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Gurnee, Illinois – Information
Gurnee, Illinois is a village in Lake County, Illinois. The County Seat is Waukegan, Illinois. The village, as of 2010, had 31,295 citizens. It borders Waukegan and is considered part of the Chicago metropolitan area. It is known for housing Six Flags Great America and Gurnee Mills. Together, these entertainments draw about 26 million visitors annually.
Patrick Muetz, Village Administrator
325 N. O’Plaine
Gurnee, Illinois 60031
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The crime index in Gurnee Illinois in 2016 was 200.1 crimes to 100,000 people. There were 0 murders, 5 rapes, 8 robberies, 10 assaults, 55 burglaries, 1183 thefts, 31 auto thefts, and 0 arsons in 2016.
There are 27 registered sex offenders in the city as of April 2018. The ratio of number of residents to the number of sex offenders in Gurnee is 1,151.1.
Gurnee, Illinois – Police Department Information
Full time law enforcement employees in 2016 in Gurnee including police officers was 90. Sixty are officers. Officers per 1,000 residents is 1.93.
Our mission is to defend the lives, rights and quality of life of all the residents and visitors we serve with honor and integrity, Gurnee PD. The Department provides services 24 hour a day and is active in community-oriented policing and problem-solving. We place efforts in traffic, and DUI enforcement, crime prevention, neighborhood watch, gang preventions, and your assistance.
Gurnee Police Department
Kevin M. Woodside, Chief of Police
100 North O’Plaine Road
Gurnee, Illinois 60031
Phone: 847-599-7000Gurnee Police Dept
Gurnee, Illinois – Open Records Requests
The FOIA Request form an be located on the website at:Gurnee Village FOIA Request Form
Fill out and submit the form on the website.
Written requests can be mail, faxed, or emailed to:
Jack Linehan, FOIA Officer
325 N. O’Plaine, Illinois 60031
Gurnee, Illinois Police Department
100 N. O’Plaine, Illinois 60031
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information – Gurnee, 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 Gurnee, Illinois.
For information on warrants, contact the Sheriff’s Office:
Lake County Sheriff’s Office
Mark Curran, Sheriff
25 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue
Waukegan, Illinois 60085
Lake County Jail Website
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: https://apps03.lakecountyil.gov/inmatesearchmobile/default.aspx
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.
Gurnee Police Station Address: 100 North Oplaine Road, Gurnee, IL 60031, United States