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Crime Prevention

Unlocked Vehicles are the Target of Burglars

With the holiday shopping season in full swing, please be aware that a vehicle stuffed with bags and packages is enticing to a would-be thief. Often, these burglars enter vehicles left unlocked. Remember to keep vehicles locked and garage doors closed. An unlocked vehicle in the driveway could provide access to a garage door opener that grants access into a garage or even home. Police Department investigations show the offender(s) also are looking to steal cars that are left with the keys in them to commit crimes in other jurisdictions.

Community Shredding Event

05/19/2018 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Do you have confidential paperwork at home that needs to be properly and securely destroyed? Documents such as bank statements, credit card statements/applications, social security information, and Medicare/Medicaid information?

Community Shredding Event

05/20/2017 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

 

Do you have confidential paperwork at home that needs to be properly and securely destroyed? Documents such as bank statements, credit card statements/applications, social security information, and Medicare/Medicaid information?

Illinois Murderer and Violent Offenders Against Youth (IMVOAY)

 State of Illinois IMVOAY.

All Illinois Murderer and Violent Offenders Against Youth (IMVOAY) listed as residing in the City of St. Charles, IL can be found on the State of Illinois IMVOAY registry.

Persons required to register as Violent Offender Against Youths are persons who have been convicted of an offense listed in Illinois Compiled Statutes 730 ILCS 154/5 when such charge results in the finding the offense was not sexually motivated and in the finding one of the following:

Quarterly Crime Prevention Newsletter

The Crime Prevention section of the St. Charles Police Department issues a community newsletter quarterly. The first issue was offered in October 2014. Its goal is to provide helpful information for protecting yourself, family, home and other areas of your life against crime. The information may be seasonally based and offer criminal information that surround holidays and weather. Crime trends within the city also are addressed, with tips on how to defend yourself against a certain trend. Past issues are archived here.

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