The Police Department provides 24-hour protection for residents, businesses and the thousands of visitors and patrons who support West Dundee’s business community. The West Dundee Police Department takes a proactive approach to law enforcement by using prevention and education as its primary tools.
Personnel are dispatched to calls for service by the QuadCom Regional Dispatch Center located in Carpentersville. This center is a 9-1-1 emergency dispatch system which serves 5 police agencies and 4 fire agencies. On average, the Department receives approximately 8,000 calls for service throughout the year. A majority of these calls are non-violent crime which includes traffic enforcement, motor vehicle crashes, thefts, deceptive practice and other forms of fraud.
In addition to the normal law enforcement activities, the Police Department sponsors several community-oriented programs including:
Dogs over four months of age must be licensed by the Village within 30 days of moving in. Proof of a valid rabies inoculation is required. A one-year tag is available with a one-year rabies inoculation for $10.00, and a three-year tag is available with a three-year inoculation for $20.00. Dog tags may be purchased at the Police Department or at the Village Hall.
Residents can report minor traffic violations to the Police Department by completing a Neighborhood Traffic Violation Reporting Form regarding specific vehicles. Please note the following general guidelines.
Public Safety Center I
555 South Eighth Street (Route 31)
West Dundee, IL 60118
8am - 5pm M-F
New hours effective 8/25
QuadCom Non-emergency dispatch: (847) 428-8784
Call 911 to report an emergency.
Crime Tip Hotline: (847) 586-5600, firstname.lastname@example.org
Anonymously report a crime solving tip to the West Dundee Police Department.
Submit a message below or call (847) 586-5600.
For in-progress crimes or matters that require immediate police response, call 9-1-1.
Pay your parking tickets, village fines and utility bills online.