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Police Beat Meetings

The Village of Orland Park is divided into 8 patrol beats.  As part of the Police Department’s Community Policing Program, officers are assigned to permanent beat and shift assignments for an entire calendar year.

Beat meetings have been developed to enhance police department problem solving efforts by directly working on problems in the community. Beat meetings allow members of the community to meet with officers and supervisors who patrol their area in order to identify and discuss new or ongoing problems and resolutions within the beat area.

Beat meetings are held on an annual basis between the months of March and April.  A beat meeting schedule will be posted on the police department website prior to the meetings and an automated telephone message will be sent to residents informing them of the date and time of an upcoming beat meeting.

2014 Beat Meetings
 
(6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.)


 

March 27th                     Beat 1 and 7

                                     
O.P.P.D. 

                                      15100 Ravinia
 

April 2nd                         Beat 4 & 5

                                       Liberty School

                                       8801 West 151 Street

April 8th                          Beat 2


                                       Prairie School
                                     
                                      14200 South 82nd Ave.

 

April 15th                        Beat 3

                                       Kruse School

                                       7617 Hemlock Drive

April 16th                        Beat 6 & 8


                                       Meadow Ridge School

                                       10959 West 159th Street

 


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