In case of Emergency dial
3498 Lebanon Avenue
Shiloh, Illinois 62221
Non-emergencies – 618-632-9047
We, the members of the Shiloh Police Department, are committed to being responsive to the community in the delivery of quality services. Recognizing our responsibility to maintain order, while affording dignity and respect to every individual, our objective is to improve the quality of life through a community partnership which promotes safe, secure neighborhoods.
On behalf of the men and women of the Shiloh Police Department I want to thank our community members for their continued support. We take great pride in serving and protecting the members of our community and those that come here to work and visit. We will continue to work hard to make sure your experiences in Shiloh are safe and enjoyable and look forward to building relationships with our residents and businesses.
-Chief Rich Wittenauer
Shiloh Police and many of the Village’s residents have learned that the best protection for one’s home sometimes can lie in the caring eyes of neighbors. The Neighborhood Watch Program emphasizes just that! Several neighborhoods in Shiloh have organized themselves into designated “Neighborhood Watch Blocks”, keeping a careful eye on each others’ homes and properties. Look for Neighborhood Watch signs in your neighborhood, and get involved. Or, start your own neighborhood watch group with the help of our Police Department. The service is free; all you need to do is fill out the required form. This form can be obtained at the Shiloh Village Municipal Building.
Going to be away from you home? Download the Residential Security Check Form, and send it to the Shiloh Police Department via email, U.S. Postal service or in person. To get a neighborhood watch program in your area, contact our department.
Drivers Licensing Info
The Village of Shiloh has a diverse population with a large military presence that moves from state to state. For new residents moving into Illinois you should visit the Secretary of States Office for the most current Drivers License and Registration information.
NEW CHANGES IN THE PROCESS TO OBTAIN AN ILLINOIS DRIVER’S LICENSE:
The Illinois Secretary of State has implemented changes to comply with the Department of Homeland Security REAL ID Requirements. Beginning in 2016, any person who receives a new Illinois Driver’s License will receive a temporary, paper DL which is good for 45 days while the permanent license is sent to you.
For more information on this process, you can click the link below and get the notification and flyer from the Office of Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White.
Better Business Bureau
If you have any questions about suspicious contractors or companies visit the Better Business Bureau web site to see if the company is listed and if they have had any complaints filed against them.
Missing Children Info
With the Internet being such a large part of our lives now, parents have a responsibility to monitor their children’s Internet activity. For great information from Internet security to missing children visit The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The Internet has also been valuable in protecting your children by seeing the latest sex offender registrations. The State of Illinois has gone to great lengths to make sure this information is available to you at www.isp.state.il.us/sor. For more information on internet safety for your children visit isafe.org.
Bad Check Restitution Program
If you have received a personal check from someone and the check is returned due to Insufficient Funds, visit The St. Clair County States Attorney’s Office web site to see if the check will qualify for the Bad Check Restitution Program, let them reclaim your money for you, at no cost.
Shiloh’s Safety Tip
SELLING or BUYING on Craigslist or another similar site? Use the Police Department as a meeting place! Our lobby and the area just outside our front and back door is on camera and recorded 24 hours a day.
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The Shiloh Police Department offers FREE fingerprinting service to Shiloh residents and Active Duty only military members that provide a fingerprint card from their employer, school, etc. We charge $5 if you do not bring your own fingerprint cards.
We offer inked fingerprinting to retired military and government contractors for a $10 fee. There is an additional charge of $5 if you do not have your own cards.
Active duty military for security clearance purposes must report to Building 861, Scott AFB. 618-256-1082
WE DO NOT PROVIDE FINGERPRINTING SERVICES FOR NON-RESIDENTS OTHER THAN SPECIFIED ABOVE.
Fingerprints are in INK only, no electronic fingerprinting. All Live Scan Criminal History checks must be done through a private vendor.