The Beecher Police Department is dedicated to the arrest and prosecution of domestic violence cases within its’ jurisdictional boundaries. Citizens of the community are encouraged to read and make themselves familiar with the information on this page to understand how the domestic violence process works in Will County.
Domestic violence is a crime and is not a “quiet family problem.” Domestic violence is a general term that includes (but is not limited to) the crimes of domestic battery, violations of orders of protection, stalking, assault, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, aggravated battery of a child or an unborn child, and aggravated battery of a senior citizen. These crimes typically occur as a result of a spouse, family member, or dating partner’s attempt to control the behavior of someone through threats, physical or emotional abuse, harassment, and/or stalking.
If you, or someone you know is the victim of domestic violence, and reside within the village, please call the Beecher Police Department immediately. If you live outside the village limits. Both agencies can be contact by dialing 911.