Elmwood Park Police Dept Lodge #48

The Illinois Fraternal Order Of Police

About This Lodge

The Department is located in the Village’s Public Safety Building at 7420 W. Fullerton Avenue. The facility’s environment was designed to encourage citizen and police communication for the purpose of preventing crime in addition to the apprehension and processing of offenders. Our community enjoys a low crime rate and an excellent quality of life. We attribute this, in part, to our comprehensive approach to delivering police services. We begin by regularly analyzing our current crime trends and patterns. Then, we adjust our deterrent and investigative techniques to prevent, to the best of our ability, future incidents.

Address:

7420 W Fullerton Ave, Elmwood Park, IL 60707

Phone Number:

312-733-7776

district Number:

#5

Website:

www.elmwoodpark.org/services-safety/public-safety/police-department/

Frank Fagiano

Chief of Police

The Department is located in the Village’s Public Safety Building at 7420 W. Fullerton Avenue. The facility’s environment was designed to encourage citizen and police communication for the purpose of preventing crime in addition to the apprehension and processing of offenders. Our community enjoys a low crime rate and an excellent quality of life. We attribute this, in part, to our comprehensive approach to delivering police services. We begin by regularly analyzing our current crime trends and patterns. Then, we adjust our deterrent and investigative techniques to prevent, to the best of our ability, future incidents.

The Illinois Fraternal Order of Police honors the following mission: “To encourage fraternal, charitable, and social activities among law enforcement officers. To increase the efficiency of the law enforcement profession, and thus more firmly establish the confidence of the public in the service dedicated to the protection of life and property.”

The Mission of The illinois Fraternal Order of Police

Programs

Programs offered by our Community Oriented Policing Office include a railroad safety program designed for all ages, home and business security evaluations, community meetings and training seminars. To address immediate problems that you or other members of the community may experience, our Problem Oriented Policing (POP) Officer is there to quickly respond. This officer is not required to answer regular calls for service, thereby, allowing the officer the required time to continue focusing on your problem until it is resolved.