419 Richmond Road, Kenilworth IL 60043
Welcome to the Kenilworth Police Department home page. The
goal of this web site is to provide an additional means of assisting Kenilworth residents
with questions and also provide information about the Police Department and the services
The Kenilworth Police Department exists to protect our citizens and to provide a secure environment in which to pursue a quality lifestyle. To do so, the Kenilworth Police Department strives to work with the citizens to identify and correct areas of concern to the community. The goal of the Kenilworth Police Department is to continually improve the delivery of police services to the Village of Kenilworth.
***Kenilworth, Northfield & Winnetka Receives Results of Consultant Study of Potential Dispatch Consolidation***
In December 2011 the elected boards/councils of the Villages of Kenilworth, Northfield, and Winnetka, received the results of a feasibility study for a potential consolidation of police dispatch services. The three communities retained Elert and Associates to evaluate the feasibility of a consolidated dispatch effort. Elert and Associates’ feasibility report recommends the three communities consolidate their Public Safety Communications operations to improve emergency dispatch services and provide long-term capital expense savings. Copies of the Public Safety Communications Consolidation Study is available online at: Click here for a copy of the report.
Now Available! Online Payments
CRIME PREVENTION ALERTS
Emergency Notification System
The Kenilworth Police Department, in conjunction with other New Trier Township police and fire departments, offers an emergency notification service to residents and local businesses. The service is used to provide time-sensitive information regarding public health and safety situations such as lost children, emergency boil orders or environmental emergencies. The system is activated by geographical area and only provides notification to a list of pre-registered telephone numbers.
The service relies on a database of published phone numbers and, due to circumstances beyond our control, not all local phone numbers are listed in the system. To ensure that you are included in the notification database or to register an additional contact number--such as a work or cellular phone number in the event that you’re not home when the system is activated--click the following link: Subscribe to CodeRed
numbers submitted will be used for emergency
purposes only and will not be divulged to any other party for
any reason. For more information please call Lt. Dave Miller at
847-251-2141 or see http://www.coderedweb.com.
To find out what the current Homeland Security Threat Level is, click here:
The Illinois State Police now offers information on registered sex offenders as a public service for the protection of all children.
Help find a missing child.
1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) if you've seen one of these children
Send mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or comments about this web