Chicago Police DepartmentSpecial Order S06-14
Foreign Mission Personnel and Foreign Nationals
Issue Date:10 April 2002Effective Date:11 April 2002
Rescinds:S02-05
Index Category:Processing Persons
I.Purpose
This directive:
  • A.defines Department policy relative to foreign mission personnel, arresting or detaining a foreign national, requests for asylum, illegal aliens, and reporting lost and found passports.
  • B.outlines Department members responsibilities when responding to incidents involving foreign mission personnel, arresting or detaining a foreign national, requests for asylum, illegal aliens, and reporting lost and found passports.
II.Chicago Police Department Consulate List Web Site
  • A.The Consulate List Web Site serves as an index of Chicago consulate offices and includes embassies and consulate offices of nations that are signatory members of the Vienna Convention but do not maintain an office in the Chicago area. The Web site can be accessed from the Consulate List Web Site link located at the Chicago Police Departments Intranet Services Web Site homepage. The database enables Department members to make notifications and to inform the general public of the location of consulate offices. Online versions of the Notice to Consular Officers of Arrest or Detention (NCOAD) - Mandatory-Reporting Country and the NCOAD - Non-Mandatory-Reporting Country are available from the Consulate List Web Site.
  • B.The Commander, Special Events and Liaison Section will be responsible for database security and maintenance and will, to the extent possible, ensure that the information provided therein is accurate.
  • C.Department members who become aware of changes in consulate-post information should notify the Special Events and Liaison Section.
III.Liaison to the United States Department of State
The Commander, Special Events and Liaison Section will:
  • A.serve as the Department Liaison to the State Department.
  • B.ensure that a photocopy of the appropriate documents and reports forwarded to the Section, as outlined in this directive, are mailed to the Director, US Department of State, Office of Foreign Missions
  • C.ensure that a file is maintained of the relevant documents and reports forwarded to the Section.
Terry G. Hillard
Superintendent of Police
00-153 VPT(PMD)
PHONE BOOK:
1.
U.S. Department of State, Office of Diplomatic Security, Command Center
1-202-647-7277
2.
U.S. Department of State, Office of Diplomatic Security, Command Center
1-202-647-7277
3.
U.S. Department of State, Office of Diplomatic Security, Command Center
1-202-647-7277
ADDENDA:
1.S06-14-01 - Procedures for Responding to Incidents Involving Foreign Mission Personnel and Foreign Diplomats
2.S06-14-02 - Procedures for the Arrest and Detention of Foreign Nationals
3.S06-14-03 - Responding to Incidents Involving Citizenship Status
4.S06-14-04 - Procedures for Responding to Requests for Asylum by Foreign Mission Personnel or Foreign Nationals
5.S06-14-05 - Procedures For Reporting Lost And Found Passports