About the Department
The Moline Police Department, which was first established in 1872, serves and protects the citizens and visitors of the City of Moline. We strive to maintain the highest level of professionalism and integrity. Our agency employs up to 81 full-time, sworn police officers and 20 civilian/non-sworn employees.
In 2007, construction was completed on a 67,000 sq. ft. building to house the police department. In addition to dozens of offices and meeting rooms, the new police station boasts a secured, climate-controlled parking garage, a weight/exercise room, and its own indoor firing range. The Illinois State Police Crime Scene Investigations Unit also has an office in the building.
Our agency handled handles approximately 60,000 calls for service annually. We serve over 43,000 residents in an area of roughly 16.6 square miles.
Every day the Moline Police Department works hard to improve the safety and quality of life in our community by earning the trust of those we serve, forming partnerships, encouraging innovative problem-solving and keeping the peace.
(Established 01/10/2020 by Mission/Values Committee)
The law enforcement agencies of Moline and Rock Island County are once again eligible to share funding through an Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) award. JAG funds support all components of the criminal justice system. The total fiscal year 2021 award is $17,856, and the individual allocations are $16,070.40 to Moline and $1,785.60 to Rock Island County. This is an annual grant award, and there are no matching funds required. Both agencies are working towards becoming compliant with the federal National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), which replaced Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) in 2021, therefore the 3% set aside will be required. The Moline Police Department plans to utilize its share to purchase equipment for their less lethal deployment project. The proposed Memorandum of Understanding among the two agencies will be on the Committee of the Whole agenda on July 20, 2021 and the Council agenda on July 27, 2021. If you would like to comment on Moline’s portion of the grant, please call 309-524-2230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.