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Month: February 2015
27 Feb 2015

CHICAGO – Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Superintendent Garry F. McCarthy announced Eric Washington has been promoted to become the Department’s Deputy Chief of Community Policing, a new role that will further cement the expanded role community policing and neighborhood partnerships have taken under this administration. Including Washington, the Department is promoting four deputy chiefs, one commander and five Captains today.

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27 Feb 2015

This alert gives notice to the residents of the 20th District (Lincoln) of several recent
residential burglaries that have occurred. In these incidents, unknown offender(s) have
entered apartments and residences through doors, by force or unlawful entry. Items taken
include electronics, jewelry, cash, and other miscellaneous items.

See Attached for more details.

26Feb15 20th District Residential Burglaries1 P15-N-0561

26 Feb 2015

This alert gives notice to citizens in the 008th District (Chicago Lawn) of robbery
incidents that have occurred during the month of February. In these incidents, one
to two offender(s) approach victims armed with a handgun and demand/forcibly
remove their property.

See attached

Alert #P15-1-040CA

23 Feb 2015

This alert gives notice to the residents of the 11th District (Harrison) of two armed robberies that have occurred in the month of February. In both incidents, the victims were inside their vehicles when they were robbed by two unknown offenders. The offenders entered the vehicle, displayed handguns and took a wallet, cell phones, jackets and money from the victims.


23 Feb 2015

About the Crime:
Robberies of businesses have occurred where the offender enters and demands
money from the cash register while armed with a small revolver.

View attachment for complete details.19_P15-N-054

23 Feb 2015




A big thank you to the 20 parents from James Shields Elementary School who partnered with the 009th District CAPS Office to join the CAPS Parent Patrol. This is a volunteer program where parents are trained by Chicago Police on how to organize and communicate with each other when helping children get to and from school.

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