JUSTICE POLICE DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT
The Justice Police Department’s Mission is to prevent crime, enforce the law, and help people.
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The Justice Police Department values statement expresses what we value as important to professional policing and articulates the kind of police department we are. It is the core of our beliefs and actions as individuals and as a department. These values establish the foundation for everything that we do and are confirmed by the actions of every employee of the Justice Police Department.
We, the members of the Justice Police Department, value Professionalism and Dedication.
- Lawful and ethical behavior
- Valuing diversity in the workplace and the community
- A caring attitude toward fellow employees and citizens we serve
Dedication is Demonstrated Through
- Personal Sacrifice
- A constant improvement of oneself, the Police Department, and the Community
- A commitment to helping others
We will enhance public safety and improve the quality of life in Justice by exemplifying our values of professionalism and dedication through the use of partnerships, creative problem solving and innovative policing strategies.
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Deputy Chief Michael Kurschner
7800 S. Archer Road Justice, Illinois 60458
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Stopped School Bus.......It's The Law!
- Vehicles must stop when the bus displays flashing lights and extends the stop signal arm.
Vehicles may not pass until the flashing red lights and signal are turned off.
- Never pass on the right side of a bus, where children enter or exit.
- Vehicles traveling in the same direction are always required to stop
- Vehicles traveling from the opposite direction are required to stop, except on a divided highway.
With the area schools back in session children are walking to their school bus stops in the mornings and walking home after being dropped off in the afternoons. Please be alert and look out for them as you drive through the neighborhoods. After school they are outside playing everywhere. Please watch for them as you are driving through the neighborhoods.
The speed limits on residential streets is 20mph.
Don't be in such a hurry that you put the life of a child in danger.
Teach your children to be aware of traffic when they are playing.
The most important thing you can do is SLOW DOWN!
Child Safety Seat Inspection Program
Statistics show that on average, 90 to 95 percent of all child safety seats are installed incorrectly, leaving children virtually unprotected. In an effort to respond to this alarming fact, the Justice Police Department offers free child safety seat inspections and/or installations at the Justice Police station located at 7800 S. Archer Road.
Call (708) 458-2192 to set up an appointment with
Officer Tony DeBella, a certified child safety seat technician.
Residents and non-residents are welcome. This is an ongoing program which the police department offers. For more information, on child safety, please visit the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Association) at www.nhtsa.dot.gov or call the Department of Transportation / Auto Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888-327-4236.
This announcement is available in a PDF format for printing or saving to your computer. Click on the link Child Safety Seat Program - pdf
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