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About the Department
The Libertyville Police Department, led by Chief
is comprised of 54 sworn and non-sworn members who provide law enforcement services 24/7.
The Police Department is divided into 2 divisions, Operations & Support Services.
The Operations division consists of Patrol, Investigations, and Community Services. Patrol Officers are assigned to one of 3 shifts and respond to all calls for service, whether they are emergency or non-emergency. Officers hold many specialty positions including Evidence Technician, Bike Officer, Field Training Officer, Accident Investigator, and Juvenile Officer to name a few. The Investigations Unit consists of several investigators including one assigned full time to Libertyville High School and one assigned to the Illinois State Police Metropolitan Enforcement Group (MEG). The Community Services Unit is comprised of Public Service Officers who focus on parking and ordinance enforcement, animal complaints, and handling non-criminal calls for service.
The Support Services division encompasses the Records Unit and administrative functions including human resources, finance, and information technology. The division also manages department training, evidence & property, and the quartermaster system.
The Records Unit processes all reports and citations, in addition to managing the Administrative Adjudication hearings and walk-in service requests.
The Police Department's service window is open Monday-Friday, from 7am until 9pm. After hours, there is an information callbox located in the lobby that will put you in contact with our Communications Center who will assist you.
9-1-1 and Communications functions are provided by the Vernon Hills Police/Countryside Fire Consolidated Communications Center.
What is the ordinance covering vehicles parked on the street overnight?
Where do I call for power outage or severe weather information?
Can I obtain a handicapped parking hangtag at the Police Department?
What is the Curfew Law in Libertyville?
I need to have my fingerprints taken. Can the Police Department do this for me?
When should I call 9-1-1?
What happens when I dial 9-1-1?
Why do the dispatchers ask so many questions?