For Emergencies, call 911
For Non-Emergencies, please call (708) 839-2732
Open 24 hours, 7 days a week
8255 Willow Springs Road
Frank Esposito, Interim Chief of Police
It is the mission of the Willow Springs Police Department to provide professional, high quality, and effective police service in partnership with the community. We, the members of the Willow Springs Police Department believe that our work has a vital impact on the quality of life within the Village of Willow Springs. We will provide essential services, preserve peace and order, reduce the fear of crime within the community, and protect the constitutional rights of all persons.
No overnight parking is allowed on Village streets from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. Please contact the Police Department if you have a temporary need for parking on the street. To facilitate the removal of snow, there is no parking day or night with a snow of 2 or more inches.
Police tickets are paid at the Police Department. P-tickets and C-tickets can be paid online at violationspayment.com. Request a court date by simply filling out the white form inside the ticket and mailing it back to the Police Department. For all questions regarding citations, please contact the Police Department.
Crime and Scam Prevention:
The vigilance of the Willow Springs Police Department has kept crime in our community to a minimum; however, a strong community is built on public input and involvement in policing. “If you see something, say something. Call the Police.” It is critical that each resident and business owner take steps to assist in the prevention of criminal activity. Please click on each link to read and download the articles.
- IRS, Email, and Utility Work Scams
- General Tips for Crime Prevention
- Summer Safety Tips
- Property Fraud Alert
Reverse 911 Notification System:
The Village of Willow Springs participates in a “Reverse 911” system which dispatches public safety messages directly to your phone in the event of an emergency. To register your telephone number, please click here.
Prescription Drug Disposal:
Proper disposal of unused drugs saves lives and protects the environment. The Cook County Sheriff’s Prescription Drug Take-Back Program is a free service for Cook County residents to collect their unused and expired prescription and nonprescription drugs. Safely dispose of your pharmaceuticals at the Willow Springs Police Department 24/7. No liquids accepted.