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Skokie Illinois Police Station Address: 7300 Niles Center Rd, Skokie, IL 60077, United States

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Today, Eddie returned to our lobby to express thanks to those who saved his life just 12 days ago.

On April 4th, around 11:13am, Eddie entered the very same lobby while experiencing a cardiac event. He asked for help and then collapsed to the floor. His heart stopped and Eddie quickly turned blue in the face.

Officer Panizo was working the SPD front desk and immediately called for an ambulance. He then cleared Eddie’s airway and began chest compressions (CPR). Communications Operator Polley retrieved an AED from the front lobby hallway ‘Life Safety Station’, and brought it Officer Panizo. Officer Panizo applied the AED pads to Eddie and the device advised a shock was needed. Officer Panizo delivered the shock.

Skokie Fire Department paramedics arrived and took over with the life-saving efforts, including chest compressions and administering of medication. Eddie’s heart needed several more shocks before SFD personnel rushed him to the hospital.

Eddie is beyond grateful for the heroism displayed by Officer Panizo, Communications Operator Polley and the Skokie Fire Department personnel who worked as a team to save his life.

This Department is proud of our first responders who remained calm, worked together, employed their training and saved a life!

Congratulations on a job well done, and Eddie, take care of that ticker!

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Each day, 10 people are killed in distracted driving crashes – contributing to the 37,000 people killed in crashes on U.S. roadways during 2016, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). To help bring attention to the dangers associated with driving distracted, the Skokie Police Department announced today it will again participate in Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week (DDAW) and conduct an enforcement campaign of Illinois’ distracted driving laws.

The second annual Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week is a coordinated effort between the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP), AAA, The Illinois State Police, The Illinois Department of Transportation, the Illinois High School High School and College Driver Education Association (IHSCDEA) and nearly 300 local law enforcement throughout Illinois to educate motorists about the dangers of driving while distracted and enforcing the laws on Illinois’ roadways. Last year’s DDAW efforts resulted in over 18,000 warnings and citations for distracted driving offenses.

Contrary to what some drivers may think, hands-free, handheld and in-vehicle technologies are not distraction-free, even if a driver’s eyes are on the road and their hands are on the wheel. The latest AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety research found that:
• Drivers who text when behind the wheel more than double their odds of being involved in a crash;
• Drivers who use in-vehicle technologies, like voice-based and touch screen features, can be distracted for more than 40 seconds when completing tasks like programming navigation or sending a text message.
• Removing eyes from the road for just two seconds doubles the risk for a crash

Violating Illinois’s distracted driving laws can be costly. Know before you go. In Illinois:
• Law prohibits all drivers from texting and driving
• Law prohibits all drivers from using a hand-held phone while driving
• Law prohibits all teen drivers from using a cell phone while driving

For more information on Illinois Distracted Driving Awareness Week visit www.iddaw.org. These partnerships have been formed to help further a traffic safety culture in Illinois and to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries resulting from distracted driving. Please help the ILACP, AAA, and Skokie, to keep Illinois’ roadways safe and Illinois strong.

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The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is April 28, 2018, but you can participate anytime!

Help to keep unwanted prescription drugs out of the hands of children or from polluting our environment by turning in unused and/or expired medications.

The Skokie Police Department offers a prescription drug drop box, located in the lobby of the police station, 7300 Niles Center Road. It is available 24/7/365!

Accepted for disposal are prescription medications, controlled substances, all over-the-counter medications (i.e. pain relievers, cold medication, etc.), medication samples, pet medications, vitamins and supplements, medicated ointments, lotions, creams and oils, liquid medication in leak-proof containers and homeopathic remedies.

This program does not accept needles/sharps, syringes with needles, thermometers, IV bags, bloody or infectious waste, personal care products, empty containers and hydrogen peroxide.

For more information, please call 847/982-5988.


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This is National Telecommunicators week, and the Skokie Police Department would like to recognize our group of unsung heroes.

Dispatchers are the first point of contact in an emergency. They are rarely seen, but always heard. They provide continued support to Police, Fire and EMS units during all types of service calls and are equally committed to the community they serve.

They are often forgotten in the public safety community and rarely thanked for their tireless efforts. Their job is stressful, and unpredictable, yet their commitment is unwavering.

This week, we acknowledge their hard work and dedication and thank them for their service.

The Skokie Communications (Dispatch) Center proudly serves the Villages of Skokie and Lincolnwood, providing all Police/Fire/EMS emergency communication services to residents and emergency personnel.