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October CAPS Meetings in Uptown

By Adeshina Emmanuel | September 26, 2014 5:35am
 A map of police beats in Uptown.
A map of police beats in Uptown.
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UPTOWN — Here's a list of CAPS community policing meetings scheduled in Uptown throughout October. The meetings offer residents a chance to discuss recent crime and other public safety concerns with police officers and officials.

Beat 2033: 7 p.m. Wednesday at Bezazian Library, 1226 W. Ainslie Ave.

Beat 2033 is bounded on the west by North Magnolia Avenue and on the east by North Kenmore Avenue. It spans from West Lawrence Avenue to West Argyle Street between Magnolia and North Broadway, and from Lawrence to Ainslie between Broadway and Kenmore. Beat 2033 holds meetings the first Wednesday of every other month.

Beat 1915: 7 p.m. Thursday at the Ruth Shriman House, 4040 N. Sheridan Rd.

Beat 1915 sits between the north-south boundaries of West Irving Park Road and West Montrose Avenue, and spans from its western boundary at North Clark street all the way east to the lake, where it includes most of Montrose harbor. The beat holds meetings the first Thursday of each month.

Beat 1913: 7 p.m. Oct. 7 at Truman College. 1145 W. Wilson Ave.

Beat 1913 spans from Lawrence south to Montrose, and from Clark east to Broadway. The beat holds meetings the first Tuesday of every month.

Beat 1914: 7 p.m. Oct. 8 at Clarendon Park, 4501 N. Clarendon Ave.

Beat 1914 sits between Montrose and Lawrence, and spans east from Broadway all the way to the lake shore. Beat 1914 holds meetings the second Wednesday of each month.

Beat 2024: 7 p.m. Oct. 16 at Margate Park, 4921 N. Marine Drive

Beat 2024 spans from Kenmore east to Marine Drive between Lawrence and Ainslie, and meets the third Thursday of each month.

If you have questions about CAPS or community policing meetings, call the 19th District CAPS office at 312-744-0064, or the 20th District CAPS office at 312-742-8770 Ext. 120.

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