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Police Chief: Danny D. Langloss, Jr.

220 S. Hennepin
Dixon, IL  61021
Phone: 815-288-4411

dixon-polchief.jpgMessage from the Chief
Thank you for visiting the Dixon Police Department website. Through the website, we hope to give you a complete look at our department and the services we offer to the community. I encourage you to explore the site and use our direct email links to ask any questions you may have. My personal email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . I am the only person who has access to this email account, so your correspondence can remain confidential if you wish. In order for our department to serve you better, we need your input. Please feel free to share your experiences with our department with me, so we can continue to improve our service to the community.

It is an honor to serve the citizens of Dixon as the Chief of Police. I am fortunate to work with such a professional group of police officers and a very supportive city council. As the Chief of Police, I promise to continue to provide the best possible service to the citizens we serve. Specifically, I have set three primary goals our department will attain: exemplary citizen service, proactive police strategies, such as zero tolerance enforcement of drug and gang activity, and community policing initiatives like Shop with a Cop, Dress for Success, Cops-N-Bobbers, and the Citizens Police Academy.

I feel it is of utmost importance to have a strong relationship with our citizens, businesses, and civic groups to keep Dixon a safe place to live, work, and raise a family. Most of our success in our ongoing drug interdiction efforts is a direct result of cooperation we have received from the community. We are continually looking for new ways to connect with the community. Whether you need assistance with a neighborhood problem like a barking dog or a loud music complaint or there is a suspected drug location next to your residence, we are here to help. Please do not hesitate to contact our department at 815-288-4411.

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