Records

The Records Division is responsible for the management and coordination of police records, which includes the processing of all reports, citations and warrants.

The Hillside Police Department Records Division is located in our lobby and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed on weekends and holidays. You may contact the Records Division by calling 708-202-4322.

Accident Reports

The Hillside Police Department is dedicated to providing its citizen the ability to obtain accurate and affordable traffic accident reports within a reasonable time. To accomplish this we have made traffic accident reports available anytime through the Internet.

The Hillside Police Department has entered into an agreement with BuyCrash.com to place traffic accident reports on-line utilizing their Accident Report System.

What is BuyCrash.com?

BuyCrash.com is an Internet based application that was developed to help law enforcement agencies and insurance companies manage and access traffic accident reports in a more efficient manner. Using “cutting edge” online document management technology, you are now able to rapidly find and view an accident report usually within 24 hours of scanning. No more waiting in line or mailing report request forms. Now you can access your reports over the Internet, 24 hours a day!

  • Reports are available from work or home, 24 hours a day via the Internet
  • Saves citizens the hassles of driving and standing in line
  • Reports are converted to PDF format making them easy to view, save, print and email
  • Finding a report takes only a few seconds
  • Reports cannot be modified, maintaining report integrity
  • Provides clear, high resolution images of each report for optimal viewing and printing

Visit www.BuyCrash.com to learn more about BuyCrash.com, its services or request a report.

Citizens may still visit the police station to request a copy in person if they wish.

Criminal Records Requests

Criminal history information may be obtained by visiting the following page: Illinois State Police – CHRI.

Freedom of Information Requests

The public may request information and public records with a written request in person, by mail, or by fax.