The Manhattan Police Department is responsible for maintaining law and order in the town of Manhattan, Illinois. As an official source, we would like to provide you with information about the principles of operation of our police department. The Manhattan Police Department reports to the town's mayor and city council, ensuring that the community remains safe and secure.
Our police department provides a wide range of services to the residents of Manhattan. These services include patrolling the town to prevent and detect crime, responding to emergency calls, conducting investigations, and enforcing traffic laws. Additionally, our officers work closely with other law enforcement agencies to ensure the safety of our community.
If you need to contact the Manhattan Police Department, you can visit us at 245 South State Street, Manhattan, Illinois, 60442. Our phone number is 815-478-4408. Unfortunately, we do not have a website at this time.
The main duty of the Manhattan Police Department is to ensure the safety and security of the community. In Manhattan, access to public arrest records is permitted under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). This law allows residents to request and obtain information about arrests made by the police department.
When a criminal is detained by the Manhattan Police Department, they may be held at our local jail or transported to a county or state facility, depending on the severity of the crime. Residents who are interested in obtaining arrest records can contact the Manhattan Police Department directly to inquire about the process and any associated fees.
Residents may also be able to obtain records from the police department by submitting a FOIA request. This allows individuals to access public records, including arrest records, held by governmental bodies. The Manhattan Police Department is committed to transparency and will provide information in accordance with the law.
The Manhattan Police Department works closely with the local courts and prisons to ensure the proper handling of criminals. When a criminal is arrested, they may be transported to a county jail or state prison, depending on the nature of the crime and the length of the sentence.
To find out where a criminal has been transported, individuals can contact the Manhattan Police Department for more information. Our officers can provide details about the court proceedings and the location where the individual is being held.
Please note that the Manhattan Police Department does not maintain a jail register. Information regarding the custody and location of individuals may be obtained from the relevant court or the correctional facility where the individual is being held.
For additional police records and information, you may find the following links helpful:
Please note that these links provide access to external websites and resources, which are not maintained by the Manhattan Police Department. We recommend using these resources responsibly and in accordance with the law.