Illinois Secretary of State Police - http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/police/home.html
Leland is located in ISSP District 2 located at 4615 E. State Street, Suite 101, Rockford, IL 61108 - Phone: (815) 484-8100
The primary mission of the Illinois Secretary of State Police is the criminal investigation of offences of the Illinois Vehicle Code, and more specifically auto theft, complex identity theft, and fraud investigations. ISSP further regulates businesses involved in the sale of motor vehicles and vehicle parts through the enforcement of the Administrative Rules and Regulations under Title 92; Transportation. ISSP provides training and assistance to local, county, other state, and federal law enforcement agencies with complex investigations which may exceed the scope of their investigative resources. ISSP maintains a Special Weapons and Tactics Unit and is the only State Police agency which which operates a Hazardous Device Unit/ Bomb Squad and Underwater Evidence Recovery Unit. Through uniformed operations, this agency also proactively concentrates on speed accident reduction, seat belt, and drunken driving enforcement. This agency was established in 1913. It is the oldest State Police agency in the State of Illinois and it is the only law enforcement agency of its kind in the United States.
Illinois State Police - http://www.isp.state.il.us
Leland is located in ISP District 17 located at 2971 E. 350th Road, La Salle, Illinois 61301 - Phone: (815) 224-1171
Patrol and Criminal Investigation: Uniformed and plainclothes officers in twenty-one (21) districts and seven (7) investigative zones work together to provide comprehensive law enforcement services to the public and many county, municipal and federal law enforcement agencies. Troopers patrol the highways, ensuring safer roadways by enforcing speed limits and traffic laws, conducting truck weight inspections and overseeing hazardous materials control while detectives known as "special agents" use state-of-the-art equipment and technology to investigate such crimes as homicide, sexual assault, vehicle theft, fraud and forgery. ISP agents, cooperating with federal and local police agencies, have helped crack international narcotics rings, solve mass murders and apprehend international terrorists.
Across the state, uniformed officers also perform specialty functions. Specially trained canine (K-9) units and Special Weapons & Tactics teams may be called to aid in a wide range of emergencies or investigations, such as narcotics trafficking, searches for missing persons, and hostage situations. ISP also provides air operations support to search for missing persons, recover fugitives, spot illicitly grown marijuana, and help enforce traffic laws.
Communications: Communications is responsible for facilitating free and open communication between state, county, and local government agencies in Illinois. In addition to providing dispatching services for many public safety agencies throughout the state, the Communication Program also provides equipment maintenance and installation services.
The Division of Forensic Services: (DFS) strives to improve the effectiveness of the criminal justice community and enhance public safety by delivering accurate, complete, and timely crime scene evidence collection and forensic laboratory analysis. These services are provided at no cost to state, county, and municipal law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois.
Illinois Department of Corrections - http://www.idoc.state.il.us/
The mission of the Department of Corrections is to protect the public from criminal offenders through a system of incarceration and supervision which securely segregates offenders from society, assures offenders of their constitutional rights and maintains programs to enhance the success of offenders' reentry into society.
The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) was established in 1970. During its creation, the agency combined administration of all state prisons, juvenile centers and adult and juvenile parole services under one direction for the first time. The creation of the training academy followed in 1974, which helped set the foundation of training the best staff possible for the agency’s correctional facilities. On July 1, 2006, the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice was formed, which separated the adult and juvenile corrections systems.
When IDOC originated, Illinois only operated seven adult facilities. Since that time, stricter laws have resulted in increased sentencing and longer terms. To address this steady increase in the inmate population, the agency today operates 27 adult correctional centers as well as various work camps, boot camps and adult transition centers.
The agency employs approximately 11,600 employees and is responsible for the management of nearly 49,000 adult inmates and supervision of approximately 26,000 parolees.
Department of Natural Resources - Conservation Police - http://dnr.state.il.us/law3/
Leland is located in DNR OLE Region 1 located at 2317 E. Lincolnway, Suite A, Sterling, IL 61081 - Phone: 815-625-2968
The Office of Law Enforcement supports the Department's programs designed to protect Illinois' natural and recreational resources through enforcement of those portions of the Illinois Compiled Statutes enacted for that purpose. Conservation Police Officers are vested with full state-wide police authority and are trained to the highest standards for law enforcement professionals in Illinois.
In addition to these enforcement responsibilities, Conservation Police Officers serve as an important link between the Department and its various constituencies (civic groups, sportsmen's groups, sport shows, etc.). These officers are called upon to assist outside agencies in emergency situations or rescue operations. They participate in the instruction of conservation related statutes to outside agencies, law enforcement organizations, or educational institutions upon request.
Disclaimer: This listing of State of IL. Law Enforcement Agencies lists only agencies charged with law enforcement as their primary day to day function. It is not a complete listing of all IL. law enforcement agencies as there are numerous State Agencies who, by Statute, employ Agents, Investigators and Officers who posess Sworn Peace Officer Status in regards to investigating crimes and other matters related to that specific Agency.