Got Cameras? Let us know..
The Hinsdale Police Department has launched a new initiative, "Block Watch".
This program has been developed to aid investigators in quickly locating residents that may have cameras near the scene of a crime. Home cameras will help us catch criminals, especially burglars that have been breaking into homes nearby.
Sign up for BLOCK WATCH
NEW PROGRAM INITIATIVE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
The Hinsdale Police Department has developed a program designed to provide senior citizens who live alone an opportunity for increased communications with the police department.
Read more about the Y.A.N.A. (You are Not Alone) program and learn how to register yourself or a family member.
for more information
Click to Download Application
The Hinsdale Police Department has joined the popular
social networking sites Facebook and Twitter to
more effectively provide timely information to the
The Hinsdale Police Department Facebook page can
be found by simply entering “Hinsdale Police
Department” in the Facebook search function.
For Twitter users, the Hinsdale Police Department
can be found at:
The Lobby at the Hinsdale Police
Department is open Monday - Friday 8:00am - 10:30pm.
Saturday 8:00am-2:00pm and is closed on Sunday and
all Federal Holidays.
Emergency Contact Information Registration
The Hinsdale Police Department is supporting a new
initiative by the State of Illinois to register
emergency contact information for motorists.
Click here to register your information now.
with Special Needs Identification Program
Hinsdale Police Department has developed this program
to provide necessary information to police officers
that will allow them to make faster identifications,
reunite family members quicker, and provide help
to persons with special needs without delay.
here for more information.
Police Volunteer Program
the growing challenges of the economic times, the
police department is innovatively looking to partner
with volunteers in the community to continue providing
a high level of service.
here for more information.
CONTROL DEVICES (FAQ)
To learn about how the Village
determines where a stop or yield sign may be installed
at an intersection, click here:
Traffic Control Devices FAQ
US SLOW THE TRAFFIC IN TOWN!
The Pace Car Program is a community-based speed
control tool that will help slow traffic on residential
roadways in town. Sign Up
The Juvenile Officer
Do you have a question that relates
to any Juvenile matter? Click
here to see some frequently asked questions or to
submit your own.
2013 Annual Report
here to view the 2013 Annual Report which showcases
the Hinsdale Police Department, its personnel, statistics,
activities, and programs for the community.