Elder Abuse

Advocate Assistance

Office Of Chief

Which includes physical abuse, harassment, intimidation of a dependent, interference with personal liberty or willful deprivation is a crime. If you are a victim of domestic violence, please contact the Bartonville Police Department, 911, or if the abuse occurred at a time, call the department and ask to speak with an officer, 697-2323. All information is confidential. The responding officer and the victim advocate will provide the necessary information and meet the needs you may have to help resolve the immediate situation. The Bartonville Police Department works very closely with the Center for Prevention of Abuse, Family Justice and the Peoria County State's Attorney Office. See the links below for these offices.

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Includes physical abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, financial exploitation, and neglect. If you or someone you know is being abused please contact the Bartonville Police Department and ask to speak with an officer. If it is an emergency, please call 911. All reports of abuse are confidential whether from the victim or other source. You may also contact the Center for Prevention of Abuse.

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Auxiliary Police

Please call the Bartonville Police Department, 911 or if the assault has occurred at a different time please call and ask to speak with an officer at 697-2323. You will be treated with respect and all measures will be taken to preserve your privacy, dignity and safety. Bartonville Police Department is a participant of an interagency team trained specifically to handle sexual assault cased. If you have any questions, please call our office and speak with an officer of the victims advocate. You can remain anonymous. All information is confidential. You may also contact the Center for Prevention of Abuse for assistance.

Emergency: Dial 9-1-1
Non Emergency: 309-697-2323
Fax: 309-697-9543

Is available 24 hours a day with regular office hours during the week from 8-4 p.m. The Victim Advocate works with clients of all types of crimes to ensure their safety, provide information of the justice process, and help with recovery from a crime. The Advocate also provides information for the community - social needs for individuals including shelter information, food pantries, and families with needs for the elderly, etc. The Victim Advocate works very closely with the Center for Prevention of Abuse, Family Justice Center, and other agencies to provide for the needs of the community residents. For more information please click on the tab named Victim Assistance.

Chief of Police Brian B. Fengel is dedicated to building a safer community to live in, through the delivery of exemplary service with a focus on problem solving.

Domestic Violence

If you are a Victim of Sexual Assault

The Auxiliary Police provide emergency assistance in disaster situations, such as tornados, chemical spills, etc. Members of the Auxiliary Police also assist the police department during special events.

Non Emergency Phone: 309-697-2323