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The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Burbank Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest by the police does not constitute a finding of guilty. Only a court of law can determine whether an offender is guilty or not guilty of the offence with which he or she has been charged. All court dates are for the Cook County Courthouse in Bridgeview. Unless otherwise noted individuals arrested are afforded bail/bond in accordance with current state statue (725 ILCS 5/110-7) Deposit of Bail Security. Those  that are unable to post/deposit bail security or are charged with offenses that mandate a court appearance as rule of law are transferred to a bond hearing at the Cook County Circuit Court 5th District Located at 10220 S. 76th Ave Bridgeview, Il 60455. The Circuit Court bonding dispositions are not maintained by the Burbank Police Department, all bonding information may be obtained by calling (708) 974-6800. For further transfer information or status of any case filed please contact the Fifth Municipal District Courthouse.


BURBANK POLICE INTERACTIVE WEBSITE

Police-to-Citizen (P2C) The Burbank Police Department, in concert with our 911 partners, is pleased to announce another effort to share police data with our citizens. P2C enables the department to utilize the Internet to host a portal for citizens to view police activity in our city. Although we have always shared this data on our web page under the police blotter page, this new application shares more data plus it automates the process and allows searches. The following is a break down of what this new application will allow citizens to do:

 

 

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Cook County Inmate Search

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