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PD LogoThe Police Department strives to protect and care for the well-being of our community while providing excellence in police service. The Police Department is committed to the values of integrity, fairness, competency and professionalism through positive and meaningful police-citizen interactions and partnerships; these interactions and partnerships preserve the peace and safety of the Village of Round Lake, making the Village a very desirable place to live, work, and visit.

The primary responsibilities of the Police Department include: 

  • Protecting and serving the residents of the Village of Round Lake
  • Planning and budgeting of the department
  • Improving the Department’s response to domestic violence
  • Facilitating and coordinating Law Enforcement services to the community
  • Planning police coverage
  • Addressing legal and legislative matters
  • Administering labor agreements
  • Providing a liaison to the news media

Under the direction of the Chief of Police, the Police Department functions through two Divisions, Administration and Operations.  Each Division is commanded by a Department Commander.
  
The Administration Division includes the records department, procurement, and professional standards, while the Operations Division of the Police Department includes the patrol and investigative operations. 

Now Available: Overnight Parking and Vacation Watch Online Requests

Overnight street parking and vacation watch requests are now available and processed by submitting a request below.  All information will be safely and securely transmitted to the Round Lake Police Department.

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Certifications for Victims of Qualifying Criminal Activity

Under certain circumstances, federal law allows temporary immigration benefits, known as a U visa, to victims and witnesses of certain qualifying crimes (8 USC § 1101(a)(15)(U)). The Deputy Chief of Police is designated to complete the law enforcement certification for a U visa.

Similar immigration protection, known as a T visa, is available for certain qualifying victims of human trafficking (8 USC § 1101(a)(15)(T)). The Deputy Chief of Police is designated to complete a law enforcement declaration for a T visa (5 ILCS 825/10). Learn More