Child Safety Seat Inspections
Child Safety Fingerprinting
Police Canine Unit
Bike Safety Programs
The Bike Safety Program is a partnership with the Medical Profession
to prevent Child Head Injuries. Head injuries are a major reason
children visit hospital emergency rooms each summer. The program gives
away free bike helmets.
Police Cadet Program
Senior Volunteer Service Program
This program taps into the wealth of knowledge offered by many of our
retired residents to assist our clerical staff.
Emergency Service and Disaster
Agency (E.S.D.A.) plan.
A Vacation Watch Program
Home Safety Checks
The “You are Not Alone” Program
This program provides for senior well-being checks.
File for Life Program
Senior Safety I.D. Bracelet Program
Citizen on Patrol Service (COPS)
This volunteer organization meets to help officer's patrol the
village. They meet the second Wednesday of each month at the Palos
Park Police Department. Volunteers needed.
Curfew Hours in Palos Park
Village Ordinance, Section 656.01, states that persons under the age
of 18 may not be in any public area, street or building unless
accompanied by a parent or legal guardian between 10:30 pm (11:30 pm on
Fridays and Saturdays) and sunrise of the next day. Parents are held
responsible for any illegal activity by a minor child.
Dog tags are required for all dogs residing in the
Village of Palos Park. Dog
tags may be purchased at the Kaptur Administrative Center, 8999 W. 123rd
Street – the Administrative Offices of the Village.
Hours are Mondays 9:00AM to 8:00PM, and Tuesdays through Fridays
9:00AM to 5:00PM. The cost is
$5.00 per tag, and owners should bring their rabies tag number with then
when registering a pet.
CLOSED HOME REPORTS
If you are leaving for vacation, in the
process of selling a home, or otherwise in control of a property that will
be closed up and/or vacant for an extended period of time, please inform
the Police Department by stopping by our offices at 8999 W. 123rd
Street. Hours are Mondays
9:00AM to 8:00PM, and Tuesdays through Fridays 9:00AM to 5:00PM. The
Police Department will record the information, including the length of the
vacancy, emergency contacts, key holders, and so forth.
Additional information may include the location and use of timer
lights on the premises, and if you are authorizing any friends, relatives
or associates to be on your property or in your home, for example, to pick
up mail. Forms for reporting
this information are available at the Police Department.
All information is kept strictly confidential.
an emergency situation/unexpected leave, please phone Central Dispatch at
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