I have served the Village of Round Lake Beach for over 20 years and I am honored and humbled to be the Chief of the Police Department. We are dedicated to providing effective, efficient, and sustainable services for the village. This Police Department is committed to working with the community to provide a safe environment for residents, businesses and visitors. We are here to not only protect, but also serve. Do not hesitate to call when you need our services, have a question, or have observed a crime.
2020 Trick or Treat Guidelines
*** Telephone Reporting for all Non-Emergency Calls***
In an effort to reduce the potential exposure of our police first responders during the period that Lake County is impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) the Round Lake Beach Police Department will be temporarily adjusting our response procedures. To file a report or complaint that is of a non-emergency nature, citizens are requested to continue to call the non-emergency line at (847) 270-9111. The dispatcher will take the required information and an officer will re-contact you as soon as possible via telephone to handle your call for service. Examples of non-emergency calls include but are not limited to: delayed theft reports, damage to property, and fraud. The Department will continue to physically respond to all high-priority, emergency, exigent, in progress calls that effect life and/or safety issues. Additionally, anytime you feel in danger never hesitate to dial 911. This procedure will free up officers to continue to actively patrol neighborhoods and our business districts. We thank you all for your support and cooperation during these events.