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When: Tue, August 7, 7pm – 8pm

Where: Truman College, 1145 W Wilson, Room 1907

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Dear Friend, ,

Last night, just before midnight, two Uptown men were shot west of Truman College at 1255 West Wilson. Soon after, at approximately 12:30AM, another man from the south side of the city was shot near Uplift High School.   The police believe these shootings are part of the same incident and believe they are gang-related. At this time, no one has been arrested.

 

The incident is still under investigation with Area 3 Detectives. Police presence has been increased in the area.

 

Positive loitering will occur tomorrow night, Friday, July 29, 2011, at 7:00 PM, at the corner of Wilson and Hazel. We will then walk west to Wilson and Magnolia. Please support our neighborhood by attending this event.

 

 

 

Best,

 

Signature James

Alderman James Cappleman

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from James Cappleman, 46th Ward

Join Me Tonight

Dear Friend,

I want to thank the Chicago Police Narcotics and Gang Investigations Units, the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, the H.I.D.T.A. (High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas), and our own 23rd Police District for their successful four month investigation called “Operation Uptown Girl.”

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Beat 2311 CAPS Meeting

When:  Tue, June 7, 7pm – 8pm
Where:  Truman College, 1145 W Wilson, Room 1907 (map)

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via CeaseFire Hopes To Reverse Violence In Uptown « CBS Chicago.

March 7, 2011 2:51 PM

CHICAGO (CBS) — Backed by $200,000 in funding from Cook County, the CeaseFire community organization will deploy four workers in the Uptown neighborhood to help mediate conflicts and reduce violence.

CeaseFire touts progress in reducing violent crime in nearby Rogers Park and hopes to duplicate that success in Uptown. The agreement calls for the Cease Fire workers to be deployed in the neighborhood for 12 months.

LISTEN: Newsradio 780′s John Cody Reports more

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via Crime takes 46th Ward focus – Chicago Sun-Times.

Stefano Esposito Staff Reporter/sesposito@suntimes.com Jan 31, 2011 02:35AM

Scroll up and down the “Uptown Update” website on any given day, and you’ll find plugs for area restaurants, invitations to community events, historical trivia — but what draws most people to the popular site are images, news stories and homemade videos of the 46th Ward’s crime. more

 

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via Uptown Update.

posted at 9:28 PM 7 comments

From our previous post about this: “The police officer who told us this would be happening says: “Your readership needs to contact their respective Commander, The Chief of Patrol and Aldermanic contenders. Why should hard-working, tax-paying citizens not get the police service that we deserve?”

Here’s their contact information – and a reminder that this decision is being made by the brass, NOT by our local command. Be polite and express your reasoning for opposing this decision.

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Superintendent of Police Jody P. Weis – 312-745-6100

* Chief of Patrol Ernest P. Brown – 312-745-6210

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23rd District Commander Kathy Boehmer:

23ehotline@chicagopolice.org; 312-744-8320

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20th District Commander Lucy Moy-Bartosik:

CAPS020District@chicagopolice.org; 312-742-8714

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48th Ward Alderman Mary Ann Smith: 773-784-5277; info@masmith48.org

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46th Ward Alderman Helen Shiller: 773-878-4646; ward46@cityofchicago.org”

 

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