Lookup Arrests, Most Wanted, and Police Records in Morton Grove, 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
Morton Grove, Illinois – Information
Morton Grove, Illinois is a village in Cook County. The county seat of Cook County is Chicago. As of the 2010 census the population in Morton Grove was 23,270. The government is a President and Trustee type of government. Morton Grove is the headquarters of the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity. Morton Grove contains a huge mix of people. It was originally founded by those of German ancestry but has gained many Filipino immigrants as well as those from India, Pakistan, and Syria. By 2010, Morton Grove has the largest Asian community on the North Shore. Now the population is 74% white, 22% Asian, 4% Hispanic and 0.6% Black. Morton Grove, Illinois is also the first town in American to prohibit the possession of handguns.
Morton Grove, Illinois
Daniel P. DiMaria, Mayor
6101 Capulina Avenue
Morton Grove, Illinois 60053
Morton Grove WebsiteMorton Grove Village Website
The crime index in Morton Grove, Illinois in 2016 was 54.2 crimes per 100,000 people. In 2016 there were 0 murders, 0 rapes, 3 robberies, 8 assaults, 57 burglaries, 144 thefts 6 auto thefts, and 1 arson. There are 5 registered sex offenders living in Morton Grove a of May 2016. The ratio of resident in Morton Grove to the number of sex offenders I 4,661 to 1.
Morton Grove, Illinois – Police Department Information
In 2018 there are 75 members of the PD who are divided into Patrol, Field, Support Services, and Administrative Staff. The sworn officers are dedicated professionals who provide exception al service to the citizens of Morton Grove. We are committed to providing professional police service and to maintaining the safest possible environment to preserve Morton Grove’s status as a great place to live and work.
Morton Grove, Illinois PD
Michael Simo, Chief of Police
6101 Capulina Avenue
Morton Grove, Illinois 60053
Fax: 847-96-2950Morton Grove Police Dept
Morton Grove, Illinois – Open Records Requests
The Freedom of Information Act requires all public bodies make public records available to the public. Send in written request or complete the Freedom of Information Request online at:Morton Grove Village FOIA Request
Village of Morton Grove, Illinois
Teresa Hoffman Liston – Corporation Counsel
6101 Capulina Avenue
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Morton Grove, 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 it is divided into the Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department, the Court Services Department, and the Department of Corrections. The Sheriff oversees all departments.
Contact the Sheriff’s Department for all warrant information.
Thomas Dart, Sheriff
50 W. Washington
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Sheriff’s Department Website:Cook County Sheriff
Cook County Jail
2700 South California Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60608
The Cook County Department of Corrections is the largest single-site jail in the country. There are 100,000 inmate that circulate through the jail on an annual basis. The daily jail population is around 7,500 inmates. 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
Cook County Corrections Website:Cook County Corrections Dept
Morton Grove Police Station Address: 6101 Capulina Ave, Morton Grove, IL 60053, United States
VEHICLE SAFETY RECALLS WEEK - The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is hosting Vehicle Safety Recalls Week from March 8-12, 2021. #vehiclesafety #NHTSA #CheckForRecalls https://t.co/3A9cJ4fTb0
POLICE OFFICER WORKSHOP - Harper College is offering a live, online police officer training workshop Saturday, 3/13, from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Learn everything you need to know about becoming a police officer.
On Sunday, 2/21, Officer Jurasz was invited to an event called Camp Cocoa at Harrer Park. He was proud to assist by calling up the color guard and leading everyone in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Thank you to Cub Scout Pack 228 and Boy Scout Troop 228 for including MGPD! https://t.co/xNIDd3ww97
Recent heavy snowfalls have resulted in salt & ice melt products being used on sidewalks & roadways. Be sure to inspect your dog’s paws periodically to make sure they are in good shape. Attached are tips for what you can do before, during, and after walks. https://t.co/qGg42yfToR
This Cottontail Rabbit was found injured earlier today. After the animal was freed from the fence it was stuck in, our ACO was able to transport the rabbit to a nearby wildlife rehabilitation center for care, where they expect it to make a full recovery. Great job ACO Glowacz! https://t.co/qzBVTQAyER
PROMOTION CEREMONY - This is a bit delayed, but it's never too late to celebrate a joyous and important occasion.
On January 25th, Detective Johnson was promoted to Sergeant at the Village Board of Trustees Board Meeting. Please join us in congratulating Sergeant Johnson! https://t.co/3FygMtc82z
Detective Schuette will once again be teaching his class on evidence and crime scene processing for the Citizens Police Academy. Don't forget to sign up for the Citizens Police Academy today before all the spots fill up! Applications are due soon.
FTC - Scammers can rig caller ID to look like they’re calling from the police department. If it doesn't seem right or you're in doubt, you can always call our non-emergency number or 911 to verify what you’re being told. Don’t rely on caller ID.
#tbt 2009. Officer (Ret.) Roberts enjoying a sunny, June day outside of Officer Barry Shalin ( #109) Memorial Park. June . . . that sounds soooo nice right about now! #ThrowbackThursday #summer #warmweatherplease☀️ https://t.co/UBYhIN2TP8
There’s more snow and a lot of it. Oh yeah, it’s 8 degrees outside. Please be careful when outdoors and traveling.
But, on a brighter and more savory note, it’s Fat Tuesday. What’s your favorite type of pączki? If you’re not a fan, what is your go-to food on this day? https://t.co/7UnFbCwQkr
WINTER STORM WARNING Dangerous travel, low visibility, heavy snow, and cold temperatures expected. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 13 inches are expected, with locally higher amounts possible, especially near the lake. Wind chills near 20 degrees below zero are expected. https://t.co/WGa6s8yjdR
VirTra, Inc. helps prepare law enforcement officers for real-life incidents. Interested in learning more about it? Sign-up for the Citizens Police Academy now and you can try the VirTra simulator. Spots are limited. https://t.co/TUclr4CnAW https://t.co/Lt8T0mFe5e
TBT. May, 2010. Sgt. Przekota conducting a seatbelt enforcement initiative. We look forward to warm weather so we can wear short sleeves again. Since we're talking about it, buckle up! #throwbackthursday #buckleupforsafety #warmweatherplease https://t.co/5kWTbVy5Oq
EMERGENCY WATER MAIN REPAIR - Crews continue to work on a water main break. Eastbound Golf Rd. lane closure, just east of Waukegan Rd. Crews expected to be there for another few hours. Slow down. Exercise caution. @WBBMNewsradio @WBBM780Traffic @IDOTDistrict1 https://t.co/XEX1ELORV1
Last week, Officer Jurasz spoke to the kindergarten class at Jerusalem Lutheran School. They talked about what police officers do to help keep the Morton Grove community safe.
They also talked about vehicle safety and reminded them about always being properly buckled in. https://t.co/njHgU9ET4A