Lookup Arrests, Most Wanted, and Police Records in Collinsville, IL. Results: Inmate List, Jail Records, Jail Roster Number, Warrants, Mugshot, Charges, Dispositions, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Eyes, Height, Weight, Sex, Age, Hair
Collinsville, Illinois – Information
Collinsville, Illinois is in Madison County and the county seat is Edwardsville. The city of Collinsville had a population of 25,579 in 2010 which was an increase from 24,707 in 2000. Collinsville is about 12 miles from St. Louis, Missouri, and considered part of the St. Louis’ metro east area. It is the home of the Brooks Catsup Bottle Water which is the world largest ketchup bottle. Collinsville is also the world’s horseradish capital and produces about 85% of the world’s horseradish. Monks Mount, the largest man-made earthwork in North America is part of the Cahokia Mounds State Historic site located here in Collinsville, Illinois.
John Miller, Mayor
125 W. Center Street
Collinsville, Illinois 62234
The crime index in Collinsville is 210.8 crimes per 100,000 people. In 2016 there were 0 murders, 10 rapes, 9 robberies, 34 assaults, 109 burglaries, 586 thefts, 41 auto thefts and 2 arsons. There are 35 registered sex offenders living in Collinsville, Illinois as of April 2018. The ratio of resident in Collinsville to the numbers of sex offenders is 707 to 1. The crime index in Collinsville compared to other U.S. cities is 64.4% higher.
Collinsville, Illinois Website:Collinsville City Website
Collinsville, Illinois – Police Department
Full time law enforcement employees in 2015 (the latest year statistics are available) is 53 and 40 are police officers. Offers per 1,000 residents is 1.62.
The Collinsville Police Depart celebrates and builds on its history. The PD is committed to the implementation of new strategies to better serve the needs of the city. The PD develop partnerships with businesses and residential communities to accomplish policing goals.
Collinsville, Illinois Police Department
Steve Evans, police Chief
200 West Clay St.
Collinsville, Illinois 62234
618-213 x 5100Collinsville Police Dept
Collinsville, Illinois – Open Records Requests
Complete a Request for Public Records form, or request in any other written form and present it to the FOIA Officer.
Collinsville City Hall
Collinsville FOIA Officer
125 South Center Street
The form is found on the city’s FOIA website at:Collinsville City FOIA Request Form
Requests for records for the FOIA Police Department.
Police Department FOIA Officer
Collinsville Police Department
200 West Clay
The form is accessed on the FOAI website at:Collinsville Police FOIA Request
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information – Collinsville, Illinois
To find an open warrant in the Bethalto, Illinois, fill out the form listed on the righthand side of the Illinois Jail Roster webpage. Hit search and follow the instructions. Be aware that Madison County jail doesn’t maintain an online inmate roster. You will need to call 618-692-6087 and make an inquiry directly to a jail officer. Provide the first and last name of the inmate, ID number of date of birth.
If you need to deposit to an inmate’s commissary account, use a postal money order. The maximum amount of money you can deposit is $50.00. Send to the jail at:
Inmate Name & Sheriff’s ID
405 Randle Street
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Information for the Sheriff’s Department is:
John D. Lakin, Sheriff
615 Madison Avenue
Collinsville Police Station Address: 200 W Clay St, Collinsville, IL 62234, United States
Our department went out again yesterday to check alcohol sale compliance with our city’s businesses. This time around, our local businesses mostly did a better job of checking ID and not selling to the under aged. Our press release is attached. https://t.co/MMDa1XOzns
Well, winter is back. Our folks downstairs in the Graphic Design division have put a map together to show the estimated snowfall amounts and other pertinent weather conditions. It was done with a lot of input from the Meteorology and Climate division. We think it turned out nice. https://t.co/PFXJL8l73x
Some people (mostly men) will tell you #ValentineDay was created by greeting card companies, florists, & chocolatiers to push sales & make men feel inadequate. But it's a day to tell that special someone they're special. More importantly, you get to eat chocolate without guilt. https://t.co/9CUCVAGzND
Have you ever been to dinner only to later find a chunk of broccoli between your teeth? And you say to yourself, “Why didn’t they say something?” We are a lot more effective when you let us know what is happening. Our message is this: If you see something, say something. https://t.co/DuFbyEyhZ6