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Tinley Park Police Department
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Welcome to the Village of Tinley Park Police Department web page. The police department has more than 150 employees committed to serving the public.

Our mission is to work with the community to provide professional police services. Tinley Park enjoys a low crime rate, but the community is not crime free. We ask that all community members call us when they need police services or if they see something amiss. The police department needs your input to assist us in doing our job.

We have several programs to enhance the safety of the community. From school safety to traffic safety to neighborhood patrols, our commitment is to make Tinley Park a wonderful and safe place to work, shop and live. If you have any suggestions, concerns or comments, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Respectfully,
 
Steve Neubauer
Chief of Police
(708) 444-5300

Mission statement
We, the members of the Tinley Park Police Department, in partnership with the community, are dedicated to providing professional police services. We are committed to serve with integrity and compassion, and strive to improve the quality of life within the community of Tinley Park.

About the department

The Tinley Park Police Department currently maintains a staff of 76 full-time police officers, seven reserve officers, 30 crossing guards and 39 full- and part-time civilian personnel.

The police department is split into two sections:


Upcoming events
Coloring Contest
The Tinley Park Police Department is holding its 2016 Coloring Contest for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. This year’s contest features the theme, “Be a Friend, Don’t Be a Bully: Stick Up for Someone” and depicts a cartoon cat defending a girl dog from a boy dog. Students must attend a Tinley Park school during the 2016-2017 year, and only one entry per child will be accepted. The entry form is available by clicking here and, once completed, should be mailed or dropped off to the Tinley Park Police Department, 7850 W. 183rd St. by Monday, July 11. A winner from each grade level will be announced. Students who are chosen will receive a ride to school in a police car during the first week of classes.

National Night Out
The Tinley Park Police Department will host its National Night Out Against Crime event from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 2 in Zabrocki Plaza at 173rd Place and Oak Park Avenue. Attendees will be able to visit with Tinley Park police officers, firefighters, Public Works employees, paramedics, Emergency Management Agency personnel and representatives from local businesses. Click here for more information on the night's activities.

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Contact Us
For emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call (708) 532-9111.