Police-to-Citizen (P2C) The Burbank Police Department, in concert
with our 911 partners, is pleased to announce another effort to share
police data with our
citizens. P2C enables the department to utilize the Internet to host a
portal for citizens to view police activity in our city. Although we
have always shared this data on our web page under the police blotter
page, this new application shares more data plus it automates the
process and allows searches. The following is a break down of what this
new application will allow citizens to do:
Allows citizens to perform simple searches from our Records Management
System (RMS) including; arrests, incident, accidents, wanted subjects,
and sex offenders. Citizens can also map the results of the data with
the simple click of a button.
Bicycle registration from your computer in a simple to use form.
Provides most wanted, recent arrests, sex offenders, and missing
persons slide shows.
Traffic condition will report all active accidents, or traffic hazards
as they occur.
Community Calendar will keep citizens up to date on community
Officer/Dispatcher Commendation allows citizen to commend the actions
of a particular officer or dispatcher.
This venture has been initiated in partnership with the other
departments in our consortium which includes Oak Lawn, Bridgeview, and
Evergreen Park. The Citys home web page will remain www.burbankil.gov.
A link on that page will bring you to the P2C site to give you an open
window to the police activity in your neighborhood. We feel that sharing
this information with our citizens strengthens the partnership between
police and community.
While visiting our web page do not forget to sign up for the Everbridge
service which is our enhanced reverse 911 system. This allows citizens
to receive emergency notices and citizen alerts not only on their land
line but also via E-mail, cell phone voice and cell phone text message.
NOTE: Some police reports are classified as restricted requiring you to
go to the Burbank Police station located at 5650 W.75th Place, for a
ENTER P to C click here