The prime function of the Country Club Hills Police Department is the preservation of public peace and order, prevention and detection of crime, apprehension of offenders and protection of persons and property.
It must uphold the Constitution of the United States; enforce the laws of the State of Illinois and ordinances of the City of Country Club Hills.
The Country Club Hills Police Department has partnered with the Cook County Sheriff’s Office by taking part in the CCSO Prescription Drug Take Back Program. Residents can safely dispose of their unwanted medicines by taking them to the collection box located in the Country Club Hills Police Department Lobby. Residents may drop-off unused, expired prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs in pill or dry form. We do not accept liquids or syringes. For more information see the Cook County Sheriff’s information page https://www.cookcountysheriffil.gov/departments/community-relations/community-programs/rx/
The City of Country Club Hills has transitioned to a new Emergency Notification System called RAVE. This service was previously known as CodeRed. RAVE provides important weather, traffic and emergency notifications to the contact information you provide. To sign up go to www.smart911.com/smart911/ref/reg.action?pa=ecom.
Come join us on Saturday, October 28th from 12pm-3pm at the Country Club Hills Starbucks (4019 W 167th St) for Coffee With A Cop!
Meet with your local officers for an open discussion about your thoughts and concerns or just say hello! Enjoy a cup of free coffee and relax in this open forum. Please contact Sgt. Harris for any questions 708-798-3191×2. We hope to see you there!
The Country Club Hills Police Explorer Program is now accepting applications. This program is open to anyone between the ages of 14-20 years old and will meet twice a month. The Explorers learn what it takes to be a Police Officer, including the importance of written communication, the legal implications of law enforcement, and traffic safety. The Police Explorers can be seen at City functions and fundraisers. Their duties include community service, distributing food, and assisting Police.
We wanted to remind our Community Members that the City of Country Club Hills has an ordinance stating that it is unlawful to park any vehicle on any street within the City between the hours of 3:00 A.M. to 6:00 A.M. (see 6.2.02A for exact)
If overnight parking is needed, an overnight parking exemption may be requested by contacting the Police Department at (708) 798-3191 x2, or by completing your online submission prior to 3:00 A.M. If a vehicle is not called in or submitted online prior to 3:00 A.M., a citation will be issued. In the event the website is down, the vehicle information must be called into the Police Department to be placed on the list. Please note that parking exemptions could be voided/rejected due to snow removal or other circumstances. The following information is required when calling in for permission: vehicle make, model, plate number and vehicle location.
Also, a reminder of the City Ordinance amendment passed in February of 2021 (6.2.02A) which states “A property owner overnight may park his or her vehicle in front of that owner’s house for three (3) days in any thirty (30) day period.”
Some important items to note: Only 3 parking exemptions per vehicle for every 30 days is allowed. Also, your license plate entry must be correct and exact when submitted. The 3a-6a parking exemptions submission page can be found at https://cchills.dacracore360.com/resident/. Thank you to our Community Members for your continued support and feel free to contact us for any questions/assistance 708-798-3191 x2.
On June 6, 2023 at approximately 10:00pm, the Country Club Hills Police Department responded to a shots fired call in the area of 169th & Glen Oaks Dr. Upon arrival officers found a male victim who had sustained several gunshot wounds. The victim was pronounced deceased at the scene. The Country Club Hills Police Department, assisted by the South Suburban Major Crimes Task Force are currently conducting a combined investigation.
Anyone having information regarding the above is asked to please call the Country Club Hills Police Department at 708-798-3191.
Based on the initial investigation the incident appears to be isolated and there is no immediate threat to the community.
The Country Club Hills Police and Fire departments offer a yearly Senior Academy that is open to all seniors at no cost. The yearly academy is held every year, with meetings being once a week for 6 weeks. The academy focuses to inform our residents of the functions and operations of the Police and Fire Departments along with safety awareness. During the academy guest speakers will make appearances to cover topics such as: fire safety, CPR, home safety, police investigations, traffic enforcement and personal safety among other things.
The 2023 Senior Police and Fire Academy will be held on the below dates at the new Country Club Hills Resource Center (19001 S. Cicero Ave, THE CORNER OF FLOSSMOOR AND CICERO) from 12:00pm-2:30pm. Participants are required to register at one of the following locations: The online registration form below or at the new Country Club Hills Resource Center. For any questions please contact Sergeant Harris at 708-798-3191 x2.
2023 Senior Academy Dates
June 14th, 2023
June 21st, 2023
June 28th, 2023
July 12th, 2023
July 19th, 2023
July 26th, 2023
Country Club Hills, IL—May, 2023—Law enforcement officers from throughout the state will stake out Dunkin’ Donuts rooftops to support Special Olympics Illinois on Friday, May 19, beginning at 5 a.m. Representatives from the Country Club Hills Police Department will be on-site at the CC Hills Dunkin’ Donuts located at 4021 W. 183rd Street.
Each guest who makes a donation to the Torch Run will receive a coupon for a free donut. Guests who donate $10 or more will receive a LETR/ Dunkin’ branded travel mug (while supplies last) and a coupon for a free medium hot coffee.
2023 marked the 20th Anniversary of the Dunkin’ and Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Illinois partnership. This partnership has been a huge success over the years; in fact, more than $7.6 million has been raised in Illinois!
About Law Enforcement Torch Run
The Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run® is the single largest year-round fundraising vehicle benefiting Special Olympics Illinois. The annual intrastate relay and its various fundraising projects have two goals: to raise money and gain public awareness for the athletes who participate in Special Olympics Illinois. The Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run® has raised more than $43 million over 31 years while increasing awareness of Special Olympics Illinois athletes and their accomplishments.
About Special Olympics Illinois
Special Olympics Illinois is a not-for-profit organization offering year-round training and competition in 19 sports for more than 22,500 athletes with intellectual disabilities and more than 20,000 Young Athletes ages 2-7 with and without intellectual disabilities. Special Olympics transforms the lives of people with intellectual disabilities, allowing them to realize their full potential in sports and in life. Special Olympics programs enhance physical fitness, motor skills, self-confidence, social skills and encourage family and community support. To learn more about Special Olympics Illinois, volunteering or providing financial support to help make Special Olympics programs possible, contact your local Special Olympics agency, call 800-394-0562 or visit our website at www.soill.org.
Those wishing to donate or for further information can contact Sgt. Brown at 708-798-3191.