Welcome to Police Beat 313. Officer Raphael DeLorm is the primary contact and Beat Coordinator of 313. Officer DeLorm was hired by the Skokie Police Department in 1998 and is currently assigned to dayshift Patrol.
Beat 313 covers the southeast corner of Skokie and has a mixture of residential, commercial and industrial properties.
The western border of Beat 313 is Skokie Boulevard (with the exception of the Oakton Park property being in Beat 317); the southern border is the Village limits along Touhy Avenue and Jarvis Street; the eastern border is the Village limits just east of McCormick Boulevard (NorthShore Channel); and the northern border is Oakton Street. East Prairie School marks the center of the Beat.. The Beat is home to numerous industrial businesses, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, the Illinois Emissions Test Center, and many new retail developments along Touhy Avenue. Skokie’s Sculpture Park continues through 313, running north to south along the Northshore Channel. Officers of Beat 313 pride themselves on professional service to businesses and residents alike.
The Officers in Beat 313 strive to adhere to the Mission of the Skokie Police Department and the community-policing philosophy. If you are in need of immediate police assistance or need to report any criminal or suspicious activity, please call 9-1-1. If you have any questions or concerns involving Beat 313, you can email Officer Cabrera at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 847/982-5302, x5007.