Naperville Police Department from 2010 to 6/3/2021.
Police incidents are divided into two different datasets. Incidents that occurred prior to June 3, 2021 when the department used Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR), “Police Department Incidents (2010 - 6/3/2021),” and incidents that occurred on or after June 3, 2021 when the department transitioned to the FBI mandated National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), “Police Department Incidents (6/3/2021 - Present).” The classification and status of incidents may change at any time based on the dynamic nature of work.
The Naperville Police and Fire Departments will not provide any personal or identifying information in order to protect the privacy of any individuals involved in the incidents reported.
This dataset is updated manually as needed.
These are also shown on the Police Department Incident Map
This dataset is a listing of all current City of Naperville employees, complete with full names, departments, positions, employment status (part-time or full-time), and annual salaries. Please note that annual wages will vary by employee, depending on number of hours worked. Excludes Mayor and City Council.
Attributes about all City-owned automobiles, heavy-equipment, and trailers maintained by the City's Fleet Services division. This includes off-road and on-road equipment. Basic attributes of each vehicle is provided as well as usage and fuel consumption histories.
Naperville receives its water supply from Lake Michigan through the DuPage Water Commission. This dataset shows the average daily amount of water purchased by the City of Naperville in millions of gallons by month.
The Springbrook Water Reclamation Center serves as the wastewater treatment facility for Naperville and Warrenville. Treated water is discharged into the DuPage River. This dataset shows the average daily amount of treated water discharged to the DuPage River in millions of gallons by month.