Information about law enforcement departments in the state.
Provides programs, services and training to reduce violence in the state.
Site of Illinois Police and Sheriff's News, providing news about organized crime in Chicagoland from the first U.S. union for police officers.
News, alert articles, buyer's guides, reasons to join list, members' area, and publications, such as Command magazine.
Provides support and networking programs and seeks to provide education and professional development of its members and the statutory duties of the Office of the Coroner. Includes death investigation resources, county listings, and a conferences and events calendar.
Establishing viable lines of communication and coordination of efforts among drug law enforcement entities in Illinois, to provide effective narcotics enforcement.
State Lodge and Labor Council. Representing over 35,000 law enforcement professionals within the state. Features news articles, legislative issues, and contacts.
The state agency responsible for professional standards for law enforcement and correctional officers. Includes resources, news, intern and police corps information.
A non-profit organization supported entirely by contributions from its membership programs. Serves to create a better communication and cooperation between sheriffs and encourage more professional training and growth. Overview of member programs and services provided.
Agency overview, information on crime, traffic and agency recruitment, and contact data. Also, features firearm owners and criminal history request forms for download.
State agency that seeks to remove political influence and provide a fair and equitable merit process for the selection of Illinois State trooper candidates and the officer promotion and discipline.
Promotes a fraternal bond, encourages social relationships, improves public relations and provides collective bargaining and legal defense benefits. Information on youth and scholarship programs, member benefits, legislative issues, merchandise, and contacts.
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