Messages from the Chief:

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To the Campton Hills Community:

On behalf of the men and women of the Campton Hills Police Department I would like to say “Thank You” to all in this gracious community who have shown such tremendous support to us in recent weeks. The gestures of gratitude and acts of kindness have been overwhelming. These gestures included individuals and businesses providing dinners, pizzas, baked goods, coffee, and individual goody bags for the officers. Residents visited Police Officers to say thank you. Most touching was the sheer number of citizens who tried to pick up tabs for officers or just took the time to say, “thank you for your service.” Others sent cards, posters, or e-mails to the station.

At a time that our nation is saddened with the unprecedented number of police and citizen deaths, Campton Hills residents have raised their voices of support. It has been heartwarming and humbling; it certainly has raised the spirits of our officers.

Thank you for recognizing the humanity behind the badge. Your police officers go out every day and, often at great risk to themselves, they provide a valuable service to this community. They want to make a difference. They love their families and they want to go home to them at the end of their watch. They are grateful for your support, and they want to provide you with the best service that they can.

We want you to know that we recognize that this is a time for thoughtful reflection; we are reviewing our policies and procedures and having those tough discussions internally. We want to expand our outreach in the community so that we can listen to what you have to say. We are determined that every person in Campton Hills will feel valued and protected. We can only come to understanding through frequent, open, and honest discussions. The more that we interact the more we will get to know and see each other.

Please continue to keep my officers and our community in your prayers as we navigate these difficult times so that we can all find peace and tranquility. We are all in this together.


Steven Millar – Chief of Police



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Car Burglars hit again! PLEASE lock your car doors!!! Remove Valuables and your Garage Door Openers from your vehicles. Also make sure your garage doors are closed. Make sure that ALL of your external doors are locked. If you have external lights, keep them on. Campton Hills (as well as several surrounding communities) were hit again early this morning. Once again, they are ONLY hitting UNLOCKED vehicles. We have a video of 3 cars stopping in front of residents and letting passengers out who then run from driveway to driveway looking for unlocked cars. Please check your security footage and let us know if you caught anything suspicious this morning --they were on James Michener Drive around 5:00 AM. Please call Non-emergency dispatch number - 630-232-8400 ASAP if you see anything suspicious.

Steven Millar – Chief of Police

Campton Hills Police Department

40W270 Lafox Road

Campton Hills, IL 60175


Campton Hills Circle K / St Charles 7-11 Robbery update:

The Campton Hills and St Charles Police worked together and have arrested a 17 year old juvenile for the armed robberies that occurred at both locations. An arrest and search warrant was issued for the subject and the residence where the juvenile lives. During the search evidence that linked the subject to the crimes was located and seized. Because the subject is a Juvenile, no further information can/will be released. Thank you to the businesses and residents that supplied video evidence in this case that ultimately helped us solve this case.

The subject is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

If you have any additional information reference either of these cases, please contact Chief Steven Millar at 630-584-4242 or at

to the Village of Campton Hills Police Department website. I am excited and honored to be the Chief of such a great organization and humbly serve the residents of the Village of Campton Hills. Working together, with our residents, we have made a lot of progress over the past several years enjoying a very low crime rate and an excellent quality of life. The Campton Hills Police Department is committed to the preservation of these high standards and to providing a safe and friendly Village for people to live, work and visit.

The Campton Hills Police Department is committed to serving the residents of the Village through our Mission and Vision statements with the highest standards of public service. Our core values embody who we are and how we serve the public. We strive to be very proactive in meeting the needs of our community, and in creating partnerships to stay abreast of issues affecting the community.

Thank you for your interest in the Campton Hills Police Department and the safety of your community. Your police officers will be out in the community building relationships and working face-to-face with residents, community leaders, business owners and others. We want to help bring people together, knowing that they can enhance our ability to fight crime and solve neighborhood problems.

I hope you find our website interesting and useful, and I hope you come back often, as new content and features are added regularly. And, of course, I welcome your thoughts and ideas on how we can improve our website and police operations in general.

Our Department truly exists to serve the public. If there is anything I can do to assist you further, please feel free to contact me at (630) 584-0330 or at;


Steven Millar

Chief of Police

Campton Hills Police Department