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Quincy Police Department

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Welcome to the Quincy Police Department, a professional law enforcement agency committed to delivering police services and protection in the City of Quincy without prejudice or discrimination.

We are a Department that believes in the guaranteed rights of every individual and are determined to observe, uphold and enforce all laws pertaining to the individual rights of each person without regards to their race, ethnic background, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, economic status, age, disability or cultural background.

The Quincy Police Department when at full staff has 74 sworn officers and 17 civilian employees.

Our police personnel are trained to provide a wide variety of services and to help solve problems 24 hours a day while working in partnership with the community. Our web site is designed to offer information about our services, programs and department as well as other information that may be helpful to you. 

We are interested in what you think about our police services and our web site and invite you to share your thoughts, concerns, and ideas with us via our email


The Quincy Police Department along with the City of Quincy
is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Contact Information

Robert Copley
Police Chief
110 South 8th Street
Quincy, IL 62301
(217) 228-4470

This email address is only monitored on weekdays during City Hall business hours. If you wish to report a crime or need a police response, please call the dispatch center at 217-222-9360. If you wish to talk to someone at police headquarters, please call 217-228-4470. If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.

To report a crime online, please click here.

To file a police report, call 217-222-9360.

Non Emergency (217) 222-9360
Chief of Police (217) 228-4480
Deputy Chiefs of Police
(217) 228-4480
Records Department (217) 228-4470
All Other Calls (217) 228-4470
Criminal Investigations (217) 228-4492
Training Officer (217) 221-2266
Evidence Technician (217) 228-4489
Pro-Act Unit (217) 228-4485