Orland Park Police Department

One of the most visible Village departments, the Police work to keep the Orland Park community safe and oversee the enforcement of laws and ordinances. The Police Department is comprised of the following divisions: Administration, Patrol, Investigations and Administrative/Technical Services.

The Orland Park Police Department is the primary signal answering center for emergency calls for police, fire, and ambulance service for approximately 60,000 people in Orland Park and Orland Hills.

In addition to providing the community with professional, high quality, and effective police service, the department supports numerous community activities including, Special Olympics, National Night Out Against Crime, and Crime-free Housing Seminars.


Updated December 3, 2018

Orland Park Police Dept.'s newest K-9 officer, Maverick, is in South Carolina receiving his police dog training and has recently been joined by Officer Zummerling. Keep up the good work, Maverick! #OPPDMaverick

Orland Park Police - K-9 Officer Maverick Update
Wanted "Wednesday"

Updated December 19, 2018

This week’s Wanted Wednesday criminal used a fraudulent prescription to obtain medication from a pharmacy.

It’s going to be a bitter pill to swallow when she is charged for her actions.

Orland Park Police Wanted Wednesday

If you recognize this individual or have information that can assist in our efforts to locate her, please call the Orland Park Police Department at 708-349-4111 or 708-349-TIPS (8477) or email us at crimetips@orlandpark.org. #wantedwednesday

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Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: (708) 349-4111


Have a tip about a crime or accident happening in Orland Park? Be as detailed as possible and leave your name and phone number if you wish to have an officer respond to you.
(708) 349-TIPS (8477)

Upcoming Events
   National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
   Apr 27 2019 at 09:00 AM