The Monee Police Department is responsible for maintaining law and order in the town of Monee, Illinois. As an official source, we strive to provide a safe and secure environment for all residents and visitors. The police department operates under the supervision of the Monee Village Board and reports to the Village President.
The Monee Police Department offers a range of services to the community. Our dedicated officers work diligently to prevent crime, respond to emergencies, and enforce local, state, and federal laws. We also provide assistance to residents in need, such as conducting welfare checks and offering support during times of crisis. Additionally, our department is actively involved in community outreach programs to foster positive relationships with the public.
If you need to contact the Monee Police Department, you can reach us at the following address and phone number:
Monee Police Department 5357 West Main Street, Monee, Illinois, 60449 Phone: 708-534-8321
Unfortunately, the Monee Police Department does not have a website at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
The main duty of the Monee Police Department is to ensure public safety and uphold the law. In Monee, access to public arrest records is permitted under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). This law allows residents to request and obtain records of arrests made by the police department, unless they are exempted from disclosure by law.
When individuals are detained by the Monee Police Department, they may be processed, fingerprinted, and photographed. Depending on the nature of the offense, they may be released with a citation, held in custody until their court appearance, or transferred to another facility if necessary. It is important to note that the final disposition of a case can only be obtained from the court system.
Residents who wish to obtain arrest records from the Monee Police Department can submit a FOIA request. This can be done by contacting the department directly or visiting their office during business hours. The request should include specific details such as the name of the individual, date of arrest, and any other relevant information that can help in locating the desired records.
The Monee Police Department works closely with local courts and prisons to ensure the proper handling of criminal cases. When an individual is arrested, they may be transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility or another appropriate facility based on the nature of the offense and available resources.
To find out where a criminal has been transported, individuals can contact the Monee Police Department directly. Our officers will provide the necessary information and guidance on how to proceed. It is important to note that the availability of this information may vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case.
For further assistance or inquiries regarding jail registers or the status of a detained individual, please contact the Monee Police Department at the provided phone number.
For additional police records and information, you may find the following resources helpful:
Please note that the availability and access to these records may vary. We recommend contacting the respective agencies or visiting their websites for the most up-to-date information.