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The Glendale Heights Police Department employs a combined staff of approximately 97 personnel, assigned as follows:
- 1 Chief
- 1 Deputy Chief
- 2 Commanders
- 8 Sergeants
- 35 Patrol Officers
- 4 Detectives
- 2 Special Operations Officers
- 2 School Resource Officers
- 1 DuMeg Officer
- 5 Community Service Officers
- 6 Reserve Officers
- 8 Telecommunications Personnel
- 7 Records Personnel
- 3 Clerical Support Personnel
- 1 Community Outreach Specialist
- 1 Evidence Officer
- 14 School Crossing Guards
“These officers care about the community and the residents they work for. They are dedicated to the safety and security of the residents and the community itself.” A befitting description Roger Mabbitt offered of the Glendale Heights Police Department employees upon his retirement in May, 2005.
The Police Department is divided into three main divisions; Administration, Patrol, and Support Operations. Each division manages specialized units, including community outreach, traffic, bicycle, and beat patrol, K-9, school resource, investigations, communications, records, and others.
A variety of programs are offered through the Police Department, including:
- Citizens Police Academy
- Safety Town- Neighborhood Watch
- Junior Police Academy
- Character Counts
- Vacation House Watch
- Speed Trailer
- National Night Out
- Special Olympics
- Fishing Derby
They are also members of the DuPage Major Crimes Task Force, DuPage Arson Task Force, DuPage County Swat Team, Illinois Weapons of Mass Destruction Response Team and the DuPage Metropolitan Enforcement Group (DuMeg). All of these efforts combined are for the benefit of increased efficiency and to provide enhanced services to the community.
Although each employee is assigned to a specific unit and division, their commitment to protect and serve the residents and community combine to form the extraordinary team of men and women who represent the Glendale Heights Police Department.
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