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Lisle is a village in DuPage County, Illinois. It has a land area of 7 square miles. The village was founded in 1832 and incorporated in 1956.
Lisle has a population of 22,900 people. The median age in the village is 37 years old. Among residents age 25 or older, 97% have a high school degree, and 57% have a bachelor’s degree.
Lisle’s population is 71% white, 13% Asian, 9% Hispanic and 5% black. Around 15% of residents were born in a foreign country. Over 19% of the village’s residents speak a language other than English. There are 1,200 Spanish speakers and 1,000 Chinese speakers in Lisle.
People in Lisle take home a mean annual wage of $45,000. The median household income is $79,800. The homeownership rate in Lisle is 58%. Seven percent of residents live below the poverty line.
Mental health is an important issue to the Lisle Police Department. Local police officers are responding to an increasing number of mental health calls. Since 2015, the department has conducted crisis intervention training (CIT) and implemented program principles across the agency. CIT helps police officers to de-escalate situations involving residents who have mental health or substance abuse issues. The department works with the National Alliance on Mental Illness to provide in-house training to every police officer.
Access to mental health care is limited for some people in Lisle. Roughly 9% of residents do not have health insurance.