USACOPS
 

 























    USACOPS | Illinois | Police | Peoria County


Bartonville Police Department

Chief of Police
Brian B Fengel

5918 S Adams St
Bartonville, Illinois 61607

24 Hours: (309)697-2323
Fax: (309)697-9543


Visit Department's Homepage
E-mail the Department

County: Peoria

Jurisdiction: Bartonville, Illinois

 
**Bartonville PD is accepting applications for the E911 Dispatcher Position.
Click here to learn more.



Office of the Chief of Police:
Chief of Police Brian B. Fengel is dedicated to building a safer community to live in, through the delivery of exemplary service with a focus on problem solving. We are committed to enhancing the quality of life in our neighborhoods by building relationships with the community we serve.

The Bartonville Police Department is staffed by (10) full-time police officers, the Chief of Police and Deputy Chief of Police. The Bartonville Police Benevolent Association Local 120 that is affiliated with the Police Benevolent Protective Association of Illinois represents Bartonville Police Officers. The community of Bartonville is located on the southern boundary of the City of Peoria, within minutes of the Peoria Airport, Rt. 24, I-74, and I-474. Population of 8,000 people. Bartonville is the home of the Joint Armed Forces Reserve Center occupied by Army and Air National Guard, and also Keystone Steel and Wire Company.

Dispatch Center: E 9-1-1 center staffed by (5) full-time dispatchers. The center is equipped with the latest state of the art equipment with weather information capabilities. The Bartonville Police Communications Center is also the back up for the City of Peoria E 9-1-1 center. Also included in the dispatch center is our records department. Telecommunications coordinator Charlene Cheatham oversees the dispatch center. The Bartonville Police Benevolent Association Local 120 represents the communications personnel.

Deputy Chief of Police:
Deputy Chief of Police Anthony Segree serves as supervisor of patrol on 2nd and 3rd shifts and assists in administrative duties to the Chief of Police.

Detective:
The Detective is assigned to follow up on crimes that happen within the city.

Auxiliary Police:
The Auxiliary Police provide emergency assistance in disaster situations, such as tornados, chemical spills, etc. Members of the Auxiliary Police also assist the police department during special events.

Senior Advocate:
Senior Advocate works with local seniors on financial scams, financial exploitation is the the fastest growing form of elderly abuse. We need to do all that we can to identify and prosecute those who have preyed upon the elderly. The Senior Advocate is there for you.

Ordinance Officers:
The Police Department has a designated ordinance officers that policies the village for various violations that are nuisances to the safety and welfare of our community.