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1 PUBLIC SAFETY SUMMIT I Crime Prevention through Cooperative Policing and Best Practices Wednesday, January 16, 2013

2 Greetings, Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to attend today s Public Safety Summit, the first in a series designed to help us work together to address crime in an effort to improve the overall quality of life here in Winnebago County. The purpose of this event is to bring together experts in the criminal justice field to share with us their best practices and their creative solutions as they face many of the same problems that we are experiencing here in our county. We thank them for giving of their time and sharing their expertise. By bringing together members of the law enforcement and criminal justice community, as well as chief elected officials from throughout the county, it is our hope that we can forge even better working relationships to deal with the crime-related issues before us. Over the next few months, we will be soliciting ideas for future summits; ideas such as Addressing Addiction and Mental Health in our Community and Alternatives to Incarceration and Re-Entry Programs. Please forward any ideas to Dave Peterson at ( ). It s going to take all of us working together from the neighborhood watch groups, to the schools, to the villages, to our dedicated police forces to create a safer community. Let s commit to working together until we achieve that goal. Thanks again, Scott H. Christiansen, Chairman Winnebago County Board

3 PUBLIC SAFETY SUMMIT Wednesday, January 16, :00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. Crime Prevention through Cooperative Policing and Best Practices AGENDA Welcome: Moderator Paul Logli, President and CEO of United Way (former States Attorney and retired Judge, 17th Judicial Circuit) About the Summit: Winnebago County Board Chairman Scott H. Christiansen Data and Best Practices: Jack Cutrone, Director of Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Crime Statistics and Demographic Data David Bradford, Director of Northwestern University Center for Public Safety Best Practices in Law Enforcement Larry Sachs, Director of Grants Management, Research and Development Division, Chicago Police Department Cooperative Policing and Restorative Justice 15 Minute Break Effective Policing: Deputy Chief Thomas W. Fleming, Jr., Cook County Sheriff s Police Cooperative Policing Sgt. Ryan Glew, Evanston Police Dept. Gang Unit (Liaison with Chicago and Cook County Police Departments) Cooperative Policing/Gangs and Homicide Steve Peterson, Deputy Superintendent (ret.), Bureau of Investigative Services, Chicago Police Department Violent Crime Solutions Break Prior to Working Lunch Facilitated Discussion led by David Bradford

4 SPEAKERS David Bradford, Executive Director of the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety is a 34-year veteran of Illinois municipal law enforcement, rising through the ranks from probationary patrol officer to the rank of Lt. in the Edwardsville (Illinois) Police Dept. where he led the Investigation Division. He spent the last thirteen years of his law enforcement career at the Glen Carbon, Illinois police department in the position of Chief of Police. He is a former President of the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, former Executive Board member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, and a past President of the Southern Illinois Police Chiefs Association. He is a former member of the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis Area. In 2004, he was appointed to the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority by the Governor of Illinois and served in this position from 2004 until He has a strong record in establishing and promoting positive community relationships, as well as for team building and training, and he is a proven collaborator in bringing people of diverse backgrounds together to focus on a project and follow through to a successful conclusion. Jack Cutrone began working at the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority as General Counsel in 2006 after a professional lifetime as a practicing criminal attorney, both as prosecutor and defense attorney. In 2009, he became Executive Director of ICJIA, the state s primary criminal justice planning and policy agency. ICJIA works to promote evidencebased and promising practices through all facets of the state s criminal justice system, and the agency serves as the State Administering Agency for federal grant monies in the criminal justice area. It is also home to the state s award-winning Statistical Analysis Center which is responsible for research and evaluation of crime trends, criminal justice programs and practices. In 2012, he was elected President of the National Criminal Justice Association, an organization comprised of the directors of State Administering Agencies throughout the United States and territories, along with criminal justice professionals from a variety of fields. Thomas W. Fleming, Jr., Thomas W. Fleming, a police officer for thirty-two years, currently serves as the Deputy Chief of Police in charge of Administrative Services for the Cook County Sheriff s Police. He is responsible for the operations of the Cook County Sheriff s Police Academy, the 991 Communications Center, Records and Finance division and Community Policing. He is the former Village of Park Forest, Illinois, Chief of Police, and over the course of his career has served as a Patrol Officer, Detective, Juvenile Officer, SWAT team member and Special Operations Group Team Commander. He holds Instructor Certifications in Firearms, Less Lethal Force Options, Chemical Munitions, MP-5 and Special Operations Planning. He is also a Certified Ethics Trainer through the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration, a division of The Center for American and International Law. He is an Adjunct Professor at Governors State University, instructing classes on Ethical Leadership, Community Policing, Organizational Management and Criminal Investigation. In 2011, he was designated as a Subject Matter Expert by the Dept. of Justice Assistance, Smart Policing Initiative in Community Policing, Leadership and Organizational Change.

5 Ron Glewe is a fifteen year veteran of the Evanston Police Department. His career as a patrolman, a Detective, and now as a Sergeant in Investigative Services has been largely focused on gang and narcotics crimes in and around the City of Evanston. His assignments have included the Gang and Narcotics Unit and the North Regional Major Crimes Task Force. This Task Force investigates Homicides and Major Crimes in the Northern Suburbs of Cook County. Ryan s assignments have given him experience with formal and informal cooperative policing. One of his roles in the Gang and Narcotics Unit was to act as a liaison to the Cook County Sheriff s Police Department and the Chicago Police Department. He has had the opportunity to act in different capacities during Joint Operations with outside agencies and has been a Detective and Supervisor in a Major Crimes Task Force. These opportunities have provided him with numerous experiences related to cooperative policing. Steve Peterson is President and CEO of the Landmark Security Group LLC and Blue Steel Security LLC, both of which are security consulting firms in Chicago. He supervised the G20 event for the wives of the heads of state in Los Cabos Mexico in June Steve served with the Chicago Police Department from 1972 to From 2008 until he retired, he served as Deputy Superintendent, Bureau of Investigative Services, supervising the Detective, Organized Crime, and Intelligence Divisions in the Chicago Police Department. This Bureau was made up of over four thousand sworn and civilian members with a budget of over two million dollars. Other positions he held with the Chicago Police Dept. include Commander of Area Four Detectives overseeing over 250 detectives and as Commander of Airport Law Enforcement in charge of both O Hare International and Midway International airports, where he developed the Chicago Police Department s strategy for airport security in response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. He also served as a Sgt. in the Violent Crimes Division supervising homicide and sex detectives; FBI Task Force member investigating organized crimes, bank robberies and fugitives; and as a Field Lt. in the Patrol Division. Among his many accomplishments, Steve initiated the new Narcotics Section within the Organized Crime Division resulting in increased seizures of narcotics, vehicles and money, and he transferred the Gang Officers to the Organized Crime Division to provide a proactive approach to gang suppression citywide. Larry Sachs has been with the Chicago Police Department since 2004, serving as the CPD Director of Grants Management since He and his team are responsible to understand the full range of CPD s public safety needs and to meet those needs by applying for and managing government, corporate and foundation grant funding to maintain and improve existing police functions and to develop new law enforcement capacities and initiatives. Prior to that, he served with the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, where he managed the Illinois Juvenile Accountability Block Grant Program. In both settings, Mr. Sachs work has focused on partnership with government agencies and NGOs to improve community safety and quality of life. Previously, he served for 30 years in the adult and juvenile divisions of the Illinois Department of Corrections in positions including counselor, program developer, assistant warden, clinical services director, and statewide manager of juvenile classification and placement. During many of those years, Mr. Sachs developed and implemented policy and staff training programs, and he was responsible to achieve and maintain operational compliance with national accreditation standards. He is co-founder, first president and current Board member of the Illinois Balanced and Restorative Justice Initiative, whose mission is to enhance public safety through the use of restorative justice principles and practices.

6 POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR FUTURE PUBLIC SAFETY SUMMITS II. CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH GRASS-ROOTS ACTION Neighborhood Watches Neighborhood Networks Community Policing III. FROM INCARCERATION TO RE-ENTRY Restorative Justice through Alternatives to Incarceration and Re-Entry Programs. IV. ADDRESSING ADDICTION AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES What Works, What Doesn t Impact of Singer Mental Health Facility Closing To submit ideas for future Public Safety Summit topics, please send your suggestions to or leave a message at (815)

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