January 25, 2020
Public Safety Solutions Tool-Kit
DuPage County Sheriff's Office

As a citizen, you have the ability to request your own entries that will be directed right to your police department. Simply choose the selection below and fill out a form for your request.

Vacation Watch

Provide us the details of your property and the date ranges you will be gone. Once added to our database, your property will be patrolled while you are away.

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Citizen Reporting

Provide us with details of incidents that do not require an immediate police response. Once in our database, police will initiate extra patrols in the area.

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Pet Management

Provide us the details of your pet. Once added to our database, your pet information will be available to the police department in case of lost or stolen.

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This system is for the reporting of non-emergency incidents to the DuPage County Sheriff's Office that are NOT of a violent or in-progress nature and to report incidents where there are no known suspects.

For ANY emergency or violent crimes, CALL 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY.

Please fill out all requested information as carefully and completely as possible so that the DuPage County Sheriff's Office is provided with accurate information.

Be thorough, complete, and detailed, particularly with "Vacation Watch" requests. Be sure to include keyholder or visitor contact information in the comments section including their names and phone numbers.

If the incident you wish to report is an emergency, a crime-in-progress, or involves any type of injury, do not submit a report online and dial 9-1-1. The loss or theft of a firearm or of prescription medication, narcotic or otherwise, CANNOT be reported online, nor can any crime of violence.

For any non-emergency incident that requires a police officer to respond, or any situation where you would like to have a police officer dispatched to speak with you, dial the non-emergency number (630) 407-2400.

Before you proceed, you should be aware that it is a crime to make a false police report and all instances of false reports will be prosecuted.

The DuPage County Sheriff's Office is proud to offer a proactive approach to helping families with members who may become lost due to medical and/or mental conditions.  The Sheriff's Program for At Risk Residents (S.P.A.R.R.) offers families the opportunity to provide important information regarding an at risk member to law enforcement prior to an emergency occurring. If you have a loved one who may be at risk for wandering away from home, please contact the DuPage County Sheriff's Office, Community Resource Unit, at 630-407-2141 to schedule an appointment to have your loved one registered.  Once registered with the DuPage County Sheriff's Office SPARR program, information will be loaded into this database for law enforcement response by Sheriff's Office Personnel.





This program is not intended to take the place of any safety measures families should be taking in order to ensure the safety and security of at risk family members.  This program is meant as a tool to aid law enforcement in the event of an emergency involving the registered member.