My car was burglarized and my laptop computer is missing, now what do I do?
If you want to file a police report, you need to contact the non-emergency number at the 911 Dispatch Center. The number is, 217-222-9360. The dispatcher will ask you certain questions about the crime and if you wish, a Quincy Police officer will meet with you to file a report.
Checking on a Report
I filed my report, but I don't remember the officer's name and I want to know if there has been any leads?
The reporting officer will give you a business card at the time of the report. The card will contain the officer's name and a case file number under which your report was filed. If you would like to talk with that officer again, you can contact the Police Department at 217-228-4470. If you don't remember the name of the officer you talked to, the police department will assist you in determining who that officer was so you can learn the status of your case.
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Other Agency's Numbers
Can you tell me what the phone number is for a particular service agency?
These are the phone numbers we are most often asked about:
Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers
Adams County Sheriff's Department
Illinois State Police District 20
Adams County State's Attorney
Adams County State's Attorney Victim and
Attoreny General of Illinois
Better Business Bureau
Illinois Department of Children and Family Services
Besides the main number of 228-4470, what other phone numbers are there for the Quincy Police Department?
Chief of Police
Deputy Chiefs of Police
All Other Calls
Trespass Vehicles on Private Property
The owner of a private parking lot, even if the parking lot is open for the general public to access a business, who discovers a vehicle(s) that has been abandoned on their property is responsible for having the vehicle(s) removed.
According to Illinois Law, the property owner must have a posted notice that clearly indicates the intent to have any unauthorized vehicle(s) removed from the property.
The specific requirements needed to legally remove a vehicle from private property can be found in the following locations: