Board of Fire & Police Commissioners

POLICE TESTING: 

Certified Police Officer Final Eligibility List:   Click here to see the Final Police Officer Secondary Eligibility List 2022.  This list will expire June 7, 2024.

Entry Level Police Officer Testing: The Batavia Police Department will post the 2022 Initial Entry Level Police Officers Eligibility List after July 5, 2022. Please check back often to see when the next test will be scheduled or check on The Blue Line. See the 2019 Final Police Eligibility List

Regular Meetings

The Batavia Board of Fire & Police Commissioners meets on a monthly basis on the first Tuesday of every month, unless marked with an asterisk. The Board meets at 4:00 p.m. in the Batavia Police Department 2nd Floor Conference Room located at the Batavia Government Center, 100 North Island Avenue, Batavia, Illinois. All regular meetings are open to the public.  Due to COVID-19, many of the meetings will be held remotely via Zoom.  Please see the meeting agenda to see if it will be in person or via Zoom.  

Scheduled meeting dates for 2022

  • Jan. 11  
  • Feb. 1
  • March 1
  • April 5
  • May 3, 2022
  • June 7, 2022
  • July 5, 2022
  • Aug. 2
  • Sept. 6
  • Oct. 4
  • Nov. 1
  • Dec. 6

Special Meetings

Special meetings shall be open and notice thereof to be posted 48 hours prior to convening.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Members

Current Commissioners are as follows:

  • Nancy Vance, Chairman
  • Dennis Anderson, Secretary
  • Randy Zies, Commissioner

Mission

The Board of Fire and Police Commissioners consists of 3 members who are appointed by the Mayor of the City and who voluntarily serve for a term of 3 years. The purpose of the board shall be to appoint all officers of the fire and police departments of the City of Batavia. The board shall make rules to carry out the purpose for appointments and removals in accordance with the provisions of the Illinois Compiled Statutes. The board shall also conduct testing for the appointment of officers to the fire and police departments as well as promotional testing. Testing for entry-level positions is conducted every 2 years. Promotional testing is conducted every 3 years. The board may also, when required, conduct hearings reference disciplinary actions taken against an officer by the department.

Board Duties

The board shall have such other powers and duties as are given it by the statutes of the state of Illinois or by ordinance.

Board of Fire and Police Documents