Like many surrounding communities, the Rolling Meadows occasionally experiences car burglaries, often to unlocked vehicles.
In its efforts to control crime, the Rolling Meadows Police Department relies on the active assistance and support of residents and business owners to report suspicious activity.
A few times a year, police officers take reports from homeowners who are victims of home repair frauds and ruse entry burglaries.
Cyber bullying information and prevention tips.
Different types of scams that attempt to get your personal information or financial information.
Rolling Meadows Police reports crime statistics to the Illinois State Police. The Illinois State Police sends these statistics to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
When police officers identify an increased opportunity for criminal activity, the officer will leave a detailed alert notice for the resident or business owner at the location of possible criminal activity.
Information on how you can help us stop crime in Rolling Meadows
In order to promote safe motoring and address residents' concerns over traffic violations committed in neighborhoods, the Rolling Meadows Police Department is implementing a Street of the Week Program.
The National Homeland Security Knowledgebase (NHSK) is a leading news source and resource for Homeland Security, defense, biometrics, and global security issues.