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Message From The Chief

Welcome to the Woodridge Police Department website.  The men and women of the police department are proud to serve the village.  Our mission statement is "to provide dedicated professional service and impartial law enforcement in an active partnership with the citizens of the Village of Woodridge to achieve a higher quality of life for all."

The Woodridge Police Department is proud to offer a full array of law enforcement services. These services include, but are not limited to, Uniform Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Gang/Drug Unit, Canine Unit, Traffic  Unit, Crime Prevention, D.A.R.E, School Resource Officer, Records,  and Community Service Officers.

I invite you to check out our website to learn of the many programs and services we offer. We are committed to providing professional police services and driven to maintain a safe community.

Gina Grady
Chief of Police

Police Service
If you need a police officer to respond to your location, dial 9-1-1 for all requested police services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Village of Woodridge is served by the enhanced 9-1-1 service, thus allowing fire, police and other emergency services to be dispatched by dialing 9-1-1. Residents are also encouraged to register their cell phones with DuPage County's Smart 9-1-1, a free service to allow first responders to have valuable information when an emergency occurs. Check out the Smart911 page to the left for more information.

Online Overnight Parking Request
The parking of vehicles on village streets between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00pm is prohibited without prior approval. Permission may be granted by submitting an overnight parking request by clicking here or on the overnight parking icon.

Please note: in the event of a snowfall that is expected or does exceed two inches, NO overnight parking is permitted on any village street.



 IDOT Programs to Assist First RespondersCHAD.jpg
IDOT recently implemented two programs to assist motorists and first responders in the event of an accident. The Yellow Dot Program alerts first responders of medical and important information pertaining to the driver, in the event that they are incapacitated at the scene of a crash or other  vehicle related incident. The C.H.A.D program is a child seat identification program that was developed after a child named Chad could not be identified at the scene of an accident. The C.H.A.D. sticker is placed on the safety seat with the child’s name and emergency contact information so that in the event of an accident in which the adults are incapacitated, paramedics and doctors are able to locate information on the child. The Woodridge Police Department encourages all residents to participate in these programs that can increase safety in the event of an accident. Information and materials on these IDOT programs can be found by contacting the Woodridge Police Department at (630) 719-4740. Yellow Dot materials are available in the Woodridge Police Department lobby. 


Annual Report
Each year, the Woodridge Police Department publishes an annual report highlighting yearly activities and enforcement. Both the 2013 and 2012 Annual Reports are now available for you to view.


Gina Grady
Chief of Police
Email
Ph: 630-719-4726

Keith Grabarek
Deputy Chief of Police
Email
Ph: 630-719-4726

Tom Stefanson
Deputy Chief of Police
Email
Ph: 630-719-4726

Police Department
1 Plaza Dr.
Woodridge, IL 60517

Ph: 630-719-4740

Business Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Report a Crime Tip
crimetips@vil.woodridge.il.us