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Department Overview

The primary responsibility of the Police Department is to ensure the safety and well being of all people in the Village. The members of the Department enforce all laws in a professional manner and the well-trained staff responds to the emergency and daily needs of the community. An active partnership with the citizens and business community of the Village of Huntley is a critical component of the overall success of the Department.

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Area Sergeants Administration Geographic Based Policing
Programs, Events, Services Support Services CALEA
Annual Reports Employment  

Value Statement
Treat all citizens with equality, respect, and compassion.

While serving with integrity, work as a team to provide professional service to the community and maintain a high quality of life.

Vision Statement
The Huntley Police Department will provide a gold standard of service while striving to advance the proficiency of our staff to address the ever changing needs of the community, therefore becoming a model for other law enforcement agencies.

Mission Statement
With crime prevention and law enforcement as our cornerstone, the Huntley Police Department is committed to providing professional service through a well-trained staff working with the community and other departments and agencies to maintain a safe, friendly village.



Effective April 1, 2017, the Huntley Police Department is using an online portal to process requests for vacation house watches and over night parking requests. Using FRONTLINE Public Safety Solutions, citizens can safely and securely submit this information online which will then be directed to the Huntley Police Department.

Click here to access the forms

BASSET Training will be held at the Police Department on Saturday, August 12.

Click here for more information and to register

We are now accepting applications for the 2017 CERT class. It starts September 20 and meets every Wednesday through October 25. The class culminates with a final disaster drill on Saturday, October 28.

Click here for more information and to apply

Summer is in full swing and many of you are enjoying bicycling through our lovely community. Officer Cory Coss provides some safety reminders for cyclists in this month's edition of Huntley Safety 1st.

Huntley Safety 1st is a monthly education series written by the staff of the Huntley Police Department. On the first of each month, we provide citizens with information on a different public safety related issue.

Read Huntley Safety 1st

Help us support the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Illinois by participating in the 2nd Annual Trick or Treat Trot 5K on Sunday, October 22.

Read more about LETR events

Since 2011, numerous burglaries have occurred in the Sun City community. On September 26, a home on Indiana Court was burglarized.  Historically, this group is active during the early fall. We ask all residents to remain vigilant for suspicious activity in your neighborhood and call 9-1-1 to report such activity immediately.

READ MORE about these burglaries and suggestions to keep your home safe


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The Huntley Police Department now provides a drop-off location for the safe disposal of prescription medications.

Through the CVS Pharmacy's Drug Disposal for Safer Communities Program, the medication disposal drop box inside the lobby of the Police Department allows residents to bring their unused, expired and unwanted medications and drop them into a secure place where the police department will destroy them appropriately.

READ MORE about the Medication Disposal Box



Alerts and Notifications

Police Reports/Public Records

Freedom of Information Requests/Public Records

Registered Sex Offenders


Solicitation Application and Requirements

How to Obtain a Copy of an Accident Report

Compliment and Complaint Procedures

Parking Restrictions

Golf Cart Operation

School Safety

Severe Weather Safety


The Huntley Police Department has the ability to send out up to the minute information through the Nixle Community Information Service. Nixle will then deliver this information to you instantly by cell phone text message and/or email.

Notifications can also be accessed online at Nixle’s web site at

Example messages may include Tornado Alerts, Amber Alerts, major traffic accidents as well as other relevant safety and community event information.

The service is reliable and free. There is NO spam and no hidden cost; you receive messages as part of their cell phone text messaging plan. YOU decide what information you want and whether you want it sent to your cell phone or just simply over the web.  Click on the link to the right to sign up.

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Please note: After a Tornado siren is activated, the Huntley Police Department WILL NOT issue an all clear siren. Please monitor local weather via television or radio. It is highly recommended that you purchase a NOAA Weather Radio.



Robert Porter


10911 Main Street

Huntley, IL 60142
Fax: 847-515-5370


Todd Fulton


Support Services Bureau

Michael Klunk


Patrol Services Bureau

EMERGENCY:  9 - 1 - 1

Phone: 847-515-5311

Fax: 847-515-5370

Records Division Hours
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

After hours, Police Radio Dispatchers answer telephones.

Blue signs with white arrows have been posted on primary local and state roads to assist citizens in locating the police station.


Tip Line 847-515-5333 All information is confidential


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Village of Huntley 10987 Main Street Huntley, IL 60142 PHONE: 847-669-9600 Location Contacts