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Peoria Illinois Police Station Address: 600 SW Adams St, Peoria, IL 61602, United States

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Louie-Louie Parade

Friday, May 25, 2018, Illinois Valley Striders will sponsor the annual Louie-Louie Parade. The parade will start at 4:30 pm and will originate in the Peoria Civic Center parking lot at Fulton & Monroe.

The parade will proceed down Fulton to Monroe, Monroe to Main, and Main Street to the Riverfront.

The following intersections will be impacted (approximately 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm):

• Monroe & Fulton
• Main & Monroe
• Main & Madison
• Main & Jefferson
• Main & Adams
• Main & Washington

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Peoria Police Department1 day ago

Public Service Announcement

Summertime Safety

(Peoria, IL) – With the end of the school year near and the holiday weekend only days away, Peoria Police remind motorists and pedestrians to watch out for each other.

Motorists should be extra mindful of pedestrians. Distracted driving such as cellphone use only takes seconds for tragedy to occur. On average, it takes approximately 3 seconds to read/respond to a text message while a motorist’s path of travel can change in only an instant, such as a child running into the street.

Pedestrians need be mindful of motorists as well. Distracted walking such as cellphone use is also dangerous; we are rarely more vulnerable when negotiating traffic, let alone doing so while updating social media, etc. A few safe practices for pedestrians to keep in mind:

• Never cross the street between parked cars; always use the crosswalks or cross at the corner.
• Use sidewalks. If sidewalks are not available, stay to the side of the road and walk facing traffic.
• Always look both ways before crossing the street.

As we head towards summer, please remember to keep your eyes on the road whether you are a motorist or pedestrian. The men and women of the Peoria Police Department wish you a fun, safe, and happy summer!

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Peoria Police Department2 days ago

The Peoria Police Departments requests help from the public in the identification of these individuals in connection with a business burglary at Bergner’s in April 2018. (subjects appear at the 16 second mark) PPD Incident #18-7336

If you know the identity of either individual, please contact Detective Craig Williams at (309) 494-8382 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at (309) 673-9000.

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Peoria Police Department added 3 new photos.3 days ago

Peoria, IL – The Peoria Police Department today announced it issued 43 citations during Illinois’ first distracted driving campaign. The increased enforcement was part of the national Distracted Driving Awareness Month effort supported by the Illinois Department of Transportation.
“Driver distraction is a persistent issue in Peoria and often has life-altering consequences,” said Lt. McCall. “We implemented this enforcement action to encourage motorists to drop it and drive.”
During the two-week campaign that ran April 16-30, the Peoria Police Department handled:
• [3] electronic communication device citations
• [4] seat belt citations
• [1] child car seat citations
• [1] DUI arrests
• [4] suspended/revoked licenses
• [3] uninsured motorists
• [5] speeding citations

“Distracted Driving Awareness Month may be over, but the Peoria Police Department will continue working to stop residents from engaging in this deadly behavior,” Lt. McCall said.

Peoria Law Enforcement Showing Zero Tolerance
for Seat Belt Violations May 18-29, 2018

Peoria Il, As summer kicks off and travel increases, the Peoria Police Department is partnering with the Illinois Department of Transportation to remind motorists to Click It or Ticket. The national seat-belt enforcement campaign will take place May 18 through 29, concurrent with one of the busiest travel and holiday weekends of the year. Click It or Ticket enforces seat-belt and car-seat use to keep all motorists safe.

“Our law enforcement personnel see firsthand the loss of life when people refuse to buckle up,” said Lt. McCall. “It’s such a simple and effective way to protect yourself while traveling. As the Memorial Day weekend approaches, we want to make sure people are doing everything they can to stay safe in the unfortunate event of a crash.”

Illinois has a 93.8% observed seat belt usage rate, but a disproportionate number of fatalities involve unbelted motorists and passengers. Of the 1093 traffic deaths in 2017, where restraint use was known, 54% of those killed were not wearing seat belts.

Seat belt use drops even more in the evening hours between 6 p.m. and 5:59 a.m. That’s why one focus of the Click It or Ticket campaign is nighttime enforcement. Peoria Police officers will be taking a no-excuses approach, writing citations day and night. Motorists caught not buckled up will be ticketed, and those caught driving impaired will be arrested.

“Please help us spread this life-saving message before one more friend or family member is killed as a result of this senseless inaction,” said Lt. McCall. Seat belts save lives, and every vehicle occupant—front seat and back, child and adult—needs to remember to buckle up, every trip, every time. Together, we can make zero fatalities a reality in Illinois.”

For more information on the Click It or Ticket mobilization, visit www.BuckleUpIllinois.org.

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Peoria Police Department added 3 new photos.7 days ago

Like coffee and donuts? We do too!!!

PPD officers will be at the Dunkin’ Donuts at War Memorial/University until 12pm today raising money for Special Olympics. Please consider grabbing your cup of joe and sweet treat there today and help raise money for a great cause!!!!

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Judith Burton has been located and is ok. Thank you for the shares!!

Missing Endangered Person
PPD Incident #18-10391

Peoria, IL – The Peoria Police Department requests help from the public in locating a missing endangered 71 year old female, Judith Burton.

Burton is a white female, 5’ tall, very petite, with blue eyes and short red hair.

Burton was last seen around 9am on today’s date in the area of the 3500 block of North Twelve Oaks.

Burton was last seen wearing a black shirt with bell sleeves, black pants, and carrying a black shoulder bag.

If you have seen or know the whereabouts of Burton, please call the Peoria Police Department immediately at (309) 673-4521.