What is the Addison Police Department's address?
Addison Police Department
3 Friendship Plaza
Addison, IL 60101
Where is the Addison Police Department located?
The Addison Police Department is located on the southeast corner of Lake Street and J.F. Kennedy Drive, just one block west of Addison Road. Entry to the parking lot can be gained from J.F. Kennedy Drive or Army Trail Boulevard.
Where do I pay Village of Addison parking, compliance or Crime Free Multi-Housing ordinance tickets?
The Addison Police Department does not accept payment for any type of ticket or fine. Payment for all parking and compliance tickets can be made at the Village of Addison Finance Department located at 1 Friendship Plaza; through the U.S. mail; or online at www.addison.msicore360.com.
Village Finance Department hours are as follows: Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. After hours, you can deposit your payment in the white mailbox located in the parking lot of the Village Hall. Please allow three (3) days for your payment to post. If you have any questions regarding your parking tickets, please contact the Police Department at (630) 543-3080.
Red light tickets can be paid with cash at the Village of Addison Finance Department. For information on the payment of red light tickets using other forms of payment, visit http://www.addisonpoliceillinois.org/traffic_safety/photo_enforcement_safety_program/index.php
Where do I pay traffic tickets?
No Court Appearance Required Tickets - Payments can only be accepted by the DuPage County 18th Judicial Circuit Court Clerk either online at https://epay.18thjudicial.org; in-person at 505 N. County Farm Road in Wheaton; or through the mail by using the affidavit given to you by the police officer. These payments must be received by the DuPage County 18th Judicial Circuit Court Clerk no later than four (4) business days prior to the court date at the bottom of your traffic ticket. Failure to meet that deadline requires your appearance at the Glendale Heights Field Court, 300 E. Fullerton Avenue, Glendale Heights on the court date assigned to you. The Addison Police Department cannot continue your case or provide court dispositions from adjudicated court cases heard in the Glendale Heights Field Court.
Must Appear Tickets - Payments will not be accepted by the DuPage County Circuit Court Clerk because of the "Must Appear" requirement. Your appearance can only be made on the court date and time that you have been assigned.
Glendale Heights Field Court Adjudication Process?
Adjudication of traffic and Village ordinance tickets are heard in the Glendale Heights Field Court and are performed by the DuPage County 18th Judicial Circuit Court Clerk. You should direct all questions pertaining to traffic and Village ordinance tickets assigned to the Glendale Heights Field Court to the DuPage County 18th Judicial Circuit Court Clerk at (630) 407-8600 or go to their office at 505 N. County Farm Road in Wheaton, Illinois.
I missed my court date to the Glendale Heights Field Court. What should I do?
Contact the DuPage County Circuit Clerk at (630) 407-8600 or go to their website at https://epay.18thjudicial.org.
How can I obtain a copy of a traffic accident report?
Traffic accident reports can be obtained in person at the Addison Police Department by the driver or owner of the vehicle involved in a motor vehicle accident. The charge is $5.00. Your insurance may also request a copy of the accident report for $5.00 by remitting a check payable to the Village of Addison at the following address:
Addison Police Department
3 Friendship Plaza
Addison, IL 60101
Attention: Crash Reports/Records Department
For a slightly higher fee, you can obtain a traffic accident report online at https://ecrash.lexisnexis.com.
How can I obtain a copy of an incident report?
You can either come into the Addison Police Department and fill out a Freedom of Information form in person or request a copy of the report online here. A valid photo I.D. must be presented to receive a copy of the requested incident report.
There is no charge for incident report requests that are less than 51 pages. Requests of 51 pages or more are 15 cents for each additional page. Photographs are $3.00 per print, CDs (audio) are $10.00 each, and DVDs (video) are $25.00 each. There is no fee for an inspection of records.
Why does the Village prohibit overnight parking?
Parking on the street is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 AM to 5:00 AM to ensure accessibility to emergency vehicles, snowplows, street sweepers and waste collection trucks. Citations will be issued to violators.In the event of unusual circumstances such as the resurfacing of a driveway or overnight guest parking needed, residents are advised to visit https://community.acdcdispatch.org/parking.html?agency=1 to request special parking permission. Residents will be required to provide the name of the vehicle owner and the telephone number where the Police Department can reach him or her in the event of an emergency, along with the make, color, license plate number and state (if not Illinois) of the vehicle.
Is soliciting/peddling permitted in the Village of Addison?
Yes. Soliciting/peddling within the Village of Addison is permitted. Persons interested in soliciting/peddling must apply for a permit at least thirty (30) days prior to the event by presenting a completed solicitor/peddler application and photo I.D. to the Addison Police Department. The Village reserves the right to approve or deny applicants based on a criminal background check. Approved solicitors/peddlers will receive a letter in the mail confirming the Village's decision.
The approval letter must be presented to the Village's Finance Department, along with applicable fees, before the solicitor's/peddler's badge can be distributed. All approved solicitors/peddlers must wear the solicitor/peddler badge produced by the Addison Police Department which displays their name, the company they represent, and the approved dates to solicit/peddle. Approved solicitors and peddlers may have conversations with the public to sell their wares or services. Any person found to be soliciting or peddling within the Village without an approved permit will be cited. To download a copy of the solicitors/peddlers permit, click here.
To view a calendar of businesses who have obtained Solicitors Permits, visit Soliciting in the Village.
Religious organizations are exempt from having to apply for a permit.
What is the difference between soliciting and peddling?
Soliciting is taking orders for products or services and filling the order at a later date. Peddling is the exchange of product or service at the same time.
How can I make a complaint about a solicitor/peddler at my door?
Contact the Addison Police Department at (630) 543-3080.
Do members of the Police Department solicit for donations by phone or through the mail?
The Addison Police Department will never solicit funds over the telephone nor will it ever give your telephone number to a third-party fundraiser. To report a solicitor claiming to be a member of the Addison Police Department or to make a complaint about a solicitor/peddler, contact the Addison Police Department at (630) 543-3080.
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