The Police Department is located at 115 E. 3rd Street. Records Services hours are 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m Monday-Friday. Walk-in Police assistance after Records Services hours is obtained via use of the red phone, marked 911, in the lobby entrance of the Police Department. Police-related phone inquiries after Records Services hours can be directed to the QuadCom non-emergency number of 847-428-8784. QuadCom serves 5 Police Departments and 4 Fire Departments. If you need Police assistance, dial 911.

The Police Department of the Village of East Dundee will strive to keep the community of East Dundee and its residents safe and secure through dedicated professional Police personnel who establish partnerships within the community to prevent crime and promote community safety. Members of the Police Department will provide timely, effective, and unbiased community service as professionals with integrity and respect.

In accomplishing our mission: Professional service will be our commitment. Integrity, fairness and respect will be our mandates.

The Police Department provides 24-hour protection for residents, businesses. Personnel are dispatched to calls for service by the QuadCom Regional Dispatch Center located in Carpentersville. This center is a 9-1-1 emergency dispatch system which serves 5 police agencies and 4 fire agencies. In addition to the normal law enforcement activities, the Police Department sponsors several community-oriented programs including:

   Chief of Police                                        Deputy Chief of Police                            Police Clerk
   James R. Kruger Jr., CPC                   Schenita Stewart                                    Alex Villagomez                    





Chief’s Welcome Message

On behalf of the East Dundee Police Department, welcome to our homepage.  My name is Chief James Kruger and I have the honor to have been appointed your police chief in February of 2022.  The East Dundee Police Department is a full service, Illinois Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ILEAP), accredited municipal police department. 

The Police Department is staffed by thirteen full and six part time sworn police officers.  Our department values are integrity, fairness, and respect.

As part of our pledge to the community, we have embraced the 10 Shared Principles.  This is a landmark collaborative effort between the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police and the Illinois NAACP.  At their root, the principles focus on the sanctity of human life, and our pledge to Procedural Justice, both internally and externally, as a means to foster legitimacy in all of our interactions with the community.  For more information on the Principles, click this video link.

I welcome your input as well as your compliments and concerns about any services you have received from officers of the East Dundee Police Department.  I look forward to meeting our residents and visitors as I begin my tenure as your chief of police.  Thank you for your continued support of the department and the law enforcement community.

Chief James R. Kruger Jr.       
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