Chatham Police Department
117 East Mulberry Street
Chatham, IL 62629
Chatham Police Department News
Did you know that anyone can help us deter one of the most common property crimes?
Free car seat check for anyone needing a new children's car seat installed or checked.
There is a water main break in the area of Route 4 and Mulberry Street that has caused traffic to go down to one lane.
We're expanding and need your help!
Part of accident prevention involves speaking to the next generation of drivers.
With holiday shopping in full swing, here are a few tips to help keep you safe this season.
The community support for this program has been amazing!
This morning, we responded to a single vehicle accident on Plummer Boulevard near Ravina Drive.
If you happen to notice our officers are a bit scruffy and scraggly this month, trust us, it's for a really good cause!
The Chatham Jaycees are working hard today in Community Park to start the setup for Light up the Park.
We often hear from people that they don't believe they should or need to report car accidents that are minor in nature to the police.
We hope to see you this Wednesday at our Candy with Cops event at CPD!
We would like to outfit Dagz with some new K9 equipment and training supplies and this grant is a perfect way to accommodate that
We're calling all Good Samaritans.Mexico Beach Florida needs our help!
Did you know that one of the best ways to protect yourself from identity theft is now completely FREE?
We are testing and there is still time to apply!
The Lincoln Land Community College Honors Program is collecting Halloween costumes for all ages with the goal of getting them to those who cannot afford costumes this year.
Numerous car burglaries and a stolen vehicle have been reported on the west side of Springfield in the last 3 days.
Every year during Ball-Chatham School District School Safety Week, Officer Mark Commean stops by all the elementary schools and talks with the 1st and 4th graders about Stranger Danger, When to Call 911, Internet Safety, and Bullying.