Other Crime Prevention Programs
Eagle Eye Neighborhood Park Watch
The goal of this program is to prevent crime and vandalism to the playground and park equipment and to alleviate suspicious activities by promoting community involvement. Through the involvement of police, park district, and citizens, our goal is to create a safe haven for children and adults to play and learn.
National Night Out
Crime Prevention officers organize and coordinate this annual Village resident gathering on the first Tuesday of August.
Security Surveys/Risk Assessments
A Crime Prevention officer will meet with the resident or business owner in his/her home or business and discuss various crime prevention measures that can be taken to improve the security of his/her home or business. While taking a brief tour of the building and property, the Crime Prevention officer will complete a residential or business security survey form which will be discussed and turned over to the resident or business owner.
Personal Safety Training
Crime Prevention officers provide personal safety seminars for all interested organizations upon request.
Bank Robbery Prevention
Crime Prevention officers, in conjunction with officers from the Investigations Section of the Department, provide training to bank employees on bank robbery prevention and preparedness.
Tobacco Retailer Inspections
Crime Prevention officers conduct semi-annual inspections of tobacco retailers to check for illegal sales of tobacco products to underage persons.
Active Shooter Response Training Class
Free Survival Mindset and Course of Action Active Shooter Response training class for Addison residents, schools, organizations and businesses. For more information or to schedule a presentation, please contact Deputy Chief Roy Selvik at (630) 543-3080.
Illinois Premise Alert Program
On August 28, 2009, the State of Illinois passed the Illinois Premise Alert Program Act. This Act was passed to ensure that consistently high levels of public safety service are available to every resident in the State of Illinois, including those who may require special consideration.
This Act allows individuals with special needs or disabilities, their families or their caregivers an opportunity to provide information that describes what special circumstances may be required when first responders, such as Police, Fire or Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel, respond to that individual’s residence or place of work in the event of an emergency. The information will be kept in a secure database and can only be accessed by the Police, Fire or EMS units responding to the specific location. All information provided is strictly voluntary on the part of the participants and is kept confidential.
For more information, call Crime Prevention at (630) 543-3080. To register for the program, you can either download the form here or pick up a registration form at the Addison Police Department, 3 Friendship Plaza. Completed registration forms must be returned to the Addison Police Department.