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North Riverside residents may have their residences checked while they are away on vacation. Report your vacation watch request on Front Line.
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When there is an emergency, lives are in danger, serious injury, serious medical condition, crime in progress, or any other situation needing immediate attention. If you think about calling 911 or wonder if you should call 911, please call 911.
Be observant and make mental notes, including asking yourself:
Do not try to handle in-progress crimes on your own, instead call 911.
If you wish to remain anonymous or keep information confidential, just tell the communications operator.
The Police Department has no control over power utilities. During power outages, our dispatchers are very busy. Calling them to ask when your power will be restored may delay an emergency response. Please call 800-334-7661.
No. All personal citations are commonly known as moving violations or "tickets" must go before a Judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County. You must request a court date and go to court on the matter.
Village of North Riverside Curfew
Applies to any person under seventeen years of age on any public street, alley, or other public place within the Village.
Applicants must pass a written exam, medical exam, psychological exam, physical ability exam, medical screening, background and character investigation. On the day you are hired, you must be a U.S. citizen, at least 21 years old, have a valid driver's license without restrictions and not have been convicted of a felony.
The North Riverside Police Department provides fingerprinting services free of charge to North Riverside Residents only; you must provide your own fingerprint card.
Village of North Riverside2401 S Des Plaines AvenueNorth Riverside, IL 60546Phone: 708-447-4211