Caseyville Police Department

CPD Mission Statement


To obtain police records or for administrative business

Monday - Friday between 8am-4pm:

(618) 344-2151

Leadership                                    

Chief: Frank Moore
Email: fmoore@caseyville.org

Information:

Officers on duty 24 hours a day.

The police force consists of 11 full- time, 12 part-time police officers, one police K-9 and one part-time Animal Control Officer.

PHOTO GALLERY:

Police Department Awards

Important Links:

Visit us on Facebook:  caseyvillepolice

Follow us on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/caseyvillepd

CPD Safety Tips

CPD Burglary Prevention Tips

CPD Vehicle Burglary Prevention

CPD Shopping Tips
Illinois Sex Offender Registry
Illinois State Police Homepage

Southwestern Illinois Violence Prevention Center

http://www.vpcswi.org/

Department of Children and Family Services http://www.illinois.gov/dcfs/Pages/default.aspx

Illinois Conceal Carry Permit

https://www.ispfsb.com/

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children http://www.missingkids.org/home

St. Clair County, Illinois

http://www.co.st-clair.il.us/Pages/default.aspx

BackStoppers

http://backstoppers.org/

 

 

 

        Address: 10 West Morris
                       Caseyville, IL 62232
                       Map/Driving Directions

 

        Phone:    (618) 277-3500

        Emergency:  9-1-1

 

Caseyville Police Department Contacts

Chief Frank Moore 344.2151 ext. 113

Sergeant Gerard Spratt 344.2151 ext. 116

Detective M. Andy Reel 344.2151 ext. 142

Investigations 344.2151 ext. 142

Police Clerk 344.2151 ext. 110

Code Enforcement 344.2151 ext. 135

Animal Control 344.2151 ext. 135

Non-Emergency Dispatch (CENCOM) 825.2051


 

Announcement

The Caseyville Police Department encourages our residents to check out and register with https://www.smart911.com/.  Smart911 is a free service used by public safety agencies in St. Clair County and across the country to enhance communication and response for their community.  It can be used by 9-1-1 agencies to quickly send first responders to the location of an emergency with more information, by emergency management to better plan for and respond to disasters, and by municipalities to send emergency notifications to their citizens.

By creating a Safety Profile for your family, you are providing potentially life-saving information to public safety officials at the time when they need it most.  More about this free program can be found at: https://safety.smart911.com/smart911/.