Police Department

Crime Tip Hotline: 708-749-6564 Graffiti Hotline: 708-795-5628

Crime Tip Online Submission

CitizenOfficer Complaint

 Berwyn Police Department weekly crime briefings. Anonymous tips can be reported by calling (708)795-5600, non-emergency number or filling the Crime Tip online form above.

Weekly Briefing #51

Weekly Briefing #50

Weekly Briefing #49 

Weekly Briefing #48 

2021 Final PD Lateral Entry list

2020 Police Candidate Final Eligibility List 

Video Sharing Partnership Program

Police & Fire Commission Rules and Regs

 

Berwyn Community Oriented Policing Strategy

 

*** DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, PLEASE CONFIRM YOUR SCHEDULED HEARING DATE BY CALLING 1-877-262-3318 BETWEEN 9:00 A.M. AND 5:00 P.M. THE DAY BEFORE THE HEARING. *** 

 

Red Light Camera Data Studies (updated July 22, 2020)

Data for these reports are supplied by IDOT and backlogs of data dissemination are sometimes experienced; once the information is received it is posted for review.

IL Rt. 43 (Harlem Ave) at US Rte. 34 (Ogden) - Statistical Analysis Report

IL. Rt. 43 (Harlem Ave.) at Cermak Rd. (22nd St.) 3 Year Report Analysis Follow Up

IL. Rt. 43 (Harlem Ave.) at Cermak Rd. (22nd St.) 3 Year Report Analysis

IL Rt. 43 (Harlem Ave) at Cermak Rd (22nd St) - RLR Follow-Up Evaluation Report

IL. Rt. 43 (Harlem Ave.) at Cermak Rd. (22nd St.) – RLR 3 Year Report

Please note that the availability of statistical analysis reports is contingent on crash data being released to the public by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

22nd St and Harlem Ave- RLR 1 Year Follow -Up Evaluation Report

Emergency Notification System Registration

BPD's CrimeReports website is live and now online! Check it out today!

Community service programs include: 911 Emergency; Neighborhood Watch Program; GATE; Citizens Police Academy; Sure-Locked Homes; Operation Lifesaver; con games awareness; McGruff; domestic violence counseling; Bicycle Safety Rodeo; safety precautions for women; drug abuse programs for adults and students including movies, slides, literature and speeches; and sponsorship of Explorer Post No. 94. Call for additional program information.

POLICE—LOCAL ORDINANCE & FINE DEPARTMENT
6401 W. 31St Street
708-795-5600
(Located on the first floor of the Berwyn Police Department)
Public service responsibilities include: Parking violations and ticket payments, handicapped card and sign requests, Vacin Fairway parking permits, visitor passes, court procedures and information on all parking in Berwyn.

Monday - 9:00AM-5:00PM
Tuesday - 9:00AM-5:00PM
Wednesday - 9:00AM-5:00PM
Thursday - 9:00AM-8:00PM
Friday - 9:00AM-5:00PM

POLICE—RECORDS DIVISION
6401 W. 31st Street
708-795-5600

(Located on the first floor of the Berwyn Police Department)
Compliance tickets, release forms for towed vehicles and Freedom of Information requests.

Police Auctions
The Berwyn IL Police Department will auction off various confiscated/unclaimed property – including bicycles, various tools, lawn equipment and sports equipment, through the certified auction website: www.ObenaufAuctionsOnLine.com

All items can be viewed on the website for visual inspection. Viewing for the auction will begin on or about 05-13-2014 to 05-27-2014 For further information, visit: www.ObenaufAuctionsOnLine.com

Press Releases/ Comunicado de Prensa
06.21.2021 Auto Accident 1600 Block of East Avenue
06.21.2021 Accidente Automovilístico1600 Cuadra de la Avenida East

Berwyn Police Commitment to the 10 Shared Principles of Policing

Click here to see the signed document Berwyn Police 10 Shared Principals

Click here to see official recognition and other agencies we joined with for this initiative Illinois Association of CHIEFS OF POLICE List of Agencies Adopting the Shared Principals

To learn more about the 10 Shared Principals of Policing please visit the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police site below: Illinois Association of CHIEFS OF POLICE website

Berwyn Police Use of Force Policy

Use of Force Policy

Click here to see our use of force certification from the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police and the U.S. Department of Justice
Berwyn Police Use of Force Certification Letter