[in person] Chicago Police Department Superintendent Public Hearing

Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability
Criminal Justice

1852 W 19th St, Chicago, Illinois 60608 Chicago, IL 60608 (Directions)

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We expect this to be an in-person event with (though we will update you if a livestream option is confirmed). If you attend this meeting in person, you will receive an additional hour of pay.

Mayor Brandon Johnson selected Larry Snelling from a shortlist of potential CPD superintendents created by the Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability. The appointment must be approved by City Council, following at least one public hearing, at which members of the public will have the opportunity to ask questions about the selection of Snelling.

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  • Block Club Chicago: Who is Larry Snelling? Chicago’s Next Police Superintendent Is The ‘Son Of Englewood’

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Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability

www.chicago.gov

(312) 742-8888

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In July 2021, the Chicago City Council passed an ordinance creating a new model for police oversight, accountability, and public safety. The ordinance creates two types of bodies: a citywide Community Commission for Public Safety and Accountability, with power to advance systemic reform, and District Councils, which will be elected in each police district and work to improve policing and public safety in the district. The Commission and District Councils will bring police officers and Chicago residents together to plan, prioritize, and build mutual trust; strengthen the police accountability system; give Chicagoans a meaningful new role in oversight; and explore and advance alternative effective approaches to public safety.

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