Suzanne Bogart, Chief of Police
About the Colona Police Department
Suzanne Bogart is the Colona Chief of Police. She has served Colona since 1993. Chief Bogart leads a 24/7 department of:
- 10 full-time officers, including 2 sergeants;
- 9 part-time officers;
- an Animal Control Officer/Community Service Officer (ACO/CSO);
- and an administrative secretary.
The Colona Police Department takes great pride in the extensive training within the department. They have:
- a certified juvenile officer;
- an elderly services officer;
- certified bicycle patrol officers;
- an emergency response officer;
- a certified drug analyst;
- and a forensic child abuse investigator.
Colona Police Department Mission Statement
We, the officers of the Colona Police Department, dedicate ourselves to serve the citizens within our jurisdiction and endeavor to treat all people in a fair and impartial manner. We commit ourselves to the police effort for the protection of all life and property. With close community involvement, we strive to improve the quality of life for all people. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of conduct and ethics as we regard it an honor to hold public trust. We regard our employees as
Laura Lamantia, Administrative Secretary (serving since 1994)
the most important asset to our organization. As such we encourage the intellectual and physical development of our people through training and education.
- Pet Tags/$5 per cat and dog (must be spayed or neutered) or $10 per cat and dog not spayed or neutered with proof of rabies vaccination
- Bicycle registrations
- Vacation Security Checks/No Charge
- FOID Card Registration Forms/No Charge
- Animal Control
- Ordinance Violations
- Where and how to obtain police reports
- FOIA - Freedom of Information Act (Click on the link at the bottom of the page for the Colona Police FOIA form.)
- Local records checks for authorized individuals and organizations
The Colona Police Department is located at 215 1st Street.
Office hours are Monday through Friday: 8 am to 4 pm.
Administrative Office Number: 309-792-1511 or 309-792-0626
Emergencies: Call 911.
Non-Emergency Dispatch Number: 309-755-8747 or 309-937-3911 (local phone number for east side of IL 80)
Henry County Crimestoppers: 1-800-227-2324