest has been made in conjunction of the fire that damaged the Hoagy House 711-13th Street on 08/01/16 and the burglary of Stir Ups formally Essentials cards and gifts 719-12th Street on 08/01/16. On 08/03/16 at 9pm Lawrenceville Police Department arrested 31 year old Nathaniel P. Greene of Lawrenceville on preliminary charges of 1 count of Arson and 2 counts of Burglary. I/Chief James White would like to thank the community for their assistance and patience throughout this investigation, and let the community know the Lawrenceville Police Department appreciates their support in help keeping the City of Lawrenceville, Illinois safe. Thanks, James A. White #50 Chief of Police

The children of Lawrence County received a fantastic gift today from Mike Reedus,family and helpers of the car show in that they donated $3300.00 that they raised to the shop with a cop program. If you see Mike out in public be sure and show him the gratitude he deserves after all if it was not for him and the fantastic community that I graceously call home many children in need would not get to celebrate Christmas. Thanks again to all that gave a lending hand, James A White Chief of Police

Chief and Sheriff's #1 pick for Shop with a cop car show put on by Mike Reedus we had a great turn out. Many thanks to Mike Reedus his family and helpers for putting on a fantastic show and helping give back to the kids in the community.