ChicagoCop.com is proud to announce the addition of 935 new documents to our archives. Many of the newly added documents have been digitized by ChicagoCop.com and others have been curated from other online sources. The documents were sourced from material in the holdings of the Chicago Public Library. With the addition of the new documents, our archive has grown to 3,254 documents. Most of the documents have never been available online before.

Of particular note are the addition of additional Police “13-13” Magazines since our last update. These magazines were monthly publications about the goings on in the police department during the roaring 20’s from 1921 thru 1929 and after the Crash of ’29 and into the Great Depression from 1930 thru 1937. Two other major additions of note are the addition of 399 historical newspaper articles from the Chicago Tribune and 297 Historical Department Directives. A full list of the newly added documents can be found below.

 
ANNUAL REPORTS
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1867
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1868
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1870
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1871
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1872
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1873 (Partial)
+ Chicago Police Department Annual Report – 1874
+ House of Correction Annual Report – 1872
+ House of Correction Annual Report of the Board of Inspectors – 1872

CARTOGRAPHS
+ Chicago Police Department – Area & District Maps Collection – 1962, October 28
+ Chicago Police Department – Area & District Maps Collection – 1995, March
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1932, July
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1975
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1976
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1977
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1978
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1979
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1981
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1982
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1983
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1984
+ Chicago Police Department – Citywide Area & District Map – 1985
+ Chicago Police Department – District 001 – Central Map – 2002, April 19
+ Chicago Police Department – District 021 – Prairie Map – 2002, April 19
+ Chicago Police Department – District Map – 1965
+ Chicago Police Department – District Map – 1966
+ Chicago Police Department – District Map – 1972
+ Chicago Police Department – District Map – 1973
+ Chicago Police Department – District Map – 1974
+ Chicago Police Department Beat Pattern – 1963, June

CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION FOR COMMAND
+ Chicago Police Department Organization for Command – 1964, February 1
+ Chicago Police Department Organization for Command – 1965, December
+ Chicago Police Department Organization for Command – 1966, December
+ Chicago Police Department Organization for Command – 1999, April 1
+ Chicago Police Department Organization for Command – 2017, December

THE CHICAGO POLICE DIGEST
+ The Chicago Police Digest – 1940, Volume 4, No. 1 – January February
+ The Chicago Police Digest – 1940, Volume 4, No. 2 – March-April

CHICAGO POLICE STAR MAGAZINES
+ Chicago Police Star Magazine – 1978, Volume 17, No. 11 – November
+ Chicago Police Star Magazine – 1981, Volume 20, No. 2 – March & April
+ Chicago Police Star Magazine – 1981, Volume 20, No. 3 – May & June
+ Chicago Police Star Magazine – 1983, Volume 22, No. 4 – September & October

CITY OF CHICAGO TITLE CODES
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8601 – Police Communications Operator I – 1995, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8602 – Police Communications Operator II – 1995, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8603 – Police Communications Operator III – 1995, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8604 – Supervising Police Communications Operator – 1996, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8605 – Fire Communications Operator I – 1996, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8606 – Fire Communications Operator II – 1996, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8607 – Supervising Fire Communications Operator – 1996, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8608 – Communications Operations Manager – 1996, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8609 – Coordinating Fire Communications Operator – 1996, June
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8611 – Communications Operations Manager – Fire – 1996, June
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8612 – Manager of 311 Operations – 2002, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8614 – Supervisor of 311 Operations – 2002, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8615 – Communications Operator I – 311 – 2002, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8620 – Emergency Management Coordinator – 2003, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8639 – Fire Communication Specialist – 1988, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8658 – Chief Helicopter Pilot – 1986, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 8902 – Coordinator of Special Services – 1987, February
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9003 – Criminal History Analyst – 1995, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9005 – Supervisor of Instant Update Unit – 2000, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9009 – Coordinator of Criminal History Records – 2003, April
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9010 – Assistant Supervisor of Police Records Processing – 1986, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9012 – Manager of Police Payrolls – 1995, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9015 – Police Legal Officer I – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9016 – Police Legal Officer II – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9017 – Police Legal Officer III – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9019 – Assistant Manager of Police Payrolls – 1995, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9021 – Crossing Guard Coordinator – 1999, January
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9101 – Community Organizer – CAPS – 2002, July
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9110 – Supervising Crossing Guard – 2003, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9111 – Crossing Guard – 2003, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9112 – Traffic Control Aide – 1992, September
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9113 – Police Aide – 1995, May
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9122 – Detention Aide – 1992, September
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9150 – Extradition officer – 1991, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9151 – Police Officer (Assigned as Traffic Specialist) – 1991, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9156 – Police Officer (Assigned as Supervising Substance Abuse Counselor) – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9157 – Explosive Technician III – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9158 – Explosive Technician I – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9160 – Police Officer (Assigned as Security Specialist) – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9161 – Polcie Officer – 1991, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9163 – Police Officer (Assigned as Latent Fingerprint Examiner) – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9164 – Police Officer (Assigned as Patrol Specialist) – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9165 – Police Officer (Assigned as Detective) – 1991, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9167 – Police Officer (Assigned as Youth Officer) – 1991, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9170 – Police Officer (Assigned as Armorer) – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9171 – Sergeant – 1988, April
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9173 – Lieutenant – 1991, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9174 – Police Agent – 1991, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9175 – Captain – 1988, April
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9181 – Investigator OPS III – 2003, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9182 – Investigator OPS II – 2003, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9184 – Supervising Investigator OPS – 2003, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9192 – Supervisor of Police Social Referral Services – 1991, December
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9195 – Coordinator of Operations OPS – 2003, March
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9196 – Subpoena Officer – 1989, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9197 – Warrant and Extradition Aide – 1992, September
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9198 – Supervisor of Warrants Processing – 2002, July
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9206 – Police Officer (Assigned as Evidence Technician) – 1991, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9213 – Firearms Identification Technician I – 1987, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9214 – Fingerprint Technician I – 1992, September
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9216 – Firearms Identification Technician II – 1987, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9221 – Director of Police Records – 2003, April
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9222 – Manager of Identification and Record Services – 2003, April
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9224 – Fingerprint Technician II – 1992, September
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9225 – Fingerprint Technician III – 1992, September
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9228 – Fingerprint Technician IV – 1991, November
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9230 – Senior Latent Fingerprint Examiner – 1997, April
+ City of Chicago Title Code 9246 – Criminalist III – 1986, October
+ City of Chicago Title Code Series – Schedule A (Partial) – 2012

DEPARTMENT DIRECTIVES
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1964, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1964, June 30
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1965, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1965, June 30
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1966, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1967, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1968, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1969, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1970, December 31
+ Chicago Police Department Index to Department Directives – 1979, July 1
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2007, December
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2008, May
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2008, November
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2011, December
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2011, January
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2012, March
+ CPD-63.451 – Incident Reporting Guide – 2013, January
+ Department Memorandum No. 61-18 – Appointment of District Commanders – 1961, January 13
+ Department Memorandum No. 61-213 – New Communications Center PAX and WA 2-4747 – 1961, November 17
+ Department Memorandum No. 61-214 – Civil Service Examinations – 1961, November 21
+ Department Memorandum No. 61-215 – New District and Unit Telephone Numbers – 1961, November 20
+ Department Memorandum No. 62-110 – Chicago Transit Authority Police
+ Department Memorandum No. 63-58 – Cadet Uniform Specifications – 1963, April 18
+ Department Notice 00-14 – New Headquarters Move – 2000, March 13
+ Department Notice 00-14 Add. 1 – Unit Move New Headquarters Timetable – 2000, March 14
+ Department Notice 01-08 – Application for Assignment to the Mounted Patrol Unit, Special Operations Section – 2001, January 22
+ Department Notice 01-32 – Area Centers, Districts, and Other Facilities – 2001, July 12
+ Department Notice 01-32A – Area Centers, Districts, and Other Facilities – 2001, August 1
+ Department Notice 02-06 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2002, January 31
+ Department Notice 02-19 – District and Beat Boundary Changes for Districts 001 & 021 – 2002, April 19
+ Department Notice 03-14 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2003, March 26
+ Department Notice 03-25 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2003, May 23
+ Department Notice 03-49 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2003, September 25
+ Department Notice 03-50 – Area Centers, Districts, and Other Facilities – 2003, November 12
+ Department Notice 03-50 Add. 1 – Central Police Headquarters – 2003, November 30
+ Department Notice 03-50 Add. 2 – Homan Square – Combined Police Facility – 2003, November 30
+ Department Notice 03-50 Add. 3 – South Loop Complex – 2003, September 30
+ Department Notice 03-57 – Area Centers, Districts, and Other Facilities – 2003, November 12
+ Department Notice 03-57 Add. 1 – Central Police Headquarters – 2003, November 12
+ Department Notice 03-57 Add. 2 – Homan Square – Combined Police Facility – 2003, November 12
+ Department Notice 03-57 Add. 3 – South Loop Complex – 2003, November 12
+ Department Notice 04-03 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2004, January 16
+ Department Notice 04-08 – Chicago Transit Authority Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 23
+ Department Notice 04-08-01 – Chicago Transit Authority Yellow and Purple Line Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-08-02 – Chicago Transit Authority Red Line Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-08-03 – Chicago Transit Authority Brown Line Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-08-04 – Chicago Transit Authority Green Line Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-08-05 – Chicago Transit Authority Blue Line Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-08-06 – Chicago Transit Authority Orange Line Rapid Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-08-07 – Chicago Transit Authority Loop Area Transit Platforms – 2004, February 24
+ Department Notice 04-48 – Star, Shield, and Updated Identification Card Distribution for Active Department Members – 2004, October 22
+ Department Notice 04-48-01 – Star, Shield, and Identification Card Matrix – 2004, October 22
+ Department Notice 05-07 – CLEAR Automated Department Awards System – Pilot Program – 2005, March 1
+ Department Notice 05-12 – Military Deployment Award – 2005, March 29
+ Department Notice 06-02 – Crime Reduction Award – 2006, January 24
+ Department Notice 06-19 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2006, May 16
+ Department Notice 08-49 – Unit Designations – 2008, December 31
+ Department Notice 10-06 – Crime Reduction Award 2009 – 2010, February 23
+ Department Notice 10-10 – Military Service Award – 2010, April 7
+ Department Notice 10-10A – Military Service Award – 2010, July 12
+ Department Notice 61-24 – Unit Designations – 1961, April 1
+ Department Notice 63-6 – Want Ads for the Star Magazine – 1963, October 30
+ Department Notice 64-25 – 30 April 1964 Beat, District, Zone Changes Errata – 1964, May 8
+ Department Notice 64-28 – Boundary Changes Between the 1st & 12th Districts – 1964, May 16
+ Department Notice 67-33 – Department Ring – 1967, June 23
+ Department Notice 68-31 – Revision of Patrol Beats and District Boundaries – 1968, May 2
+ Department Notice 69-32 – Pilot Program – 14th District Beat Assignments – 1969, May 29
+ Department Notice 69-110 – Community Service Aides Project – 1969, December 16
+ Department Notice 70-3 – 1970 Position & Salary Schedule (Sworn Members) – 1970, December 31
+ Department Notice 71-7 – 1971 Position & Salary Schedule (Sworn Members) – 1971, December 31
+ Department Notice 71-9 – Unit Designations – 1971, January 30
+ Department Notice 71-18 – Sergeants’ White Uniform Shirt – 1971, May 11
+ Department Notice 71-21 – Sergeants’ Uniform Shirts – 1971, July 17
+ Department Notice 71-28 – Issuance of City of Chicago Flag Shoulder Patch – 1972, March 31
+ Department Notice 71-103 – Uniform Trousers – Sergeants’ – 1971, October 26
+ Department Notice 72-49 – Official Listing Chicago Police Units – 1972, April 25
+ Department Notice 72-90 – Department Ring – 1973, August 15
+ Department Notice 73-87 – Application for Superintendent of Police – Chicago Police Department – 1973, December 31
+ Department Notice 73-112 – New Uniform Items – Sworn Members – 1974, November 15
+ Department Notice 73-116 – Police Mounted Unit (Pilot Program) – 1973, December 16
+ Department Notice 73-135 – Unit Designations – 1973, December 31
+ Department Notice 74-8 – Unit Designations – 1974, January 17
+ Department Notice 74-21 – Uniform Pants – Policewomen and Policematrons – 1974, February 22
+ Department Notice 74-49 – Redistribution of Manpower and Beat Structure – 1975, May 16
+ Department Notice 74-72 – New Uniform Items – Female Sworn Members Assigned to the Patrol Division – 1974, July 24
+ Department Notice 74-112 – Crossing Guard – Uniform Shoulder Patch – Unit (District) Insert – 1974, December 6
+ Department Notice 75-5 – Unit Designations – 1975, January 13
+ Department Notice 75-5A – Unit Designations – 1975, September 23
+ Department Notice 75-36 – Selection of Temporary Sergeants – 1975, March 14
+ Department Notice 76-34 – Unit Designations – 1976, March 30
+ Department Notice 76-34 – Unit Designations – 1976, October 1
+ Department Notice 76-54 – Revised and Additional Uniform – Female Police Officers – 1976, June 14
+ Department Notice 76-85 – Timothy J. O’Connor Training Center – 1976, October 15
+ Department Notice 77-2 – Unit Designations – 1977, January 6
+ Department Notice 77-2A – Unit Designations – 1977, June 23
+ Department Notice 78-5 – Unit Designations – 1978, January 25
+ Department Notice 79-2 – Unit Designations – 1979, January 12
+ Department Notice 79-25 – Chicago Jaycees Public Service Recognition Award – 1979, March 27
+ Department Notice 79-44 – Procedure for Distribution of Department Awards – 1979, May 29
+ Department Notice 79-89 – Unit Designations – 1979, December 31
+ Department Notice 80-48 – Dress-Field Uniforms for Sworn Members – 1980, August 14
+ Department Notice 80-48A – Dress-Field Uniforms for Sworn Members – 1980, November 6
+ Department Notice 80-65 – Law Enforcement Explorer Program – 1980, November 3
+ Department Notice 81-1 – Unit Designations – 1981, January 9
+ Department Notice 81-6 – Police Department Chaplains Unit – 1981, January 21
+ Department Notice 81-46 – District Beat Boundary Changes – 1981, August 20
+ Department Notice 81-50 – Prescribed Dress and Field Uniform Items – 1981, August 20
+ Department Notice 81-61 – Chicago Police Shoulder Patch and Radio Transceiver Attachments – 1981, October 20
+ Department Notice 81-76 – Opening of New Area Center Five – District 025 and Related District Boundary Changes – 1981, December 10
+ Department Notice 81-83 – Unit Designations – 1981, December 31
+ Department Notice 82-15 – Uniforms and Personal Equipment – Sworn members – 1982, February 8
+ Department Notice 82-59 – Dress and Field Uniform Items – 1982, September 28
+ Department Notice 82-83 – Unit Designations – 1982, December 30
+ Department Notice 83-10 – Opening of New Area Center Two and District 005 – 1983, January 25
+ Department Notice 83-17 – Unit Assignment Designators – 1983, February 16
+ Department Notice 83-83 – Unit Designations – 1984 – 1983, December 30
+ Department Notice 84-81 – Unit Designations – 1985 – 1984, December 31
+ Department Notice 85-80 – Unit Designations – 1986 – 1985, December 30
+ Department Notice 86-76 – Unit Designations – 1987 – 1986, December 29
+ Department Notice 87-63 – Unit Designations – 1988 – 1987, December 28
+ Department Notice 88-17 – Unit Designations – 1988 – 1988, March 9
+ Department Notice 88-56 – Unit Designations – 1989 – 1988, November 28
+ Department Notice 89-59 – District and Beat Boundary Changes – 1989, November 6
+ Department Notice 89-65 – Unit Designations – 1990 – 1989, December 13
+ Department Notice 90-15 – Chicago Housing Authority – Department of Police – 1990, March 15
+ Department Notice 90-76 – Unit Designations – 1991 – 1990, December 21
+ Department Notice 91-30 – Chicago Housing Authority Police Department – 1991, May 14
+ Department Notice 91-30 Add. 1 – Chicago Housing Authority Police Department – 1991, May 15
+ Department Notice 91-30A – Chicago Housing Authority Police Department – 1992, October 16
+ Department Notice 91-62 – Unit Designations – 1992 – 1991, December 30
+ Department Notice 92-51 – District Beat Allocation – 1992, December 29
+ Department Notice 93-7 – Unit Designations – 1993 – 1993, January 22
+ Department Notice 93-28 – Department Examinations – 1993, June 25
+ Department Notice 94-51 – Unit Designations – 1995 – 1994, December 15
+ Department Notice 95-46 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 1996 – 1995, December 30
+ Department Notice 96-54 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 1997 – 1996, December 27
+ Department Notice 97-40 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 1998 – 1997, December 30
+ Department Notice 98-32 – Application for Field Training Officer – 1998, August 6
+ Department Notice 98-32A – Application for Field Training Officer – 1998, August 21
+ Department Notice 99-5 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 1999 – 1999, January 14
+ Department Notice 99-55 – New Central Detention Facility – 2000, November 17
+ Department Notice 99-61 – Unit Designations for Payroll Purposes – 2000 – 1999, December 22
+ Department Special Order 71-12 – United States Post Office Employees – 1971, March 4
+ General Order 01-51 – Area Centers, Districts, and Other Facilities – 2001, December 7
+ General Order 02-02 – Department Awards – 2002, May 2
+ General Order 02-02 Add. 1 – Description and Precedence of Department Awards – 2002, May 2
+ General Order 02-02A – Department Awards – 2005, November 9
+ General Order 09-02 – Department Organization for Command – 2009, January 27
+ General Order 09-02 Add. 1 – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 2009, January 27
+ General Order 09-02 Add. 2 – Organization and Function of Operations – 2009, January 27
+ General Order 09-02 Add. 3 – Organization and Functions of Administration – 2009, January 27
+ General Order 60-7 – Organizational Structure of the Office of the Superintendent and the Bureau of Staff Services – 1960, August 1
+ General Order 60-10 – Wearing Insignia of Rank and Summer Uniform (Lieutenants and Above) – 1960, July 25
+ General Order 60-21 – Change in Title of Uniform Division – 1960, August 30
+ General Order 61-16 – Change in Title of Central Complaint Room – 1961, February 22
+ General Order 61-19 – Activation of the 2nd Area – 1961, March 1
+ General Order 61-20 – Activation of the 3rd Area – 1961, March 16
+ General Order 61-22 – District Report Review Officers – 1961, March 17
+ General Order 61-23 – Activation of the 4th Area – 1961, March 29
+ General Order 61-24 – Procedures to be Followed in Using Form CPD AM 25.611 – Vehicle Order – 1961, April 1
+ General Order 61-29 – Activation of the 5th Area – 1961, April 17
+ General Order 61-30 – Activation of the 6th Area – 1961, April 17
+ General Order 61-32 – Service Bars – 1961, April 17
+ General Order 61-37 – Activation of the 1st Area – 1961, May 1
+ General Order 61-43 – Activation of a 6th Traffic Area – 1961, May 16
+ General Order 61-44 – Consolodation of the 20th District with that of the 17th District, 3rd Area – 1961, May 22
+ General Order 61-45 – Consolodation of the 22nd District with that of the 26th District, 4th Area – 1961, May 29
+ General Order 61-46 – Central Detention Section – 1961, June 1
+ General Order 61-47 – Consolodation of the 9th District with that of the 8th District, 2nd Area – 1961, June 5
+ General Order 61-48 – Consolodation of the 30th District with that of the 29th District, 5th Area – 1961, June 12
+ General Order 61-51 – Consolodation of the 31st District with that of the 32nd District, 5th Area – 1961, June 19
+ General Order 61-53 – Consolodation of the 18th District with that of the 19th District, 3rd Area – 1961, June 26
+ General Order 61-55 – Canine Patrol Section – 1961, July 1
+ General Order 61-57 – Task Force Organization and Operation – 1961, July 1
+ General Order 61-58 – Youth Division Organization and Operation – 1961, July 1
+ General Order 61-59 – Consolodation of the 7th District with that of the 10th District, 2nd Area – 1961, July 10
+ General Order 61-66 – Phonetic Alphabet – 1961, July 20
+ General Order 61-82 – Change in Rule 315 – Operating Department Vehicles – 1961, December 8
+ General Order 61-83 – District Consolidation and Re-Location of Traffic Area #1 – 1961, December 18
+ General Order 61-84 – District Re-Designation, District Boundary Re-Alignment, and Police Area Organization and Operation – 1961, December 18
+ General Order 61-85 – Revision of Patrol Beat Numbers and A Radio Call Identification System for District Vehicles – 1961, December 18
+ General Order 62-24 – Department Awards (Creditable Mentions) – 1962, May 1
+ General Order 63-1 – Citizens Award of Appreciation and Letters of Appreciation – 1963, January 3
+ General Order 63-7 – Service Bars and Stars – 1963, May 1
+ General Order 63-39 – Vehicle Emergency Equipment – 1963, December 9
+ General Order 63-40 – Insignia of Rank for Uniformed Members – 1963, December 5
+ General Order 64-1 – Operations Command and Assistant Deputy Superintendents for Field Services – 1964, January 1
+ General Order 64-18 – Cadets – 1964, March 24
+ General Order 64-26 – Phonetic Alphabet – 1964, June 2
+ General Order 64-30 – Organization and Function of the Youth Division – 1964, June 30
+ General Order 65-16 – Radio Communications – 1965, April 21
+ General Order 65-16A – Radio Communications – 1966, June 23
+ General Order 65-17 – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 1965, April 22
+ General Order 65-17A – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 1965, July 1
+ General Order 65-17B – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 1967, December 22
+ General Order 65-28 – Department Awards – 1965, October 15
+ General Order 67-20 – Department Awards – 1967, June 10
+ General Order 67-20A – Department Awards – 1971, July 21
+ General Order 67-20B – Department Awards – 1971, October 15
+ General Order 68-6 – Citizen’s Award of Appreciation and Letters of Appreciation – 1968, January 17
+ General Order 68-16 – Official Uniform and Equipment – 1968, October 22
+ General Order 69-11 – Cadets – 1969, March 21
+ General Order 69-11A – Cadets – 1969, March 21
+ General Order 69-15 – Oral Communications – 1969, April 24
+ General Order 70-1 – District Commanders – 1970, February 6
+ General Order 70-1A – District Commanders – 1971, August 5
+ General Order 70-2 – Functions and Responsibilities of the Deputy Chiefs of the Traffic Division – 1970, February 18
+ General Order 70-3 – Responsibilities of the Area and Unit Commanders of the Traffic Division – 1970, February 19
+ General Order 70-4 – District Watch Commanders – 1970, February 19
+ General Order 70-4A – District Watch Commanders – 1971, February 24
+ General Order 71-3 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Technical Services – 1971, February 12
+ General Order 71-4 – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 1971, February 26
+ General Order 71-4A – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 1974, September 23
+ General Order 71-5 – Evidence Technician Section – 1971, March 3
+ General Order 71-11 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Inspectional Services – 1971, May 31
+ General Order 72-8 – Department Awards – 1972, March 30
+ General Order 72-8A – Department Awards – 1972, October 5
+ General Order 72-10 – Program for Apprentice Patrolman – 1972, April 27
+ General Order 73-2 – Department Organization for Command – 1973, April 1
+ General Order 73-3 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Investigative Services – 1973, April 1
+ General Order 73-3A – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Investigative Services – 1976, February 15
+ General Order 73-4 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Administrative Services – 1973, April 1
+ General Order 73-4A – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Administrative Services – 1973, November 28
+ General Order 73-4B – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Administrative Services – 1974, March 14
+ General Order 73-4C – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Administrative Services – 1974, August 94
+ General Order 73-5 – Citizen’s Award of Appreciation and Letters of Appreciation – 1973, February 14
+ General Order 73-5 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Inspectional Services – 1973, April 1
+ General Order 73-6 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Operational Services – 1973, April 1
+ General Order 73-6A – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Operational Services – 1974, May 1
+ General Order 73-6B – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Operational Services – 1974, June 6
+ General Order 74-21 – Patrol Field Lieutenants – 1974, December 6
+ General Order 75-18 – Department Awards – 1975, September 4
+ General Order 75-18A – Department Awards – 1976, August 18
+ General Order 79-10 – Department Awards – 1979, May 18
+ General Order 79-10A – Department Awards – 1981, January 28
+ General Order 79-10B – Department Awards – 1982, March 9
+ General Order 79-18 – Official Insignia of Rank – 1979, November 8
+ General Order 81-21 Add. 2 – Uniforms – Citizen’s Dress and Equipment Specifications – 1981, November 1
+ General Order 88-1 – Department Awards – 1988, January 8
+ General Order 88-1 Add. 1 – Department Awards – 1988, January 8
+ General Order 88-1A – Department Awards – 1988, October 20
+ General Order 88-15 Add. 2 – Uniforms-Citizen’s Dress Requirements and Equipment Specifications – 1988, August 12
+ General Order 88-15 Add. 2A – Uniforms-Citizen’s Dress Requirements and Equipment Specifications – 1989, September 30
+ General Order 88-15 Add. 2B – Uniforms-Citizen’s Dress Requirements and Equipment Specifications – 1991, September 28
+ General Order 88-15 Add. 2B (Draft Copy) – Uniforms-Citizen’s Dress Requiremnets and Equipment Specifications – 1988
+ General Order 88-15 Add. 2C – Uniforms-Citizen’s Dress Requirements and Equipment Specifications – 1991, November 1
+ General Order 88-15 Add. 2D – Uniforms-Citizen’s Dress Requirements and Equipment Specifications – 1992, April 30
+ General Order 94-2 – Department Awards – 1994, July 27
+ General Order 94-2 Add. 1 – Department Awards – 1994, July 27
+ General Order 94-2 Add. 1A – Department Awards – 1995, April 8
+ General Order 94-2A – Department Awards – 1995, April 8
+ General Order 96-5 – Department Awards – 1996, October 2
+ General Order 96-5 Add. 1 – Description of Department Awards – 1996, October 2
+ General Order 98-3 – Department Organization for Command – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-3 Add. 1 – Organization and Functions of the Office of the Superintendent – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-3 Add. 2 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Operational Services – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-3 Add. 3 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Investigative Services – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-3 Add. 4 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Technical Services – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-3 Add. 5 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Staff Services – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-3 Add. 6 – Organization and Functions of the Bureau of Administrative Services – 1998, April 1
+ General Order 98-4 – Department Awards – 1998, May 5
+ General Order 98-4 Add. 1 – Description of Department Awards – 1998, May 5
+ General Order 98-4 Add. 1A – Description of Department Awards – 1999, July 8
+ General Order 98-4A – Department Awards – 1999, July 8
+ General Order 98-04B – Department Awards – 2001, December 4
+ General Order 98-10 Add. 2 – Personal Appearance, Uniform-Citizen’s Dress and Equipment Specifications – 1998, November 25
+ General Order 98-10 Add. 2C – Personal Appearance, Uniform-Citizen’s Dress and Equipment Specifications – 2002, July 1
+ General Order No. 26 – Directive to the Superintendent of Police – 1960, April 22
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2008, December 31
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2011, August 18
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2011, July 7
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2012, December 19
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2012, January 11
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2012, March 26
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2013, February 27
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2013, November 22
+ Special Order01-02 – Unit Designations – 2015, March 18
+ Special Order62-50 – Honored Police Stars – 1962, November 7
+ Special Order63-52 – Cadet Uniform Specifications, Seasonal Regulations & Inspections – 1963, September 30
+ Special Order68-8 – New Uniform Cap for Crossing Guards – 1968, January 22
+ Special Order76-01 – Patrol Specialists – 1976, January 1
+ Special Order78-6 – Awards and Letters of Appreciation, to Citizens – 1978, February 11
+ Special Order82-16 – Awards and Letters of Appreciation to Citizens, Security Officers and Criminal Justice Agencies – 1982, June 4
+ Special Order99-2 – Field Training and Evaluation Program – 1999, March 16
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9.1419 – Shield – Cap Insignia – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9.1419 – Shield – Cap Insignia (1907 Series Hat Shield) – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9.1420 – Patrol Specialist Insignia – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9.1422 – Star Insignia – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9.1422 – Star Insignia (1955 Series Star) – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9.1424 – Shield – Cap Insignia (Policewomen) – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 21.1409 – Unit Assignment Designator – Alternate – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 21.1409 – Unit Assignment Designator – Prescribed – 1985, March
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 2409N – Ribbon Bar – Military Service Award – 2010, April
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 2409P – Military Service Award – Civilian Pin – 2010, April
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 2409R – Ribbon Bar – Crime Reduction 2009 – 2010, February 23
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 8601.12 – Breast Patch – Police 911 Civilian Operator and Supervisor – 1996, June
+ Uniform & Equipment Specification 9112.13 – Police Aide Patches – 1996, February

FORMS & REPORTS
+ Chicago Police Department Cubicle Name Plate Template
+ Towed Vehicle Disposition – CPD-11.452

MAIN 13 MAGAZINE / POLICE “13-13” CHICAGO POLICE JOURNAL
+ Main 13 – Table of Contents and Index to Portraits and Pictures – 1921, May through 1923, March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1923, Volume II, No. 8 – April-May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1928, Volume III, No. 45 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1928, Volume III, No. 46 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1928, Volume III, No. 48 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1928, Volume III, No. 49 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1928, Volume III, No. 52 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1928, Volume III, No. 56 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 57 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 58 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 59 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 60 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 61 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 62 – June
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 63 – July
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 64 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 65 – September
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 66 – October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 67 – November
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1929, Volume IV, No. 68 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume IV, No. 69 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 70 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 71 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 72 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 73 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 74 – June
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 75 – July
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 76 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 77 – September
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 78 – October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 79 – November
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1930, Volume V, No. 80 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume V, No. 81 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 82 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 83 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 84 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 85 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 86 – June
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 87 – July
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 88 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 89 – September
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 90 – October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 91 – November
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1931, Volume VI, No. 92 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VII, No. 105 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 106 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 107 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 108 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 109 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 110 – June
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 111 – July
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 112 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 113 – September
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 114 – October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 115 – November
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1933, Volume VIII, No. 116 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 118 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 119 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 120 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 121 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 122 – June
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 123 – July
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 124 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 125 – September
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 126 – October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 127 – November
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume IX, No. 128 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1934, Volume VIII, No. 117 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume IX, No. 129 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 130 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 131 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 132 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 134 – June
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 135 – July
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 136 – August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 137 – September
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 138 – October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 139 – November
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1935, Volume X, No. 140 – December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XI, No. 153 – January
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 154 – February
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 155 – March
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 156 – April
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 157 – May
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 158 – July-August
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 159 – September-October
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1937, Volume XII, No. 160 – November-December
+ Police 13-13 Chicago Police Journal – 1938, Volume XII, No. 161 – January-February

NEWSPAPER & MAGAZINE ARTICLES
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1861, March 28 – Our New Police – The New Regime Inaugurated – Police Commissioners at Work
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1863, May 23 – Our Police Force – Their New Headquarters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1864, April 3 – Removal of Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1864, April 30 – The Police Commissioners
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1864, March 2 – West Market Hall
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1864, March 5 – Our Station House – Removal of the West Market
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1865, December 30 – Fire and Police Commissioners – A Protest – Resignations of Superintendent Turtle, and Detectives Kenny and Webb – Jacob Rehm Appointed Superintendent of Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1866, January 1 – City Statistics – History of Our Municipal Police Organization – The Precinct Force – Pinkerton’s Detective and Preventive Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1866, July 11 – Health, Fire and Police – Meeting of the Board of Commissioners – The Scavenger Difficulty – Quarterly Reports of the Police Superintendent and Secretary – The County Dead
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1867, December 12 – The Police Department of Chicago
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1867, June 7 – The Police Force
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1868, August 31 – A New Police Station – Proposals for the Second Precinct Headquarters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1868, November 30 – The West Side Police – Description of the New Second Precinct Headquarters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1869, March 2 – The New Police Station – Dedication of the Second Precinct Headquarters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1871, February 2 – Hyde Park – Proposed Organization of a Police Department
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1872, August 13 – Common Council – Hank Kauffman Elected Police Magistrate in the North Division – Elmer Washington Confirmed as Superintendent of Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1872, August 14 – The City in Brief – The New Police Superintendent
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1873, November 25 – Superintendent Washburn – His Resignation Handed to Mayor Bond Yesterday – Sudden Death of Chief’s Father – Buckley Probably Mr. Washburns’s Temporary Successor
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1875, August 18 – Police News – The New Division System
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1877, May 22 – Harbor Police Needed
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1881, February 11 – The City-Hall – The Police-Patrol System
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1881, February 12 – The City-Hall – The Pawnbrokers – The West Madison Street Sub-Station – West Side Streets
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1881, February 5 – Police Chnages – The New Sub-Station at the Corner of Western Avenue
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1881, June 5 – $25,050 Sale of the West Madison Street Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1881, November 20 – Police Matters – A New District on the South Side – Review Next Saturday
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1882, January 9 – The Police – Annual Meeting of the Benevolent Association
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1883, June 23 – Harbor Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1885, October 16 – Doyle Resigns – The Superintendent of Police Accepts the Superintendency of the New West Side Car Line
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1888, January 1 – City Police Reform
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1889, December 19 – New Seventh District Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1889, December 28 – To Assist the Injured – The Mayor Hears Plans for a City Ambulance Service
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1889, December 30 – Changes in the police – The Promised Reorganization of the Force Now at Hand
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1889, December 30 – On the New York Plan – That is How Marsh Advised the Mayor to Run the Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1890, February 16 – New Police Quarters Opened
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1890, January 1 – Yields to the Order – Cregier Announces That Gambling Must Be Suppresed
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1890, January 10 – Police Reorganization – Superintendent Marsh Outlines Some of the Coming Changes
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1890, January 21 – Marsh Makes A Move – Cregier’s New Chief of Police Reorganizes the Department
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1890, January 3 – Will Fight the Tiger – The New Police Superintendent Menas to Be Chief in Fact
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1890, May 17 – Officer Frank Rusk Dies from Effects of Bullet Wound
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, August 12 – Aldrich Back on the Force – Appointed Desk Sergeant at Woodlawn – Other Police Department Matters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, August 22 – Changes in the Police Force – Chief McClaughtry Discharges and Fines a Number of Officers – What A Police Matron Should be
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, August 23 – Precinct Boundaries Changed – Policemen for the Fair Grounds – A Police Veterinary Surgeon
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, August 5 – Arranging for the New Station – Changes Made by Chief McClaughtry to Provide for its Establishment
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, December 7 – Inspector Marsh is Chief Inspector – Superintendent McClaughry Creates New Office and Defines its Duties
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, January 27 – There is No Such Office – Captain Brennan Given A Position Without Warrant of Law
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, July 1 – Higher Standard for Patrolmen – The Requirement of Intelligence Which Will Be Exacted
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, July 13 – Changes in the Detective Bureau – Many Old Men Reduced to the Ranks – Several Appointments – Worlds Fair Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, May 19 – McClaughtry in Charge – The New Chief of Police Takes the Oath of Office
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, November 3 – Police Department Changes – Announcement of New Members and Boundaries of Districts and Precincts
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, October 23 – Superintendent McClaughry Issues an Order – First Division Headquarters Changed, Promotions and Transfers
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1891, September 27 – More River and Harbor Police – Measures to Be Taken to Prevent the Frequent Blockades
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1892, April 10 – Police Station Improvement – Changes it is Proposed to Make at East Chicago Avenue
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1892, February 24 – Police Station Plans
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1892, January 5 – New Police Stations to be Built
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1893, February 4 – Model of its Kind – Hyde Park Police Station for World’s Fair Service
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1894, January 7 – To Reduce the Force – Superintendent Brennan Would Abolish Detective Sergeants
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1895, April 7 – Chief Quits His Job – Brennan No Longer Head of the Police Department
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1895, June 1 – Last Edition – Stirs Up the Police – Chief Badenoch’s Reform Order is Put Into Effect
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1895, May 8 – Last Edition – Ax Falls at Last – Police Order Decapitating 500 Patrolmen Issued
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1897, June 20 – Kipley Tears Up Police Department – Superintendent Issues General Orders Which Make a Total of 167 Changes in the Force
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1897, October 27 – Fall of Kipley’s Ax – General Order No. 32 Lops Police Heads by Scores
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, December 25 – New Device in Police Telegraphy – Chicagoan Perfects A New System That Possesses Many Advantages
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, February 28 – Ghost Visits a Station – Policemen at Grand Crossing See An Apparition
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, June 27 – Death of a Police Matron – Fall From A Step at the East Chicago Avenue Police Station Results Fatally for Mrs. Jennie Todd
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, March 13 – Strips Off Stars – Kipley Removes Patrolmen Not Under Civil Service
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, March 15 – Lose Stars and Find Them – Nearly 2,000 Policeman Discharged and Then Sworn In Under Civil Service Law
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, March 22 – Big Shift in Police – Nearly All Member Now Under Civil Service Rules
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, May 1 – Policemen in New Quarters – Officers and Men of the Cottage Grove Avenue Precinct Occupy Their Rebuilt Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, October 2 – Will Chicago’s Itinerant City Hall Be Moved Once More?
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, October 20 – John Bonfield’s Life is Ended
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1898, October 30 – New Police Stations Ready
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1902, January 7 – Site for Police Station – Harrison Street Yields to Harmon Court
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1902, March 30 – Bridewell Cells May Be Emptied – Over 1,200 Might Be Set Free Because Police Court Law is Held Broken
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1905, July 25 – O’Neill A Farmer; Collins as Chief – Superintendent of Police Resigns and Mayor Calls Special Meeting of the City Council
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1906, March 10 – Big Sums Voted for More Police – Council Committee Provides 1,200 New Patrolmen, Eight Stations, and Salary Raises
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1907, April 22 – Open New Station Wednesday – Modern Police Quarters at Grace and Robey Streets Soon Ready for Occupancy
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1907, April 23 – Chicago’s New Model Police Station Which Will Be Opened Tomarrow
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1907, December 27 – New Police Post For New Captain – District Created for William J. Plunkett on Eve of Examinations
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1907, May 5 – The Haunted Police Stations of Chicago
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, August 3 – Nice Games to Open Station – Lieutenant Mooney Plans Housewarming for Kensington Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, February 5 – Shippy Explains Needs of Police – Wants New Central Station and Two More Inspectors in Downtown District
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, January 5 – Police Without Their Stars – Downtown Men Deprived of Their Insignia for A Day While Numbers Are Changed
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, July 16 – Plan More Mounted Police – Mayor Busse Takes Steps to Detail Six Men to Each Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, July 3 – Fine New Police Station Inspected by Five Thousand – Mayor and Chief Shippy Deliver Addresses at Houswarming in the Thirty-fifth Precinct
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, September 28 – Police to Have Pink Tea – Opening of Station Will be a Ladylike Affair – No Orgys, Boxing, or ‘Stews’
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1908, September 30 – Police Models of decorum at Opening of New Station – Cigars the Strongest Refreshment When Fillmore Street Quarters Are Dedicated in Presence of Women
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1909, December 21 – Receive Budget and Start Fight – Aldermen, Seeing Their Power Reduced, Protest at the Itemized Ward Appropriations
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, April 1 – Chief Will Prey on Pirates Bold – Plans Organization of Motor Fleet to Patrol Rivers and Lake Front
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, December 16 – Police Hero Dies Seeking Aid – Thomas Sharkey Expires in A Physician’s Office
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, February 22 – Police Will Patrol Harbor – Aquatic Squad to Run Out Old Time Bumboats
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, January 10 – Life in Lockup to Be Rosy – New Central Station Will Have Novel Roof Garden
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, January 2 – Chicago’s Tallest Policeman is a Giant of 6 Feet, 8 Inches; Her Shortest Fireman is Only 5 Feet, 4 Inches
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, January 2 – Police to Find Reform at Hand – Chief Proceeds Quietly with Plan to Force Changes in His Department
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, January 26 – Chief’s Shakeup Stirs the Police – Steward Transfers Seven Captains, Eight Sergeants, and Ten Patrolmen in Day – New District Centers
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, January 27 – Pries Out Healy; Shifts Nick Hunt – Chief Transfers Inspectors After Civic Sleuths File Charges of Laxity Against Former
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, July 10 – Told Police Station to Go – Early Demolition of Harrison Street Structure Insures Erection of Big Plant
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, November 23 – City’s Police Department Shows Steady Improvement
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, October 12 – New Police Join a Primary Class – Steward in First Lecture at School for Patrolmen Urges the Use of Brains
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, October 16 – After All, the Best Police School is Experience, Says Ex-Chief O’Neill
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, September 12 – Fix Curriculum of Police School – Recruits Must Study Laws, Drill, and Practice with Revolver Four Weeks
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1910, September 3 – Designs School to Teach Police – Chief Steward Outlines Plan for Education of Recruits to the Chicago Police Department
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, April 18 – Colonel Steward Quits as Chief – Turns Over Keys and Work of Department to Assistant Superintendent Pending New Appointment
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, April 28 – Paulist Fathers Halt Moving of Harrison Street Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, December 21 – Aldermen Abolish Police Inspector; 5 More Captains
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, December 22 – Commission’s Report on Chicago Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, January 13 – City to Employ Blackhand Squad
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, January 18 – Old Police Station May Go – Fate of Harrison Street Hangs in the Balance
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, July 14 – Harrison Police Station Closes
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1911, July 19 – John P. Reed Chosen Head of Chicago Police Operators
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, December 31 – Police Ordinance Passed by City Council with Few Changes
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, January 23 – New Police Map Ends Inspectors; 24 Captains Rule
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, November 14 – Chief Fears Military Rule – McWeeny Afraid Aldermen Will Convert Force Into Army
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, November 20 – Demands Police Secret Service – Council Committe in Report Urges Card Index System to Trace Criminals
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, November 21 – Police Reorganization
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, October 18 – Negro A Police Lieutenant – Sergeant W. F. Childs Promoted to Position Helds by Burns
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, October 19 – Sergeant William Childs Appointed Lieutenant On Police Force
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1912, October 26, Lieutenant of Police Childs
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1913, December 12 – Niesen Resigns as Park Chief – Conflicting Explanations Are Given After One Day of Suppression – Incompetency Charged
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1913, October 24 – McWeeny Quits After Rebuke by Harrison – Police Chief Walks Out of Office in Huff, Following Tilt – Wake Up, Mayor Said – Schuettler, Funkhouser, Lavin, and Meagher Mentioned as Possible Successors
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1914, November 5 – Police Abandon Station; Absorb District
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1916, December 12 – Healey Quits; Mantle to Schuettler? – Chief to Return as Traffic Captain – Successor is in Doubt
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1917, December 14 – Aldermen Open Police Station Investigation – Visit 6 Stations in Study of Reorganization Plans
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1917, December 30 – The Friend of the People – Awaiting Council Decision
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1917, June 14 – Consolodates 2 Police Stations; Abandons Lake
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1917, June 17 – Marquette – That’s the Name Chief Schuettler Has Selected from the Tribune List for New Police Station at 2259 South Robey Street
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1917, June 23 – Mayor Sends 50 Police to Hold School Offices – When Loeb’s Strategy Fails He Buys the Cigars
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1917, June 24 – 79 Cops on Duty in Loeb-Davis Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, August 23 – Chief of Police Herman F. Schuettler Taken by Death
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, December 11 – Mayor Refuses to Intervene in Moving Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, January 19 – Chief Closes 12 Police Stations and Shifts Men – Order for Retrenchment Means Shakeup in Department
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, January 21 – Close Stations Where History Has Been Made – Police Tell of Old Times as Final Roll Call Comes
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, January 26 – Stanton Avenue Police Station Closed – Drastic Order Leaves 2nd Ward Citizens Unprotected
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, January 3 – Abolishing Police Stations
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, May 11 – Ask Stanton Avenue Police Station be Reopened
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1918, November 26 – Chief Garrity Pledges Rule of Single Boss
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1922, February 4 – Fixing Up the Lake Front – New Boulevard Plan
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1923, April 17 – Morgan Collins Chief of Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1923, February 21 – Police Need of Loop Skyscraper is Shown Anew – Build On Jones School Site, Chief Urges
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1923, November 17 – Police to Have New Home – Cost to be $1,000,000
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1923, November 20 – Alcohol Blast Kills Policeman – 6 Barrels Explode; Wreck Warren Avenue Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1923, November 20 – Alcohol Explosion in Police Station Kills Lockup Keeper – Governor Walton Removed from Office
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1924, February 15 – Squelch Arvey’s Move to Abolish Police Captains
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1924, February 8 – Austin J. Doyle, Former Chief of Police, Dies
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1924, June 17 – Mounted Police Lacking Stable, May Disband
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1924, May 28 – Council Grants Plea for New Police Building
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1924, November 20 – Chief Hughes, Angry, Quits – But Cools Off and May Seek Return of Star – Politics Got Me, Says Detective Head
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1925, August 1 – Chief’s ‘Dream’ to Be Realized in New Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1925, August 20 – 66 Flivvers Are Added to Police Patrol Service – Roadsters Will Keep Men on Move
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1925, July 3 – Police Move to Former Site of Notorious Cafe
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1925, May 5 – Retell Haymarket Riot
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1926, January 15 – Collins to Make Stege Assistant Detective Chief – Erection of 5 New Police Stations Recomended
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1927, October 30 – Central Police Station in New Quarters Tommarrow
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1927, October 9 – Jackson Hall, Doomed, Recalls Early Chicago – Built by Long John, It Now Houses Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1928, August 5 – New Jails Here to Be Without Window Bars
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1928, January 5 – Chief Divides City Into Five Police Areas
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1928, July 21 – Fitzmorris Quits Thompson Resigns Job as Controller in City Hall-1
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1928, July 26 – Hughes Out; Russell Chief – Latest Shakeup Gives City New Head of Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1928, September 15 – Extras in New Police Station Cost $500,000
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1929, April 14 – More Room to be Provided Police of Albany Park – Room Next to Present Station Leased
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1929, April 4 – Ex-Chief Hughes, On Police Force 35 Years, Quits
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1929, August 20 – Mrs. Guinan, 54, Police Matron, Dies Suddenly
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1929, February 13 – Construction Company Quits Work on Police Building – City Behind in Payments, Officials Charge
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1929, June 4 – Police Need Own Radio Equipment, Councilmen Told – Committe Indicates it’s for Russell Plan
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1929, March 29 – Radio Station is Sought for Chicago Police – Crime Commission Urges Sets in 240 Cars
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1930, January 12 – Complete Plan to Reorganize Chicago Police
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1931, July 7 – Cermack Moves to Cut Roll of Police Captains
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1931, June 14 – Year Old Police Radio is Husky Crime Battler
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1932, July 31 – New Setup of Police Force
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1932, July 31 – Police System Reorganized; Pick 8 Chiefs
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1932, May 25 – Aldermen Put 9 Inspectors in Police Budget
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1934, June 18 – Old Central Police Station Now Deserted
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1934, September 9 – Plans to Unify Park and City Police Forces
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1935, December 15 – Michael Hughes, Ex-Police Chief, Quits the Force – Captain’s Resignation Ends 39 Years Service
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1935, June 2 – Demonstrate New Ambulance Squad Car – One in Each Region
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1935, November 1 – Captain Sammis Resigns Lincoln Park Police Command on Tuesday
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1936, October 31 – Albany Park Police Move Into New Headquarters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1938, May 1 – Each Police District Now Has Squad Car Ambulance
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1938, November 2 – Lieutenant James B. Kerr Named Park Police Chief; Hayes Quits
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1948, January 25 – Police Hoping for New West Side Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1949, April 3 – Prendergast Hopes to Shift Ambulance Aid
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1949, October 16 – New $300,000 Police Station Ready to Open – Old Desplaines Street Unit to Be Abandoned
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1949, October 21 – Police Lock Up Oldest Station and its Ghosts – Desplaines Outlives its 19th Century Heroes
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1950, July 13 – Razing Old Desplaines Police Station is Started
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1950, July 28 – Ponder Special CTA Police to Curb Holdups
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1950, November 15 – Tim O’Connor Heads Police – Prendergast Resigns After 5 Years on Job
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1951, May 17 – The Old Market May Get a New Police Station – Maxwell Street Project Up to Voters June 4
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1952, April 1 – 216 Policemen Moved as New Station Opens
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1952, June 10 – O’Connor Opens Radio Circuit to Police Units
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1952, March 27 – New South Side Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1952, March 29 – M’Cann to Command Policemen at New Prairie Avenue Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1952, March 30 – 185 Police Face Moves Because of New Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1953, December 29 – Urge Merger of Park, City Police Forces
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1953, February 10 – Plan Bid for Police Use of Hale School Building
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1953, February 5 – Offer Old Hale School for City Police Academy – Building Available on Rent or Lease Basis
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1953, January 15 – Scan 2 Schools as Sites for Police Academy
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1954, July 11 – New Station is Gloom Buster for Tired Cops
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1954, July 21 – Seek Jewish Institute for Police School
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, April 12 – Space for Use by Chicago Avenue Police is Asked
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, January 27 – Old and Defective Bullets Found in Murpy’s Gun
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, June 26 – Police Plan to Mechanize Northwest District – Jefferson park to Be First in City
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, June 9 – Police Traffic Command to be Decentralized – Better Enforcement Aim of Move
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, Mar 14 – O’Connor Asks Uniforms for Policewomen – Most of 81 Protest, but Their Boss OK’s Idea
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, May 21 – A Dead Horse Alters Police District Lines
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, October 1 – Oldest Police Building Gives Up Ghost at Last
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1956, September 23 – Chicago Avenue Station to Get New Quarters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, August 1 – Shelve Plan to Move City Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, December 28 – Land for Fire, Police School Wins Approval
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, July 2 – Install Flower Boxes at Main Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, July 7 – Few Problems Expected in Police Merger
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, Jun 10 – ‘Rat’s Nest’ Police Building Set Afire by Vagrants
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, May 26 – Weber Wants New Damen Avenue Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1957, October 29 – May Build New Police Station on West Chicago
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, August 10 – East Chicago Avenue Police Station to Rise Again – Two Districts to Get New Building
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, August 16 – Tell How New Police Agency Will Operate – Hush Hush Unit Will War on Gangs
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, December 17 – Sketch of New Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, December 19 – Propose Police Fire Station Site Purchase
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, December 30 – Assign Park Police to top Posts in City
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, March 5 – Mayor Will Unveil Model of Police, Fire School Today
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1958, September 25 – 4 Park Police Lieutenants in City Stations
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1959, January 30 – Racine Avenue Police Go into Temporary Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1959, October 11 – A Police Desk Sergeant’s Day is 8 Hours of Other People’s Trouble – Serves as Nerve Center for the Force
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, August 5 – Rookie Police School Term Cut 3 Weeks
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, June 17 – Wilson Receives Police Books for Academy
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, March 16 – Wilson Eyeing Old Stations of Park Police – Being Considered for Intelligence Unit
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, March 20 – Plan to Overhaul City’s Police Radio Hailed – Job of Renewal Long Overdue, Say Experts
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, March 9 – Wilson to Enlarge Headquarters – Plans to Spend a Million
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, October 11 – Police Radio Improvement Slow, Wilson – 2 New Channels Open Next Month
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, September 2 – 25 Rookies Will Begin Police Training Monday
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1960, September 6 – 1st ‘New Era’ Rookie Police Begin Training
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, April 1 – Wilson Places 600 Policemen on New Posts
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, April 15 – Wilson Moves 827 Policemen to New Duties
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, April 25 – 6th Detective Station Will Open on May 1
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, April 30 – New City Detective System to Begin Today – Critics Ready
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, December 11 – Wilson Tells of Plans for Deputy Aids
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, December 16 – Lieutenants to Get 5 Top Police Posts – Captains to Serve Under Them
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, December 17 – 21 District Police Heads, 15 Aids Named – Wilson Completes Reorganization
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, February 23 – New Detective Setup Bared; Force Doubled – 1,213 Men to Operate in 6 Areas
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, January 1 – Hundreds in Police Shake-Up! Many men Transfered in New Shift
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, January 2 – How New Police Top Command Lines Up
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, July 1 – Police Force Changes Take Effect Today – 5 Man Board to Rule on Discipline Cases
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, July 10 – Old Woodlawn Police Station is Eliminated
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, Jun 27 – Wilson Agrees Harbor Patrol is 24 Hour Job
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 1 – Two Police Districts on South Side Merged
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 10 – Police Test New Radio Setup
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 11 – ‘Night Owls’ Watch Police Move Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 11 – Police Change Lockup Menu Dating to 183, Will Serve Hot Soup from Trays
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 13 – West North Avenue Police Merge with Racine
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 15 – Wilson Admits He Didn’t Case the Joint Properly
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 20 – Cops to Pound Beats and Not Typewriters
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 25 – Canine Police Perform for Their Bosses
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 27 – Police Task Force is to Be Expanded
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 27 – Wilson Agrees Harbor Patrol is 24 Hour Job
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 27 – Wilson Slams Door on a 9th Police Station
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, June 3 – 4 More Police Districts Will Merge This Month
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, March 14 – Detective Unit Chiefs Named in New Plan
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, May 23 – 2 More Police Districts Will Merge Monday
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, May 7 – Wilson’s New Police Setup Not Perfect – Here Are the Major Difficulties
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, November 10 – Wilson Gives Views on ‘New Police Look’ – Reveals Results of 20 Months of Changes
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, November 15 – Plan Review of New Police Message Unit
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, November 2 – Office Taking Police Calls Opens November 21
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, November 22 – Six Police Stations to Be Closed December 18
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, November 5 – Object to Merger of Stations
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, November 9 – The Detective Force; How it Was Changed – New System Adopted by Superintendent Wilson
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1961, October 14 – Mayor Favors Cadet Unit in Police Force
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, December 15 – Superintendent Wilson Outlines Police Cadet Program
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, December 29 – Wilson Places 4 Captains in Each District – Transfers 10, Assigns 31 New Commanders
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, December 30 – Police Cadet Training Set Back to June
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, January 21 – Police Cadet Program to be Started Here
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, March 2 – Seek First 50 Police Cadets This Summer – Youths to Get Test; Starting Pay $4,074
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, May 24 – Wilson Asks for 21 More Captains in ’63
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, October 18 – Trafficopter Cop Provides New Service
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, September 23 – Laud New Police Call System – Complaints Now Channeled to Proper Units
+ Chicago Daily Tribune – 1962, September 27 – 21 New Police Captains to be Named in ’63
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, April 12 – Police Cadet Applications Due Tomarrow
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, April 12 – Wilson Tells Shift of Four Police Areas – Urban Renewal Forces Moves
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, April 13 – 175 Young Men Apply to be Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, April 19 – Tomorrow is Deadline for Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, April 21 – Police Cadet Applications Now Total 613
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, April 3 – Police Cadet Plan Lauded by Educators – Provides School, Job Future
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, August 10 – Police Cadets Meet Wilson, Top Officers
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, August 13 – Begin Recruit Plan for Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, August 8 – Cadet Corps Learns Facts of Police Life – Young Men Find Badges, Books Go Together
+ Chicago Tribune – 1963, December 29 – Police Cadets Learn Career While ‘Aging’ – 56 Youths Serving Under Program
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, April 4 – Police Cadet Hopefuls to Take Tests Today
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, June 28 – 19 South Side Cadets to Join Police Force – O. W. Wilson to Make Appointments
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, June 28 – 22 to Begin Police Duty Wednesday
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, June 28 – 51 Southwest Siders New Police Cadets – O. W. Wilson to Make Appointments
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, June 28 – 6 to Become Police Cadets on Wednesday
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, June 28 – North Siders Among New Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1964, March 15 – 500 Take Examination for Police Cadet Posts
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, December 20 – Begin Recruit Plan for Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, January 12 – Police Cadet Aspirants Must File by January 30
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, January 27 – Police Cadet Deadline Near
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, January 28 – Applications Available for Future Policemen
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, January 28 – Potential Police Cadets Need Apply This Week
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, July 6 – 68 Youth Go in Training as Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1965, September 13 – Health Board Moving from Hubbard Street – Historic Old Building May Be Razed
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, April 10 – Special Breed of Cop Patrols Expressways
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, April 20 – Wilson Tells Plans to Use Bond Money
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, December 10 – Police to Get $800 Portable 2-Way Radios
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, December 28 – Police to Give a New Medal to Casualties
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, July 24 – Ex-Cadet Cops Get New View of Street Job
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, March 31 – Police Cadet Program Changed
+ Chicago Tribune – 1966, March 31 – Police Cadets to Hit Books and Crooks Under New Policy
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, April 2 – Police Service Plan Begins in Englewood
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, April 2 – Service Program for Communities Uses Police Cadets
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, December 6 – Conlisk Warns on Corruption – Forms ‘Aggressive’ Unit to Check Cops – New I.I.D. Told, Search Out All Wrongdoing
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, March 10 – Police Cadet is Wounded in Austin Station
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, May 20 – Superintendent Wilson Thanks Force in Farwell
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, May 28 – Police Testing Helicopter to Patrol City
+ Chicago Tribune – 1967, October 21 – New Radios Bolster CTA Police Patrol
+ Chicago Tribune – 1968, July 14 – City Police to Fly ‘Beats’ to Cut Crime, Perform Rescues
+ Chicago Tribune – 1968, July 14 – City Police to Fly ‘Beats’ to Cut Crime
+ Chicago Tribune – 1969, August 26 – CTA Police End Patrols on ‘L’ in Suburbs
+ Chicago Tribune – 1969, January 19 – Youths Sought for Police Explorer Post Plan
+ Chicago Tribune – 1969, June 8 – CHA Pauses to Weigh Value of Security Unit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1970, July 13 – New Police Radios Get Cool Reception
+ Chicago Tribune – 1970, March 17 – Police Open Headquarters on South Side
+ Chicago Tribune – 1970, May 23 – Blushing Police Cadet Meets a Real Crisis
+ Chicago Tribune – 1970, October 28 – End Urged for Police Ambulances
+ Chicago Tribune – 1970, September 4 – Police to Open First Heliport on South Side
+ Chicago Tribune – 1970, September 5 – Open Police Heliport – Police Helicopter Making First Landing at New Heliport Center
+ Chicago Tribune – 1971, August 11 – WGN Copter Crash; 2 Die – Irv Hayden, Pilot Killed in Bellwood
+ Chicago Tribune – 1971, August 23 – Cadets to Ease Police Work Load
+ Chicago Tribune – 1971, August 29 – Patrolmen Denounce Plan to Put Cadets on Street
+ Chicago Tribune – 1971, June 20 – Portable, Police Radios – Instant Communication
+ Chicago Tribune – 1971, June 3 – Police Academy Hunt Nears Finish
+ Chicago Tribune – 1971, November 25 – Police Radios Go Mobile
+ Chicago Tribune – 1972, July 23 – Police Cadet Program
+ Chicago Tribune – 1972, November 15 – New Police Unit to Hunt Bad Cops
+ Chicago Tribune – 1973, December 2 – Johnson Urges New Police Probe Unit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1973, October 11 – Superintendent Conlisk Quits
+ Chicago Tribune – 1974, December 31 – 200 Cop Cadets Start Drills Monday
+ Chicago Tribune – 1974, January 10 – 6 City Cops Finalists for Top Job
+ Chicago Tribune – 1974, July 4 – New Police Unit Begins its First Probe
+ Chicago Tribune – 1975, February 13 – New Elite Police Squad Out Hunting Terrorists
+ Chicago Tribune – 1975, March 20 – Police Explorer Scouts Assist in Friendly Way
+ Chicago Tribune – 1976, February 19 – The Making of A Police Officer, 1976
+ Chicago Tribune – 1976, July 1 – Maxwell Street Station Ages Gracefully
+ Chicago Tribune – 1977, July 15 – Bilandic Picks Five for Police Spy Review Unit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1977, March 15 – From Court-Ordered List – 184 Police Cadets Graduate
+ Chicago Tribune – 1977, November 14 – Younger Men in Line for Top Police Posts
+ Chicago Tribune – 1977, October 12 – Rochford Resigns
+ Chicago Tribune – 1978, March 23 – 3 Finalists Named for Top Police Post
+ Chicago Tribune – 1979, April 19 – Top Cop O’Grady Resigns – Nolan Will Direct Police Temporarily
+ Chicago Tribune – 1979, April 23 – Perspective – O’Grady Resigns with Head High
+ Chicago Tribune – 1979, August 26 – DiLeonardi Plans New Narcotics Unit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1980, January 12 – Brzeczek Appointed as Top Cop – Brzeczek Named New Police Chief
+ Chicago Tribune – 1980, July 16 – Elite Police Unit Patrols Watery Beat
+ Chicago Tribune – 1980, May 31 – Conlisk Quits; Will Work for Slot Machine Firm
+ Chicago Tribune – 1981, December 9 – Head of New Police District Named
+ Chicago Tribune – 1981, June 9 – Police HQ to Be Named for Riordan
+ Chicago Tribune – 1981, November 26 – $14 Million Facility More Than Just A Police Station
+ Chicago Tribune – 1981, October 16 – Police Will Get New Unit to Fight Gangs
+ Chicago Tribune – 1981, October 21 – New Task for City Police – Patrols in Public Housing
+ Chicago Tribune – 1981, October 4 – Brzeczek Blasts CTA Security Force
+ Chicago Tribune – 1982, August 30 – Cops Call New $15.7 Million Station Unfit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1982, May 6 – Police Marine Unit Adds Two New Boats
+ Chicago Tribune – 1982, October 21 – City-Suburbs – Buildings Named for Slain Cops
+ Chicago Tribune – 1983, April 6 – Police and Mayor’s Race – Brzeczek Quits; Move Seen as Boost for Epton
+ Chicago Tribune – 1983, August 23 – Rice Seen As Mayor’s Choice for Top Cop
+ Chicago Tribune – 1983, February 25 – Brzeczek Won’t Stay to be Fired – ‘I Won’t Work A Day’ for Harold Washington
+ Chicago Tribune – 1983, November 12 – New Police Station ‘Good Neighbor’ by Design
+ Chicago Tribune – 1984, December 19 – Police – Mounted Police Are Workhorses
+ Chicago Tribune – 1984, October 2 – J. B. Conlisk, Superintendent of Police During Stormy ’60s
+ Chicago Tribune – 1985, July 31 – Police Marine Beat Not Just a Place to Cool Heels – Police Marine Duty No Picnic
+ Chicago Tribune – 1985, March 4 – Mayor to Dedicate New Police Station
+ Chicago Tribune – 1986, August 17 – Voice of the People – Bring Back Police Cadet Program
+ Chicago Tribune – 1986, December 4 – Police Unit for CTA Nearly Ready to Ride
+ Chicago Tribune – 1986, July 2 – New CTA Cop Unit Gears for Fall Start
+ Chicago Tribune – 1987, April 16 – New Police Patrols of CTA Buses Bring 243 Arrests
+ Chicago Tribune – 1987, March 29 – Bill Granger – A Proposal for Fewer Police Stations Brings to Mind An Even Better Idea
+ Chicago Tribune – 1987, November 1 – Mayor Chooses New Police Boss – Martin is A Surprise Choice
+ Chicago Tribune – 1988, July 27 – Martin May Back CTA Police Force
+ Chicago Tribune – 1988, May 4 – CTA Urged to Get Own Police
+ Chicago Tribune – 1989, January 31 – Drop the Police Band? – Surely, That’s A Crime
+ Chicago Tribune – 1990, March 23 – City Police ‘Rap Sheets’ Outdated
+ Chicago Tribune – 1991, April 15 – New Police Unit Tries to Make Schools Safer
+ Chicago Tribune – 1991, December 23 – Choose Police Boss and Role Carefully
+ Chicago Tribune – 1991, June 13 – Police to Get New Crime Lab
+ Chicago Tribune – 1991, March 26 – John T. Duggan, Started Police Helicopter Unit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1992, August 18 – 7 Police Districts Facing Last Roll Call
+ Chicago Tribune – 1992, August 26 – Cop Station Losses May Turn to Gains
+ Chicago Tribune – 1992, January 13 – Plan for Old Post Office A Cops, Rehabbers Story
+ Chicago Tribune – 1992, July 23 – Police Revamp Would Put More Cops On Beat
+ Chicago Tribune – 1992, July 24 – Area 3 Station is Perfectly Cast
+ Chicago Tribune – 1993, April 7 – Conservation Police Take Over City’s Duties in Patrolling Lakefront
+ Chicago Tribune – 1993, April 7 – New Patrols of Lakefront Begin – Conservation Police Take Over for City’s Marine Unit
+ Chicago Tribune – 1993, December 23 – Daley Plans New Police Headquarters
+ Chicago Tribune – 1993, December 23 – Main City Police Station to Leave 11th and State
+ Chicago Tribune – 1993, January 20 – Police Cadet Turning His Dream of Being A Cop Into Reality
+ Chicago Tribune – 1993, January 22 – Police Drop Plan to Close 7 Stations
+ Chicago Tribune – 1994, July 20 – New Police Headquarters Gets Timetable
+ Daily Defender – 1961, August 17 – City to Seek Cops from Outside of City
+ Newspaper Article – 1927, October 6 – Ready to Wreck Detective Bureau
+ The Broad Ax – 1917, July 14 – Honorable Herman F. Schuettler
+ The Chicago Eagle – 1900, December 22 – Four of the Finest

OTHER DOCUMENTS
+ AMC – 202451 Reorganization of District Supervisory Duties – 2011, December 27
+ AMC – 202679 Mobile Field Force (MFF) Team – 2012, January 18
+ AMC – 203169 Bureau of Detectives – Area Consolidation – 2012, March 2
+ AMFN – 98-002943 Crime Laboratory Division is Re-Named Forensic Serivces Division – 1998, October 1
+ AMFN – 993152 Chicago Housing Authority Police Department
+ AMFN – 993153 Chicago Housing Authority Police Department
+ Chicago Police Department Fallen Officer List – 1959
+ Position & Salary Schedule Chicago Police Department – Sworn & Civilian – 2012, January 1

PAX 501
+ PAX 501 – 2017, Volume 17, No. 10 – Department Overtime
+ PAX 501 – 2017, Volume 17, No. 11 – A Message from First Deputy Superintendent Navarro About the Revised Use of Force Policy
+ PAX 501 – 2017, Volume 17, No. 12 – Command Changes
+ PAX 501 – 2017, Volume 17, No. 13 – A Message from Superintendent Johnson Regarding Upcoming FTO Exam
+ PAX 501 – 2017, Volume 17, No. 14 – A Message from Superintendent Johnson Regarding Upcoming Promotional Classes

PROMOTIONAL DOCUMENTS
+ Chicago Police Department – 1997 Sergeants’ Exam – Candidate Preparation Guide for the Written Qualifying Test
+ Chicago Police Department – 2005 Detectives’ Exam – Candidate Preparation Guide for the Written Qualifying Test
= Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Detective – 2005
+ Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Detective – 2012, October 5
+ Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Detective – 2016, September 30
+ Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Lieutenant – 2017, September 14
+ Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Sergeant – 2012, April 12
+ Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Sergeant – 2015, May 29
+ Chicago Police Department – Merit Nomination for Sergeant – 2016, November 10
+ Chicago Police Department – Training and Instruction Guide for the Merit Process – Nominator’s Manual for Detective – 2005, July
+ Chicago Police Department – Training and Instruction Guide for the Merit Process – Nominator’s Manual for Sergeant and Lieutenant – 2005, March

PUBLICATIONS
+ A Forward Look in Police Education – 1959
+ Centennial History of the City of Chicago Its Men and Institutions – 1905
+ Chicago – Its History and Its Builders A Century of Marvelous Growth – 1912
+ Chicago Police Department Crime Laboratory – c1980’s
+ Commission on Chicago Landmarks – Landmark Designation Report – 42nd Precinct – Town Hall Police Station – 2013, June 6
+ Commission on Chicago Landmarks – Landmark Designation Report – Fulton-Randolph Market District – 2015, May 13
+ Laws and Ordinances Governing the City of Chicago – 1866
+ The Chicago Park District – History, Background, Organization – 1936, May
+ Together We Can – A Strategic Plan for Reinventing the “Chicago Police Department – 1993, October

TRAINING BULLETINS
+ Education & Training Bulletin – ETB 12-03 – Personal Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) Devices – 2017, October
+ Education & Training Bulletin – ETB 16-01 – Force Mitigation – 2017, October
+ Education & Training Bulletin – ETB 17-04 – Expandable Baton – 2017, October
+ Education & Training Bulletin – ETB 17-05 – Taser Conducted Electrical Weapon (CEW) – 2017, October
+ Education & Training Bulletin – ETB 17-06 – Temporary Detention Rooms – 2017, October
+ Education & Training Bulletin – ETB 17-08 – Traffic Direction and Control – 2017, November

UNION PUBLICATIONS
+ Chevrons Newsletter – 2017, Volume 58, No. 4 – October
+ Chevrons Newsletter – 2018, Volume 59, No. 1 – January
 

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