Retirees/Annuitants are reminded to vote for their representative. Ballots must be submitted through October 25th. Please click on the link for more detailed information.
LawDog Security & Investigations, Inc. is looking for Active and/or Retired Police Officers from both the City and Suburbs to work in all types of settings from Surveillance to Hostile Terminations to VIP Protective Services and everything in between. Locations range from all over the City throughout the neighboring suburbs at locations such as Bowling Alleys, Cemeteries, Private Businesses, and High End Retail. The pay ranges from $27.50 to $45.00 an hour based on the location and hours working. Many of these are permanent contracts that we have longstanding relationships with. Please come into the office ASAP…10359 S. Pulaski Rd, Chicago, IL 60655. If you have any questions give us a call at 773-233-5742 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your information, and a return call will be given. We have shifts available immediately.
Specifically, there are (5) AT & T stores throughout the City and Canada Goose. All of which are $30 an hour. This is for Active or Retired and City or Suburbs.
Retired Sergeant Al Piantowski has once again created an informative guide for this year’s Washington DC Police Memorial. The guide highlights the events and places to be for 2021’s Police Memorial “Police Week”. It gives a brief background of the Memorial as well as listing the Chicago Officers lost in 2020. Al includes area hotels, airports, as well as local transportation. If you plan on attending please take a look at the guide, it will be a great assistance to you. I would like to thank Al for once again providing the guide, which he compiles on his own time.
Superintendent David Brown and all Chicago Police Department Employees,
I am reaching out to you today to offer my Condolences on the loss of Officer Ella French.
Words cannot describe the pain and sorrow felt when we lose a brother or a sister in our law enforcement family. It is never easy and we must never forget the sacrifices that are made by heroes like Officer French.
Officers throughout the State of Illinois are going out every day to protect their communities and are facing more and more violent attacks against them. These unnecessary attacks on our law enforcement officers must stop! I know that you and your officers are facing tough and difficult situations multiple times each shift. I pray that the violence and attacks on our men and women in uniform will come to an end very soon.
It is also my understanding that you have another officer in the hospital fighting for his life as a result of this same incident. May god bless him and look over him for a full recovery.
On behalf of myself and the entire executive board of the Police Benevolent and Protective Association of Illinois, please accept our prayers and our condolences. I will continue to pray for the families of those affected and for the entire Chicago Police Department family.
Police Benevolent and Protective Association of Illinois