The Lisle Police Department is located in an award winning state of the art facility at Route 53 and Short Street. Personnel perform the full range of Police duties and provide the following services:
Safety town for Kindergarten and First Grade Students
School Resource Officers
Special Events Security
The Lisle Police Department utilizes the latest technology in detection, radio, computer and photographic equipment. Squad cars are equipped with video cameras and dual directional radar units to document evidence. Ongoing training ensures personnel provide a high quality of service to the community.
DuPage County Emergency Services
Unincorporated areas of Lisle are served by the DuPage County Sheriff.
The Lisle Woodridge Fire Protection District protects the Village of Lisle, most of the Village of Woodridge and unincorporated DuPage County areas outside village boundaries. The District provides fire and paramedic services and has specialized teams that respond to technical rescues, hazardous materials and underwater rescue and recovery calls. It also provides the following services:
Class One Rating
The Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District is 1 of only 42 Fire Departments nationwide that hold the ISO “Class One” Rating. This is the insurance industry’s highest rating for a Fire Department and reflects the quality of personnel, equipment, station locations, water supply and communications capability. Chief Tom Freeman was named Illinois 2005 Chief of the Year.
Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District
This is a separate taxing district overseen by 5 trustees appointed by the Chairman of the DuPage County Board. Access more information about the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Protection District.