Itasca Police Department

Welcome to the Itasca Police Department homepage.  

The Itasca Police Department is a highly trained and skilled professional police department comprised of 23 sworn and 12 non-sworn members. We are entrusted by the public and stakeholders we serve, and we strive each day to provide the finest law enforcement services to our community. 

As part of our commitment to excellence, the Itasca Police Department is dedicated to community-oriented policing philosophy. As a result, we have built and continue to develop close ties to the community and actively respond to its needs. Community-oriented policing strategies utilized by the Department includes interaction with the residents and business owners throughout the village.

I ask that if you “see something, say something.” The Itasca Police Department is here to provide a safe and secure environment for our residents and business community. You are invited to contact the Itasca Police Department at any time regarding services and valuable programs available to all who live or work in Itasca. We appreciate the continued support from the community! 

Lastly, I would like to thank the men and women of the Itasca Police Department. Their dedication and commitment makes the Village of Itasca a special place. 

Sincerely, 
Robert O’Connor 
Director of Police
  1. Itasca Police now accepting Patrol Officer Applications

    Application packets will be accepted in person until 11 am on Thursday, August 10, 2017 or must be postmarked by this date. The Itasca Police Department written examination will be held on August 26, 9am at Lake Park East High School. Read on...
  2. Residue on Cars

    Itasca residents and visitors might notice a strange residue on their car windshields and frames. The substance is called honeydew and is caused by the Lecanium Scale Insect. Honeydew is is not harmful. The residue is not caused by jet fuel from planes. Read on...
  3. MADIGAN ANNOUNCES $5 MILLION SETTLEMENT WITH WESTERN UNION

    Attorney General Lisa Madigan recently announced a $5 million settlement with The Western Union Company (Western Union) over a multistate investigation into its wire transfer service that led consumers across the country to wire money to con artists. Read on...
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