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Child Safety Seat Inspections
Contact: Administrative Office
Telephone: 630-553-4340
Several of our Yorkville Police Department Officers are certified child safety seat inspectors. They can make sure safety seats have been properly installed and if they are safe for the child using them. Periodically they will have "Child Safety Seat Checkpoints" where appointments can be made to have safety seats checked. We currently do not take appointments for day-to-day checks. To see if an officer is available to look at a safety seat installed in your vehicle, call 630-553-4340 and our staff will be happy to assist you.

Citizens Police Academy
Contact: Deputy Chief Terry Klingel
Telephone: 630-553-4340
The Citizens Police Academy (CPA) is a thirteen week class which explains and demonstrates the activities of the Yorkville Police Department. There are two to three classes offered each year and applications are available at the police department or online.

Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association
Telephone: 630-553-8599 Ext. 7000
The Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association (CPAA) is comprised of all graduates from the Citizens Police Academy who wish to further their involvement with the police department through volunteerism.

Crimestoppers
Tip Line: 630-553-5999
Crimestoppers offers the citizens of Kendall County the opportunity to let police know of suspicious or illegal activity. Up to a $1,000 reward is given to any individual relaying information which leads to an arrest of an offender. Contact 630-553-5999 to report a tip.

Kendall County TRIAD
Telephone: 630-553-4340
TRIAD is a program devoted to the elderly community of Kendall County. Monthly information meetings are held and Elderly Service Officers work with the Kendall County State's Attorney's Office and Court System in ensuring the health, safety and fair treatment of the elderly.

Neighborhood Watch
Contact: Deputy Chief Terry Klingel
Telephone: 630-553-4340
The Neighborhood Watch program is made up of about fifty Neighborhood Watch groups in the City of Yorkville. Each group has a Captain and a Co-Captain who are in charge of organizing neighborhood meetings, attending informational Captain's Meetings for the police department and for distributing the Neighborhood Watch Newsletter to their group's members. Click here for the Neighborhood Watch newsletters.

Vacation Watch
Contact: Administrative Office
Telephone: 630-553-4340
Going on vacation? The Yorkville Police Department offers this service to any resident within the city's jurisdiction. The residence is placed on a list for extra patrol for a specified time period.