The Evanston Police Department has tips to help you protect yourself, your loved ones and your belongings.
Click on above picture for more information of Mass Mailing Fraud
This bulletin is to assist Evanston residents and visitors on understanding the Evanston Panhandling Ordinance and what is acceptable behavior and what is not from person(s) asking for money on the public way or within a business.
An Open Door = Open Invitation!
Can a thief enter your garage and home by using a garage door opener stolen from your unlocked car in the driveway? Learn ways to protect your family and your valuables.
Avoid door to door sales scams. See the alert below for ways to protect yourself.
The number one vacation crime prevention tip is to make your house look "lived in." Learn 15 other tips to keep from falling victim of a crime while you're away.
The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that one out of every six consumers are the victims of telemarketing criminals annually.
Prevent Ruse Entry Burglaries
Auto Burglary Alert and Crime Prevention Tips
Smartphone Theft Alert and Theft Prevention Tips
Did you know that. . . ?
In 1975, Officer Hank White became the Evanston Police Department’s first crime prevention officer, a position assigned to the Community Relations Bureau.In 1990, Terry Vrabec became the first full-time civilian crime prevention specialist, reflecting a trend toward civilianization in law enforcement agencies