Tag: Flossmoor Police Department

Flossmoor police investigate business burglaries

The Flossmoor Police Department has received reports that two businesses in the 3000 block of Vollmer Road were burglarized.  The initial burglary occurred during the early morning hours of Tuesday, April 11, while the second incident occurred during the early morning hours of Friday, April 14. The offenders forced entry[Read More…]

Flossmoor Police report rash of vehicle thefts

The Flossmoor Police Department received reports of multiple vehicles being stolen in the 3800 block of Vollmer Road during the weekend of April 1. The vehicles primarily consist of Kia models and a Hyundai model, in which the offender used forced entry to gain access.  Flossmoor officers reported recovering each[Read More…]

Jerel Jones

Flossmoor appoints Jones as new police chief

Flossmoor Mayor Michelle Nelson will appoint Jerel Jones as police chief at a special village board meeting on Monday, March 27, where trustees are expected to unanimously approve the appointment. Jones will assume his duties on March 29. “We are thrilled to have Chief Jerel Jones join the fine men[Read More…]

Flossmoor commission delivers recommendations on police-community relations to board

Flossmoor needs to utilize communications, relationship-building and collaboration opportunities when it comes to fostering good relations between police and the community they serve. So says the village’s Community Relations Commission, which delivered a presentation Monday, March 6, to the Flossmoor Village Board. The commission was asked by Mayor Michelle Nelson[Read More…]

Some common ground, some conflicts remain between Justice for Madeline Miller protesters and Flossmoor village officials (free content)

Since the fatal police shooting of Madeline Miller on July 10, Flossmoor Board of Trustee meetings have been tense and confrontational. Protesters, using the social media hashtag #justiceformadelinemiller, have appeared to make demands for police accountability and changes in village policies, chanting to get attention and disrupt board business. Family[Read More…]

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