Sunday, July 22, 2018

Consent Decree "Close"

And the countdown to unplugging the life-support machines is entering into the final seconds:
  • Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan are close to unveiling a proposed court agreement intended to govern reforms in the Chicago Police Department, attorneys said Friday in federal court.

    The lone sticking point, attorneys said, remains whether the department must document incidents in which an officer points a gun at a person.

    Attorney Cara Hendrickson of Madigan’s office said the parties have been “intensely negotiating” and reached consensus on most of a draft consent decree spanning more than 200 pages that covers topics including use of force, training, supervision and officer accountability.

    Hendrickson suggested the draft would be released to the public soon but cited no specific timeline. She also indicated that the draft could be released before the remaining issue is decided.
We already linked to the Fox News article that had some of the pages. We're have a lead on getting the entire file. We'll see shortly. This really ought to be a wake-up call to anyone still chasing. The documentation aspect of these "agreement" is only there to screw you in the event of a complaint.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whelp, there goes our rights.

7/22/2018 12:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought that the reason the federal consent decree was a no go, was because the feds wanted the city to disclose “merit” and what and who defined that qualification? It’s shocking that that doesn’t come up or matter at all in this nonsense democratic machine consent decree.

7/22/2018 12:11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do any police work anymore? Just show up sit in your squad car 8.5, go home safe, and get paid.

7/22/2018 12:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

NO desent decree!

7/22/2018 12:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is this even happening?

7/22/2018 12:34:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stop fighting back guys, we lost the city many years ago. Give them what they want, and let’s call the union to file a lawsuit to let the police live outside the city.

7/22/2018 12:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You think crime is bad now? Wait until this turd gets rolled out.

7/22/2018 02:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the time Rahm, Lisa Madigan, the ACLU, the hold overs from the Obama DOJ and others get through with the CPD you will be on a par the the Andy Frain ushers. You will be serving the community by marching with them, picnicking with them, playing ball with them, cleaning up the streets with them, holding hands and praying with them and whatever else they want you to do. It will be, "be part of the change" and it will be much different than what you are doing now. The new front line ambassadors of the democrat party.

7/22/2018 02:05:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After O'Brien St, I started my CPD career in bloody 011 during the '60's.. Despite constant street stops and felony arrests, I consider myself blessed because I never shot anyone. However, on virtually all street stops, I held my primary weapon drawn and pointing downwards as I approached the vehicle, even with a smile on my face. There were several close calls where the armed occupant(s) saw a flash of blue steel in my right hand.

I was polite and respectful but any wannabe cop killers got my subtle message: Don't even think about it, muthafucka!

7/22/2018 02:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A "Consent Decree" is a complete death sentence for the already fully genocidal Black Community. As an African American Officer living in a once stable "Pill Hill" I am terrified for my 9 & 11 yr old sons and nephews. The already decimated CPD will be neutered and it will be wholesale slaughter and my already fragile neighborhood housing value will plummet further. When will Black America wake up to realize that the Democratic Party is STILL the party of the KKK but now mockingly represents the interests of Black America. Wake up Brothers!

7/22/2018 02:19:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I work at a west coast DOJ infested agency. The thing you're missing here is how the paperwork DOJ inflicts is so onerous as to change the way cops police. You think you're fetal now...

In my agency the definition of "force" was recently changed to include "force against resistance" and "resisted handcuffing". For example, you move in to arrest a guy, he pulls away, you grab him and pull him back to you while you wrestle him into cuffs. Everyone stays standing, no injuries, no nothing. That isn't a single use of force but two. What used to be an extra line (maybe) in the report now is a couple of hours for each officer plus a supervisor spent explaining which de-escalation techniques were used and why other options were not employed. If you didn't give a force warning before using force, too bad, you'd better get creative with what happened. Yes, you will be found out of policy if you don't warn the guy who has not yet resisted that if he does resist force (explicitly explained) will be used against him.

The big bosses say it takes so long because cops are writing too much. Meanwhile the middle management is kicking back reports due to lack of details. If any supervisor approves a force event as in policy and someone higher up disagrees, everyone who signed off is subject to discipline.

So, if you dare to arrest a guy who needs arresting but he struggles a bit, you're now down two or more cops plus a sergeant for a couple of hours. Meanwhile the rest of your team is stuck shagging your calls.

I personally opted not to arrest 3 people this week due to the policy. I had some bad luck and had accumulated two uses of force in my first two shifts of the week. If you get three in a three MONTH period, you are on the early warning system for abusive policing and get a notice. A few of those and you have real disciple. It's a slug's dream, but for anyone who thinks that criminals need arresting, it's not a winning formula.

7/22/2018 03:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Consent Decree?

It sounds non-consensual to me?

7/22/2018 03:17:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This still won’t make the blues bond together. What the hell happened to this Department

7/22/2018 03:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck trying to do Police work.

7/22/2018 06:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OT: No article yet on mandatory swiping department wide? As it it right now (swiping in at beginning of tour and swiping out after OT) I applaud it. Sure, there’s always the possibilities of early ducks; but now watch how much OT abuse is cut down. I’d guess easily by half. Now if you have OT you damn well better be there to earn it.

7/22/2018 06:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I noticed there was no mention of community responsibility. This is why the decree will fail. It will take change on both sides to make it work. What a joke.LOL.

7/22/2018 06:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you go out to save the world after this bullshit comes down than you DESERVE WHAT YOUR GOING TO GET BOYS AND GIRLS. (Jail Time ) The handwriting is on the wall and has been since FERGUSON MO. STAY FETAL OR YOUR ON YOUR OWN

7/22/2018 06:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Union needs to start filing individual lawsuits against Attorney General Madigan.

Hey FOP-- PUT them attorney's to work- Black Lives Matter-Chicago is a #hashtag organization, they are not a Licensed business in Illinois nor are they a 501C organization--therefore how in the world can you have --Allow them a seat at the table. Your attorney's need to look at the court case of Association of Cleveland Firefighters v. city of Cleveland, as well Los Angeles Police Department.

7/22/2018 06:55:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is time to flee Cook Co., and move to a free state. Your life and happiness will depend upon it.

7/22/2018 07:04:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thought the feds walked away from this.

7/22/2018 07:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try telling the 3 years wonder to stop they still think this job is for real and that there is a reward for doing it, this job is dead it is time to pull the plug. Rahm hates the police as much as the black community does why would you want to do any police work, ride the square circle do nothing and go home safe

7/22/2018 07:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Simple. Wait for something, write a report and leave

7/22/2018 08:16:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FOP screwed this up by releasing the draft. It was close to not having the reporting on the pointing of a gun, but now the AG is drawing a line in the sand. Nice move Graham. Maybe we should have hired a real lawyer, not that goof Prieb.

7/22/2018 09:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lori Lightfoot wants an investigation into the leaking of the Consent Decree. WTF is it classified information? What would the charge be? It' not a crime. We are all fucked. If P/Os still want to chase cars and have foot chases that end up turning shitty then be my guest. Don't let these meritorious bosses bullshit you. Just answer your radio. everything else is a 19P

7/22/2018 09:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would it be ok if an officer points his finger at a felon?

7/22/2018 09:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This in no way, shape, or form is for the benefit of the police. Quite the contrary.
Wake up and see the spray painting on the wall.

7/22/2018 09:41:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intensely negotiating.
Anyone wish they’d do that for community jobs?
Nothing instense or negotiable about pensions and healthcare though.

Anyone intensely awaiting for Rahm to Make Chicago Great Again?

I think I t’s only a teaser, in light of the recent protests concerning armed offenders making more bad decisions.
Timing this phony C-D to be unveiled is going to be at the Right Time for the Right Votes.
Both lame ducks RottenRahm and Madigroin are in dire need to achieve an obamaLegacy.

Fear no merit hack.
1st & 16th and a few case reports in between.
Stay Fetal - let Rahm’s master plan prove what restorative justice already hasn’t.

7/22/2018 09:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A Consent Decree for what? VOTE NO every contract proposal until this decree goes in the garbage!

7/22/2018 09:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not a cop but your lawyer is screwing you pure and simple for his own benefit. Who is the lawyer?

7/22/2018 09:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure 11 district red icy will appreciate it, notes like yesterday will only get worse. This city is run by complete morons have no clue about the consequences

7/22/2018 10:12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I were an officer in modern times I'd WANT to document any interaction with criminal scum. Better to spend duty hours in the station typing my story than to get blindsided by an ACLU lawsuit and have to try to document it all after the fact, when it will seem only like CYA activity. If that means I spend more of my shift documenting than actually policing, oh well. Got to look out for myself and my family before the "community".

7/22/2018 10:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

“Anonymous Anonymous said...
Stop fighting back guys, we lost the city many years ago. Give them what they want, and let’s call the union to file a lawsuit to let the police live outside the city.

7/22/2018 12:55:00 AM”

Honestly, this might be the only way for a chance at any sort of normalcy anymore for police officers, at least to have the option.

7/22/2018 11:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone have a link to the supposed “leaked” copy of consent decree?

7/22/2018 11:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
It is time to flee Cook Co., and move to a free state. Your life and happiness will depend upon it.

7/22/2018 07:04:00 AM

Check your new property tax asssessment and it might hasten your move.

7/22/2018 12:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
OT: No article yet on mandatory swiping department wide? As it it right now (swiping in at beginning of tour and swiping out after OT) I applaud it. Sure, there’s always the possibilities of early ducks; but now watch how much OT abuse is cut down. I’d guess easily by half. Now if you have OT you damn well better be there to earn it.


Now you only swipe out after OT. not the end of the tour? If you can swipe out at the end of OT, you can swipe out at the end of the tour
Nothing changes m, the clouted still get taken care of and still work the shortened tours

7/22/2018 12:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1st and the 16 th that all boys and girls game over

7/22/2018 12:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
I work at a west coast DOJ infested agency. The thing you're missing here is how the paperwork DOJ inflicts is so onerous as to change the way cops police. You think you're fetal now...

In my agency the definition of "force" was recently changed to include "force against resistance" and "resisted handcuffing". For example, you move in to arrest a guy, he pulls away, you grab him and pull him back to you while you wrestle him into cuffs. Everyone stays standing, no injuries, no nothing. That isn't a single use of force but two. What used to be an extra line (maybe) in the report now is a couple of hours for each officer plus a supervisor spent explaining which de-escalation techniques were used and why other options were not employed. If you didn't give a force warning before using force, too bad, you'd better get creative with what happened. Yes, you will be found out of policy if you don't warn the guy who has not yet resisted that if he does resist force (explicitly explained) will be used against him.

The big bosses say it takes so long because cops are writing too much. Meanwhile the middle management is kicking back reports due to lack of details. If any supervisor approves a force event as in policy and someone higher up disagrees, everyone who signed off is subject to discipline.

So, if you dare to arrest a guy who needs arresting but he struggles a bit, you're now down two or more cops plus a sergeant for a couple of hours. Meanwhile the rest of your team is stuck shagging your calls.

I personally opted not to arrest 3 people this week due to the policy. I had some bad luck and had accumulated two uses of force in my first two shifts of the week. If you get three in a three MONTH period, you are on the early warning system for abusive policing and get a notice. A few of those and you have real disciple. It's a slug's dream, but for anyone who thinks that criminals need arresting, it's not a winning formula.


I think that’s the objective of the DOJ. stop police from being the police and cut arrests. DOJ doesn’t want you making arrests

7/22/2018 12:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
After O'Brien St, I started my CPD career in bloody 011 during the '60's.. Despite constant street stops and felony arrests, I consider myself blessed because I never shot anyone. However, on virtually all street stops, I held my primary weapon drawn and pointing downwards as I approached the vehicle, even with a smile on my face. There were several close calls where the armed occupant(s) saw a flash of blue steel in my right hand.

I was polite and respectful but any wannabe cop killers got my subtle message: Don't even think about it, muthafucka!

7/22/2018 02:14:00 AM

In the 60’s I used to hold my Colt 25 caliber Jr in my hand under my ticket book on street stops

7/22/2018 12:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This reminds of several times in my working career when some idiot boss required that we document what we were doing for every 15 minute interval throughout the day. We spent all our time documenting and complaining about it but little time working.

7/22/2018 12:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Found this on another thread but with the consent decree this will be a thing of the past,heck bosses cannot even do the job,but then again the bosses are so scared and snowflakes but they sure collect that big paycheck and relax in the office:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes will give you examples of bosses who were not liked but who got the job done! John Townsend, John Corliss,and in 008th district the famous Harley Schinker,many coppers did not like them but they feared them as they backed us up and got the job done!
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Corliss was WC in the district I was assigned to straight out of the academy. He called my name at my very 1st roll call and I boomed, "Here sir!". Then, realizing I was a PPO, he said , "Uh, wait a minute" and decided who was going to be my FTO, and then recalled my name. I responded, "Still here, sir!". The room which was already silent, waiting for the explosion, but then, without skipping a beat, he went on to call other names. Priceless!!!

Worked with Harley in a unit, and I'll give that asshole this much credit, he told me what he wanted in my area of responsibility, and I did my job without him looking over my shoulder, and that was that! Gave me control and I took it by the reigns and never heard a peep out of him. His tag along Lt. was a J.O. and you, who know, will agree with that.

7/21/2018 05:38:00 PM

7/22/2018 12:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

S T A Y
F E T A L

It's the only way.

7/22/2018 12:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know what else is close? My decision on which pillow to buy for work.

7/22/2018 12:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Consent decree "close" yes and me going from fetal to comatose is closer! Sorry assholes not going to listen to the pathetic idiotic bosses "go get them kid" as they slap on you on the back and say they will give you an "early duck" if you do jungle warfare! Thank God swiping is here and will eliminate the skulls full of mush from doing stupid things and getting into serious trouble to please a fatass boss who though incompetent will get that big salary,car and undeserved pension dip!

Sorry "boss" not going to be sitting in that federal building taking the stand in that dank courtroom,stating assets and liabilities,as my spouse and children cry kids saying "why daddy why,did you so this?" Sorry boss like my freedom,home,family,assets not going to listen to you or your ilk,your no better than the thugs on street with temptation. The guy selling dope is looking for more cash,your like a dope pusher pushing coppers so you can get more money and a promotion also,as you step on our backs to make that ascent.

Ask around so many coppers losing thousands in civil court directly from their pockets,if no cash they garnish wages and give your hard earned money to thug and company!

I am still paid a good salary and will do my job,take care of people that deserve it, and will write reports,advise warrants,smile and wave,be courteous and on the first and sixteenth I will say "thank you Jesus for another check!" Since i have been fetal my doctor is amazed at blood pressure regulated,stress level down,and since i will not eat in the shit restaurants where felons,and families work and bring my lunch a balanced diet God willing will give me and other coppers that follow this regiment more pension checks,in better health!

God please bless CPD in these turbulent times where democrats make right wrong and wrong right!

7/22/2018 12:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Consent Decree? Who are the "parties" to this idiocy? If the FOP is involved, it's time for a vote of no confidence for FOP leadership. They ought to have refused to engage in this at all.

If it is implemented. Then "Embryonic" will be the new watchword of the day... Fetal isn't good enough.

7/22/2018 01:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Anonymous Anonymous said...
I work at a west coast DOJ infested agency. The thing you're missing here is how the paperwork DOJ inflicts is so onerous as to change the way cops police. You think you're fetal now...

In my agency the definition of "force" was recently changed to include "force against resistance" and "resisted handcuffing". For example, you move in to arrest a guy, he pulls away, you grab him and pull him back to you while you wrestle him into cuffs. Everyone stays standing, no injuries, no nothing. That isn't a single use of force but two. What used to be an extra line (maybe) in the report now is a couple of hours for each officer plus a supervisor spent explaining which de-escalation techniques were used and why other options were not employed. If you didn't give a force warning before using force, too bad, you'd better get creative with what happened. Yes, you will be found out of policy if you don't warn the guy who has not yet resisted that if he does resist force (explicitly explained) will be used against him.

The big bosses say it takes so long because cops are writing too much. Meanwhile the middle management is kicking back reports due to lack of details. If any supervisor approves a force event as in policy and someone higher up disagrees, everyone who signed off is subject to discipline.

So, if you dare to arrest a guy who needs arresting but he struggles a bit, you're now down two or more cops plus a sergeant for a couple of hours. Meanwhile the rest of your team is stuck shagging your calls.

I personally opted not to arrest 3 people this week due to the policy. I had some bad luck and had accumulated two uses of force in my first two shifts of the week. If you get three in a three MONTH period, you are on the early warning system for abusive policing and get a notice. A few of those and you have real disciple. It's a slug's dream, but for anyone who thinks that criminals need arresting, it's not a winning formula.

7/22/2018 03:00:00 AM


Sure as Hell tells you the consent decree and the anti police groups are doing their best to eradicate police work.

7/22/2018 01:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can we opt out of the union? I shouldn’t see why not. They don’t do anything for us.

7/22/2018 01:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I work at a west coast DOJ infested agency. The thing you're missing here is how the paperwork DOJ inflicts is so onerous as to change the way cops police. You think you're fetal now...

In my agency the definition of "force" was recently changed to include "force against resistance" and "resisted handcuffing". For example, you move in to arrest a guy, he pulls away, you grab him and pull him back to you while you wrestle him into cuffs. Everyone stays standing, no injuries, no nothing. That isn't a single use of force but two. What used to be an extra line (maybe) in the report now is a couple of hours for each officer plus a supervisor spent explaining which de-escalation techniques were used and why other options were not employed. If you didn't give a force warning before using force, too bad, you'd better get creative with what happened. Yes, you will be found out of policy if you don't warn the guy who has not yet resisted that if he does resist force (explicitly explained) will be used against him.

The big bosses say it takes so long because cops are writing too much. Meanwhile the middle management is kicking back reports due to lack of details. If any supervisor approves a force event as in policy and someone higher up disagrees, everyone who signed off is subject to discipline.

So, if you dare to arrest a guy who needs arresting but he struggles a bit, you're now down two or more cops plus a sergeant for a couple of hours. Meanwhile the rest of your team is stuck shagging your calls.

I personally opted not to arrest 3 people this week due to the policy. I had some bad luck and had accumulated two uses of force in my first two shifts of the week. If you get three in a three MONTH period, you are on the early warning system for abusive policing and get a notice. A few of those and you have real disciple. It's a slug's dream, but for anyone who thinks that criminals need arresting, it's not a winning formula.

^and we here at CPD thought only our Department is/has changed. Demonizing police appears to be happening nationwide. Thanks for sharing.

7/22/2018 02:54:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone notice it's the illinois attorney general pushing for this? Not a bad way for rauner to make rahm pay for his bullshit- because conscent decree costs money and the city is gonna have to may a shit load every year. But no talks on how much??

7/22/2018 03:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't seem to find the cost of it all.

How much will the consent decree cost us per year?

Ferguson PD with sworn size 45 paid 10mil for 3 years.
New Orleans with sworn size of 1100+ paid 40mil for 4 years.

What about us?

7/22/2018 03:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will this finally encourage voters to do the right thing? Who knows? Chicago will be lost to barbaric savagery. If anyone wants to stay relatively safe and preserve their neighborhoods, it is in their best interest to support the police and vote the destroyers out. Perhaps it is just wishful thinking, but everyone will realize the horrific repercussions of the police being under a radical left wing decree.

7/22/2018 04:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Consent decree= Chicago x Baltimore. Ladies and gentleman show up, get paid, stay safe. Chicago's about to turn into a real war zone, you ain't seen nothin' yet

7/22/2018 05:09:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The more crime, poverty, and misery.. the more control and voter loyalty. Sad

7/22/2018 05:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try telling the 3 years wonder to stop they still think this job is for real and that there is a reward for doing it, this job is dead it is time to pull the plug.


003 midnights has lots of these idiots. They think its cool to get into shit.

7/22/2018 05:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Consent decree = zero proactive police work

7/22/2018 05:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Consent Decree? Who are the "parties" to this idiocy? If the FOP is involved, it's time for a vote of no confidence for FOP leadership. They ought to have refused to engage in this at all.

Did you read the article ??? Did you see that the judge said he has not made a decision if he would let the FOP get involved. Vote of no confidence ??? You can't even read an article. My God some of the people we have on this job.

7/22/2018 06:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rookies won't adapt, that is until the first officers get fired for still trying to police. The others will adapt after seeing the writing on the wall. Let Chicago be the example of progressivism. Still want to make Chicago safe.. Invest in a gaurd dog and security cameras

7/22/2018 06:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I am not a cop but your lawyer is screwing you pure and simple for his own benefit. Who is the lawyer?

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If you don’t know who the lawyer is., how can you say he is screwing us?

Please explain with specifics

7/22/2018 07:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
FOP screwed this up by releasing the draft. It was close to not having the reporting on the pointing of a gun, but now the AG is drawing a line in the sand. Nice move Graham. Maybe we should have hired a real lawyer, not that goof Prieb.

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Ridiculous nonsense.

7/22/2018 07:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
Can we opt out of the union? I shouldn’t see why not. They don’t do anything for us.

7/22/2018 01:59:00 PM

You are kidding right? You could always opt out of the union. You just have to pay your fair share. Something might change with the new Supreme Court ruling

7/22/2018 07:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

can we all wear batman costumes to work then?

7/22/2018 08:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
FOP screwed this up by releasing the draft. It was close to not having the reporting on the pointing of a gun, but now the AG is drawing a line in the sand. Nice move Graham. Maybe we should have hired a real lawyer, not that goof Prieb.

7/22/2018 09:13:00 AM

If we get a consent decree, the provisions of the contract are not worth a thing. COPA will have a field day with all of the power that is granted to them by the decree.

7/22/2018 08:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
OT: No article yet on mandatory swiping department wide? As it it right now (swiping in at beginning of tour and swiping out after OT) I applaud it. Sure, there’s always the possibilities of early ducks; but now watch how much OT abuse is cut down. I’d guess easily by half. Now if you have OT you damn well better be there to earn it.


Now you only swipe out after OT. not the end of the tour? If you can swipe out at the end of OT, you can swipe out at the end of the tour
Nothing changes m, the clouted still get taken care of and still work the shortened tours

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Of course the clouted will still get taken care of. The order states that the Commander will have a list of “exempts” from the swiping program. Why? Because their bitches need to be taken care of. Ghost payroll still will exist upstairs. Will they post that list? How many “non-office” P.O.s will be on this list? Why do they even need this list? Fuck the swiping system. COPA and the IG want it and we have to cater to them at the drop of a hat? Get the fuck out of here! If you’re swiping, you’re giving into the liberals asking for it.

7/22/2018 09:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This thing has been bullshit from the beginning. When was the last time you saw the plaintiffs and defendants appear at a press conference together to announce a lawsuit? Rahul was in on it from the get go, Jimmy roussell called bullshit and quit over it. Johnson, boyk, valente, and the rest of the as kissers sold us out.

7/22/2018 10:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The FOP didn’t release the draft, it’s been posted on the University of Chicago website for months. Prieb isn’t the goof, you are.

7/22/2018 10:57:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Two words: BE FETAL!

7/22/2018 11:11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another mayor looking to get re-elected and another fucking for the citizens. Rahm will sign anything to appease the looters for votes and the citizenry will pay thru the nose. ( and ass, ear,and any other orifice)

7/22/2018 11:23:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are they doing a consent decree when the DOJ said they would not be pursuing one? When will the endless pandering to the parasite class end. They make up 13% of the population but account for the majority of the time in America and WE need a bullshit consent decree. Let's just set a aside a state where they can live, with room to destroy. I'm sure the rest of America would be happy to support this type of arrangement. I would happily have money deducted from my paycheck for this. They can live as they please.

7/22/2018 11:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

7/22/2018 03:49:00 PM takes a nasty shit:


Anyone notice it's the illinois attorney general pushing for this? (You mean madigan's scum daughter?)

Not a bad way for rauner to make rahm pay for his bullshit- (What the fuck does the governor have to do with the shit madigan's scum daughter does? And how fucking huge of a piece of shit do you have to be to refer to taxpayers' money as mayor rimjob paying for anything? Let alone calling this "not a bad way", you feckless fuck.)

because conscent decree costs money and the city is gonna have to may a shit load every year. (The fucking city pays nothing, it's a fucking city. The taxpayers pay everything. And they wouldn't be having to pay this anticipated bullshit if madigan's scum daughter wasn't acting as if the fucking obamanation still existed. It doesn't. It's DEAD, Jim.)

But no talks on how much?? ("How much" would be ZERO for this particular graft bullshit, IF the scum daughter of madigan wasn't acting as if the obamanation was doing anything other than exhibiting it's last, few, feeble corpse spasms. But, Noooooooooo, madigan's scum daughter just has to keep on pretending that MAGA never happened; that the madigan masturbation monopoly will last forever; that no one can see just exactly who she is: madigan's scum daughter.)


Fuck you.

7/23/2018 01:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Between this and the reaction to the, in my opinion from what has been publicly reported, justified use of force recently in 003, how could we in good conscience send these newer officers out to our most violent and chaotic areas to stop suspects given that it appears they will be given no benefit of the doubt and punished for any unpopular outcome. Many do not yet realize that they have to do this for 20, or 29 years and a day, and all of that risk is cumulative. One incident in an instant can ruin their lives forever. Risk from violence is something I accepted, risk from unreasonable politicians when I did my best to follow the rules I did not. My instincts to try and help others and seek justice do not serve me well in this dysfunctional brave new World we are creating.

7/23/2018 05:07:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If we get a consent decree, the provisions of the contract are not worth a thing. COPA will have a field day with all of the power that is granted to them by the decree.
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The city can already grant Copa any powers they want to. There's no need for a consent decree for that. And legal provisions of the contract can't do over written by a consent decree.

7/23/2018 07:46:00 AM  
Blogger Cuthbert J. Twillie said...

>>>>> Outside court Friday, Karen Sheley, an attorney with the ACLU of Illinois, said police should be documenting instances in which they point guns. ~~~para~~~
“If this is the issue that they’re stuck on, I’m frankly shocked,” she said.
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The ACLU is one of the 'activist groups' Tiny Dancer & Little Lisa agreed to getting involved in writing the bs consent decree. This Karen Sheley is the Director of Police Practices at the ACLU of Illinois. With that position and title you'd expect her to have a background in Law Enforcement, and at least a degree in Criminal Justice, right guys & gals? Wrong! Not even close.

Before going to Law School, Karen Sheley got her BA degree in Sociology and a Minor in ... I'm not kidding ... Women Studies!! And her first job after Law School was at ... the EEOC!

So what makes her some kind of expert on 'Police Practices' beats the shit out of me. And yet this policing illiterate is "Shocked" that there's push-back on writing more time-wasting reports.

Here's Karen Sheley in her own words. (YouTube video 4:08)

7/23/2018 09:31:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only reason I care about this ........ AH fuckit I really don’t care anymore!!’nn

7/23/2018 01:02:00 PM  
Anonymous I said...

I shall make a decree NOT to give my consent!

7/23/2018 01:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lightfoot has hired Joanna the commie klonsky who is the or rep of the progressive caucus headed by cop hater Scott waguespack. She also represents machine candidate Patrick Daley Thompson. This proves Rahm is involved. Vallas is the only hope.

7/23/2018 03:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If bob Fioretti has anything to do with this be careful. His loyalty is to Operation Push and the west side hustlers he paid in his last phony campaign against Toni Preckwinkle. He is very good buddies with Jesse. That should make you wonder right there. He is very liberal and wants to be a judge.

7/23/2018 03:46:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen Sheley of the ACLU is a bitter cop hater who is totally unqualified to do anything pertaining to law enforcement. Her minor in worn/gender studies and her degree in sociology speak volumes about her unfair predisposition to work in favor of the criminals. She is not to be trusted.

7/23/2018 09:32:00 PM  

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