Police Department

Police Chief P. RollinsWelcome to the Sugar Grove Police Department’s web site. We appreciate your interest, and look forward to you visiting us here often. Your thoughts and concerns are very important to us and we encourage you to let us know how our performance is measuring up to your expectations. My staff and I hope that you’ll find this information useful in getting to know us better.

It is the duty of the Sugar Grove Police Department to seek and find ways to affirmatively promote, preserve and deliver a feeling of security, safety, and productive quality services for all citizens in our community.

As an agency committed to community quality, “A Community Partner”, all department members are trained to a high level and are dedicated to helping citizens and families improve the neighborhood environment as a means to a safer, more enjoyable community. Preventing crime is our first operational priority as we work from a community-based philosophy of policing. Working together we are most apt to make lasting improvements in our quality of life. I encourage citizens to offer suggestions on how we might provide better police services in the future.

PDPatchMission Statement

The mission for every member of the Sugar Grove Police Department is to affirmatively promote a feeling of security and safety for every member of our community. This mission represents the commitment of this administration to the concepts of quality performance management utilizing the precepts of community oriented policing. Community oriented policing is a philosophy of client based service delivery working in a proactive partnership with citizens to identify and solve problems.

With quality service as our foundation, we are dedicated to deliver the highest level of law enforcement services in response to ever changing needs. This goal will be accomplished by promoting justice, equality, fairness, honesty, integrity, legality and dedication.

We will endeavor to detect and investigate criminal activity, apprehend offenders, recover stolen property, and safely regulate the movement of vehicle traffic while maintaining the highest level of professionalism through proper training, leadership and communication.

Contact Us:

10 S. Municipal Drive
Sugar Grove, Illinois 60554
Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: 630-391-7250
Fax 630-391-7266

You can submit a Citizen Request or ask a question using our online system 24 hours a day by clicking here.  Requests made through the online system are tracked in a database to ensure proper follow-up and automatically notify the proper person or departments