RECORDS DIVISIONThe Records Division is located at the Plainfield Police Department map
Contact via phone (815) 436-6544 or e-mail Yvonne Zambrano, Records Supervisor (815) 439-2928
Records Hours of Operation
Records is open for business Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Records is closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and Village holidays.
Records provides a number of services to the public, including Freedom of Information Requests, parking ticket payment, and solicitor permits. Additionally, we can receive certain Village fee payments.
Fee Schedule • Extended Overnight Parking Request • FOIA Policy • FOIA Request
Angel Parking Ticket Appeal Form • Parking Ticket Appeal Form • Request For Service
The Access and Review Fingerprint Card is used by the Plainfield Police Department when an individual is requesting a review of their criminal history regardless of conviction status.
The response from the Bureau of Identification will be accompanied by a Record Challenge Form which a person used to record items in a record to be challenged. The contents of the form will contain sufficient information to identify the individual and the transaction referred to, and adequate space will be provided for the individual to record the facts of the challenge to file an administrative appeal complaint.
If a person feels that this process would be beneficial to them, they need to come to the police department and have fingerprints taken to be sent to the Bureau of Identification.
Solicitor Permits are issued to individuals/groups that will be doing door-to-door sales or leaving literature at residences. The fee is $35.00 for 30 days and only one month will be granted at a time. It takes approximately 3-5 working days to complete the application. All individuals that will be soliciting must be listed on the application along with their full name, date of birth and driver's license if applicable. For groups, 15 individuals are permitted per permit. A background check is performed on all individuals listed to ensure the safety of our citizens.
Solicitor permits shall not be granted to any individuals selling from a truck, nor shall there be any solicitation on public roadways or temporary stands in front of businesses.
To view the current list of approved solicitor permits, click here.
The guidelines below are helpful when applying for or considering either a block party or other open air event within the Village of Plainfield. Additional information regarding these ordinances or guidelines may be found in the Village's Municipal Code, or by contacting the Community Services Commander at the Plainfield Police Department.
All parties interested in holding a Block Party on a street within the Village must complete a Block Party Application/Street Closure Request Form form at least seven (7) days prior to the Block Party occurring.
Any gathering involving over 25 people must apply for an Open Air Gathering Permit available at the Plainfield Police Department. Open Air Gatherings include
parades, weddings, festivals, and out-of-door speeches or rallies. These forms must be submitted at least seven (7) business days in advance of the special event.
Loud Speaker/Amplification Permits
All special events or gatherings that involve the playing or amplification of music or other noise must submit a Loud Speaker/Amplification Form. Applications must be submitted at least five (5) business days prior to the event and are available at the Plainfield Police Department. A minimal fee is required with the application.
Pharmaceutical Drop Box
Residents may dispose of unused or expired medication in its original container or by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into the disposal box located inside the Police Department Lobby. If an original container is submitted, please remove any identifying information from the prescription label. The service is free and anonymous. The Plainfield Police Department will accept all solid dosage pharmaceutical products. The following items will not be accepted: liquid products, intravenous solutions, injectable items, syringes, or thermometers. Program Details.
If you need to expunge and/or seal your criminal record, please visit the Illinois Supreme Court web site for more information and forms.