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National Law Enforcement Accreditation 2000

CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS

SENIORS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT TOGETHER (S.A.L.T.)

Crime Prevention Officers work with the Senior Program Coordinator from the Addison Park District and members of the Addison Senior Citizens Club to provide crime prevention programs and programs to enhance the quality of life for senior citizens.

Elderly Service Officer (ESO)
Crime Prevention Officers are trained and certified as ESO officers and alert senior citizens to crimes which may target them as victims.

Volunteers in Policing (VIP)
Volunteers in Policing began in 1993. The Volunteers in Policing Lobby Program was initiated in the Fall of 2001. VIPs greet persons in the Police Department lobby during the day, Monday through Friday, and provide court directions and answer general questions. A variety of other VIP positions are available throughout the Department. For more information or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer at the Police Department, click here or contact the Crime Prevention Officers at (630) 543-3080.