Bartlett Police Department
228 S. Main Street
Bartlett, IL 60103
Non-Emergency: (630) 837-0846
Fax: (630) 837-0865
Chief of Police: Patrick Ullrich
Deputy Chief of Support Services: Geoffrey Pretkelis
Our Mission and Vision
Your Police Department, in the interest of providing a safe environment for all and to enhance the quality of life in this community, pledges to serve and protect the life and
property of the people of Bartlett. Our goal is to prevent crime, to preserve the public peace, and uphold those guarantees set down in the Constitution of the United States of America, the laws of the State of Illinois and local ordinances of Bartlett.
This mission grows from our vision of the relationship between the people of Bartlett and the Bartlett Police.
Your police department strives to remain a vital and responsive member of the community. The Bartlett Police have a commitment to training and professionalism and receive their direction and authority from the public trust. This continuing partnership will allow us to change, grow and develop together. With compassion, respect and understanding of your needs, we will be guided by justice both now and tomorrow.
(Mission Vision Statement developed by a Committee of Employees – 1994)
The Police Department provides for the public safety and welfare of Bartlett residents and visitors. To efficiently deliver its many programs and services, the Police Department is divided into two divisions, each of which is under the command of a Deputy Chief. These divisions are Support Services and Operations.
The Support Services Division includes investigations, records section, parking enforcement, crossing guards, crime prevention, school resource officers, property control/court liaison, and accreditation. The Operations Division includes the patrol section, directed patrol, canine unit, traffic, and computer crimes/intel.
21st Century Policing Compliance
The 2015 President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing raised a number of concerns and recommendations regarding the performance of policing in the United States.
The 21st Century Policing Compliance report provides an analysis of what the Bartlett, Illinois Police Department has done and is doing as it pertains to this report and its primary recommendations for police agencies.
The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) and the Illinois NAACP State Conference announced an affirmation of 10 Shared Principles that are designed to bridge the gap of mistrust between police and communities of color. The first of its kind in our nation’s history, the March 22, 2018, agreement between an NAACP state conference and a statewide law enforcement agency identifies the common ground between local law enforcement and communities of color in their commitment to safe communities. The ILACP encouraged all police departments to adopt these principles as their own by signing the affirmation of shared principles. Bartlett Police Department adopted these principles on July 23, 2018.