Sunday, September 15, 2013

FIVE HOURS, 29 MINUTES: That's How Long The 19th District Lacked Cops Overnight

What a crap night. You got played. Again.

It's hard to believe that the police commander, police captain, and our alderman have the gall to stand in front of us and continue with their lies while giving us police "protection" like they did last night.

If you happen to be the gentleman in a suit who was reportedly forced to withdraw money from an ATM in Wrigleyville; if you were that victim on Roscoe and Elaine Place that a witness reported having their phone stolen; if you were that woman calling for help at Barry and Sheridan; if you were the resident of the 700 block of Roscoe who reported that a group of males had broken into a fenced area behind your home; if you were that man who was seen being beaten up in the alley of 917 W. Fletcher, we just want you to know that calls to help you were received.

There simply weren't any officers to send your way in a timely fashion.

Oh, the officers showed up eventually, but you probably had other things to to do. Like call your bank, bandage your face, maybe curl up in bed and wonder what the fuck has happened to this neighborhood.

Maybe you all should have followed 19th district police captain Mike Ryan's advice and asked for a supervisor? (Sarcasm)
Red zones are areas that had no beat cars assigned
to protect them overnight. Result: Our precious officers
had to leave our area to handle calls in the red zones.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is how the Chicago Police Department keeps crime "down" and how they can claim that "crime is down 20% this year" in the 19th district. Don't staff enough police officers to respond to the thefts, robberies, and batteries that are happening. The victims will eventually go home and there will be no report and "no crime."

The overnight shift that ran late Saturday into Sunday is a beautiful demonstration of how effective that demonic, citizen-harming, thug-enriching, statistics-skewing strategy is.

The district went into Radio Assignment Pending (RAP) status, meaning cars were not available to promptly handle assignments, at 12:15AM. It remained in RAP status until 5:44AM. Five-and-a-half hours of long-delayed responses. This is the seventh Sunday morning in a row that our district ran out of cops.

Last night, a Saturday night in a huge district with two "entertainment districts," at least four of our district's 15 beats did not have cars assigned to them at all. CWB believes that more than four beats were without coverage, but we have been unable to document that. (Full disclosure: Technically, there was an officer assigned to beat 1912. However, he was detailed to guarding hospitalized prisoner for the entire shift.)

The Clark Street "entertainment detail" consisted of a sergeant and two units, which were overwhelmed by Wrigleyville drunks shortly after 2AM. Nearly every one of the district's precious few cars had to back up the detail on Clark Street for almost 90 minutes.

A further result of understaffing is that the cars that are assigned to our late night robbery and crime-ridden area had to leave our neighborhood to handle calls in Lincoln Square, Uptown, and Lincoln Park.

All while victims here are were reportedly robbed, beaten, trespassed, and all that jazz with no officers available for timely responses.

No report? No crime. Who knows, after last night, crime might even be "down" 21% in the 19th district.

59 comments:

  1. It wouldn't have been that many years ago that the Sun-Times would have shined by sticking their investigative reporters to a story like this and not letting them let go until concrete action was taken.

    Again, what a shame that we have to read about the "truth" from a blog. The media and true journalism truly is dead. What an opportunity for a news organization to climb to the top of the credibility mountain - their work is easy, they can start by reading this blog and reporting to the people in masses.

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  2. Thank you CWB for your excellent, timely reporting. As disturbing as it is each day to read of the previous nights, now expected tragedies.
    I know that your readership is large as I speak of you frequently and most often, those who I speak with are readers also.
    What I want to know, and I can't be alone here, is: who do we speak to next?
    The alderman and Voulgaris don't give a shit and appear incompetent, and the mayor and police superintendent have agendas based purely on money. They all lack morals.
    So is it the governor? State senator? Obviously State Representative Feigenholtz doesn't give a shit either seeing as she lives as close to the Belmont L Station as one can and shares an office with Tunney, so knows damn well what is happening.
    Do we call Washington to speak with our senators and Congressman?
    Do we start a petition at Whitehouse.gov to get our fellow Chicagoan Obama's attention? Maybe Michelle? Does the FBI care?
    Maybe Oprah would do a story since the local news won't.
    I am just at a loss/aren't too savvy in these matters, and I am sick and tired of living in fear.
    I'm "between jobs" right now and job searching is even more stressful as hell, knowing that I am going to have to live with what I get, and getting to work and back home safely worries me greatly. I live pretty close to ground zero Belmont and Clark area.
    Please, anyone, tell me what to do! The CAPS meetings are a waste and I'm about to lose my marbles!!!
    Thank you for all you do.

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    1. Hi anonymous! It looks like our readers have some ideas. We have some, too. #1 on the list is to NEVER let up on the aldermen we pay to handle these issues. If the alderman can't strategize and form an anticrime caucus within the city council, then he can't help us where we need help most and he needs to go. NEVER let up on someone who is doing a shitty job on your payroll.

      Same with the police execs. They can do A LOT better. How do you run out of chips every Saturday night for two months running? Incompetence.

      This is not going to fix itself without the city stepping up. The only way to make that happen is relentless citizen pressure and a reasonable expectation of unemployment after the next election.

      Our police commander has destroyed the public trust through lies and thoughtless job performance. He needs to go.

      And, finally, never forget this: Tom Tunney literally broke down in tears in the city council over the square footage of the Wrigley Field jumbotron. Yet, he can't find it within himself to take a similarly strong, emotional stand on what it's happening to human beings.

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  3. I didn't here this district feed on the scanner but was listening to the citywide band. I was thinking wow, it's scary how short handed the police department is citywide and all the backed up serious calls they can't get to like domestics. I felt lucky I didn't need the police. Thought to myself if the citizens of Chicago actually knew the truth they would be outraged. Bottom line is we need a lot more officers. Tons of domestics and amazed me how many people slumped over their steering wheels in the middle of the roadway drunk.

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  4. To make sure the right people are seeing these posts, I encourage everyone to copy/paste these blog entries into an email to Ald Tunney, the Mayor and the major newpapsers.
    Their offices need to be overwhelmed by angry residents crying for help, and these reports are the way to do it. Direct your anger and frustration to THEM and not just in the comment section.

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  5. It would be nice to see a group of us to begin protesting in front of Ann Sather restaurants to bring awareness to others of the high crime in our neighborhood.

    Maybe a pinnochio picture of Prince Tunney and Little Rahm.

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  6. I think it's time we succeed from Chicago and Lakeview, IL set up its own Mayor, Police Department and City Council. Maybe these big cities are too big to handle and need to right sized for todays needs. Maybe I sound crazy but think about how Rahm and McCarthy can take our resources and redeploy them to other neighborhoods. We pay all these taxes to live here and they take our police and redeploy them to the south and west side. Or send them out of our district because they are so understaffed in other districts.

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  7. To CWB. You guys are doing a great job of getting the message out there. You are analogous to the message board in the village square in the old timey days. Never doubt your importance.

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  8. Rahm and the police department are praying for cold weather, figuring the robberies will slow, and we will go away until next year. We must keep up constant pressure throughout the winter until they give us more manpower.

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    1. They better pray and pray and pray. The crime "slow season" ain't what it used to be. Oh, and we won't be going anywhere.

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  9. Nice - you can write a post on Tunney's wall but it doesn't show up. Pussy

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  10. At the next CRAP, sorry - *CAPS* meeting, I'll have to ask what the perfect profile of a shooting death victim is such that we might actually get the protection we pay taxes for. My guess is a young, pretty white girl with her whole life ahead of her. Or else maybe an innocent child visiting Wrigley for the first time? Maybe then the press and the people we pay to police the streets will take notice and actually step up their game? Do we have any volunteers?

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  11. I would be willing to picket with other concerned citizens. I really believe we could make a difference by picketing the aldermans or mayors office! Never under estimate the impact of free speech!

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  12. I think you meant to write "gall" instead of "gaul". I know all about Gaul.

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  13. Where the hell were the police at last night? Where the hell are the 2 Entertainment details? Just a sgt. and 2 cars? What the hell is that? Then one arrest and they are all gone. No wonder there is all this crime, there is no police around and the thugs know this. The busiest most bars in any district in the city, the most robberies and crimes against people, but they won't get extra units to help out here like the bike unit, the horses, or this VRI where officers get double time to sit in a car at a corner only on the south and west side to keep shootings down and the numbers down.

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    1. Ok calm down a minute and focus here. First VRI is at time and a half not double time. Second you demand all these extra units, where are they pulling from? Thus far no extra teams from outside the district have been sent in, as such we only have the current roster of police to work with. That is about 270
      For three shifts. The commander, as inept as he may be, can not order more help in, politics can and Tunney isn't interested. Currently there are many area wide gang teams assigned to other hotspots in "area north" maybe it's time to ask the area chief why he hasn't assigned at least one of those teams to work midnights on the weekend and to answer radio assignments to help the understaffed district.

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  14. Flood the Alderman with calls and sooner or later they will have to face the music!

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  15. Julius Caesar said...
    I think you meant to write "gall" instead of "gaul". I know all about Gaul.
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    Getting aul up in our grill over that?

    Gonna fix it now. Thanks, JC!

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  16. It's sad that in a big city like Chicago when your the vitim from a crime you think you could get the police to respond after being robbed or beaten but No your the vitim Again from the police who don't even show up. You feel let down, You give up hope, You don't care anymore.

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  17. One of the reasons is they have already paid out so much overtime this year they are way over budget. That's another reason we have no cops here. How many millions in ot did Rahh & McDummy spend so they can say crime is down over last year? Detroit we are trying hard to be you!

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  18. Why isn't this reported on the News? How bad it is here, How bad the police response is even they even respond. How the Police bosses lie about the crimes here and how it is under control. The News crews should come film here on clark street Halsted street and Belmont street late at night. I bet they would even catch a robbery and or battery happening while they film the madness here and see how long or if an officer even responds.

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  19. Call Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and have him send some of his Sheriffs Police to come in and patrol Lakeview overnight. The Sheriffs Police are known for stepping in after other law enforcement efforts have failed.

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    1. They have no jurisdiction in Chicago and are poorly trained, bad idea

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  20. Yesterday I was talking to a woman, Helen, who recently joined our neighborhood group. She mentioned one of the comments on this blog about possibly boycotting the Halsted bars for one night, and asked if I thought it would work. I doubt enough people would actually participate in the end to make a difference, so she said that maybe something could be done at the Halloween parade. I started to think about it, and that could be a good idea. If thousands of people showed up dressed as Lakeview crime victims it would make a strong statement. If you're part of a neighborhood group get all of your members to participate, if your building is concerned get your fellow owners to take part, if you're going alone show up bloodied with a black eye. Everyone could wear a sign that simply said "Victim" or "Lakeview Crime Victim." Avoid any kind of sign that attacked particular individuals, and just keep it apolitical. If someone has the wherewithal to put out a press release then let the media know what's going on. It sounds silly, but that's the sort of thing that gets media attention.

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    1. You want to twist a knife? Organize a legitimate boycott of "12 bars of Xmas"

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  21. Again there are alot of officers that are on the medical for fake reasons and the city can't do anything about it. There are officers who have been on medical for 6 or more months, Just quit already you are No help to the other officers or the district. There is also officers that just wanted the weekend off so they fake an illness and go on medical through weekend and come back during the week, so sad but it is True. Something needs to be looked into, if you are sick that is perfectly ok, if you are faking it and afraid to work or just wanted the weekend off, maybe you should quit and think about another job. Thank you officers who are out here the few that you are. Thank You

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  22. No matter how many times the Cmdr asks for more Officers he gets turned down. STOP CRYING TO CMDR AND TUNNEY GO STRAIGHT TO SUPT AND MAYOR. Are you all high tax payers? Most of u have well paying jobs snd college educations, USE THEM!!! All you do is whine about the district bosses and aldermen. They obviously cannot do much if anymore. GO HIGHER!!!

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    1. Amen! The buck stops at the mayor and superintendent.

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  23. After reading all these comments I just try calling that JOKE OF a Aldermen office to leave a voicemail HIS MESSAGES--- CALL 311 OR 911 FOR WHAT NO REPONSE!!

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  24. I think we all need to picket/protest at Ann Sather's the Mayor's home city hall 19 police station but at around 6-7 pm not at midnight and keep constant pressure on them this is just way out of control and MUST STOP!!!!!!

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  25. Anonymous said...
    No matter how many times the Cmdr asks for more Officers he gets turned down. STOP CRYING TO CMDR AND TUNNEY GO STRAIGHT TO SUPT AND MAYOR. Are you all high tax payers? Most of u have well paying jobs snd college educations, USE THEM!!! All you do is whine about the district bosses and aldermen. They obviously cannot do much if anymore. GO HIGHER!!!
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    Is that you, Tom and Eli?

    They can do a LOT more. A TON more. They've done nothing tangible. Zilch. And Tunney sits on his hands.

    It's interesting that when there's a robbery outside the alderman's restaurant, an alert gets issued.

    When there's a robbery a half-block from the mayor's home, an alert gets issued.

    Yet when a commoner gets beaten and robbed, there isn't a peep. Nada. Not one alert for over 170 robberies of common citizens in the neighborhood this year.

    No, they have absolutely NOT done all that they can do.

    And, yes, go over their heads, too.

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    1. I normally agree with you, but as an "insider" I can say there is only so much shuffling that Eli can do. I'm no fan of Eli but he has tried with what he has. Most inside people are useless outside and it shows. He has stripped away tact teams in an attempt to deal with the entertainment sections, that was a mistake because he "flubbed" with people's personal lives so that killed their motivation.
      The fact is until Rahm gets more people in here Patton himself couldn't solve this problem

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  26. I've lived in Chicago for over thirty years but in less than two weeks I'm moving to Austin, Tx. I'm originally from NYC and grew ùp in that City during the fifties and sixties It was a violent town and Chicago, in the eighties and 90's was the greatest, safest part of the USA. I could walk to Sox park or Wrigley and never feel threatened. I could go to Old Town,
    New Town and even the Golden Ox on Clybourn and North and never felt
    At ease. Now! It's a tinderbox and all that I'm reading verifies what I have been witnessing the past five years. I don't go out, ever, after
    11:00 PM and always look in six directions when I walk this city. Best of luck to all but you're fighting a losing battle.
    PS: I live in the 60611 zip code so if you can't fèel safe here, it's over. I don't feel safe....

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  27. Must be Tom Tom or Eli maybe little Rahm who's whining now.

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  28. Fight back. They hurt one of ours then we hurt one of them.

    Is it time yet?

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  29. I use to live in Lakeview a few years ago. It was a safe and wonderful place to live at that time. It saddens me to read what is happening to this wonderful area. What I don't understand is why the community is not looking into what West Hollywood, CA did years ago, succeeding from the city. What is happening there is very similar to what was happening in West Hollywood, an area that was not getting services from the city of Los Angeles. This would allow the "City of Lakeview" to then be able to keep it's tax dollars so that they can hire and staff their own police department. It has been a big plus for West Hollywood and believe it would also be for Lakeview.

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  30. Wow, if you can't beat them, join them? As evidenced by your own post, an alert regarding Two Thugs and a Gun was issued 3 weeks prior to the robbery that occurred near the mayor's house.

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  31. Anonymous said...
    Wow, if you can't beat them, join them? As evidenced by your own post, an alert regarding Two Thugs and a Gun was issued 3 weeks prior to the robbery that occurred near the mayor's house.
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    None of the incidents listed on the Two Thugs One Gun alert(s) occurred in Wrigleyville or Boystown, even though there is very strong evidence that the crew struck here.

    The alert was re-released after the team struck near the mayor's house.

    We're still waiting for an alert regarding any Wrigleyville and Boystown robberies that targeted common citizens. We know there are outstanding surveillance photos of known offenders, but they're never released for some reason.

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  32. I doubt it Will do much good, but I plan on calling Dick Durbins office.the man Is #2 in the Senate And lives in Lakeview.In the past other cities that were having a particularly difficult time with crime were given block grants to hire more police officers, why not us? Durbin you watch the news and hear about the crime here. Do your job and get use some bacon so we can hire more cops, or what the hell good are you!

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  33. This is scary to read! Last night I had something happen in my apartment building that I normally would have called the police for just to be safe. However, after being an avid reader of this blog and knowing what usually happens on the weekends with RAPs I didn't bother. Instead I called a friend who is an ex-bouncer and now physical trainer to come check things out. He made it to my place in less than three minutes. Now that my safety has been assured I am appalled thinking of how long I would have been waiting if I had actually called the police. Yikes!

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  34. Does Dicky Durbin really live in Lakview? I've been there 12 years and never heard that before.

    Anyhoo, if you think Rahm or Tunney don't care, he would care even less.

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  35. I was the one who called 911 about the Elaine Place robbery. Stocky male, black with shaved head was loitering in the middle of the street. Approached a lone guy and threatened him. Guy threw cell phone into the middle of the street and offender picked it up and ran east on roscoe. Next time I am calling in anybody loitering. I was tempted to go out but didn't have time to get dressed.

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  36. I was the one who called 911 about the Elaine Place robbery. Stocky male black with shaved head was loitering in the middle of the street. Approached a lone guy and threatened him. Guy threw cell phone into the middle of the street and offender picked it up and ran east on roscoe. Next time I am calling in anybody loitering. I was tempted to go out but didn't have time to get dressed.

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  37. I called the police-911 (thugs in the lobby) about 3 1/2 weeks ago before I heard of this blog they never show up now I no why.

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  38. What if the fire department went into RAP status for hours? Is this next?

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  39. I dont see the fire department going into RAP status, mainly because, due to the increase in fire proof buildings, you dont see the number of fires anymore. The CFD is now tasked with providing support for ambulance services at car crash scenes, etc. But yes, I would not be surprised if Rahm was going to now cut the CFD budget as well.

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  40. I've never heard that Sen. Durbin lives in Lakeview, but Rep. Quiqley obviously does. Maybe Sen. Kirk cares.

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  41. I am a retired LE officer and can still carry a firearm. I am too afraid to come back to a neighborhood that was once safe, day and night.
    Wonder why there are no police in area ? Because of the gang bangers shooting each other of the south and west sides of the city. Man power is not lacking there. CPD sends the 19 district tac teams to babysit the punks from popping each other every weekend.
    The people they reside in the area pay huge rents and building owners tall real estate taxes for what, getting your garbage picked up !
    The busineses in area got to be suffering with the word getting around that you are a walking victim because of the thugs coming into area from where we all know they are coming from.
    The good people in the area are an easy score. The idiot supt Rahm put in just carters to the thugs reverands and could care less about the good people that work so hard in a once great area.
    Lived in Chicago all my life and the thugs would rarely come to good neighborhoods in fear that the police will be out in force every night watching them.
    The commander n 019 wishes he could get the man power required to keep the area safe, he has no say and that druck supt from NYC tells his tuff shit and live with it.
    I don't think I will ever be back to area in fear of getting robbed or injured.
    Organize people of the area !!! The media will not report any crime in area in fear of city hall.
    Mass numbers demanding and marching in front of city hall will do the trick.
    One poster stated to get the sheriff patroling. Good idea and even the Illinois state police could patrol area.
    Bless you all and please STAY safe and watch you backs. Walk in groups and walk in the middle of streets on the side streets. Carry an air horn if you feel threatened.

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  42. Next CAPS meeting ... We ALL need to ask some aggressive pointed questions and DEMAND answers.

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  43. Anonymous said...
    I dont see the fire department going into RAP status, mainly because, due to the increase in fire proof buildings, you dont see the number of fires anymore. The CFD is now tasked with providing support for ambulance services at car crash scenes, etc. But yes, I would not be surprised if Rahm was going to now cut the CFD budget as well.

    There is a lot of talk in the next budget of closing some fire stations and one that is on the hit list is the one across from Wrigley Field. It's been in the papers, so don't forget about it.

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  44. I am not a lawyer, but perhaps another reader with legal experience can give their opinion. What is the recourse if person is the victim of a crime, calls 911, does not receive a prompt (or any) response from the police (i.e. because of RAP status) and then suffers subsequent fallout from the lack of immediate attention? Can that person then sue the city for negligence? It seems to me that there is a long and established track record at this point of under-staffing and lack of resources (i.e. RAP status EVERY weekend) in our district. This should establish a fact-pattern that the leaders in City Hall are ignoring the situation and putting the local residents at risk in a knowing manner. Does this not constitute negligence by city officials? I don't know if such a case has legal merit, but if victims of crimes start suing the city for financial recourse, perhaps that will finally get Rahm's attention and grab some headlines in the Tribune, Sun-Times and on the news. Real legal opinions would be much appreciated.

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  45. CWB writes

    "We're still waiting for an alert regarding any Wrigleyville and Boystown robberies that targeted common citizens. We know there are outstanding surveillance photos of known offenders, but they're never released for some reason."

    There are several reasons why alerts and photos may not be issued and they have nothing to do with who is victimized. First you need a decent surveillance photo, second you need a victim who can identify who robbed them and is also willing to prosecute if someone is identified. Without the above, alerts are issued if there are specific similarities to a crime, such as the Two Thugs and a Gun alert.

    The robbery offenders in Boystown and Wrigleyville mostly run the gamut of one male, black, two male, blacks, three or more male, blacks with a spattering of male, blacks dressed as women, male, Hispanics and an occasional male, white.

    Since you know of outstanding surveillance photos of KNOWN offenders, please provide them to the police along with the name of these KNOWN offenders so that they can be identified by a victim who is willing to press charges.

    Photos of people possibly using a credit card or CTA pass taken in a robbery does not equate to photos of the person committing the actual robbery. Showing the victim video or photos of unidentified people prior to victim identification can taint the entire case either in court or during the felony review process.

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  46. CWB writes

    "We're still waiting for an alert regarding any Wrigleyville and Boystown robberies that targeted common citizens. We know there are outstanding surveillance photos of known offenders, but they're never released for some reason."

    There are several reasons why alerts and photos may not be issued and they have nothing to do with who is victimized. First you need a decent surveillance photo, second you need a victim who can identify who robbed them and is also willing to prosecute if someone is identified. Without the above, alerts are issued if there are specific similarities to a crime, such as the Two Thugs and a Gun alert.

    The robbery offenders in Boystown and Wrigleyville mostly run the gamut of one male black, two male blacks, three or more male blacks with a spattering of male blacks dressed as women, male hispanics and an occasional male white.

    Since you know of outstanding surveillance photos of KNOWN offenders, please provide them to the police along with the name of these KNOWN offenders so that they can be identified by a victim who is willing to press charges.

    Photos of people possibly using a credit card or CTA pass taken in a robbery does not equate to photos of the person committing the actual robbery. Showing the victim video or photos of unidentified people prior to victim identification can taint the entire case either in court or during the felony review process.

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  47. Anonymous wrote...

    Since you know of outstanding surveillance photos of KNOWN offenders, please provide them to the police along with the name of these KNOWN offenders so that they can be identified by a victim who is willing to press charges.

    Photos of people possibly using a credit card or CTA pass taken in a robbery does not equate to photos of the person committing the actual robbery. Showing the victim video or photos of unidentified people prior to victim identification can taint the entire case either in court or during the felony review process.
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    One crystal clear surveillance photo was circulated at this month's CAPS meeting with the full knowledge of the police captain, beat officers, and the entire audience. Still no alert.

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  48. We should add that, according to an attendee, the photo was brought in by a business owner, not by the police department.

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  49. Another way of getting attention and also making everyone more aware of their surroundings is to paint the sidewalk or street at each location where a crime occurred with day-glo paint: SOMEONE GOT MUGGED HERE. Imagine Tunney walking into his restaurant stepping over that everyday. Yes, when it gets washed off, put it back. Who wants to go to the paint store with me?

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  50. Why is everyone here anonymous?
    How about some cool handles?

    I suppose that is just old fashioned for blogs.

    Keep Up the good work
    CIWB

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  51. ^^Well, I use the name Link N. Parker, which I used to use back on the old "Lincoln Park Trixie" website/blog back about 10 years ago.

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