Police

Mission Statement


It is the mission of the Romeoville Police Department to improve quality of life by safeguarding the lives and property of the people we serve in our community. By working in partnership with the community, we are committed to reducing the fear of crime, and preserving order through fair and impartial enforcement of laws, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards.

Message From the Chief


The Romeoville Police Department prides itself as a professional, ethical, and community focused law enforcement organization. The Department is comprised of dedicated employees, both sworn and civilian, who are committed to serve the citizens of Romeoville. The Department recognizes that the citizens of Romeoville desire to live in a safe community free from crime and disorder. We believe that police officers working in partnership with members of the community can have a positive influence on the quality of life within Romeoville. We are dedicated to continue our efforts to make Romeoville an even better place to live.
  1. Police National Night Out

    Police National Night Out

    Police National Night Out Day is an annual community-building campaign observed on the first Tuesday in August. This night focuses on the community and raising awareness in the U.S. The event is held at 1050 W. Romeo Rd. on Aug. 3rd from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Read on...
  2. Officer of the Year

    Police Officer of the Year Award 2020

    Congratulations to the Romeoville Police Department's Officer of the Year Kevin Heiden.
  3. Civilian of the Year

    Civilian of the Year Award 2020

    Congratulations to the Romeoville Police Department's Civilian of the Year Dave Dabrowski.
  4. Vacation

    Romeoville Police Department Offers Vacation Check Service

    The Romeoville Police Department offers a vacation check service for Village residents. When a resident goes away on vacation, a police officer can check their home up to three times per day to make sure it remains secure. Read on...
  5. Tow

    Unwanted Vehicle Tow Program

    The Romeoville Police Department in conjunction with area tow companies has developed a program for residents who want to rid their property of a vehicle(s) they no longer wish to keep. Read on...
  6. Tip Line

    Anonymous Tip Line

    Do you have information in regards to a crime? Please call Romeoville's Anonymous Tip Line at 815-886-8080. Leave a message with as much information as possible. Read on...
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    Social Services

    The Romeoville Police Department offers, free-of-charge, counseling services to residents. A licensed Clinical Social Worker is on staff full-time and can assist with family counseling, domestic violence and drug abuse. All services are confidential. Read on...
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