The Police Department employs a licensed clinical social worker to provide social services to village residents and victims of crimes. There is no charge for the services provided:
- Short term counseling for individuals, couples, and families dealing with domestic violence, marital conflict, child/parent issues, mental-health issues, grief and loss, sexual assault, substance abuse, elder-care issues, and runaway/lockout issues
- Crisis counseling and court advocacy for victims and witnesses of domestic violence, sexual assaults and violent crimes, and provides assistance with orders of protection
- 24-hour crisis response to traumatic incidents occurring in the village
- Critical incident response to community or workplace incidents
- Emergency financial assistance and assistance with applications under the Crime Victim Compensation Act
- Information and referral for additional services
The social worker can be reached by calling the Police Department at (847) 901-6105.
By ordinance, persons under 17 years of age may not be present at any public assembly, building, place or street during the following hours:
- 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sunday - Thursday
- 11:59 p.m. to 6 a.m. Friday - Saturday
There are some exceptions to this rule, depending on the nature of the event a person is attending or the reason why he or she is at a place.
The Police Department's officers will offer assistance with wild or stray animals.
By ordinance, residents must license their personal animals on a yearly basis. Applications for pet licenses are available at Village Hall, 2500 East Lake Avenue.
Also by ordinance, residents may not allow their personal dogs or dangerous, unruly, fierce, or mischievous animals to run at large in the Village. Residents must keep such animals leashed. Officers may impound such animals that are not leashed and cite their owner.
Child passenger safety seat inspections
Child passenger safety technicians, certified through the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, are available to inspect child car seats and booster seats for proper use. These inspections are done by appointment only. All child safety seats must be installed prior to the inspection. Reference your specific vehicle owner's manual and seat instruction manual and/or manufacturer's website for guidance on initial installation.
Technicians will inspect the seat installation and help you make any adjustments if necessary. The technicians will require your full attention and willingness to learn as this is an educational service, not an installation service.
Car seat checks are offered between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays by appointment only. This service is offered to Glenview residents only, and proof of residency is required.
Schedule an appointment by calling (847) 901-6188. Leave a message and the call will be returned to set up the appointment. There is no charge for this service.
Vacation and emergency information
If you will be away from your home for a period, let the department know by completing this vacant house alert web form.
If you have not already provided the department contact information for your business, complete this emergency contact information web form.
The Glenview Police Department will provide fingerprints to applicants for employment and background applications by appointment only. The resident must supply the appropriate fingerprint card(s).
This service is performed between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment only. Call (847) 901-6188 to schedule an appointment. There is no charge for this service.
The Glenview Police Department does not provide fingerprints for any prints that require electronic transmission. See the Illinois State Police Firearms Service Bureau website for information.
Premise Alert Program
The Illinois Premise Alert Program (Public Act 96-0788) provides for public safety agencies in the State of Illinois to allow people with disabilities, special needs, or both to provide information to police, fire and EMS personnel to be kept in a database. The information provided can be used to offer guidance and assistance to public safety workers in responding to and assisting those persons with disabilities or special needs. Families, caregivers, or the person with a disability or special needs may provide this information.
The department offers the following resources for obtaining information about health and safety concerns: