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Latest News from the CAPS Project Office CAPS Bulletin, August, 2010
Latest News from the CAPS Project Office CAPS Bulletin, April, 2010
Superintendent Weis asks the community to encourage qualified Lieutenants and/or Captains to apply for the position of Commander and serve on his senior management team. CAPS Bulletin, March, 2010
Latest News from the CAPS Project Office CAPS Bulletin, January, 2010
Latest News from the CAPS Project Office CAPS Bulletin, September, 2009
Superintendent Jody P. Weis discusses recent changes in district community policing offices CAPS Special Bulletin, July, 2009
Countless times each day, police officers live out these values, sometimes in a split-second moment and, other times, through relentless effort. The situations which call out the character of the men and women of the Chicago Police Department are too many to ever fully capture or express. Stories in the news often only hint at the hearts and minds of the police officer. In these pages, and in the memories that they inspire, are the essence of what it means to be a Chicago Police Officer. Courage, Commitment, Integrity and Community
This book provides information that highlights current initiatives aimed at strengthening leadership, training, and accountability, improving equipment and technology as well as enhancing crime reduction strategies and community partnerships. In addition, the book describes the strategic priorities of the Department as we move forward. Chicago Police Department: Today and Tomorrow
The Chicago Police Department recovers approximately 10,000 guns every year. Guns are recovered in association with a wide variety of crimes and are often traced back and recovered in the hands of convicted felons who cannot lawfully purchase firearms for themselves. Chicago's Anti-Gun Enforcement Team (C.A.G.E. Unit) works with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) to aggressively pursue and prosecute those people who have straw-purchased and trafficked firearms. Guns - Case Studies
The Chicago Police Department is recognized as an international leader for our use of technology. Today, the Citizen and Law Enforcement Analysis and Reporting suite of applications (CLEAR), remains the largest transaction police database in the nation. This report provides a summary of some of the significant milestones that the Department has realized since Summer 2006 both to expand CLEAR and to implement innovative new technology that helps to solve crimes and to improve the quality of life for the residents of Chicago. Technology Update (Summer 2007)