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Field Operations

The Field Operations Division is comprised of one deputy chief, three commanders, seven sergeants, six detectives, two school resource officers, thirty-one patrol officers and one part-time social worker. 

 

Patrol Division

The main purpose of the officers working in the patrol division is to prevent crimes and accidents as well as to obtain compliance with City ordinances and state statutes.  While on patrol, the police officer is available to respond to and investigate accidents, enforce traffic laws and parking regulations and prevent criminal activities by being visable and available. 

In addition, the Patrol Division continues to build and foster relationships with the business and the community by participating in numerous Community Policing assignments. 

 

Investigations

The Investigations Division conducts compliance checks on liquor and tobacc and inspects establishments that offer massage therapy to the public.  Additionally, the division continues to pursue asset and vehicle forfeitures whenever possible. 

 

Community Policing Assignments

The Patrol Division continues to build and foster relationships with the businesses and the community. Below are some examples of Community Policing assignments, meetings and events.

Library read to children
Winter Fest
Senior Center Breakfast
Neighbor issues  

The Support Services Division is comprised of one division commander, one lieutenant, six detectives,  two School Resource officers, one Traffic officer, and one part-time Social Worker. The Support Services Division conducts compliance checks on liquor and tobacco, and inspects establishments that offer massage therapy to the public. Additionally, the division continues to pursue asset and vehicle forfeitures whenever possible. 

School Resource Officer Program

The School Resource Officer Program is a well-established program, which provides each of the high schools with a full-time juvenile officer during the school year. Each officer handles law enforcement related problems, teaches classes and acts as a liaison between the school and the police department.

SRO’s must use their discretion when handling incidents at the school. Although it is not a priority, arrests are sometimes necessary when other options or school consequences are not appropriate.
 

Contact Information

Phone (847) 318-5252
Fax (847) 318-5308

200 S Vine Ave
Park Ridge IL 60068-6000

info@parkridgepolice.org


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Drop Off Used Sporting Equipment at the Recycling Event at Public Works
The PRYC is hosting a Sporting Equipment Drive. Items can be dropped off at the PW Recycling Event on Oct.18. Read the attached flyer to learn more.
Please Help the Park RidgeYouth Commission Sporting Equipment Drive
Donations will be accepted from October 15-November 15, 2014. Please read the attached information for details.
Please Visit Our Annual Fire Department Open House On October 4, 2014
Open House will take place on October 4, 2014 from 12-3 p.m. at Fire Station #36, at 1000 N. Greenwood Ave. Read here to learn more.
Upcoming Coffee with a Cop Events
The Park Ridge Police Department invites the community to get together to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee.
 
 
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