Child Car Seat Installations
Studies show that over 80% of child car seats are not installed properly. Is yours? The North Aurora Police Department offers car seat installations free by appointment. We have 7 certified car seat technicians on our staff who can inspect your seat and make sure that it is as safe as possible for your child. If not, they can install it and show you how to do it right.
You can schedule an appointment by calling (630) 897-8705 during regular business hours.
The North Aurora Police Department is currently unable to perform fingerprinting. There are several private companies in the area which can perform fingerprinting.
Fingerprinting for immigration purposes must be done by the Kane County Sheriffs Office, call (630) 232-6840.
If you have any questions, please call the North Aurora Police Department at (630) 897-8705.
Traffic Enforcement Requests / Speed Trailer
The North Aurora Police Department has a speed trailer, which is used in areas where the Department receives complaints of excessive speeding. The trailer shows the speed of each vehicle as it approaches the trailer. The speeds are recorded by the trailer so NAPD can check how many vehicles pass through the area and how fast they are traveling. This trailer is not being used to photograph vehicles and drivers for subsequent traffic violation notices.
If you believe there are speeding problems in your neighborhood please contact the department so your location can be put onto the list for trailer placement. Please remember, that this piece of equipment is extremely popular with residents and we have many requests for its use.
If you have any traffic related problems in your neighborhood such as speeding, stop sign violations, etc. we ask that you complete the Traffic Enforcement Request and send it to our Traffic Division. We will then take the steps necessary to respond to your request. The form is available online at here.
If you are planning a block party and would like to request permission to temporarily close a portion of your street, the Village Board enacted a policy and process to approve those requests. The Police Department is charged with carrying out that policy. Applications must be submitted a minimum of 14 days in advance. Once approved, the Public Works Department will deliver barricades to you on the last working day prior to the party and will pick them up on the first working day after the party. More details about this policy and process are available on the Block Party Application, available on the Forms page.
If you are going out of town and would like to request that the North Aurora Police Department periodicially checks your residence please find all details here.