Changes to Police Operations – COVID-19 Response

The Lisle Police Department is committed to abiding by the CDC recommendations to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. To safeguard the health of our police employees, continue to protect the health and safety of the public, and to ensure the high standard of service delivered to the public is not unduly interrupted, the following Police Department Operating procedures will be adhered to for the near future as the status of the COVID-19 virus is monitored.

Emergency Calls for Service

Officers will continue to respond to all emergency calls for service. These emergency calls will include, but not be limited to: 

  • Calls Involving Violence/Probability of Violence/Threat of Violence  
  • Crimes in Progress
  • All Domestic Disturbances
  • Traffic Accidents 
  • Burglar/Hold-Up Alarm Calls
  • Suspicious Persons/Vehicle
  • Ambulance Calls Involving Serious Injury/Unconsciousness/Possibility of Death
  • All Other Calls Deemed To Require an Immediate Police Response by the On-Duty Police Supervisor

Non-Emergency Calls For Service

All non-emergency calls for service that require a police report, such as thefts, criminal damage to property, or harassing phone calls, will be handled by the officer contacting the complainant by telephone and taking the report over the phone. The complainant will be required to provide all necessary information to the officer.  The complainant will be provided with a Lisle Police Report Number and any other follow up information at this time.

Other Police Services - Updated June 8, 2020

  • Until further notice, the following police department services will be suspended.
  • Police Department Tours
  • Community Service duties deemed non-essential
  • The police lobby is the only area that will be accessible to the public
The Lisle Police Department will continue to be here to provide an emergency response and public service for the community as we adapt to try and prevent further spread of this virus. Thank you for understanding the need to take these necessary steps so we can ensure the safety of our officers, employees, and the public.