Lookup Arrests, Most Wanted, and Police Records in Bartlett, 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
Bartlett, Illinois Information
Bartlett is a village in Cook, DuPage, and Kane Counties. The major county is Cook County and the County seat is Chicago. There are 41,208 people living in Bartlett. The Village is named after Luther Bartlett who donated money and 20 acres towards the construction of a train depot. Bartlett is a family-oriented and safe community. It is a great place to live, work, and shop. Community pride is a way of life.
The city is located just northwest of Chicago and is 21 miles from O’Hare Airport.
The city government is a mayor/council form of government and they are elected for a four-year term.
228 S. Main Street, IL 60103
The crime index of Bartlett, Illinois is 44.7 per 100,000 citizens. This is lower than the U.S. average of 241.6. there were 18 registered sex offenders living in Bartlett Illinois as of March 2018. The number of registered sex offenders compared to the number of residents is much smaller than the state average. The crime rate in Bartlett, Illinois is 13% higher than other cities in the U.S. In 2016 there 2343 0 murders, 1 rape, 8 robberies, 23 assaults, 17 burglaries, 226 thefts, 7 auto thefts, and 3 arsons.
Bartlett, Illinois – Police Station Information
Full time law enforcement employees in Bartlett include 70 employees of which 52 are officers. The ration of citizens to officers is 1.24. The Bartlett PD is CALEA Accredited which is an accreditation that proves a law enforcement agency demonstrates commitment to excellence in law enforcement.
Chief of Police
228 S Main Street
Bartlett, IL 60103
Departments in the PD are investigations, records sections, parking enforcement, crossing guards, crime prevention, school resource officers, property control/court liaison and accreditation. There is also a patrol section, directed patrol, canine unit, traffic, and computer crimes/int.
A new facility for the police department was started in 2017 and will finish in 2018. It will accommodate the employees of the police department, have conference rooms, and expanded areas for investigations.
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Barrett, Illinois
No Jail is Listed for Barrington, Illinois. The County Seat of Chicago offers the following information: Each county in the State of Illinois has one detention center. Information is listed for Cook County.
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 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 75,000 pretrial detainees.
Open Records Request in Bartlett Illinois
All records are available in accordance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act.
You will need to login to the Village of Bartlett Freedom of Information Center.
Bartlett Police Station Address: 228 S Main St, Bartlett, IL 60103, United States
Looks like it’s time to break out the TaunTauns tonight (please don’t mind the smell). Echo Base (NWS) has issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 6 pm tonight through Saturday morning with 3-5” accumulating snowfall expected. Please drive safely if you need to head out https://t.co/jLTrCe825s
Please be aware that Governor JB Pritzker instructed the United States flag to be lowered to half-staff until sunset on Sat 1/25/20 in honor & remembrance of United States Army SPC Miguel Angel Villalon of Aurora, IL. https://t.co/zk0l2fN5Wu
Looking to safely get rid of your old prescription medication? Village of Bartlett is hosting a FREE prescription drug drop off at Village Hall this Sat 1/25 from 9 am - 12 pm. NO SHARPS or INHALERS will be accepted. This program is open to Bartlett & surrounding area residents. https://t.co/XC63orcumv
Bartlett Police Department will be hosting a FREE Active Shooter Response Training on Thur Feb 6, 2020 from 6-8pm.
This event is open to Bartlett residents & businesses, however attendees must be 18 years or older. Click the link below to register:
Congratulations to Sergeant Robert Sweeney who recently graduated from the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety School of Police Staff and Command. He also recently celebrated his 15 year anniversary with the Bartlett Police Department. https://t.co/7aTvPjzlhD
On this MLK Day of Service, BAPS Charities presented a check in the amount of $5001.00 to the Bartlett Police FOP Lodge 252 to be used for its charitable efforts such as supporting Special Olympics Illinois & Lurie Children’s Hospital. Thank you for your warm generosity. https://t.co/bSuRIuXrRI
Please drive safely to prevent making mistakes or just happy little accidents on the roadways. NWS is predicting 2-4” of snow starting around the evening rush hour & then switching over to sleet & freezing rain late Friday night into early Saturday morning. https://t.co/rZbd5WYJlJ
Please be aware that Governor JB Pritzker instructed the United States flag to be lowered to half-staff until sunrise on Sat 1/18/20 in honor & remembrance of United States Army SPC Henry Jarrett “Mitch” Mayfield Jr. of Hazel Crest, IL. https://t.co/GBLQLlvC8p
Watch out for the possibility of freezing drizzle & slick roadway conditions during your morning commute. Clear your windows, slow down, increase your stopping distance, and give yourself extra time to reach your destination. https://t.co/b7fjtUhXdE
Beware of smishing scams. Don’t be so quick to click on a link or reply to a text message from a number you don’t recognize (even if it appears to be from a bank or a store). Just block & delete these text messages. Don’t reply “STOP” to cancel or stop receiving smishing scams. https://t.co/3EERfdBV33
Watch Out for Snow & Ice, Ice Baby!
All right stop. Collaborate & listen
3-5” of snow & roads will glisten
Will it ever stop?
Yo, we hope so
The latest forecast calls for .02 of ice & snow
Slick & slippery roads might be
So stay in your home & drink hot tea https://t.co/9orgt8Lj1n
We are very blessed to serve this great community! Thanks to the residents, Artis Senior Living, Home Depot & Bartlett Elementary & St Peter Damian Religious Ed students for dropping of donuts, cookies, fruit & cards in recognition of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. https://t.co/StM84mkZgA