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21 Feb 2017

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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31 Jan 2017

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On Monday, January 30, 2017, at approximately 2:30 p.m., a white colored Toyota Corolla was traveling northbound on Central Park Avenue was struck by a silver colored Oldsmobile Silhouette minivan traveling eastbound on Garfield Square Drive at a high rate of speed.

 

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28 Jan 2017

This alert gives notice to the citizens residing in the 3rd District (Grand Crossing) of robbery related incidents have occurred during the month of January. During these incidents, the offender(s) approached the victim on the street, announced a robbery while either displaying or implying a weapon, and demanded the victim’s property.

28 Jan 17- 3rd Dist Arm. Robberies (P17-1-022) CA

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1 Jan 2017

CHICAGO – On January 1, 2017, at approximately 2:20 a.m., 5th (Calumet) District Officers heard gunshots near the vicinity of 12000 S. State St. before observing a vehicle travelling at a high rate of speed fail to stop at a stop sign, prompting Officers to immediately activate their emergency equipment and curb the vehicle. As Officers approached, the vehicle again sped off, southbound on State St. Officers reentered their CPD vehicle and followed the lone male subject as he drove on the sidewalk for several blocks. The fleeing vehicle subsequently struck a car in traffic, as well as a parked car, and then caromed into the pursuing CPD Officer’s vehicle. Officers quickly extracted themselves from their vehicle, in which the air-bags had deployed, and approached the offender, who was still seated in his car. As Officers approached the offender, they issued several verbal commands ordering the subject to exit his car. The offender ignored Officers and began to make furtive movements in the driver’s compartment. As the Officers engaged the offender in an effort to physically remove him from his vehicle, the offender resisted and struggled with them, eventually breaking free of one of the Officer’s grasp. Believing the offender had a gun, an Officer subsequently discharged his service weapon, striking the offender multiple times. The offender was immediately transported to an area hospital. Two Officers involved were also transported to an area hospital where they were treated and released for non-life threatening injuries sustained during the traffic collision.

1 Jan 17 – Police involved shooting 12500 block of S

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