The Marengo Police Department has the entrusted duty to protect the lives and property of all the citizens of Marengo.
The Marengo Police Department staff shall be committed to consistent and courteous public service, efficient investigation and enforcement and rendering emergency aid in times of need. We shall continue to bridge the exchange of information and embrace the philosophy of community oriented policing.
None at this time.
Chief of Police: Richard Solarz
Sergeants: Rodney Riley and Paul Fritz
Detective: Shaun Boeckh
|PATROL OFFICERS||CROSSING GUARDS|
|Sonya Bass||Susan Aspen|
|Eric Bockelmann||Rick Aspen|
|Adam Boyce||Judy Cash|
|Daniel Gehrke||Julia Marshall|
|Andrew Kjellgren||Jennifer Wilson|
|Kyle Phelps||Tyler Wilson|
|Andrew Taylor||Ronald Raymond|
Police K-9 Unit
Marengo Police Sergeant Rodney Riley began working with K-9 Shadow on October 10, 2011 and attended the 8 week Basic K-9 Officers Training Class. In this program there was intensive overview of K-9 law legal aspects of search and seizure as well as basic obedience, tracking, area searching, narcotic detection, and handler protection. Sgt. Riley and Shadow are a Certified K-9 Team. Sgt. Riley and K-9 Shadow would be happy to schedule a demonstration for your group or organization, just contact Sgt. Riley at the Marengo Police Department (815)-568-7231 . The department would gladly accept any donations to the program to help with the continued care and maintenance of the K-9 team. To donate contact the Marengo Police Department at (815)-568-7231 or mail to 142 E. Prairie St. Marengo, IL. 60152.
As we continue to adapt to growth in Marengo, the Marengo Police Department is committed to offering the best services available. We welcome any comments, concerns or questions you may have about our department.
For questions or inquiries:
Mailings can be sent to:
Marengo Police Department
142 East Prairie Street
Marengo, IL 60152
The Marengo Police Department is an equal opportunity employer and dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment as required by law.
Marengo Fire & Police Commission Meeting Schedule
Marengo Police Pension Board Agendas and Minutes
The following forms are available for download:
Employment Application– Non Sworn Officers only.
Freedom of Information Request Form
Recreational Bonfire Permit Application
Request for Security or Vacation Check
Solicitor Permit Applications
Sex Offender Registration
The following is a list of important Local and Federal Government websites:
Marengofpd.org Marengo Fire Protection District
Marengorescue.com Marengo Rescue Squad
Co.mchenry.il.us McHenry County Government Center
co.mchenry.il.us/departments/sheriff/pages/index.aspx McHenry County Sheriff’s Department
co.mchenry.il.us/departments/statesattorneyoffice/pages/index.aspx McHenry County State attorney
State & Federal
Illinois.gov State of Illinois
Isp.state.il.us Illinois State Police
Illinoisattorneygeneral.gov Illinois Attorney General
Dot.state.il.us Illinois Department of Transportation
Cyberdriveillinois.com Illinois Secretary of State
Fbi.gov Federal Bureau of Investigation
Dhs.gov Department of Homeland Security
Defense.gov United States Department of Defense
isp.state.il.us/sor/ Illinois Sex Offender Registry
illinoiscrimestoppers.org/info.asp Crime Stoppers