Cicero Police Department

POLICENEWLOGO copychief-jerry-chlada-jr-2Jerry Chlada, Jr. (Bio)
Police Superintendent
4901 W. Cermak Rd.
Cicero, IL 60804
(p) 708-652-2130

In an emergency situation, dial 911 for immediate assistance.

The Town of Cicero supports your efforts to make our community safer. Please report any emergencies to the Cicero Police Department by calling 911. Please report any suspicious activity to the Cicero Police Non-Emergency line at 708-652-2130 or to our confidential Cicero Police Hotline at 708-863-COPS (2677).

Gang Crimes Tactical Unit

The Cicero Police Department Gang Crimes Tactical Unit is charged with suppression of and response to incidents involving street gangs within the Town of Cicero.

Over the past several years, and thanks to the efforts of the Gang Crimes Tactical Unit, the Town of Cicero has seen a dramatic decrease in gang related violence.  From 2000 to May of 2005 — the five ½ years prior to Cicero Town President Larry Dominick taking office — there were 270 gang related shooting and 42 gang related homicides within the Town of Cicero. From May of 2005 through 2010 we were able to decrease those numbers to 146 gang related shooting and 18 gang related homicides.  There wasn’t a single gang-related homicide in the Town of Cicero in 2011.

Through utilizing resources from the State, County, and local levels, the Town of Cicero is working proactively to combat gangs. We ask the citizens of Cicero to continue to get involved. We need the citizens to be our eyes and ears. We need the citizens to report suspicious activity to the police department. The quicker we can address these problems the better off everyone will be.

Office of Professional Standards

For more information on the Cicero Police Department’s Office of Professional Standards, please click here.

Cicero Police Explorers

Cicero Police Explorers is a program for young men and women in their teens who are interested in careers in the field of law enforcement.

The Explorers program offers hands-on, career activities. Exploring provides experiential learning that promotes the growth and development of adolescent youth.

Click here for more on the Cicero Police Explorers