Illinois Chiefs Ten Shared Principles

Historic Partnership Since 2015: TEN SHARED PRINCIPLES

Illinois Chiefs and NAACP Illinois State Conference collaborate to build trust with Ten Shared Principles


In seven minutes (video), learn all about the Ten Shared Principles and their impact

Click here for summary of the Ten Shared Principles

Action item:
CLICK HERE TO HAVE YOUR AGENCY ADOPT THE TEN SHARED PRINCIPLES (it takes two minutes)

List of all agencies, organizations, and communities that have adopted these Principles

June 16, 2020
Illinois Municipal League affirms support for these Ten Shared Principles

May 1, 2020
President James Black sees advancing Ten Shared Principles as a priority in next two years

June 27, 2019 (video below)
World Cafe Summit: A gathering of more than 150 people from all parts of Illinois to build trust and collaborate on how to implement the Ten Shared Principles.

March 1, 2019 (video below)
For the first time, a group of college students discusses the Shared Principles, with the Illinois Chiefs meeting at the University of Illinois Springfield and getting feedback on the principles. 

 

Since March 22, 2018
Local police agencies around the state adopt the Ten Shared Principles as their own. Many did so at a local ceremony. Here is a list of agencies adopting the principles.

March 22, 2018
Leaders from both organizations gather in the Old State Capitol, Springfield - where Lincoln gave his "House divided" speech in 1858 - to sign their Affirmation of Shared Principles after three years of conversations and dialogue.

This event received extensive statewide and national coverage. Here are fifteen news stories.

 

Teresa Haley, NAACP Illinois State Conference and then ILACP President James Kruger, Jr. at the Old State Capitol in Springfield Illinois on March 22, 2018.

February 2018

The ILACP's Command magazine covered the rich history of nearly three years of collaboration with an article,