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Deerfield, Illinois – Information
Deerfield is a village in Lake County, Illinois. The County seat is Waukegan, Illinois. Deerfield is 25 miles north of Chicago and the population at the 2010 census was 18,225. Deerfield is the headquarters of Walgreens, Caterpillar, Inc. Baxter Healthcare, Fortune Brands Home & Security, US HQ Consumer Digest, and Takeda Pharmaceutical Company April 2018 the Deerfield Village Board passed an ordinance banning the sale, possession and manufacture of assault weapons.
Visit the Caspar Ott House which is the oldest building in Lake County and built in 1837, the George Luther House built in 1847, and the Bartle Sack Farmhouse built in 1854. These homes are all original although they have been relocated from their original sites.
Village of Deerfield, Illinois
Harriet Rosenthal, Mayor
850 Waukegan Road
Deerfield, Illinois 60015
Deerfield WebsiteDeerfield Village Website
The crime rate index in Deerfield, Illinois is 37.8 crimes to 100,000 residents. In 2016 there were 0 murders, 1 rape, 1 robbery, 3 assaults, 17 burglaries, 103 thefts, 3 auto thefts, and 0 arsons in Deerfield.
There are 4 registered sex offenders living in Deerfield as of April 2018. The ratio of residents to the number of sex offender is 4,673 to 1. Deerfield, Illinois crime index compared t other U.S. Cities is 10.7% higher than other U.S. cities.
Deerfield, Illinois – Police Department Information
Fulltime law enforcement employees in 2014 (the latest year information is available is 54. Of these law enforcement employees 39 are officers. Officer per 1,000 residents in Deerfield is 2.13.
The mission of the Deerfield, Illinois Police Department is to provide professional and ethical services t through partnerships with citizens and proactively identify risk to maintain Deerfield’s quality of life.
Deerfield Police Department
John J. Sliozis, Chief
850 Waukegan Road
Deerfield, Illinois 80015
Police Department WebsiteDeerfield Police Department
Deerfield Police Facebook
Village of Deerfield, Illinois – Open Records Request
For Public Information and General Government Records, fill out the form on the website at:Deerfield Village FOIA Request Form
Return form to:
Village of Deerfield Illinois
Kent S. Street, Village Manager
850 Waukegan Road
Deerfield, Illinois 60015
Email accessed through website atDeerfield Village Manager's Office
For Police RecordsLake County FOIA Request - Adult Corrections
Complete a FOIA for and fax, mail, email or hand deliver to the following FOIA Officers:
Chief Jennifer Witherspoon
Lake County Sheriff’s Office
Adult Corrections Facility
20 S. County Street
Waukegan, Illinois 60085
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information – Deer Park, Illinois
The Sheriff’s Department includes highway patrol, criminal investigations, court security, communications, warrants, civil processes, records, marine unit, reserve unit, and Lake County Emergency Management agency. The coordination of each department enables the Sheriff’s Department to provide protection and service to the residents of Beach Park.
Mark Curran, Sheriff
25 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue
Waukegan, Illinois 60085
Lake County Jail WebsiteLake County Jail
Facebook Sheriff’s Department:Lake Sheriff Facebook
The Lake County Adult Corrections Facility processed, monitors, and detains offenders in the Lake County area including the Village of Beach Park. The capacity of the jail is 740 inmates and no inmate is held in the country jail for more than 364 days. The jail is accredited through the American Correctional Association which reflects up to date policies and procedures. In 2016, the correctional facility earned the accreditation of the National Commission on Correctional Health Care. There are inmate programs, food service, library, and religious volunteer programs.
20 S County Street
Waukegan Illinois 60085
To locate an inmate, go to the website:
And fill out the form on that page. To put funds in an inmate’s account you can go online at Touchpay Website. Lobby kiosks using cash or credit/debit card or call tollfree 866-232-1899.Lake County Inmate Commissary Deposit
Deerfield Police Station Address: 850 Waukegan Rd, Deerfield, IL 60015, United States
Deerfield Police Officers are increasing education and enforcement efforts related to distracted driving in the month of April. Distracted driving is dangerous, claiming 3,166 lives in 2017 alone. We can all play a part in reducing the number of lives lost to distracted driving. https://t.co/hLMDqLMPtB
Did you know looking at your phone for only FIVE SECONDS at 55mph is enough time to cover the distance of an entire football field?? Make sure you ARRIVE ALIVE and PARK YOUR PHONE before driving. April is distracted driving awareness month. Please think smart and drive safe! https://t.co/2k4iqZRryl
The "Move Over" Law -- Scott's Law mandates that when approaching any police or other emergency vehicle stopped along the roadway, you must:
- proceed with due caution
- change lanes if possible
- reduce your speed https://t.co/fRCXjXcabo
Our thoughts and prayers go to The Illinois State Police and the family of Trooper Gerald Ellis who was traveling westbound on I-94 when a wrong way driver struck his patrol squad head on. Please keep Trooper Ellis in your thoughts and prayers. https://t.co/jkxUPrhha1
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Illinois State Police and the family and loved ones of Trooper Brooke Jones-Story who was fatally struck today while conducting a traffic stop on a semi tractor-trailer. Your dedication and sacrifice will never be forgotten. RIP Sister. https://t.co/HcATHkQTnS
April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and April 21-27, 2019 is Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week. DPD has partnered with other law enforcement agencies to bring additional awareness about the dangers of distracted driving throughout the month. https://t.co/gLejoooZ1E
#BuzzedDriving is drunk driving. Arrange a sober #DesignatedDriver before you head out to celebrate. Our officers and officers state and nation wide will also be out in an attempt to stop drunk drivers. Please stay safe during this holiday weekend! #StPatricksDay2019 ☘️👮🏻♂️🚓 https://t.co/02OvhFhTb6
#FeelGoodFriday Thank you to Zac's Zoo for the donation of stuffed animals we will be able to give to children we encounter on a call or in the station who may need comfort. The mission of Zac’s Zoo is to provide calmness, security, and comfort to children in crisis. https://t.co/lZY9tqlH46
Our thoughts & prayers are with the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office and the family of Deputy Jacob Keltner who passed away this afternoon after attempting to serve an arrest warrant. Your dedication and sacrifice will never be forgotten. May your memory be eternal Deputy Keltner. https://t.co/HPMAehnfJh
Throughout the month of March, we will be participating in extra speed enforcement throughout town. This includes main roadways as well as neighborhoods. Please slow down and arrive alive! Be safe and drive smart! #slowdown #police #speedenforcement #ArriveAlive https://t.co/LJGYlWlOjw
FEEL GOOD FRIDAY: Deerfield Police Officers are proud to show off their @elliestrongIL bracelets in support of Ellie Cuiching! Ellie is a 14 year old girl who has been battling an aggressive brain tumor since she was 6 years old. Visit https://t.co/VAViOXg1Ci to learn more! 💚 https://t.co/wjzC1mQXfQ
Stop by McCalisters (663 Lake Cook) Rd and visit the Deerfield police table for some prizes & view the police car. McCalisters is providing a free meal for first responders, nurses, doctors, teachers, military, veterans and spiritual leaders! #mycommunityhero #happyvalentinesday https://t.co/opGyv2SQTW
Over the last 72 hours, DPD has taken 3 Stolen Vehicle reports. In all 3 incidents, vehicles were left unlocked, with the keys inside. Several additional Burglary to Motor Vehicle were reported. Please help us by locking your vehicles and reporting any and all suspicious activity
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Lake County until 6PM Monday. It is expected for low visibilities and rapid snow accumulations into the early morning commute. Drive carefully, allow extra time and be prepared if you get stranded. https://t.co/9zJm76NQIk