Frankfort, Illinois Speed Traps
From Route 30 South on Harlem Avenue on the West side of the street to the EJ&E Rail Road Tracks. Police cars routinely park behind Walgreens, in the entrace to a vacant office building, and in the entrance to the condominiums on Golf View. They are usually hidden until you pass them. Occasionally they will park in the small parking area on the East side of Harlem south of the Walking Path.
Don’t they have anything better to do?? I have personaly recieved a DUI and 4 tickets at this particular location. I hear they plan a roadside safety check here in the near future. Keep an eye out for them they will write you everytime. Oh an watch for squad numbers 24, 25, 16, 20 and the SOB that drives the big expedition!!! What do they need that for any how, it was probably bought with all the money they are making off our tickets! PS look in the air I hear they have a plane now that comes from Frankfort airport.
Look out at the top of the hill at 88th Ave…they sit either in the cemetary entrance or just past it out of view from wither direction, especially eastbound. Also just past the creek at the entrance to a new subdivision and at the Frankfort Square baseball fields parking lot. All of these areas are very close to the border of Frankfort’s jurisdiction, but they still like to nab people. Plus, be ready to be searched if you are a teenager, even if you don’t look suspicious. Frankfort PD is notorious for this!
The entire force spends most of itst time writing tickets. All entrances and exits in the town are almost always under surveilance. Center Road, RT45, RT30, Laraway and now Delaney Road/Steger Road. They hide anywhere and everywhere. If you are under 25 or driving an older car, expect to have your car searched as well.
Patrol car usually hides in library parking lot or further down the road at the corner of W Sauk Trail and Pfieffer.