Posts Tagged “Police”

Congressional Inquiry Hears Riveting Testimony on Illegal Police Raids

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Congressional Inquiry Hears Riveting Testimony on Illegal Police Raids

Congressional Inquiry Hears Riveting Testimony on Illegal Police Raids More than a half dozen victims of wrongful police raids testified at today’s congressional inquiry conducted by Chicago Congressman Danny K. Davis, including Anjanette Young whose case sparked national outrage. Her videotaped message implored political and community leaders to take a defiant stand against bogus police…

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Supporting Our Police: Statement from the Orland Fire Protection District

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Supporting Our Police: Statement from the Orland Fire Protection District

Supporting Our Police: Statement from the Orland Fire Protection District The Orland Fire Protection District strongly condemns the Illinois Legislature’s adoption of a law, HB 3653, that impose sweeping changes to police departments throughout the State of Illinois that undermine the support of our men and women in Blue and their ability to fight crime….

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We need to defend the Police against “cancel culture” corruption

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We need to defend the Police against “cancel culture” corruption

We need to defend the Police against “cancel culture” corruption Police officers have put their lives on the line to defend us. Now it’s time for us to defend the Police. Phony morality protestors exploiting the death of a convicted felon in Minneapolis try to justify protests that spin out of control into looting, violence…

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Commissioner Sean Morrison votes “No” to Defund Sheriff’s Office

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Commissioner Sean Morrison votes “No” to Defund Sheriff’s Office

Commissioner Sean Morrison votes “No” to Defund Sheriff’s Office By a vote of 16-1, the Cook County Board passed a resolution today out of the Criminal Justice Committee that moves to defund the Cook County Sheriff’s Office. The lone dissenting vote was from Commissioner Sean Morrison who pointed to three main points for his opposition….

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Reflecting on the past week’s violence

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Reflecting on the past week’s violence

Reflecting on the past week’s violence The Black Lives Matter protestors should be held accountable for the violence of many of those who participated. Although supporting Black Lives is a just cause, the organizers failed to take responsibility for the widespread violence, looting, arson and shootings that took place in the midsts of their protests….

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Peaceful protest in La Grange

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Peaceful protest in La Grange

Peaceful protest in La Grange No problems reported as hundreds march  By Steve Metsch Charlotte Wolf said she wanted to make a stand “because there is a lot going on in the world right now.” So, the recent graduate of Lyons Township High School organized a peaceful protest rally and march in La Grange on…

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Maywood man charged with aggravated battery to a child after incident May 23 at Super Target in Tinley Park

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Maywood man charged with aggravated battery to a child after incident May 23 at Super Target in Tinley Park

Maywood man charged with aggravated battery to a child after incident May 23 at Super Target in Tinley Park A 31-year-old Maywood man was charged with aggravated battery to a child, endangering the life or health of a child, domestic battery, criminal damage to property and two counts of fleeing and eluding police after an…

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Does the Super Bowl represent our American Dream anymore?

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Does the Super Bowl represent our American Dream anymore?

Does the Super Bowl represent our American Dream anymore? When the Super Bowl first began in 1967, it was a wholesome iconic role model for young men and women. Today it’s driven by greed, and the real focus isn’t on athletic competition of sports, but rather it is on profit and advertising. And some of…

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Safety for a church but not for shoppers at the mall

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Safety for a church but not for shoppers at the mall

Safety for a church but not for shoppers at the mall Former Cook County Commissioner Liz Gorman has called on the Village of Orland Park to take a careful look at the issue of safety at the Orland Square Mall. But Mayor Pekau’s administration doesn’t think that’s important, even after making a mountain out of…

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Twentieth Anniversary of Shop with a Cop – December 14, 2019

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Twentieth Anniversary of Shop with a Cop – December 14, 2019

Twentieth Anniversary of Shop with a Cop – December 14, 2019 Twenty years ago, a group of Hoffman Estates Police Officers started a project to bring gifts and food to families in need during the Holiday Season. Seeing the faces of these children and their families change from despair to joy, the Officers pledged to…

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Palos Police arrest five protestors at Township meeting

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Palos Police arrest five protestors at Township meeting

Palos Police arrest five protestors at Township meeting Five protestors who are part of a group criticizing popular Palos Township Trustee Sharon Brannigan for comments she made in 2017 about immigration reform, were arrested and charged by Palos Police. The group claims they were abiding by the laws when they were arrested, but Township officials…

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Chicago, Detroit best cities for Police

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Chicago, Detroit best cities for Police

Chicago, Detroit best cities for Police A new ranking list by Safety.com found cities such as Chicago and Detroit on 2019’s Top Cities for Police Officers. They studied nearly 300 cities and metropolitan areas across the nation, including the major cities of Los Angeles and New York. Their analysts determined this ranking by using key…

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