9th District Police Invite McKinley Park to Help with Strategic Plan

Published October 1, 2020

Stand Up and Speak Out Chicago logoOctober's community policing activities in Chicago's McKinley Park neighborhood will adjust to accommodate the Chicago Police Department 9th District's Community Conversation, an online confab from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7. 

Because of this district-wide online event, no October meeting will take place for McKinley Park's CAPS Beat 912, said 9th District community policing Officer Jason Sollis.

 
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"We are trying to reach as many people in the 9th District as possible for our Community Conversation," Sollis said, "to help us develop our plan for 2021 to address crime and community engagement."

 
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The online event takes place virtually, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, and participants can register online through the Eventbrite website:
Click here to register for the 9th District Community Conversation on October 7

9th District Chicago Police Department Community Conversation poster 20201007The poster for the 9th District Chicago Police Department Community Conversation on October 7 shows details for the event.Participants can also use the telephone to participate by calling (312) 626-6799 and using the meeting ID of 982 4946 7590 and passcode of 748061 to connect.

The Community Conversation is part of changed operations within the Chicago Police Department stemming from the Consent Decree between the Illinois Attorney General and the City of Chicago, approved by a U.S. federal judge in January 2019. The October 7 Community Conversation is the second held thus far by the 9th District.

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Sollis said that McKinley Park neighbors should still reach out to police with crime reports and connect in October regarding public safety concerns.

"We are still very interested in questions and concerns you may have on your beat," he said. "If there are any concerns or things you would like to talk about in the meantime, please feel free to contact me."

Sollis and other 9th District community policing resources can be reached by calling (312) 747-8227 or sending email to jason.sollis@chicagopolice.org. For immediate reports of crime and suspicious activity, call 911.


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