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CAPS Beat 1422 Meeting
February 22 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
One event on June 21, 2018 at 6:30pm
One event on October 18, 2018 at 6:30pm
Beat community meetings are a key part of the CAPS strategy of partnerships and problem solving.
These meetings, held on all 279 police beats in the City, provide a regular opportunity for police officers, residents, and other community stakeholders to exchange information, identify and prioritize problems, and begin developing solutions to those problems.
Beat community meetings are regular meetings held on all 285 police beats in Chicago. Every beat is required to meet at least quarterly, although the vast majority of beats meet every month or every other month.
The primary purpose of the beat community meeting is to allow beat residents, other community stakeholders and police to discuss chronic problems on the beat and to engage in problem solving using the CAPS five-step problem-solving process. Beat community meetings provide an opportunity for police and community residents to exchange information about conditions in the neighborhood, to identify crime and disorder problems, and to develop strategies to combat those problems. The meeting also provides an opportunity for police and community to get to know one another.
Meeting Location By Meeting
1640 N. Drake
February, June, October
1402 N. Kedzie
April, August, December