Lookup Arrests, Most Wanted, and Police Records in Alsip, 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
ALSIP, ILLINOIS INFORMATION:
Alsip, Illinois is a village in Cook County, Illinois. The population is 19,427 and the city is a suburb of Chicago, Illinois. The county seat of Cook County is Chicago and Cook County is the second most populous county in the United States. More than 45% of all Illinois residents live in Cook County. Tornado activity in the Village of Alsip is near the Illinois State average. This is 55% greater than the overall U.S. average for tornados. In 1990 a category F5 tornado hit 21.7 miles away from the Alsip village center and killed 29 people and injured over 350 people.
The village of Alsip’s government is a mayor, clerk and six trustees. These officials are elected for a 4- year term, and the mayor, clerk and three of the trustees are elected in the same year. The current mayor’s term is over in 2021.
John Ryan, Mayor
4500 W. 123rd Street
Alsip, IL 60803
There have been 0 murders in the Village of Alsip in 2016, 0 rapes, and 19 robberies per 100,000. Assaults are at 0 and burglaries are at 109 per 100,000. Theft is 407 per 100,000 and auto thefts are at 30 per 100,000. Arson is listed at 1 per 100,000 citizens.
The crime index is at 165.4 per 100,000 citizens and the U.S. average is 280.5 for the year 2016.
Alsip, Illinois Website
Alsip, Illinois – Police Station
There are 52 full time employees in the Police Department and officers per 1,000 residents is 1.97. This is lower than the Illinois average of 2.78 officer per 1,000 people.
Jay Miller, Chief
Village of Alsip Police Department
Jay Miller, Chief
400 W. 123rd Street
Alsip, IL 60803
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Country Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Alsip, Illinois:
The Sheriff’s Office of Cook County is the principal law enforcement serving Cook County, Illinois. There are over 6,900 members of the department. Because of the size of the department is divided into the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department, the Court Services Department, and the Department of Corrections. The Sheriff oversees all departments.
Thomas Dart, Sheriff
50 W. Washington
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Cook County Sheriff’s Website:
Cook County Sheriff’s Police
Cook County Jail
2700 South California Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Inmate Information: 773-674-5245
Sending money to an inmate’s account:
- Online or Telephone deposits
- Currency Exchange facilities
- Cash Pay Today locations
- United States Postal Service
- Jail’s lobby kiosks
- Call: 773-674-6860
The Cook County Department of Corrections is the largest single-site jail in the country. The daily jail population averages 7,5000 pretrial detainees.Cook County Corrections Department
If you believe you have a warrant in Cook County call the Sheriff’s Department at 312-603-6444.
Open Records Request in Alsip, Illinois
All requests for information relating to the Village of Alsip’s procedures and compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act are directed to:
Freedom of Information Officer c/o Clerk’s Office
4500 W. 123rd Street,
Alsip, IL 60803
Village of Alsip website:
Alsip Police Station Address: 4500 123RD St, Alsip, IL 60803, United States
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Calling Santa's Helpers! Can you help this sweet dog get back to its family for the holidays? Three-legged dog found this afternoon at 115th and Pulaski. This good boy is full of smiles and is now at the Animal Welfare League in Chicago Ridge. Thanks for working your magic! https://t.co/Dbg2dJUjZw
Wishing all of you a happy, safe, healthy Thanksgiving! We're grateful to protect and serve such an awesome community. Thank you for all the support, especially during this crazy 2020. We're here for you over the holidays, just call us if you need us! https://t.co/3ZJOo4I4rb
Spread some holiday cheer this year! It's needed more than ever! Join us for our annual Toy Drive running Nov. 16 - Dec. 11. Just drop off your donations in the village hall in the box across from the clerk's office. Thanks for helping make the season bright(er)! https://t.co/aNF8frEeZe