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Upcoming events...

Special Olympics IL Polar Plunge is back! (Saturday, March 9, 2024, starting at 11:00 a.m.)
Watch for event updates to be added soon!
Questions may be directed to either Sgt. Komar or CSO Parola at Police non-emergency: 630-393-2131

Some of Our Success Stories...

U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots 2023 (November and December 2023)
What a great campaign it was - and a heartfelt THANK YOU TO ALL who made it possible for area kids in need! YOU are amazing!

2023 Toys for Tots - toys photo with PD personnel (image)

Shop with a Cop (December 2023)
A fun time was had by all!  Officers Pickens and Colon Alatriste participated in the DuPage County Sheriff's Office FOP Lodge 109 Shop with a Cop event.  Kids, along with "their" officers, enjoyed breakfast, games, a meet-and-greet with Santa, plus a ride in a squad (police caravan style) from the Glen Ellyn Sports & Fitness Center to the Bloomingdale Meijer store for some Christmas shopping!

2023 Shop with a Cop, group photo (Image) 2023 Shop with a Cop, Officers and guest child shopping (image)

Citizen Police Academy (2023) 
The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) took place on from September 13 through November 15. The participants attended class one evening per week to learn about being a police officer. The class included a tour of the DuComm 9-1-1 facility in Wheaton and the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy (SLEA) in Glen Ellyn.  At graduation, each participant received a certificate of course completion and celebrated their achievement with staff!

Citizen Police Academy Graduation group photo (image)


Recruit Officer Maxwell graduates Police Academy (August 18)
Congratulations go out to Recruit Officer Maxwell for completing the training academy!  Officer Maxwell was hired in April and began the 16-week academy on May 1. He'll now enter into the 20-week in-house Field Training program, and afterward will be released to solo patrol.  Here's to your continued hard work and dedication!  Pictured (L-R): Det. Sgt. Downey, Chief Bonilla, Recruit Officer Maxwell, Deputy Chief Dawson, Crpl. Wilk, and Sgt. Komar.

Recruit Officer Maxwell academy graduation group (Image)

Recruit Officer Burns sworn in by Mayor Brummel (August 17)
Welcome aboard Recruit Officer Burns, sworn in by Mayor Brummel on August 17.  Recruit Officer Burns will begin the training academy on August 28 - we wish you much success!  Pictured (L-R): Mayor Brummel, Recruit Officer Burns, Chief Bonilla, and Deputy Chief Dawson.
Swearing in of Recruit Officer Burns (Image)

Recruit Officer Landolina sworn in by Mayor Brummel (August 3)
Welcome aboard Recruit Officer Landolina, sworn in by Mayor Brummel on August 3.  Recruit Officer Landolina will begin the training academy on August 28 - we wish you much success!  Pictured (L-R): Deputy Chief Jacobson, Mayor Brummel, Recruit Officer Landolina, Chief Bonilla, and Deputy Chief Dawson.

Swearing in of Recruit Officer Landolina (Image)

National Night Out Against Crime (August 1)
A big THANK YOU to everyone who helped make this a successful and fun event! Community Service Officer Perry will be busy putting together an event binder to sum up all the hard work put into and fun surrounding this year's event. The binder will be submitted to the National Association of Town Watch (NATW) as part of a nationwide completion against similar-sized agencies for recognition. Awards are usually announced mid-January...stay tuned...!

Cop on a Rooftop with Dunkin' for Special Olympics IL Athletes (May 19)
Thank you to everyone who stopped by and supported Special Olympics Illinois athletes during this rainy-weathered event - together we raised $5,300.33 (new total)!  All donations and monies received from purchased items go directly to SOI to benefit the Illinois athletes.  You can still donate, by clicking on the QR code below and listing Warrenville PD as your law enforcement agency.

Cop on a Rooftop 2023 Facebook Thank you


Warrenville Bike Rodeo (May 13)
Police Department personnel participated
 in this event co-hosted by the City of Warrenville Bicyclist and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) and the WV Park District.  ACO Perry registered bikes and answered bike safety questions for the kiddos!

Bike Rodeo event 05/13/23 (Image with kids)

Resident Document Shredding with Electronics Recycling Event (May 6)
Thank you to everyone who came by to shred and recycle!  A total of 7,680 pounds of paper documents were shredded and a half  box truck full of electronics were taken in to be recycled!  Thanks to all of our awesome EMA and City staff volunteers for their efforts!

Document Shredding with Electronic Recycling event photo (Image)
Officers attend IL Police Officer Memorial (May 3)
A group of Warrenville police officers volunteered their time and travelled to Springfield to attend the IL Police Officer Memorial ceremony. The ceremony and related events take place each year to pay tribute to fallen Illinois police officers and their families. Below is a  photo of the officers preparing to leave.  Pictured from left to right are:  Ofcs. Colon Alatriste, Puchalski, Pickens, Crpls. Gismondi, Highland, Ofc. Parola (front), Sgt. Komar, Crpl. Wilk, and Det. Sgt. Downey.

IL Police Officer Memorial 2023 group photo (Image)


Sergeant C. Maxwell graduates from Northwestern University School of Police Staff & Command (April 28)
Congratulations to Sergeant C. Maxwell who graduated from this 10-week intensive leadership and management education program for senior command personnel.  Pictured below post-ceremony are Deputy Chief Jacobson (left) and Sergeant Maxwell (right).

Staff and Command graduation 04/28/23 (Image)


Welcome Recruit Officer A. Maxwell (April 17)
Congratulations to new recruit Officer A. Maxwell who was sworn in by Mayor Brummel on April 17.  Officer A. Maxwell, will be attending the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy through August 18.  After graduation from the academy, he will enter into the Police Department's in-house 20-week training program before being released to solo patrol.  Pictured left to right are:  Chief Bonilla, Recruit Officer A. Maxwell, and Deputy Chief Dawson.

Recruit Officer A Maxwell swearing-in (Image)


Special Olympics IL Polar Plunge (March 11) 
The Police Department and Warrenville Fire Protection District personnel and families teamed up to take the Polar Plunge benefiting Special Olympics IL athletes!   A big thank you to all who participated and who so generously donated and cheered our plungers on - together we raised $3,775!

Congratulations to our newest Recruit Officers released to Solo Patrol (February 2023)
Meet officers Tufano (below left) and Colon Alatriste (below right) both released to solo patrol in February!  

Recruit Officers Tufano and Colon Alatriste (Image)


A Look Back at 2022...

Accomplishments photo collage for 2022 (image)
Shop with a Cop (December)
This county-wide annual Christmas event is coordinated by the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 109, and benefits area underprivileged children. Kids and officers gathered together for breakfast, some sports, photo-ops, and a meet-and-greet with Santa, all followed by a police caravan ride to do some Christmas shopping!Shop with a Cop event 2022 (Image)

Marine Corps Toys for Tots  (November 1 thru December 9)
This remarkably successful event was all you! A gigantic "thank you!" to all who donated. The department collected 18 40-gallon construction trash bags full of toys!  

Cop on a Rooftop's 20th Anniversary fundraising event  (August 19)
Thank you to everyone who stopped by and supported Special Olympics Illinois athletes or cheered us on up on the roof - together we raised $4,285.60!  All donations and monies received from purchase items go directly to SOI to benefit the Illinois athletes.  

National Night Out Against Crime (NNO, August 2)
Thank you to everyone who attended or helped make this event a huge success for the community!  We look forward to celebrating with you again next year.   Event award received from National Association of Town Watch!

Shredding and Electronic Recycling event (May 7)
The Police Department hosted this annual event, which was held at Bower School. A total of 6,920 gallons of documents were shredded and a 1/2 truck load of electronics was recycled!

Special Olympics IL Polar Plunge (March 12) 
The Police Department and Warrenville Fire Protection District teamed up to take the Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics IL athletes, and it was a splashing success!  Even though the outdoor real-feel temperature hovered just above zero, that didn't stop them.  Thank you to all who so generously donated and cheered our plungers on - together we raised $3,025!

Polar Plunge Sgt K and Officer P jump (Image)

A Look back at 2021...

Accomplishments photo collage for 2021 (Image)

Shop with a Cop (December)
This county-wide annual Christmas event is coordinated by the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 109, and benefits area underprivileged children. Participants gathered at the Glen Ellyn Park District for breakfast, sports and photo-ops, and a meet-and-greet with Santa, all followed by a police caravan ride to the Meijer food store in Bloomingdale for some Christmas shopping. Children were able to choose to shop for themselves or for family members.  

Shop with a Cop event 2021 (Image)


Toys for Tots - a Great Showing of Community Out-pouring (November-December)
Another year you’ve led by example – and a BIG, BIG heartfelt THANKS is in order! Police personnel loaded up the “sleigh” and dropped off the toys at the DuPage County Marine Corps distribution site. Through the efforts of so many generous people, it was filled to capacity. So, to all who helped - through either toy or monetary donations - to make this Christmas a great one for area kids in need to remember…THANK YOU, again!

Toys for Tots event 2021 (Image)


Police employees participate in Charity Fundraisers November/December 2021 -
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
During these two months, the Chief of Police temporarily lifted the police policy, which then allowed personnel to participate in these in this noteworthy cause. Personnel donated no less than $75 to participate in the fight against childhood cancer, whether they grew hair or not. St. Jude is the largest hospital of its kind in Illinois, specializing in pediatric treatment focused on children’s catastrophic diseases. All $1,780 in donations raised went directly to St. Jude Hospital in Illinois! St. Jude Children's Hospital logo (image)


Coffee for Champions (Cop on Rooftop) to benefit Special Olympics IL (August 20)
Thank you to all who came out and supported Special Olympics IL athletes at both Warrenville Dunkin Donuts locations. Together, we raised $6,617.30

Special Olympics IL Coffee for Champions thank you (image)

National Night Out Against Crime  (August)
Thank you to all who took a moment to celebrate together with the Warrenville Police Department and local businesses the spirit, the successes, and the determination it takes to keep our growing City neighborhoods safe for all!  Event award received from National Association of Town Watch!

NNO 2021 event photo - Police (Image)


Police Neighborhood Roll Calls (June and July)
Thank you to everyone who participated in their Neighborhood Roll Call session this summer!

Police Neighborhood Roll Call at Maple Hill 07/08/21 (image)
Annual Shredding Day and Electronic Recycling event (May 8)
The Police Department hosted the shredding day with electronic recycling event. A much larger than anticipated turnout took advantage of this free event to Warrenville residents. A total of 8, 920 pounds of documents was shredded and a second over-flow trip for the recycling vendor was necessary.  

Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Illinois 2021 (February 27)
The Police Department and Warrenville Fire Protection District teamed up to take the Polar Plunge in the City Hall parking lot. Thanks to so many generous donators, and a few brave plungers who took the dive into the 33 degree water! Together we raised $5,320 for Special Olympic Illinois!  Thank you so much, everyone! 

Polar Plunge 2021 photo montage (Image)