Victims of bad checks may file a report with the Cook or Lake County State's Attorney, provided there is sufficient information, and that the case meets all eligibility guidelines.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a state statute that allows the public to gain access to government records.
The Premise Alert Program provides first responders with medical information before they arrive at an emergency scene. Through the Premise Alert Program, citizens can inform local police and fire departments about a family member who may require special assistance or treatment at home. That could be a lifesafer for families caring for loved ones with medical problems relating to Alzheimer's, Autism, Quadriplegia, etc. Information provided to the Barrington Police and Fire departments is stored in a database and kept confidential to be used only by police, fire and emergency medical personnel responding to specified locations. This data will alert first responders to handle each specific emergency.
Overdimension Truck Permit Fee Schedule
Overweight Truck Permit Fee Schedule
Truck Permit - Single Trip
Truck Permit - Thirty Day
Truck Permit - Six Month
Truck Permit - One Year
The Police Department enforces truck weight and dimension restrictions that are established in our local ordinances and state laws. The local ordinances establishing those restrictions for Village streets and roadways are found in the Village Code Title 6, Chapter 4, Section 6-4-8.
Permits are needed for vehicles that exceed the weight or dimension restrictions of the Village Code. You can download the Permit forms below and drop them off or fax them to the Barrington Police Department (847) 381-2165. There are a variety of Permits to cover your needs including:
A business using trucks can purchase one permit to cover all their trucks operating in the Village.
A construction manager or business can purchase one permit to cover all the different trucks that are delivering to their site.
Please call (847) 304-3300 if you any questions.
In an effort to protect parents and property owners from unexpected and unwanted violations of alcohol and drug offenses occurring on their personal property, the Barrington Police Department has developed a consent form allowing officers to search your personal residence or property, in your absence, in the event of suspicious circumstances.
The Ride-Along Program is designed to extend a courtesy to some citizens or other non-police Village of Barrington personnel, to allow time to observe the police operation at close hand.
The Village has specific rules regarding peddlers and solicitors in the Village. Please fill out the Solicitor Request Form and visit the Barrington Police Department. Be sure to bring a valid photo ID.
If you are a resident of the Village of Barrington and receive services from the Barrington Police Department, you may contact our Non-Emergency number at (847) 304-3300. They will ask you a series of questions necessary to establish a Vacation House Watch. For your convenience, you can also fill out the Vacation House Watch form and fax it to (847) 381-2165 or drop it off at the Barrington Police Department.
We recommend doing what you can to make it appear that someone is still living in the home. This should include:
- Make arrangements for regular exterior upkeep for seasonal things such as snow & ice removal or lawn maintenance.
- Make arrangements for family or a trusted neighbor to pick up mail, packages or newspapers delivered to the home.
- Ask a neighbor to park a car in your driveway while you are gone.
- Put interior and exterior lights on timers.