As part of its commitment to community policing strategy, the Roselle Police Department recently added information about Geographic Based Policing to its web site. With four policing zones identified within the Village, the web pages identify the Zone Sergeants, the officers assigned to each zone, contact information, and zone boundaries and maps.
Couple the Geographic Based Policing information with the police department's online crime mapping tool, CrimeReports.com, to get a comprehensive look at the wealth of data available to citizens. According to Roselle Police Chief James Kruger, our overall geographic policing strategy and customer service initiatives endeavor to get useful information into the hands of our citizens. "I am confident that the potential for crime prevention and enhancing the quality of life in our community is endless by the implementation of the geo-policing strategy," said Chief Kruger.
Visit the Roselle Police Department web page to access the Geographic Based Policing link and the CrimeReports.com link.