Youth Programs and Events
HHS Summer Forum
HHS Summer Forum is an annual 3 day program for incoming freshman of Huntley High School designed to provide them with important information they will need before entering their high school years, all while incorporating fun games, activities, and team building exercises.
L.E.A.D. the Way
Huntley Police Department created and implemented L.E.A.D. the Way, a 5th grade drug awareness and life skills program for Leggee Elementary School. L.E.A.D. stands for Learning Effective and Assertive Decision-Making.
The teen program is designed to give insight into law enforcement careers for young men and women aged 14 to 20, through hands-on activities.
School Resource Officer
The School Resource Officer is a visible, active law enforcement figure on campus and provides positive assistance when students are in need of individual intervention or assistance.
Speakers and Station Tours
Arrange for your group to learn more about us and various law enforcement and public safety related topics.
T.A.C.T. (Peer Jury)
Teen Court is a program which allows a first-time teenage offender an opportunity to have his/her case heard by a jury of peers instead of going to the traditional court.
For more information regarding Public Safety Programs please call the police department non-emergency number at 847-515-5311.