Dispatch 911 Center
The Village of Lake Bluff Police Dispatch Center operates a computer aided dispatch system that enhances communications between Dispatchers and Police Officers during calls for service, as well as serves as an automated records management system. Additionally, the Dispatch Center also maintains connections to a wide variety of other systems, including: 911, mapping, field reporting, mobile data systems, time synchronization sources, records management systems, other agencies, other jurisdictions and the local, county, state and federal network of criminal justice databases.
When dialing 911 from a telephone in Lake Bluff you will be connected with a Lake Bluff Emergency Police Dispatcher. Calling 911 is very stressful and it becomes easy to feel overwhelmed. Lake Bluff Dispatchers are trained to guide callers through the experience, but knowing what to expect can help make the 911 call go smoothly and get emergency help where and when it's needed.
In the event you mistakenly dial 911, please stay on the line; verify your name, address and phone number with the Dispatcher and advise the call was an accident. A good explanation can help avoid an emergency response to your location. Please know that Police Department will dispatch a Police Officer to all 911 calls.
Public Safety Building
45 E. Center Ave
Lake Bluff, IL 60044
Emergency Contact: 911
Non-emergency Contact: 847-234-2153
Police Chief: William J. Gallagher
Deputy Police Chief: David Belmonte