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14 Mar

CHICAGO – Chicago Police Department (CPD) Superintendent Eddie Johnson announced today the next steps
in Departmental reform that emphasizes a commitment to strengthen community policing, officer training,
manpower, supervision, and public accountability. Using a transparent framework for reform as a guide, CPD
will engage in a multi-year implementation process to continue to support officers in maintaining the highest
professional standards while they fight against gun violence. The next steps build on reforms of the past year
and address many of the findings by the Department of Justice and Mayor Emanuel’s Police Accountability
Task Force (PATF) reports.

14 Mar 17 CPD RELEASE – CPD Lays Out Next Steps on Reform

4 Mar

04 Mar 17 CPD Enforcers Kick Off 2017 Season

NEWS RELEASE
Chicago Police Department
Eddie T. Johnson Anthony Guglielmi
Superintendent Chief Of Communications
312-745-6110 · 3510 South Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60653 · Fax 312-745-6999
For Immediate Release Contact: Office of Communications
March 4, 2017 312-745-6110
Chicago Police Enforcers Football Team
Kicks Off 2017 Season
The Chicago Police Football Team, the “Enforcers,” is entering their 12th season in the
National Public Safety Football League, which is made up of twenty two teams from all over
the country. This year head coach Greg Zaragoza is welcoming two dozen new and exciting
players to the team. The Enforcers are made up primarily of sworn members of the Chicago
Police Department but also have players who are members of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office
as well as other local law enforcement agencies. The Enforcers are a recognized 501c3
charitable organization and play to raise money for various local charities. Over their first
eleven seasons the Enforcers have raised approximately $130,000 for those charities. The
NPSFL plays full contact football following NCAA rules.
The Enforcers annual kick-off party is this Sunday, March 5th at 115 Bourbon Street in
Merrionette Park, which starts at 3 pm.
The Enforcers’ first game of the season is Saturday March 25th @ the St. Louis Heat who is
the Enforcers newest regional rival. The highlight of the season will be April 8th when the
Enforcers travel to Los Angeles to play the NPSFL championship runner up LAPD Centurion’s.
Also the Enforcers will host the NPSFL D II champion Central Texas Wolfpack in their annual
“Gold Star Game” on Saturday May 6th the game honors members of CPD who paid the
ultimate sacrifice. The regular season concludes with the “First Responders Memorial
Game” vs. the Chicago Fire Department Blaze on Sunday June 4th.
The Enforcers are coming off a successful 3-2 season in 2016. The Enforcers are looking
forward to making a run at another National Championship. Media members are welcome at all
Enforcers events.
For more information contact:
Timothy Kusinski tkusinski@aol.com
Greg Zaragoza coachgoza@me.com
Season Schedule
March 25, 2017 @ St Louis Heat 4 pm
St. Mary’s High School
St Louis, MO.
April 8, 2017 @ Los Angeles Centurions @ 2 pm
East Los Angeles Community College
Monterey Park, CA
May 6, 2017 vs. Central Texas Wolfpack @ 4pm “Gold Star Game”
Lane Tech High School
2501 W. Addison, Chicago, IL
June 4, 2017 vs. CFD Blaze @ 2pm “First Responders Game”
Brother Rice High School
10001 S. Pulaski, Chicago, IL
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: www.cpdenforcers.com
www.npsfl.com
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2 Mar
Falcon was placed into custody after it was discovered that on April 26, 2016 she falsely reported a burglary in the 2100 block of N. Spaulding Ave., and reported that firearms were stolen during the incident. Area North Detectives and ATF Task Force members determined that Falcon illegally purchased handguns using false information on January 19, 2016 which were then delivered to a convicted felon. Falcon then falsely reported the firearms stolen on April 26, 2016 during a burglary. Falcon was placed into custody on March 1, 2017 in the 3900 block of N. Newland Ave., at approximately 12:10 p.m., and was charged accordingly. No further information is available at this time. For More Information Click Here
28 Feb
About the Crime:
On February 28, 2017 at approximately 12:00 a.m, a 25 year old woman was walking to her vehicle in the 1200 block of West Barry when a male approached her and displayed a handgun. The male then demanded the victim give him all her money. The victim complied and the offender then forced the victim into her vehicle at gunpoint. Once inside the victim’s car, the offender sexually assaulted the victim. The offender then fled on foot in an unknown direction.
Offender’s Description
The offender is described as a Male Black, 25-30 years of age, 5’8-5’10, 150-170lbs, black short hair, medium complexion, short beard/scruff on chin.
What you can do:
•Always be aware of your surroundings.
•Pay special attention to suspicious people loitering in the area and report them to
the police.
•If confronted by an offender, remain calm.
•Remember any unique descriptive characteristics of
offenders (Scars, limp, acne,
teeth etc.)
•Never pursue a fleeing assailant, provide the information to police.
•Call 911 immediately and provide a detailed description of the offender.
•Walk in pairs

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21 Feb

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Department (CPD) Superintendent Eddie Johnson announced today the expansion of CPD’s new predictive policing strategy to more parts of the south and west sides – making district intelligence the driver of Chicago’s crime fight by using new technology and tools to help police get ahead of crime and prevent violence from happening in the first place.

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