Wheaton Police Department
The Wheaton Police Department has been at its current location on W. Liberty Drive since 1990, but has existed in the City of Wheaton for more than 150 years. Staffed by more than 90 full-time employees, the department has 66 sworn officers, 19 civilian employees and 13 members serving the part-time auxiliary unit. Deputy Chief of Police Tom Meloni insists that, if you think you might need police assistance, call 911 and the department will respond promptly.
- Fax: 630-260-4865
- Hours: Daily, 24 hours
- Handicap Accessible: Parking available. Lowered curb at entrance; button for automatic entry; elevators in building
- What makes this community special?: Deputy Chief of Police Tom Meloni said, "We pride ourselves in protecting and serving the entire community with respect, compassion, integrity, efficiency and leadership," as it is their statement of quality.
- Services: Vacation Watch Program, animal control, animal noise regulation, child seat inspections, child safety, the Emergency Key Holder Cards Program and fingerprinting
- Parking: Free lot, On-street: free
- Public restrooms: Yes
- Wi-Fi: None
- Auxiliary: Yes
- Bureaus: Detective, Traffic