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Burbank, IL 60459 (708) 924-7300

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Founded in 1982, the Burbank Police Department has grown to a professionally trained, 53 member force. Currently, qualifications for our entry level officers include a minimum of two years of college or military service. Supervisors are required to attend advanced training from the Police Institute at Northwestern University or the FBI National Academy.

Forty additional civilian support personnel include crossing guards, clerical staff, and community service officers. Full-time sworn officers include: four D.A.R.E. instructors (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) that teach in our grammar schools, two school resource officers who are active at Reavis High School and Liberty Jr. High, 2 K-9s and their handlers, six very fluent language translators (Polish, Spanish, and Arabic), a highly-trained emergency response team, and a host of other specially trained officers.

The sharing of information is critical to efficient police/community relations. Our goal is the reduction of crime and, ultimately, the improvement of the quality of life in our community.

The Uniform Crime Reports indicate that Index crimes were down in Burbank over the past 6 years. (Index crimes include murder, criminal sexual assault, aggravated assault/battery, robbery, burglary, theft, arson and auto theft). Working together with our citizens and the business community, we hope to lower these numbers even further.


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Community Alert:

 

The City of Burbank has been experiencing an increase in day time residential burglaries. The Burbank Police Department is asking that citizens be cognizant of suspicious vehicles and persons in their neighborhood. We ask that if you witness suspicious activity please make note of license plates, vehicle and suspect descriptions. Suspects may vary in age and race. The police department request that if you see something suspicious you should contact 911 with the information as soon as possible.


PARENTS, DID YOU KNOW THAT.....


• Any person under the age of 21 convicted of two or more traffic violations in a 24 month period will receive a minimum one month driver’s license suspension. The suspension length is determined by the seriousness of the offenses and the driver’s prior driving history.

• Any person convicted of street racing will have their driving privileges revoked for a minimum of 12 months. The vehicle may also be impounded for up to five days.

• A parent may view their teen’s (under the age of 18) driving record free through the Secretary of State Website at https://www.ilsos.gov/parentalaccess/

• Any person under the age of 21 who is convicted for a first offense of underage drinking, including the illegal consumption, purchase or possession of alcohol will lose their driving privileges for 6 months. If alcohol is found in a motor vehicle, all passengers could be charged with possession. If supervision is granted for any of these offenses, driving privileges will be suspended for 3 months. Of note: a motor vehicle does not need to be involved in the offense, yet driving privileges will still be suspended.

• Any adult convicted of providing alcohol to a person under the age of 21, may be fined up to $2,500 and given a jail sentence of up to one year, and/or their driving privileges may be suspended under the Illinois Liquor Control Act.

• Any person under the age of 21 who is convicted of DUI for a first offense faces the revocation of driving privileges for a minimum of two years, a fine up to $2,500, a jail sentence up to one year, and participation in a Youthful Intoxicated Driver’s Visitation Program.


• Sexting, or sending a nude picture via a cell phone text, is becoming increasingly more popular amongst children and teens. Currently, under Illinois law, this act constitutes the possession and/or distribution of child pornography, both felonies. If convicted, one could be sent to the penitentiary (or other juvenile facility) and have to register as a sex offender for at least 10 years. Talk to your kids!

Information provided from The Sullivan Firm, Ltd news letter.
 

 

 


Chief Rick Shore

Chief Shore is a resident of the City of Burbank, he is 48 years old, single and has one daughter. The chief is a product of St. Laurence High School and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Governors State University, a Masters of Arts in Public Safety Administration from Lewis University, and is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command. Chief Shore comes from a family of law enforcement in that his father is a veteran of 33 years of service to the Chicago Police Department.  Chief Shore is a 21 year veteran of the Burbank Police Department. The Chief made his way through the ranks of the Department as a Lieutenant, Sergeant, Detective, Juvenile Officer, Gang Specialist, Field Training Officer, Training Coordinator, Rapid Response and National Incident Management Instructor, Team Leader on the South Suburban Response Team and a Certified Physical Fitness Trainer.


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City of Burbank offers disposal of old or damaged United States flags. Citizens are asked to bring flags set for disposal to the Burbank Station at 5650 W. 75th Place. The Burbank Police Department will, as a courtesy to the public dispose of any U.S flag. Under U.S Flag Code Title 4 Ch 1 Sec 8, the flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning. Flags will be regarded as a symbol of the United States and will be treated with that respect. Any questions please contact Division Chief Bembenek at 708-924-7300

 

 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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