On Tuesday, June 12th, the Special Olympics Torch will be ran through Will County. At about 9:30am Romeoville Police will be receiving the Torch from Bolingbrook Police on Route 53 near Normantown Road. Romeoville Police will run the torch southbound on Route 53 to Airport Road where it will be handed off to Lockport Police and State Police to continue its journey. We anticipate our leg of the journey to be completed by 10:30am. Come out and watch the torch as it makes it way through the county.
Please remember traffic may move a little slower than usual as one lane of traffic will be used for the run. We appreciate your courtesy.
Romeoville Police raised over $6,000. for Special Olympics during this year's Cop On Top event! Thanks to Detective Dorsey for organizing the event, all the Officers who participated, and to all of the people who donated to this cause! Good work!
Lodge 15 is selling raffle tickets to raise funds for our organization. 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 legally eligible to accept transfer of a firearm. Winner will be announced at the 15th Annual Golf Scramble and BBQ hosted Friday, September 21, 2018. Contact any member or send us a message to purchase tickets.
Ticket Price: $10. -OR- 5 for $40.
Nick is an Officer with Romeoville Police Department, currently assigned to the Traffic Division.
Karyn is the supervisor of Romeoville Police Department's Records Division.
Officer Szalinski successfully completed the Cook County Sheriff's Police Academy with honors in April 2018. We are excited for him to join the team!
Recruites Journey and Diaz will be starting the Police Academy in May 2018. We wish them success, and are confident they will represent Romeoville Police Department well!