The Indian Head Park Police Department consists of the Chief of Police, Three Sergeants, Six Full Time Patrol Officers, Seven Part Time Patrol Officers, One Full Time and Two Part Time Records Clerks.
CODE RED - Emergency Notification System
If this is a real emergency, please pickup a phone and dial 911 now!
1. Please click here for link to Code Red.
2. Once at the Code Red website, complete 'Location Details'
3. Under 'Contact Information' everyone should first enter their land line phone number. This will ensure that this number is registered. When entering the land line number, do not check any boxes below the number. If you have no land line phone number then begin with your mobile phone number.
4. After 'Contact Information', complete the 'Alert Types' you would like to receive. Remember- if you choose weather alerts you will be called at all hours of the day or night.
NEW Crime Alerts Page
Please click here for a new website section concerning current crime alerts and other pertinent police information.
By state law, it is unlawful for a person less than 17 years of age to be present at or upon any public assembly, building, place, street, or highway at the following times unless accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or other responsible adult approved by a parent or legal guardian or unless engaged in a business or occupation which the laws of this State authorize a person less than 17 years of age to perform:
Drivers under 17 years of age should remember that their driver's licenses are not valid during the times covered by the curfew law.
Parking is prohibited on all Village streets between 2:00 am and 6:00 am
If you are going on vacation and would like the police to perform a vacation watch, please contact the police department.
If you wish to prevent door-to-door solicitors from disturbing you at home, free "No Solicitation" decals are available at the Police Department Office.
Trick or Treat Hours
Suggested trick or treat hours are from 3pm to 6pm.
Residents should alert the police to suspicious vehicles and persons in their neighborhood. It can assist the police in solving and preventing crimes if residents call when they observe the suspicious activity. Often times residents do not call because they believe they are bothering the police with a non-emergency. Remember that the police are here to protect residents, homes, and businesses, and following up on your call is no bother. Residents can do their part to protect their homes and valuables.
Make your house uninviting to criminals by keeping doors locked and security systems activated. Do not leave car keys or valuables in your vehicle and be sure to lock your car doors.
Please contact the police department non-emergency telephone number at (708)246-4534 to speak with an officer if you are in need of suggestions to make your home more secure.
|Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline||800-311-3435|
|Cook County Sherrif (non-emergency)||708-865-4700|
|Chemical/Biological Helpline||800-368-6498 or 615-399-9908|
|Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-7233|
|Federal Bureau of Investigations||312-431-1333|
|Hazardous Material Spills||800-424-8802|
|Hinsdale Humane Society||630-323-6124|
|Poison Control Center||800-222-1222|
|Runaways National Switchboard||800-942-5969|
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McGruff teaches kids how to be safe!
Please click here for more information about staying safe during the winter months.
For a list of snow routes and parking restrictions, see the snow removal page in the Public Works section.
Please see the burning restrictions page for more information