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Joliet, Illinois – Information
Joliet, Illinois is the county seat of Will County and a major part of the southwest Chicago metropolitan area. At the 2010 census the population of Joliet was 147,433 and is the fourth largest city in Illinois. Joliet’s history revolves around the Des Plaines River and the DuPage River. Other waterways that move through the city limits include Hickory Creek, Spring, Creek the historic Illinois and Michigan Canal, Jackson Creek and Aux Sable Creek. There are many small lakes and bodies of water in Joliet.
City of Joliet, Illinois
Bob O’Dekirk, Mayor
150 W. Jefferson Street
Joliet, Illinois 60432
Joliet WebsiteJoliet City Website
The crime index in Joliet, Illinois for 2016 is 197.6 for every 100,000 residents. In 2016 there were 10 murders, 51 rapes, 128 robberies, 229 assaults, 517 burglaries, 2,143 thefts, 141 auto thefts, and 64 arsons. There are 220 registered six offender living in Joliet, Illinois as of May 2018. The ratio of residents in Joliet to the number of sex offenders is 666 to 1.
City of Joliet – Police Department Information
As of 2016 there are 330 full time enforcement employees. Of the 338 employees, 272 are sworn officers. Officers per 1,000 residents in Joliet is 1.78.
The mission of the Joliet Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of Joliet by working with the community for a safe city. We pledge to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear, and provide a safe environment in which to live, work and recreate, and to do so within the framework of the United States Constitution. We are committed to providing the highest quality of police service to our community.
Divisions in the PD include Administration, Investigations, Operations, and Technical Services
Joliet PD – Main Station
Brian Benton, Chief of Police
150 W Washington Street
Joliet, Illinois 60432
7196 W Caton Farm Road
Plainfield, Illinois 60586
Phone: 815-724-3100Joliet Police Dept
City of Joliet – Open Records Request
The City of Joliet complies with the standards set by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
All request for records must be in writing and preferably on a City of Joliet Freedom of Information Request Form. Submit your request to the city clerk. Request can be submitted in person to the City Clerk’s Office.
Mail, fax, or email your requests to:
City of Joliet
City Clerk – FOIA Officer
150 W. Jefferson Street
Joliet, Illinois 60432
Records Request WebsiteJoliet City FOIA Request
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Joliet, Illinois
The Sheriff’s Department in Will County is the back-up law enforcement department for Joliet, Illinois. The mission of the Will County Sheriff’s Office is the protection of human life and maintaining a safe, peaceful environment in which constitutional rights are safeguarded.
Contact the Sheriff’s Department for any warrant information.
Mike Kelley, Sheriff
14 W Jefferson St.
Joliet, IL 60432
Phone: 815-727-8575Will County Sheriff
To find an active warrant visitWill County Warrants
and do a search. The information is updated on a daily basis. Warrants will not be confirmed over the phone.
95 S Chicago St.
Joliet, IL 60436
The Will County Adult Detention Facility offer safe and humane detention of those waiting for trail or serving criminal sentences. The Detention facility is not a correctional facility and rehabilitation is not a function or goal. The facility does encourage inmates to participate in program that help them avoid re-incarceration.
Inmates are allowed opportunities to maintain relationships with friends and family. Will County Adult Detention center has a liberal visitation schedule.
Log onto the website at:Will County Inmate Commissary Deposits
to pay bills and put money on an inmates commissary account.
Joliet Police Station Address: 150 W Washington St, Joliet, IL 60432, United States
JPD "Tip Tuesday" // Please, do NOT post your COVID-19 vaccination card on social media or online! Doing so opens the door to identity theft!
Visit the @FTC article for more information: https://t.co/BFuOcdu09G
Some great info & reminders from Joliet Township Animal Control regarding animals left outside in cold weather. This can be considered Animal Cruelty under City of Joliet Ordinance 6-6.
To read the complete ordinance, please visit: https://t.co/fPfXVMCO36
Some great space heater tips from the @ILFireMarshal during this super cold weekend. https://t.co/VgSghh6lAo
If you plan to use a portable or space heater to help stay warm during this arctic cold snap keep safety in mind! Use these 7 highly effective portable heater safety habits to stay safe and warm. #heatingsafety #FireSafetyTips https://t.co/hdHZmZ86kf
Through our annual 'Bucks For Beards' program, @JolietPolice raised ~$4000 for @bbbswillgrundy in Nov 2020.
If you would like to donate to BBBS, or learn more about what they do, you can do so at https://t.co/0IbWoHWA3V.
#jolietpolice #bbbswillgrundy #bigbrothersbigsisters https://t.co/mTf0yrSf9R
COJ crews are still out working to clear the streets. If you’re out & about, take your time and keep good braking/following distance to prevent avoidable accidents/crashes. https://t.co/U1iiEhmgcC
With over 9” of snow in the Joliet area crews will continue snow plowing operations. We will be mobilizing contractors to assist with the residential areas.
As always please give the plow trucks plenty of room to work.
We would like to thank the public for their cooperation https://t.co/F246KHJSa3
Looks like we’re in for more snow this afternoon & evening. If you do have to be out driving, please slow down & increase braking/following distance to avoid unnecessary accidents and help prevent crashes. https://t.co/hCniKJRrbD
Good Saturday Morning! A quiet start to today but not a quiet end... ❄️❄️
No significant change since last night for forecast snowfall magnitude, timing, & impacts later today and especially this evening. Travel after dark will be hazardous & potentially dangerous.
#ILwx #INwx https://t.co/Eiipco8kzJ
Joliet, Illinois (January 28, 2021) – On January 28, 2021 at approximately 10:33AM, Joliet Police Officers were involved in an Officer-involved shooting in the 1200 Block of Nicholson Street. The scene has turned over to the Will-Grundy Major Crimes Task Force for investigation. https://t.co/L4RSj2qzwv
Another reminder as we get closer to the IL REAL start date of 10/1/21.
You DO need an IL REAL ID if you:
•Do not have a valid U.S. passport or passport card AND use airplanes as a mode of domestic transportation
•Visit military bases
•Visit secure federal facilities (1/3) https://t.co/2FhI42UccC
#JPDTipTuesday // For those out driving this morning, 2 quick reminders:
•Wipers On, Lights On!
•Windshield must cleared of snow before driving (NOT like shown).
Not doing both is not only dangerous, but failing to do either of these can result in a traffic citation! https://t.co/LrA9OWeMvG
The @ILfoodbank is hosting a 'Pop-Up Market' TODAY (1/23) from 9am-12pm at @JolietJrCollege. Fresh FREE groceries (fruits, vegetables, dairy products, meat, etc) available! No ID needed!
For more info, visit: https://t.co/dZlnViSsoh