The Addison Police Department will be conducting a Roadside Safety Checkpoint from 9:00 PM, Friday, July 12, to 1:00 AM, Saturday July 13, 2019, for vehicles traveling westbound in the area of 240 East Lake Street.
Vehicles traveling westbound on Lake Street on July 12, 2019 will be stopped in a pre-established, systematic fashion for a brief inspection of safety and driver violations. Police will be checking vehicle registrations, driver’s licenses, proof of insurance, and driver sobriety in addition to vehicle safety violations.
The purpose of conducting the Roadside Safety Checkpoint is to enhance the safety of the motoring public in the Village of Addison. A statewide coordinated effort to reduce drinking and driving is underway and the Addison Police Department is a proud partner in this venture.
Our hope is that citizens can look at this minor inconvenience as their contribution to the safety of the motoring public and their opportunity to be part of the solution.
If you have any questions or request additional information, please contact Sergeant Dennis Kotlinski at 630- 543-3080.
The Fullerton Avenue Road Resurfacing Project will begin the week of July 15. The limits of the work are from Swift Road on the west side of town to Addison Road on the east side of town with Rohlwing Road excluded. Prior to patching and resurfacing of the road, the contractor will begin with curb and gutter replacement along with the installation of various storm sewer improvements. Additionally, public walk will be replaced at all intersections for required ADA compliance. The entire project is expected to be completed by the middle of November depending on weather conditions.
Temporary lane closures will be in place and may change daily, so please drive cautiously through the construction zone. Electronic message boards are in place along the project cautioning drivers and advising motorists of the work.
The Fullerton Avenue Road Resurfacing Project is being funded in part by IDOT, which has contracted with R.W. Dunteman to complete the work.
Keeping trees and shrubs from overhanging onto sidewalks, streets or other public places in the Village will lessen the chance of injuries to people in the neighborhood. Please make sure your trees and shrubs do not impede or interfere with traffic or travel on the sidewalks near your home.
Date: March 4, 2019
Time: Until Sold
Location: Online at https://www.propertyroom.com/
Address: 26421 Crown Valley Pkwy
Mission Vielo, CA 92691
Any person providing reasonable and satisfactory proof of ownership or right to possession of any property to be auctioned shall have their property returned to them if claim is made prior to the auction.
Unclaimed items to be auctioned from the Addison Police Department:
- Miscellaneous Electronics
The Addison Police Department will be conducting a Roadside Safety Checkpoint from 9:00 PM, Friday, June 7, 2019, to 1:00 AM, Saturday June 8, 2019 for vehicles traveling eastbound on Lake Street east of John F. Kennedy Drive.
Vehicles traveling eastbound on Lake Street on June 7, 2019 will be stopped in a pre-established, systematic fashion for a brief inspection of safety and driver violations. Police will be checking vehicle registrations, driver’s licenses, proof of insurance, and driver sobriety in addition to vehicle safety violations.
The purpose of conducting the Roadside Safety Checkpoint is to enhance the safety of the motoring public in the Village of Addison. A statewide, coordinated effort to reduce drinking and driving is underway and the Addison Police Department is a proud partner in this venture.
Our hope is that citizens can look at this minor inconvenience as their contribution to the safety of the motoring public and their opportunity to be part of the solution. If you have any questions or request additional information, please contact Sergeant Dennis Kotlinski at 630- 543-3080.
On 1/17/19 at approximately 4:25 AM, Officers responded to the 200 block of Mill Road to investigate a domestic disturbance.
Addison Police Officers arrived on scene minutes later. While entering the apartment, officers encountered a person armed with a knife. Officers gave commands to gain the person’s compliance in dropping the knife. This person advanced on officers while brandishing the knife. One officer fired their duty weapon and struck the person. Other officers and medical personnel responded to the residence and provided medical attention.
This was an isolated incident, which has ended, and there are no concerns for the on-going safety of the public.
The investigation into the incident will be conducted by the DuPage Major Crimes Task Force, which is standard practice for an officer-involved shooting.
The Addison Police Department recognizes, during officer-involved shooting incidents, the media and community have many questions. We will do our best to provide information as it is available to be released, and we appreciate the community’s patience while this investigation proceeds. All updates to this investigation will be shared via the Addison Police Department Facebook page.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: May 15, 2019
Addison Police Joins ‘Neighbors’ by Ring to Provide Users with Real-Time, Local Crime and Safety Information
Neighbors aims to reduce crime in communities by connecting people, security cameras and law enforcement.
Addison, IL-- 05/15/2019– The Addison Police today announced that it is joining the free Neighbors app by Ring to provide the Addison community with real-time, local crime and safety information. The Neighbors network already has millions of users and has been instrumental in catching package thieves, stopping burglaries, and keeping neighborhoods safe.
Residents can text addisonil to 555888 from their smartphone to download the Neighbors app for free on iOS and Android and use the app to; join their neighborhood; share crime and safety-related videos, photos and text-based posts; and receive real-time safety alerts from their neighbors, local law enforcement and the Ring team.
Director of Addison Police Tim Hayden said, “The Neighbors app makes it easy for residents to keep one another informed of local crime and safety situations occurring in their neighborhood. Now Addison Police can join the conversation directly and benefit all of us by helping to solve crimes and further the mission of the Addison Police in ensuring the safety and security of all who live, work and frequent Addison. The Addison Police Department will also be able to write their own posts and help spread information about recent crimes in the area or real-time crime information. The Neighbors app by Ring is completely free to anyone and Addison residents do not need to have a camera in order to participate in this program.
The Addison Police Department is among other agencies in Illinois to partner with Ring for this crime fighting tool. Like other social media sharing platforms, the Neighbors app is not meant to replace 911. If Addison residents see a crime or suspicious activity occurring they are asked to immediately dial 911.
Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and Founder of Ring, said, “We’re excited to have the Addison Police join Neighbors to keep their community up-to-date on local crime and safety information. Over the past few years we have learned that, when neighbors, the Ring team and law enforcement all work together, we can create safer communities. Neighbors is meant to facilitate real-time communication between these groups, while maintaining neighbor privacy first and foremost. By bringing security to every neighbor with the free Neighbors app, the Addison community can stay on top of crime and safety alerts as they happen.”
How It Works
- Text addisonil to 555888 or click here: http://download.ring.com/addison from your smartphone to download the app for free on iOS and Android.
- Opt-in to join your neighborhood.
- Customize the geographic area you want to receive notifications for (users must verify where they are located and cannot participate in other neighborhoods).
- Receive real-time alerts from your neighbors, local law enforcement and the Ring team that inform of crime and safety alerts as they happen.
- View local crime and safety posts via a live feed or interactive map.
- Share text updates, photos and videos taken on any device, including Ring’s home security devices.
- Work with your community to make neighborhoods safer.
About Addison Police
The Addison Police Department is a nationally accredited CALEA department, receiving the highest honor, "Accreditation with Excellence," from the Commission. It maintains this professional standard of excellence throughout its daily operations. We place value on the relationships our officers develop with members of our community. We are committed to preventing crime, uniformly enforcing the laws to provide a safe community to work, live, raise your family or have a business.
Neighbors is a neighborhood watch app that provides real-time, local crime and safety information. Download the free Neighbors app (iOS/Android), join your neighborhood, and use the app to: view neighborhood activity; share crime and safety-related videos, photos and text-based posts; and receive real-time safety alerts from your neighbors, local law enforcement and the Ring team. For more information visit www.ring.com/neighbors.
Ring's mission is to reduce crime in neighborhoods by creating a Ring of Security around homes and communities with its suite of home security products and services. The Ring product line, along with the Ring Neighbors app, enable Ring to offer affordable, complete, proactive home and neighborhood security in a way no other company has before. In fact, two Newark, New Jersey neighborhoods saw an over 50% decrease in home break-ins after Ring Video Doorbells and Spotlight Cams were installed on 11% of homes in the communities from April-July 2018 when compared to the same time period in 2017. Ring is an Amazon company. For more information, visit www.ring.com. With Ring, you’re always home.
The Police Department announced plans for the July 4th traffic enforcement with a focus on impaired and unbuckled drivers. The safety campaign runs from June 17 through July 8 to encompass three summer weekends leading up to and after Independence Day.
“We’re asking all of our residents and visitors to celebrate Independence Day safely,” said Sgt. Dennis Kotlinski. “It’s simple: If you’re driving, don’t drink or use drugs. Our officers will be out in full force to keep impaired drivers off the road.”
The Addison Police Department will join the Illinois State Police and more than 160 local police and sheriff’s departments for the increased statewide enforcement effort.
“This Fourth of July designate a sober driver and don’t let friends or family members drive under the influence,” said Sgt. Dennis Kotlinski
Other important tips include:
- Give your designated driver your keys before you go out.
- If you are drunk or impaired by marijuana or other drugs, call a taxi, take mass transit, use your favorite ride-sharing service, or call a sober friend or family member to get you home safely.
- Use your community’s designated driver program.
- Promptly report drunk drivers to law enforcement by pulling over and dialing 911.
- Make sure everyone in your vehicle wears their seat belt. Not only is it the law, it’s your best defense against an impaired driver.
The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click It or Ticket” campaigns are made possible by federal traffic safety funds administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation. The crackdown runs concurrently with a media campaign reminding motorists that impaired driving has “Life or Death” consequences. Visit LifeOrDeathIllinois.com for more information.