Pingree Grove Police Station
Carol Lussky, Police Chief
ONE Police Plaza
Pingree Grove, Illinois 60140
(Located on the west side of Reinking Road, south of Highland Avenue)
In Case of an Emergency Call 9-1-1
While the Police Department enforces laws and ordinances within the Village boundaries 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and 365 days per year, personnel are not always present in the station. In the case that personnel are not present use the call button in the lobby to contact dispatch services. If you experience a medical or security situation call 911 immediately.
Police Department Hours
Police Services: Open 24 Hours
Child Car Safety Seat Installations: By appointment only
Records Office Hours:
Monday 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Thursday 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
CLICK-IT OR TICKET
May is Click-it or Ticket month in Illinois. Each year Pingree Grove exceeds the state average in seatbelt/child restrain compliance, BUT, there are still those who don't buckle up.
State law requires ALL occupants to be restrained by a seatbelt or age appropriate child restraint - this includes back seat passengers.
Please remember to Buckle UP, Every Trip, Every Time.
Monthly Police Reports and Calls for Service
The Police Department writes and provides a monthly report of police activities to the Village Board.
To view the most recent monthly report click the below link.
Are you prepared for an Emergency??
Preparing your home and family for an Emergency should be high on everyone's list of priorities. Check out the information available at www.readyillinois.gov to get your family prepared for an emergency. If a tornado struck - does your family know what to do? How would you contact each other to say you're OK? Where would you meet if your house was unsafe? Do you have enough food & water on hand to be self sufficient for at least 3 days? If the power is out for several days do you have what you need to stay comfortable?
No one likes to think about bad things happening but it is important for everyone to do their part to prepare. With the recent Hurricane Sandy disaster we can learn about being prepared. How many times did YOU see someone on the news questioning why someone wasn't helping them? Help was coming but we all need to be able to take care of ourselves and our families until help can arrive. Please, help yourself, your family and your community by being prepared. Go to www.ready.illlinois.gov for information on what YOU can do to prepare for an emergency.