The Police Department coordinates the public safety efforts of the Village. Through investigations, patrols, crime prevention, and other efforts, the Police work to defer and prevent crime within the Village.
The mission of the Police Department is to provide the highest quality of police service to citizens and visitors of Clarendon Hills and to ensure public peace by preventing crime; detecting and arresting criminal offenders; protecting live, property, and the rights of all persons; regulating and controlling traffic; maintaining police records and communication; providing animal services; and other responsibilities as indicated by statute or Village Ordinance.
The Department consists of 13 sworn officers, one full-time and 2 part-time civilian staff.
Chief Boyd Farmer
1 Community Service Officer
1 Full-Time Police Assistant
2 Part-time Police Assistant
Please Request Assistance If you observe something suspicious, please call 9-1-1 and request assistance immediately.
The Village of Clarendon Hills has partnered with Municipal Collections of America (MCOA) to assist collecting all delinquent receivables including parking tickets, code enforcement, and other general account receivables. Additional Info...
Are there coyotes in Clarendon Hills? Yes
Over the past several years, coyote sightings have become more prevalent within the village & surrounding communities. Although you may be shocked to see a coyote running through the village, it is not unusual. Read on...