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Administration Division

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Cook County Sheriff's PoliceThe Administrative Division of the Sheriff’s Police oversees areas of the department tasked with public records and communication, and maintaining organization of records, property and inventory.

911 Communications Center
The Sheriff’s Police Emergency-911 Communications Center handles an average of 350 calls for service every day.  In addition to the unincorporated areas of the county, calls originating from the Forest Preserve, as well as the towns of Dixmoor, Ford Heights, Golf, Northlake, Phoenix, Robbins and Stone Park are received by telecommunicators.

Telecommunicators also monitor officer activity for areas of the Sheriff’s Office, including the Bomb Squad, three K-9 Units, Evictions, Electronic Monitoring, and the Graffiti Removal Unit. The Sheriff’s Police 911 Center was the second in Illinois to implement technology allowing a cell phone call to be traced to within 50 feet of the caller, instead of just the closest tower.

Additionally, telecommunicators attend community events, such as National Night Out and the Illinois State Fair, helping children make practice 911 calls, and in 2009 they received their 3rd CALEA Accreditation.

Evidence and Recovered Property Section
The Evidence and Recovered Property Section is responsible for the safekeeping of all property which is seized, recovered or found by the Sheriff’s Police and other Sheriff’s Office personnel, including Court Services deputies, the Evictions Unit and Cook County Jail officers, as well as the Forest Preserve Police and some outside agencies.

Personnel in the Evidence and Recovered Property Section are responsible for the chain-of-custody of all evidence, the maintenance of accurate records for court presentations and transporting evidence to and from the Illinois State Police Crime Lab as well as the Northeastern Regional Lab for testing.

The Evidence and Recovered Property Section are also responsible for the storage and return of all arrestee’s personal property.

More than 120,000 pieces of evidence are inventoried annually, including weapons, illegal narcotics, counterfeit merchandise, stolen items and evidence in violent crimes.

Records Section
The Records Section is the main repository for all written reports generated by the Sheriff’s Police. Clerks in the records division process these daily reports so that they are available upon request. All reports are classified according to crime and compiled into statistical information, which is reported to state and federal agencies as required by law.

The Records Section receives nearly 20,000 requests for records annually, from citizens, other law enforcement agencies and in response to court issued subpoenas.

All department records and files are maintained and secured in the records division and made available according to federal and state laws.

Police Training Academy
The Sheriff’s Police Training Academy, located at Triton College in River Grove, Illinois, is one of six accredited Illinois law enforcement training institutions for police officers. The Academy provides a full-service, 400-hour Basic Recruit Training Program for new Sheriff’s Police officers, as well as for municipal and other suburban police agencies.

Additionally, the Academy provides in-service training for all Sheriff’s Police officers on an annual basis and regularly partners with outside agencies to host other specialized training opportunities.

For more information contact the Academy at ccspd.training@cookcountyil.gov or
708-583-3152.

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