Police from Romeoville and other agencies in Will County work closely with the Will County Children's Advocacy Center staff. The WCCAC provides hope, healing, and justice for children (and non-offending family members) who have endured physical and sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, child pornography, neglect, and exposure to violence. Our Lodge is thankful for their service, and returned the support by making a $1,000. donation.
For more information about the WCCAC, or to make a donation of your own, please visit their website.
Lodge 15 is selling raffle tickets to raise funds to support our Organization's charitable giving. The winning ticket-holder will have the choice between accepting a $1,000. cash prize, OR a Springfield Armory OD Green .45 Marine Corps Loaded Operator 1911 pistol. Winner choosing to accept the pistol must be legally eligible to accept transfer of a firearm. Winner will be drawn and announced at the 16th Annual Golf Outing and BBQ hosted Friday, September 20, 2019. Contact any member or send us a message to purchase tickets.
Ticket Price: $10. -OR- 5 for $40.
Recent amendments to the Lodge By-Laws now expands Associate Membership eligibility. Now civilian employees, retirees, or volunteers for the Village of Romeoville, Lewis University, Laraway Communication Center, or any other law enforcement agency; or family members of any individual eligible for Active or Associate membership may apply.
Sean is an Officer with Romeoville Police Department, currently assigned to the Traffic Division.
Liz is the Evidence Custodian at Romeoville Police Department.
Reza is a Romeoville Emergency Management Agency volunteer.
Officer Journey completed her academy training and was sworn in in September 2018!