Category Archives: police reform
Study shows contact with police may be detrimental to health, well-being of Black youth | UIC Today — Read on today.uic.edu/study-shows-contact-with-police-may-be-detrimental-to-health-well-being-of-black-youth
Should You Register Your Private Home Camera System with the Local Police Department ? Schiller Park Is Asking You To Do So. Is it a good idea ?
To register or not to register your home security surveillance system, that is the question. With home security and surveillance systems becoming more ubiquitous all the time, the Schiller Park police now want you to register your camera with the … Continue reading →
Stacy Deemar, who is white, filed the lawsuit Tuesday, claiming the teacher training and lessons about race and racism discriminated against her. Deemar’s attorney, Kimberly Hermann, explains that the lawsuit is centered around how the District’s race-conscious training, policies and … Continue reading →
Lightfoot + Foxx Belong in Jail for Public Endangerment ! What Does Chicago’s Future Look Like For Law Abiding Residents ?
This guy can’t last much longer. Lightfoot is getting blamed for the violence. All he does is hold press conferences. The police do not do “Stop & Frisk” anymore so everyone is carrying a gun. The police cannot chase a … Continue reading →
He needed a lawyer like Atticus Finch to shine light on the truth. Is that why they want to ban that book? Because it teaches that no matter what skin color you have, you have a right to a fair … Continue reading →
Schiller Park Village Election Update—Join the Schiller Park Community on Sunday, March 14, 2021, at 8 pm on ZOOM for a Conversation to Discuss the Issues in the Upcoming Municipal Election.
Mayor Caiafa and Mayoral Candidate Diaz were both out in full force with their fellow candidates canvassing Schiller Park all weekend presenting themselves to the voters. No one has agreed to a debate for the Voters to hear the candidates … Continue reading →
Governor Pritzker has signed HB3653, the “Criminal Justice Reform Bill” . Nobody is surprised that he would sign this legislation, but there are multiple problems with this Bill. Here are some, but not all, of the lowlights to remember: Officers … Continue reading →
Just got this from the Illinois Chiefs of police association. Worth reading! Special Alert: Statements you can use to explain concerns about HB 3653: Fact vs. Fiction ILACP Executive Director put this statement together to help you understand and identify … Continue reading →