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The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Partnering with Metra, is Coordinating the 5th Annual Illinois Rail Safety Week
2018.09.17 - The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) has asked the Governor of the State of Illinois to declare September 23rd to 29th as Illinois Rail Safety Week in order to promote vehicle and pedestrian safety around railroad tracks and trains.
Local Law Enforcement to hold Scam Awareness Presentations
2018.09.11 - Two opportunities to attend Scam Awareness presentations October 1st and 5th.
Special Event Traffic Alert - Brew at the Bridge
2018.09.10 - The Village of Oswego Police Department is reminding the public to expect increased traffic congestion and delays in Oswego Saturday September 15, 2018 due to Brew at the Bridge event activities.
Oswego Police Announce Labor Day Click It or Ticket Campaign Results
2018.09.06 - The Oswego Police Department partnered with law enforcement agencies around the state for the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and Click It or Ticket Labor Day safety campaign, ramping up its usual enforcement efforts.
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School Tip Hotline
The Oswego Police Department and Oswego Community Unit School District 308 have partnered to create a program that allows students and parents to anonymously provide tips about criminal activity occurring on school district property.
ID This Person
IDThisPerson.com is a private endeavor created to assist Law Enforcement with identifying subjects wanted for questioning in criminal investigations. Visitors who identify subjects can remain 100% anonymous.
The Oswego Police Department has entered into an agreement with BuyCrash.com to place traffic accident reports on-line utilizing their Accident Report System. Simply enter your accident date and report number to get started.
The Oswego Police Department is committed to enhancing the quality of life by ensuring the safety of the community through the protection of life, liberty and property. We will continue to foster cooperation by building diverse partnerships and serving the community with integrity, professionalism and compassion.