The Oak Brook Police Department has initiated a Vacation House Watch Program as a public service and crime prevention measure in order to prevent and detect crime on affected residential properties while residents are away. To learn more about this program, .
Coffee With A Cop
Coffee with a Cop is a national initiative in which police officers and community members come together in an informal setting to discuss community issues, build relationships, and drink coffee. The program's goal is to improve communication by breaking down barriers, allowing for a relaxed, one-on-one interaction. To view the flyer for the next event, click here.
Each week, the Department prepares a weekly summary covering calls of interest, Community Relations, Investigations, HALO information and Department News and Special Events. To view the Weekly Summary click here.
To view the latest crime alert issued by Chief Kruger regarding ruse burglaries, click here.
The department consists of 62 full-time and part-time personnel. This number includes civilian personnel (three full-time and nine part-time), 40 sworn officers, and 10 auxiliary officers. Emergency calls are dispatched through DuPage Public Safety Communications (Du-Comm). For more information, click to view Du-Comm.
Click to view the organizational chart of department members.
Crime Tip Line
To report an anonymous tip to the police department, call our Crime Tip Line at (630) 368-8760. Please be advised this line is not continuously monitored, so you may be required to leave a message. If there is an urgent matter requiring immediate police assistance, please dial 911.
Misuse of Disability Parking Spaces and Placards
It is illegal for unauthorized individuals to use a parking space reserved for persons with disabilities. To report a misuse of disability parking spaces and/or placards, contact the Illinois Secretary of State's office through their website www.cyberdriveillinois.com.
Commendation and Complaint Procedure
If you would like to commend one of our officers or if you have a complaint against an officer, click here.
Firearm Concealed Carry Act
The Firearm Concealed Carry Act became State law on July 9, 2013. You may view the full text here. To apply for a license or for answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please click here to go to the The Illinois State Police website.
Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics
The Law Enforcement Torch Run is the single largest year-round fund-raising event benefiting Special Olympics Illinois. For more information on how to support this cause, click to view the Torch Run Flyer.
2013 Residential Burglary Review and Analysis
Detectives have prepared a Residential Burglary Review and Analysis report for the year 2013. The report discusses the increase in residential burglaries, explains ruse and non-ruse burglaries, provides statistics and efforts of the Investigative Team to break this crime trend. Please click here to view the complete report.