Michael Simo, Chief of Police
Morton Grove Police Department
6101 Capulina Avenue
Morton Grove, IL 60053
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A Proud History of Service
Established - October 31, 1895
The Morton Grove Police Department is staffed with 75 members who are divided into Patrol, Field, Support Services, and Administrative Staff.
The members of the Police Department are dedicated professionals who provide exceptional service to the citizens of Morton Grove. We are committed to providing responsive and professional police service and to maintaining the safest possible environment to preserve Morton Grove’s status as a great place to live and work.
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“Keep our Community Safe”
Dial 911 to report any emergency that requires an immediate police response (in-progress crimes, in-progress suspicious activities or suspicious vehicles, etc), or to report post-incident crimes or recent activities that require a police response to your location for non-emergency reports or investigation.
Dial 847-470-5200 to contact the Morton Grove Police Department non-emergency line for questions, requests or information.
Dial 847-663-3828 to report anonymous crime tips on the TipsHotLine.
Email email@example.com to email crime tips.
If you are unsure who to call, dial 911!
Please stay calm, remain on the line and be prepared to give as much information as possible, including: the nature of the incident, location of incident, your location, the suspects location or direction of travel, the suspects description (head to toe, special identifiers), the suspects vehicle description (color, make, model, license plate, condition, special identifiers).
The Village of Morton Grove announced that Smart911 is now available to all individuals. Smart911 is a free service that allows individuals and families to sign up online to provide key information to 9-1-1 call takers during an emergency. Smart911 allows citizens to create a Safety Profile at www.smart911.com for their household that includes any information they want 9-1-1 and response teams to have in the event of an emergency. When a citizen makes an emergency call, their Safety Profile is automatically displayed to the 9-1-1 call taker, allowing them to send the right response teams to the right location with the right information. Smart911 is currently available in 40 states and more than 1,500 municipalities across the country, and has been credited with positively impacting emergency outcomes. Citizens are encouraged to create their Safety Profile with Smart911 today to have their information immediately available to 9-1-1. Smart911 is private and secure, is only used for emergency responses, and only made available to the 9-1-1 system in the event of an emergency call.
“The resident can provide us with information in advance that they believe is important, which saves time and is more efficient in an emergency when stress levels are high, and communication is important but often difficult.” said Chief of Police Mike Simo
Go to www.smart911.com for more information and to sign up for this free service.
The Block Watch program is a voluntary program that asks property owners who have outdoor surveillance cameras to register their cameras with the Police Department. If a crime occurs in the neighborhood the Morton Grove Police Department may ask you to check your camera system to see if you captured a picture that may aid in our investigation. Police personnel will only ask to view footage relating to a specific criminal act for use as evidence to aid in ongoing investigations.
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