To obtain police records or for administrative business
Monday - Friday between 8am-4pm:
Chief: Frank Moore
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.
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St. Clair County, Illinois
Address: 10 West Morris
Caseyville, IL 62232
Phone: (618) 277-3500
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
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