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Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Crestwood Police Department to provide professional, high quality and effective police service in partnership with the community. We, the members of the Crestwood Police Department, believe that our work has a vital impact on the quality of life in our community. To demonstrate our commitment to our profession, on and off duty, we subscribe to the following values:

Integrity
Commitment to Employees
Community Partnership
Community Sensitive Policing
and Professionalism.

 

No Parking 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.

No person shall park a vehicle on any street between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. of any day, except vehicles being used on emergency calls.

 

If you see something, say something:

The police department would like to remind citizens that they are one of our best tools for solving crimes. Many times officers speak to citizens who say they saw suspicious activity, but did not call right away because they did not want to inconvenience the officers. Our officers will never be inconvenienced to assist the citizens of this community and would like to remind everyone, “if you see something, say something.” If you do not feel comfortable calling 911 or do not feel that it is an “emergency”, feel free to call the police department’s non-emergency dispatch number (708) 385-5131.

Request Non-Emergency Services
Going out of town and need the Crestwood Police Department to check on your house? Need to notify us regarding overnight parking? Log on to our portal at www.frontlinepss.com/crestwood and make your request quickly and easily. In addition to parking and house checks, the portal also allows you to make a report to the Department of Public Works should you see anything out of order (street lights, traffic signals, etc.) in the Village.

Request non-emergency services here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Latest Police Department News

Tip-A-Cop for Special Olympics

On Thursday, October 19th, Crestwood Police Officers will be taking off the badges and putting on the aprons and will be waiting on the tables as celebrity waiters along with the staff at Barraco’s in Crestwood. The officers will be [Click Here To Read More]

KIDS HALLOWEEN PARTY/TOUCH A TRUCK

       

CAL SAG BRIDGE CLOSING

CAL SAG BRIDGE CLOSING On October 16, 2017, the Cicero Avenue Bridge over the Cal Sag Canal, will be completely closed down for major repairs, until December 15, 2017.For motorists traveling northbound on Cicero Avenue alternate routes are: Eastbound 135th [Click Here To Read More]

Proper Disposal of Medications

    POLICE DEPARTMENT PARTNERS WITH SHERIFF’S PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK PROGRAM TO ASSIST RESIDENTS WITH SAFE DISPOSAL OF UNUSED, EXPIRED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS. September 11, 2017-The Sheriff s Prescription Drug Take Back Program is pleased to partner with our police department [Click Here To Read More]

Bicycle Recycle Drive
Big-Hearted Crestwood Cops are teaming up with the Illinois Trucking Association to Collect Donations

Big-hearted Crestwood cops are teaming up with the Illinois Trucking Association to collect donations to be delivered to disaster stricken areas in Texas, and if needed, those in the path of Hurricane Irma along the Florida coast. The ITA will [Click Here To Read More]

Village Alert
BUTTER BURGERS & BADGES
Fishing For Heroes

SUPPORT OUR VETERANS

“FIVE-O at the DIRTY O”

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Warm Weather Tips

With the warm weather approaching, the Crestwood Police Department would like to remind citizens that there is a higher potential for vehicle burglary’s. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help prevent you from being the next [Click Here To Read More]

Red Light Camera

The Village of Crestwood Welcomes Red Light Cameras!

IRS DO NOT CALL

Urgent Press Release warning residents about phone scammers posing as IRS agents.