ILACP TRAINING ON NEW MARIJUANA LAW AT FOUR LOCATIONS

Register here for any of the four locations

The marijuana trailer bill passed last week during VETO Session and is expected to be signed into law.

Those changes are mostly good for law enforcement. ILACP is putting together some training sessions to help you implement the new Cannabis Tax and Regulation Act. Our training will help get police departments and state’s attorneys on the same page when it comes to enforcement. 

Can be used for continuing education hours

Tentative schedule at each location:

  • Facilitated by Executive Director Ed Wojcicki
  • Highlights of the law most important to law enforcement, presented by ILACP leaders, including Chief Marc Maton, chair, ILACP Legislative Committee
  • Enforcement
    • Police Chiefs
    • State’s attorney’s perspective
  • Workforce issues (much improved in trailer bill)
  • Expungement 

    PLUS: A take-home guide for law enforcement

These are the four training locations and dates:

PEORIA - This session is at capacity and is closed
Thursday, Dec. 19, 1 to 4 p.m. Central Illinois Police Training Center (ICC campus), 5407 N. University Avenue.
Confirmed: Peoria County State’s Attorney Jodi Hoos.

O’FALLON
Friday, Dec. 20, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, O’Fallon Police Department.
Invited: Madison County State’s Attorney’s office
Confirmed: Steve Sallerson, St. Clair County State’s Attorney’s office

ELGIN
Thursday, Jan. 2, 2020, 1 to 4 p.m. Elgin Community College, Seigle Auditorium (E125) 
Confirmed: Winnebago County State’s Attorney Marilyn Hite Ross 
Confirmed: Kane County State's Attorney Joe McMahon


MOKENA
Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, 9 a.m. to 12 noon, Tuscany Falls Banquet Center, 9425 w. 191st Street.
Confirmed:
Allen Spellberg and Risa Lanier, Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office
Peter Wilkes, Will County State’s Attorney’s Office

Register here for any of the four locations

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  • On June 27, The Illinois NAACP State Conference and Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police joined to host a World Cafe Summit in downtown Peoria. Nearly 200 people attended the event, including Illinois Lieutenant Governor, Juliana Stratton. The event followed a series of 9 previous World Cafe discussions held around the state. The World Café Summit was designed to bring community and law enforcement leaders back together again to discuss the next steps for the 10 Shared Principles 

 

 

NAACP, ILACP announce
10 historic Shared Principles;
how to adopt them as your own

The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) and the Illinois NAACP State Conference announced an affirmation of 10 Shared Principles that are designed to bridge the gap of mistrust between police and communities of color. The first of its kind in our nation’s history, the March 22, 2018, agreement between an NAACP state conference and a statewide law enforcement agency identifies the common ground between local law enforcement and communities of color in their commitment to safe communities.

ILACP President Brian Fengel encourages all police departments to adopt these principles as your own and have your department's name added to the list on our website. 

Training Guide for local agencies about Ten Shared Principles

The document itself: Affirmation of Ten Shared Principles

Simple form to declare your adoption of the Shared Principles

List of agencies adopting the Shared Principles

Command magazine article providing more context and background (February 2018)