Police Department

Responsibilities
The Lisle Police Department patrols and responds to calls for service in an area covering approximately 6-square miles. Officers pride themselves in performing their duties to the highest level of excellence.
View of Police Department Building
The Lisle Police Department also has an extensive variety of civilian support personnel, including Records Clerks, Community Service Officers and Crossing Guards.
  1. Community Policing

    See a variety of programs aimed at protecting and informing citizens and business owners throughout Lisle.

  2. Crime Prevention

    Locate a variety of crime prevention tips and methods along with related information to help keep you and the community safe.

  3. Curfew

    See details on the village curfew according to the Village Code Book, which applies to those under the age of 17.

  4. Freedom of Information Act

    Read about how all requests for public records, including those for police reports, are to be submitted in writing to the Freedom of Information Officer.

  5. Illinois State Police Sex Offender Information

    Visit the Illinois State Police Sex Offender resource for information on the registry.

  6. Parades & Events

    Find out what kind of events you need to have a special events permit for.

  7. Police Candidate Exam

    Find out what the requirements are to take the Police Candidate Exam.

  8. Records Bureau

    Locate information on parking tickers, accident reports, traffic violations, and more.

  9. Red Light Photo Enforcement Program

    Review the objectives of the Red Light Photo Enforcement Program.

  10. Volunteers 4 Lisle

    Check out the program that provides the public with an opportunity to volunteer for the Village of Lisle in a variety of ways.

  11. Emergency Management

    Emergency Management Agency