Chicago Police Department

  • Agency: Chicago Police Department
  • Address: 3510 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 60653 IL
  • Chief: Garry McCarthy (Superintendent)
Phone: 312-745-4290
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Chicago Police Department is located at 3510 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 60653 IL. The Superintendent of the department is Garry McCarthy. The Chicago Police Department phone number is 312-745-4290.

Chicago Police Department News

Please tune in to this upcoming episode of Case Files. CPD needs help solving this cold case.

Saturday night DUI Saturation Patrol https://home.chicagopolice.org/dui-saturation-patrol-lincoln-20th-district/

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Help the Chicago Police Department identify these individuals who committed an Armed Robbery. If you have information related to this incident, contact Detective Toner #20350 at 312-747-8227 or Area Central HQ at 312-747-8380. You can also submit an anonymous tip at www.CPDTIP.com. If you see these individuals, DO NOT APPROACH. CALL 9-1-1. https://youtu.be/CTxyfgWNj3w Cook-County Crime-Stoppers

Good Morning Chicago! Now that your commute to work is over what would you like to see more of on CPD’s Social media sites ? #chicago

Great Job to Bt 1232R. Last night they responded to a call of "Person with a Gun" in the 2200 Block of W 19th St. Unfortunately the offenders were gone on arrival but the officers checked the area and recovered a loaded rifle from the scene.

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CPD’s Gang Investigations Harrison Violent Crime Task Force Search Warrant was executed for a vehicle in Maywood that was delivering/supplying large amounts of Cannabis to the west side 011th Dist for street distribution. The Harrison Violent Crime Task Force officers working in the area after a recent double homicide gathered information and discovered a pipeline of cannabis coming in from California to the west side of Chicago.

We want to offer our deepest condolences to Officer Garza who lost his partner K-9 "Vito" last night. Vito was a 2 year old German Shepherd/Malinois mix. Vito became ill over the weekend and underwent emergency surgery Monday morning. Unfortunately, Vito passed away due to complications from surgery last night. His Handler Officer David Garza is heartbroken. Vito joined the department this past April and began training with Officer Garza in June. They recently graduated training on October 6th and began service to the City and its Citizens. Vito will be sorely missed by Officer Garza and the entire Chicago Police department family.

"Chess Moves Against Violence" @ChicagoCAPS07

On 06 Nov 2017, CPD's 008th District 863 Team executed a search warrant in the 6000 block of S. Mozart. Recovered was (1) AK-47 7.62 caliber rifle with a 16 inch barrel loaded with 16 live 7.62 high capacity rounds. (1) Norinco .38 handgun loaded with 6 live rounds, and over 30 grams of cannabis all from a convicted felon gang member. #onelessgun

Officers from Area North CART Team along with 11th District Officers hosted a coffee with a Cop at 25 S Pulaski at Old Fashioned donuts.

Thank you to all those that sent information in our our previous post to help the FBI – Federal Bureau of Investigation . The subject has been captured.

Thank you for all your help and inquiries - this person has been identified .

Please Vote for the CNN Hero of the Year, Chicago Police Officer Jennifer Maddox is Nominated! If she wins, her organization will be award $100,000.00 LETS PULL TOGETHER TO SUPPORT ONE OF OUR OWN http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/cnn.heroes/vote/ A Chicago Police officer, Jennifer Maddox launched Future Ties in 2011 while serving as a security officer at Parkway Gardens during her off hours. After noticing that young residents often caused trouble because they were bored, she convinced building management to open a basement so she could provide activities for the kids after school. The program has since expanded to operate year round, and Maddox hopes that one day Future Ties will be able to reach all 1,200 kids that live in the complex.

Thank you to Hailey Whyte. Hailey is 13 years old and sent us this drawing in support of the police .

Are you a police officer working for the Chicago Police Department who would like to be a field training officer ? If so apply now ! You have until november 17th to sign up !

Juvenile Charged in Police Shooting Offender: Male Juvenile, 17 Charges: Two felony counts of Attempt 1st Degree Murder Two felony counts of Aggravated Discharge Firearm-Police Officer One felony count of Aggravated UUW/Person/Loaded Firearm One felony count of Poss Firearm W/Defaced Serial Number One felony count of Other Amt Narcotic Sched 1&11 Narrative: Officers responded to a call of shots fired in the 6700 block of S. Ridgeland on November 5, 2017 at approximatley 1:43 a.m. When officers arrived they saw the offender fleeing the scene. Officers pursued the offender on foot during which the offender fired several shots in the direction of the uniformed offficers. The officers returned fire and continued pursuing the offender into an alley where he was placed into custody. A weapon was recovered on the scene along with an unknown controlled substance. No injuries were reported. No further information is available at this time.

NEWS RELEASE Chicago Police Department Area Detectives Work With CTA to Charge Offender with Multiple Armed Robberies Offender: Alphanso Talley, 18 Charges: Three felony counts of Armed Robbery Two felony counts of Aggravated Robbery Narrative: On November 5, 2017 at 01:00am in the 400 block of North State, Alphanso Talley was placed into custody by officers assigned to a Robbery Suppression Mission. Officers were aware that the offender was wanted for armed robberies; he was taken into custody without incident. Talley was identified as the offender who displayed a firearm and demanded property from victims on a CTA platform in the 500 block of North State. On October 21, 2017 at 12:25pm. Three male victims (ages 22, 24, 26) were robbed of their personal belongings during this incident, but did not sustain any injuries. Talley is also charged with an aggravated robbery from October 14, 2017 at 02:45am in the 3200 block of North Clark. Two male victims (ages 20, and 23) were walking in an alley when the offender approached and displayed (what they believed to be) a firearm. The offender demanded their property and battered the victims. The 20 year-old victim sustained minor injuries and was treated and released at St. Francis Hospital. Area North and Central Detectives partnered with CTA to charge this offender. No additional details are available at this time. ###

CPD Video Series Presents : A look back at the Gold Star Regatta On Saturday, July 29, 2017, the Chicago Police Sailing Association in conjunction with the Chicago Area Sail Association hosted their first annual Gold Star Regatta at the Jackson Park Yacht Club. In addition to a competitive distance regatta, the event will include a family friendly post-race party with beverages, local food trucks, entertainment and much more. Activities throughout the day will benefit families of first responders who have fallen in the line of duty or have been catastrophically injured. The Gold Star Regatta is a fundraiser sailing race that was created by the Chicago Police Sailing Association to help support surviving family members of Chicago Police Officers that were killed in the line of duty. 2017 is the first year for the Gold Star Regatta. The race is hosted by Jackson Park Yacht Club and is being supported by the 100 Club of IL. All sailors are invited to enter their boats into the race even if you don’t have racing experience. Each registered boat will create a page and URL on the fundraising site where your supporters can donate to your boat or team in support of our Chicago Police families. It is your participation in this race that will give the sailing community of Chicago an opportunity to help our surviving family members of fallen Police Officers. The sailing community of Chicago can honor and support our fallen Officers and their families that have suffered the ultimate sacrifice.

#FallBack: Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday at 2am. Don’t forget to set your clocks back and check your smoke detector batteries.

Our thoughts & prayers go out to family & friends of @RockfordPD Officer Jaimie Cox, who was murdered at an early morning traffic stop today. Rockford, Illinois Rockford Illinois Police Department

Great job on the Win tonight !

CPD is aware of recent terrorism text msgs but at this time there is no credible or known threat to the Chicago or any event in the city.

#FallBack: Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday at 2am. Don’t forget to set your clocks back and check your smoke detector batteries.