Chief of Police
The Police Chief reports to the Village Manager and the President and Board of Trustees and ensures the efficient and effective operation of all components of the Police Department.
In addition to leading the Department, the Police Chief is also a police officer and holds all responsibilities and rights afforded that role, including preserving the peace, preventing crimes, assisting victims of crime, apprehending criminals and other offenders and executing warrants.
As the Chief of Police, duties are defined in Chapter 34 Village of La Grange Code of Ordinances. Some of those duties include:
- Preserving the peace, order, and safety of the Village
- Protecting the rights of persons and the protection of property in the Village
- Enforcing the Village Code, all Village Ordinances, State Statutes and all lawful orders of the Village Board
- Providing a proper Police force and to maintain discipline within the Police Department
- Receiving and investigating any complaints against the members of the Police Department
The La Grange Police Department has a Commitment to Our Community to serve every resident with integrity, professionalism and equity - no matter their race, religion, orientation or housing status.
For more information regarding the Police Department’s Commitment, please see a letter from the Police Chief.