The Chicago Police Department, Chicago Fire Department/Emergency Medical Services and the Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) provide public safety for residents and visitors in Chicago, including City’s planning for issues related to Homeland Security. The Public Safety Consortium consists of key departments and agencies dedicated to public safety and security, including the Police, Fire, Aviation, Public Health, OEMC and CTA.
Several city departments maintain public safety initiatives including the Chicago Department of Transportation (Safe Streets, Pedestrian and Bike Safety Program and) the City of Chicago Department of Buildings (is dedicated to advancing public safety through code enforcement, community partnerships and creative use of technology to make Chicago a safe place to live, work and play) and Business Affairs & Consumer Protection (ensures a fair & vibrant market place for businesses & consumers by licensing Chicago's businesses and public vehicles, providing business education & protecting consumers from unfair practices.)
Information on Preventing and Disciplining Police Misconduct can be found here.
|May 22, 2015||Next Public Meeting of the Police Board: Thursday, June 18 at 7:30 p.m., at Chicago Public Safety Headquarters, 3510 South Michigan Avenue|
|Mar 18,2015||City Council Authorizes Federal Funding To Support The Bridges To Pathways Juvenile Justice Program|
|Feb 26,2015||Mayor Emanuel Announces Expansion, Upgrade Of Domestic Violence Pilot Program|
|Dec 17,2014||Mayor's Commission For A Safer Chicago Releases Collaborative Anti-Violence Report|
|Dec 08,2014||"Science" Magazine Publishes Favorable Findings About One Summer Plus Study By UPENN|
|Nov 15,2014||As Winter Chill Takes Hold, Mayor Emanuel Joins City Departments to Remind Residents To Take Precautions During Cold Weather|