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Joliet Illinois Police Station Address: 150 W Washington St, Joliet, IL 60432, United States


6 months ago
We extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and coworkers of Will County Corrections Officer Kevin Brewer. https://t.co/qhF07b1zyi

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9 months ago
Friday @texasroadhouse in Joliet between 11 and 2 pm, our officers will be serving free lunch. Leave a tip that goes to Special Olympics! https://t.co/kP4fAEAvfV

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2 years ago
Now accepting applications for the position of police officer. https://t.co/joQgcWc1LO

2 years ago
Be aware of IRS tax scams. Follow these tips from the IRS to protect yourself. https://t.co/CQUyyrIIpL

2 years ago
Help identify these battery suspects. Contact Detective Martinez at 815-724-3383 with information. https://t.co/wHwf5tP1FZ

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Please do not report crime here. If you have an emergency call 911, if you would like to report a crime call 815-724-3100. If you are looking for more information about the Joliet Police Department, please visit https://jolietpolice.org.
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Joliet Police Department3 days ago

Be careful driving in this weather today. Roads are slick due to the snow. Oh, and as a reminder: the public swimming pools open in just over a month.

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Joliet Police Department6 days ago

The Joliet 9-1-1 Center is proud to announce that veteran dispatcher James Bagley is Joliet 9-1-1’s 2018 Telecommunicator of the Year. James started in Joliet in 2005, and is an exemplary dispatcher who continues to strive to improve, excel, and innovate, not only for his own skill set and personal satisfaction, but for our center as well. He is a seasoned and skilled police dispatcher outstanding in critical, rapidly evolving incidents. He applies critical thinking and is always planning ahead to resolve problems before they can occur.

Jim is one of the 9-1-1 center’s training officers, and as such, he makes sure that he gives trainees the assistance that they need, while also challenging them to think critically. This allows the new hires to be able to make good decisions in stressful situations, as well as develop the critical thinking skills needed to dispatch well. Jim also makes sure to give positive reinforcement so that trainees can develop the confidence needed to be a skilled dispatcher.

Congratulations and thank you for your dedication, Jim!

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Joliet Police Department1 week ago

It’s National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! Our dispatchers are always at the ready to answer your 911 calls, no matter the weather conditions or time of day. The police department’s Communications Center is the backbone of our efforts to address emergencies throughout the City of Joliet while also keeping our first responders safe. This week, we celebrate our dispatchers for their continued efforts to keep us all connected while they help those during their greatest time of need.

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Joliet Police Department2 weeks ago

On an otherwise cold and dreary day, we raised some fresh new flags. We are proud to show our colors.

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Joliet Police Department2 weeks ago

We were recently surprised with a donated box of tennis balls and some dog treats, thanks to Mr. John Jones. He wanted to wish us success with our newest K9 partners. As part of their training, the dogs are conditioned to receive tennis balls as a “treat” for a job well done. Of course, they don’t last very long once the dogs start chewing them, so we go through lots of tennis balls. Officer Stapleton and Nevil were very happy to receive their new gifts. Our other four-legged officers greatly appreciate the gesture as well. Thank you, Mr. Jones!

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Joliet Police Department2 weeks ago

The Joliet Police Department is Conducting Distracting Driving Enforcement from April 16th through April 30th, 2018.

In support of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Joliet Police Department is conducting enforcement from April 16th through 30th. This campaign will focus on enforcement of applicable State distracted driving laws in addition to other traffic laws.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):

● 3,477 people were killed and an estimated 391,000 injured in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers in 2015. That is a 9-percent increase in fatalities as compared to the previous year.
● 10 percent of fatal crashes, 15 percent of injury crashes, and 14 percent of all police reported motor vehicle crashes in 2015 were reported as distraction affected crashes.
● Texting while driving has become an especially problematic trend among millennials. Young drivers, 16 to 24 years old, have been observed using handheld electronic devices while driving at higher rates than older drivers since 2007.
It’s time to drop the double standard on distracted driving – the dangers are real. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety:
● In analyzing 2009-2012 data, that even while more than 8 in 10 drivers believed it completely unacceptable for a motorist to text or e-mail behind the wheel, more than a third of those same respondents admitted to reading text messages while driving.
● Just as disturbing, even as fatalities go up, fewer drivers seem concerned about texting while driving. According to Foundation’s 2015 Traffic Safety Culture Index, significantly fewer motorists (77%) believed texting while driving is a problem, down from 96 percent in 2013, a 19-point drop in just two years.
● Texting while driving is more than just personally risky. When you text and drive, you become a danger to everyone around you.

This enforcement effort is made possible by federal traffic safety funds administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries resulting from distracted driving.