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Official Twitter account of the DuPage County Chiefs of Police Association. Established in 1963, it is the largest county police chief association in Illinois.
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DuPage Police Chiefs May 25
Today we remember all of those brave men and women who gave their lives in support of this great nation.
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DuPageCountySheriff May 23
It has come to our attention that someone has been attempting to solicit bond money over the phone while posing as someone from our agency. Please know the ’s Office will never solicit funds over the phone for any reason.
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DuPage Police Chiefs May 15
On this Peace Officer Memorial Day, we are thinking of those in our county and our country who sacrificed everything to protect their community.
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Bartlett IL PD May 15
Today is Peace Officer Memorial Day. Please take a moment to remember all of the local, state & federal law enforcement officers who were killed in the line of duty, including the 6 Illinois Law Enforcement Officers who gave their lives in the performance of their duties in 2019.
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DuPage County OHSEM May 15
was signed into law in 1962 by Pres. Kennedy to honor officers who lost their lives in the line-of-duty. More than 21,000 LEO's have been lost nationally including 15 from .
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Oak Brook Police May 6
Traffic is down but speeding is up! Speed accounts for more than 30% of all traffic deaths. On May 7th will begin a targeted speed enforcement detail on Rt. 83. The detail is data driven and will conclude once we have succeeded in flattening the speeding curve!
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DuPage Police Chiefs Apr 18
Help our first responders help you by signing up for Smart911...your information is only visible if you call 9-1-1. Content you enter will be available if you call from any location in DuPage County, City of Chicago and Cook County Sheriff 9-1-1 centers.
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Oak Brook Police Mar 27
It may not be Jim and Pam, but Oak Brook Records knows the importance of social distancing.
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Glendale Heights PD Mar 27
Mayor Jackson and the Village Board would like to thank the Glenside/Addison Fire Protection Districts who helped construct a temporary tent at AMITA GlenOaks. This tent will be used to test those who may have COVID-19 and to be prepared for the future.
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NWS Chicago Mar 27
[For Saturday]: Concern has increased in a potentially significant episode of severe weather developing in the afternoon and evening hours. Damaging winds, large hail, and tornadoes will all be possible from storms which may be moving at upwards of 60 mph.
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DuPageCountySheriff Mar 24
This is Hope, our new 12-week-old bloodhound at the Office. She will soon be finding our missing people and tracking the bad guys. She just started her police academy. Fun fact: Hope is badge #221, a nod to .
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Chief James Kruger Mar 20
There are numerous false emails and sms messages out there. Chiefs and Sheriffs were on a conference call across the state yesterday. There is NO quarantine order.
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Bartlett IL PD Mar 21
Even Bartlett Police night couldn’t resist joining in the Chicagoland area’s sing-along of Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer" from the police station’s rooftop as a way of showing solidarity while Illinois shelters at home order due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Bartlett IL PD Mar 11
The average cost of a DUI conviction in Illinois is $18,130. That’s a big pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Bartlett Police will be partipating in IDOT’s St Patrick’s Day DUI Enforcement Campaign on Thur 3/12-Wed 3/18. Don’t Drive Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs ☘️
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Addison Police Mar 8
Happy International Women’s Day to the Female Enforcers of APD
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DuPageCountySheriff Mar 5
The has taken control of property believed stolen from vehicles near Villa Park, Lombard and Oakbrook Terrace. We are inviting the public to view this link and claim your belongings. Call Detective Phil Marotta at (630)407-2536 to claim.
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DuPage Police Chiefs Mar 6
Congratulations to all!
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DuPageCountySheriff Mar 5
The is investigating John Spira’s disappearance that occurred on Friday, Feb. 23, 2007. We are requesting that anyone who invested money with Spira to contact Det. Dave Chiesa at (630)407-2364, email: david.chiesa@dupagesheriff.org
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Oak Brook Police Mar 5
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Woodridge PD Mar 2
“Do your best!” “You can do it!” Officer Bean saw positive words of encouragement for GRIT essay presentations at Edgewood School recently. The teacher asked 6th graders to write encouraging words in advance of students reading their essays out loud to the class.
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