Chief’s Message

I am honored to be serving as the Chief of Police for the Village of Elburn and I look forward to working with and meeting the residents and business owners in Elburn.  The men and women of the Elburn Police Department take pride in maintaining the safety of our community and providing the services that are needed.  We will work in a partnership with our entire community, the residents, businesses, and visitors to maintain a safe and friendly community for everyone.  I ask that each of you be willing to assist us by calling when you see something that looks suspicious and provide the best descriptions possible of what you are seeing.

We strive to maintain our safe and friendly community here in Elburn and welcome your assistance if you see something that looks out of place.  Don’t hesitate to call us to investigate a situation; you should never feel as if you are bothering us, we are here to provide service and protection to the entire village.

Chief Nick Sikora

Police Chief : Nick Sikora

Emergency: 911

Non-Emergency: 630-377-0911
(Tri-Com Central Dispatch)
Records/Administration: 630-365-5070
Fax: 630-365-5073
Dept. Email: elburnpd@elburn.il.us
Hours: Mon-Fri 7:00am – 3:30pm

Department Overview

ADMINISTRATION DIVISION

The Administration Division is comprised of the chief of police and sergeants. The chief of police is responsible for planning, directing, and controlling all operations and functions of the Police Department.  Learn more about the Administration Division.

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS

The Detective is responsible for investigating major crimes and is part of the Kane County Major Crimes Task Force.  Learn more about the roles of detectives, evidence technicians, and evidence custodians.

RECORDS

The police records section is part of the administrative services section of the Police Department and provides support service to the Department, the community, and other agencies Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Learn more about the police records section.

PATROL

Vehicle patrol is the primary type of patrol for the Elburn Police Department. Officers patrolling in vehicles are often able to respond to calls for service in a more timely manner than on bicycles or on foot.  Learn more about vehicle, bike and foot patrol in Elburn.

COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER

The Community Service Officer assists the Police and Building & Zoning departments in enforcement of village ordinances.  Learn more about the Community Service Officer.

CROSSING GUARDS

Each of the elementary schools within the Village of Elburn has a crossing guard that assists students in safely crossing heavily traveled roadways while going to and from school.  Learn more about Elburn crossing guards.