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.
Thank you for taking an interest in our Department and Community. We hope you find this site interesting and informative.
See Something… Say Something!
“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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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).
Congratulations Class of 2017
• If you allow or host a party at your house and provide alcohol to people under age 21 (or if you know or should have known that they are drinking alcohol), you are guilty of a Class A misdemeanor. This will result in a fine. You are held responsible regardless if you are the one who provides the alcohol AND regardless if you are home or not.
• If a minor who was drinking at your house injures or kills someone, you are guilty of a Class 4 felony. This could result in both a fine and/or jail time.
The Northwest Suburban Police Consortium is currently accepting applications for the positions of Police Officer
Applications are available at recruitment.iosolutions.com until May 12, 2017.