Chicago Police DepartmentSpecial Order S04-14-02
Traffic Court Citing and Scheduling
Issue Date:02 May 2018Effective Date:02 May 2018
Rescinds:03 September 2015 version
Index Category:Preliminary Investigations
I.Purpose
This directive:
  • A.explains the Traffic Court Key Letter Group System.
  • B.explains procedures for issuing a Personal Service Citation.
  • C.changes the requirements for posting bond for petty traffic offenses.
  • D.updates procedures for mandatory court appearances for multiple minor traffic offenses.
  • E.provides procedures for witnesses to Personal Service Citations.
  • F.explains procedures for mail in options, mandatory appearances, and court info upon the issuance of Personal Service Citations alone or in combination with other charges.
  • G.explains traffic court call dates.
  • H.provides procedures for requests for "nonsuits" of Personal Service Citations.
  • I.describes procedures for making corrections to court appearance date errors.
  • J.continues responsibilities of the Information Services Division (ISD).
  • K.satisfies CALEA Law Enforcement Standard Chapter 61.
II.Traffic Court Key Letter Group System
The Traffic Court Key Letter Group System consists of court-key letter designations based on the twenty-six letters of the alphabet, Major, Alternate Major, and Minor Courtrooms and their respective court call-times.
  • A.The Court Citing Date Card - Traffic (CPD-22.911) will be prepared each year by the Traffic Court Unit in conjunction with the Research and Development Division. The Court Citing Date Cards will normally be distributed to all sworn members prior to 1 November of each year.
  • B.All sworn members will be assigned a Traffic Court key letter group to be used when issuing Personal Service Citations and scheduling traffic violators for Traffic Court.
  • C.All sworn members assigned a Traffic Court key letter group will be responsible for knowing their assigned court-key letter designation, courtroom numbers, and court call times. This information may be entered in the spaces provided on the reverse side of their Court Citing Date Card - Traffic (CPD-22.911).
    NOTE:
    Members will verify their key letter designations, courtroom numbers and court call times via the CLEAR APPLICATIONS Court Key application.
  • D.When sworn members not assigned to a Traffic Court key letter group issue a Personal Service Citation, they will:
    • 1.use the Traffic Court key letter designation “A.”
    • 2.select a court date as provided in Item VI-B of this directive from the Court Citing Date Card-Traffic (CPD-22.911) for the:
      • a.0900 hours court call in Room 404 for offenses returnable to a Major courtroom.
      • b.1100 hours court-call in Room CL07 for offenses returnable to a Minor courtroom.
    • 3.contact the Traffic Court Unit for a court key assignment.
  • E.The Traffic Court Unit will initially assign personnel to the twenty-six Traffic Court key letter groups, as well as reassign personnel within the key letter groups in order to maintain a balance in court caseloads and personnel distribution.
  • F.Requests for changes to a sworn member's Traffic Court key letter group will be addressed to the Commanding Officer, Traffic Court Unit, by the sworn member's commanding officer via a To-From-Subject report.
  • G.Sworn members will retain their Traffic Court key letter group assignments when promoted, transferred, or detailed to another unit.
  • H.Sworn members assigned to only one minor courtroom call who issue Personal Service Citations to more than thirty-five individuals (including traffic violators that qualify for the Court Diversion Program) for the same court key date will immediately notify the Traffic Court Unit for a court-call caseload evaluation.
  • I.Sworn members having multiple court-call times in any one courtroom will assign no more than thirty-five traffic violators receiving Personal Service Citations (including traffic violators that qualify for the Court Diversion Program) to the first court-call time and the next thirty-five traffic violators (including traffic violators that qualify for the Court Diversion Program) to the next consecutive court-call time and so on.
  • J.Whenever a sworn member is transferred into the Traffic Section and assigned to traffic enforcement duties, the Commanding Officer, Traffic Section, will contact the Traffic Court Unit in order to obtain a new Minor Courtroom assignment.
  • K.The assigned Traffic Court key letter group of each sworn member will be identified and taken into consideration by responsible supervisory personnel when:
    • 1.determining dates of suspension (other than immediate suspension) or disciplinary action under summary punishment.
    • 2.approving requests for compensatory time, personal days, and baby furlough days.
    • 3.preparing schedules and assignments to special events and details other than those of an immediate, emergency nature.
    • 4.scheduling regularly offered training or classes.
    • 5.taking any other action that might cause the sworn member to be absent from Traffic Court on his or her regularly assigned court date.
III.Issuing Personal Service Citations
  • A.After safely stopping a motorist for committing a traffic offense, the sworn member will:
    • 1.take all necessary precautions not to impede or obstruct vehicular traffic.
    • 2.exit the police vehicle and approach the motorist in a cautious, safety-minded manner.
    • 3.present a professional image and avoid unnecessary conversation, such as personal affairs, politics, penalties, etc., other than the subject violation, bond option, or court diversion procedures.
    • 4.politely inform the driver of:
      • a.the member’s rank and name, and
      • b.the reason and purpose of the vehicle stop.
    • 5.inform the driver of the requirement to produce his or her driver’s license or permit and proof of insurance upon demand.
    • 6.accept the driver’s license and proof of insurance and address the driver by using the driver’s last name and the appropriate title (Mr or Ms).
      NOTE:
      Sworn members should examine the back of the driver’s license for the presence of a renewal sticker.
    • 7.if the driver is not in possession of a valid driver’s license, issue the appropriate citation and complete the required information in the shaded portion on the back of the “Court Copy of Complaint” copy of the Personal Service Citation and indicate the form of independent identification used to verify the identity of the driver.
  • B.When handling traffic violations for persons that are exempt and/or require special processing, sworn members will adhere to the following procedures:
    • 1.Non-residents - pursuant to 625 ILCS 5/6-306.4, the processing of a nonresident traffic violator will depend on whether the violator is a resident of a state which is a member of the Nonresident Violator Compact. Department members will refer to the procedures delineated in the Department directive "Bond Procedures – Nonresident Violator Compact" for further instruction on issuing non-resident citations.
    • 2.Juveniles - pursuant to 705 ILCS 405/5-125 any minor cited for a traffic violation may be prosecuted for the violation. Department members will also refer to the procedures delineated in the Department directive entitled "Processing of Juveniles and Minors Under Department Control."
    • 3.Legislators and Military Personnel - pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/107-7, in all cases except treason, felony, or breach of the peace: electors shall be privileged from arrest during their attendance at election, and in going to and returning from the same, senators and representatives shall be privileged from arrest during the session of the General Assembly, and in going to and returning from the same; and the militia shall be privileged from arrest during their attendance at musters and elections, and in going to and returning from the same.
    • 4.Court Personnel - pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/107-7, judges, attorneys, clerks, sheriffs, and other court officers shall be privileged from arrest while attending court and while going to and returning from court.
    • 5.Foreign Diplomats/Consular Officials - under accepted international law and bilateral agreements, certain foreign mission personnel are not subject to arrest. Department members will also refer to the procedures delineated in the Department directive entitled "Procedures for Responding to Incidents Involving Foreign Mission Personnel and Foreign Diplomats."
  • C.When preparing a Personal Service Citation for any violation of the Illinois Vehicle Code or Title 9 of the Chicago Municipal Code, the sworn member will check the appropriate offense box or enter the numeric reference and a brief description of the offense as it appears in the Illinois Vehicle Code or Title 9 of the Chicago Municipal Code on all copies of the Personal Service Citation, following the examples listed below.
    NOTE:
    Do not check more than one offense box on the Personal Service Citation. Only one charge per citation.
    • 1.State Offense:
      625 ILCS 5/11-503 Reckless Driving
    • 2.Municipal Offense:
      9-20-010(b) Wrong direction, one-way street / alley signs posted.
  • D.When preparing a Personal Service Citation, sworn members will ensure all:
    • 1.required information is printed clearly and legibly.
    • 2.citations issued to traffic violators are turned in to their unit of assignment or detail before the end of their tour of duty.
  • E.After preparing a Personal Service Citation, the sworn member will advise the traffic violator of the following bond options:
    • 1.Executing a written promise to comply for petty offenses by signing each individual ticket.
      • a.This option is only available to residents of Illinois, or to licensees from states in the Nonresident Violator Compact. See Special Order S06-13-01 "Bond Procedures -- Nonresident Violator Compact".
      • b.If the traffic violator refuses to sign, then normal bonding procedures will apply. See Special Order S06-13 "Bond Procedures".
      • c.Citations for overloaded trucks in violation of 625 ILCS 5/15-111 are not eligible.
    • 2.Posting a valid Illinois Drivers License for the non-petty offenses listed in Special Order S6-13, "Bond Procedures".
    • 3.Executing a bond at a district station.
      NOTE:
      Other than the assigned desk personnel, Department members will not discuss the amount of the cash bond with traffic violators.
  • F.The “Booked At” box of the Personal Service Citation will be completed only when the traffic violator is brought to a booking district/unit as a traffic violator bonding (TVB) or to be processed for an arrest.
    • 1.When the issuing sworn member is assigned or detailed to the booking district, the "Police Department Copy" and the "Traffic Stop Statistical Study Copy" will be turned in and processed at the booking district by the unit citation clerk.
    • 2.When the issuing sworn member is assigned or detailed to a unit other than the booking district, he or she will retain the “Police Department Copy” and the and the "Traffic Stop Statistical Study Copy" of the citation and turn it in to their unit of assignment or detail for processing by the unit citation clerk.
  • G.In rare instances, a sworn member may encounter a person who has committed a “minor” traffic offense and is unable to present any form of a bond due to incapacitation because of medical treatment or hospitalization. In such cases the sworn member will:
    • 1.follow the procedures for conducting a name check as outlined in the Department directive entitled “Traffic Violators, Name Checks, and Bonding.”
    • 2.issue a Personal Service Citation and, instead of the usual bonding procedure, check the “Other” box on the citation and write “incapacitated driver” on the line provided.
      NOTE:
      A court appearance is mandatory for violators who fall into this category. Follow procedures in Item V-B of this directive.
  • H.A sworn member who has accepted a valid bail-security document will:
    • 1.insert face-up and from left to right the bail-security document into the plastic bail-security document pouch.
    • 2.ensure that the bail-security document is visible and readable through the clear plastic, from left to right.
    • 3.fold the longer flap from left to right, closing the pouch, insuring that the bail-security document will not slip out.
    • 4.staple the pouch where indicated to the lower left-hand corner of the "Court Copy of Complaint" of the Personal Service Citation.
    • 5.ensure that the bail-security document pouch is secured to the citation(s).
IV.Witnesses
  • A.Sworn members issuing Personal Service Citations will provide all witnesses with the:
    • 1.defendant's name,
    • 2.Personal Service Citation number(s),
    • 3.court appearance information, if an appearance is required. The officer will complete a Court Appearance Information Form (CPD-11.552) to give to the complainant and/or witness.
      NOTE:
      If the defendant is eligible for the Court Diversion Program, the complaining witnesses will be advised to telephone the  Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County for any further information regarding a future court appearance date.
    • 4.Records Division (RD) Number of the Traffic Crash Report, if any.
  • B.In cases when a person is listed as a witness on a Personal Service Citation, the issuing sworn member will:
    • 1.complete the witness information on an “Additional Witness Information – Personal Service Citation” form (CPD-22.114).
      NOTE:
      The witness’ phone numbers will not be placed on the citation itself.
    • 2.attach the “Additional Witness Information – Personal Service Citation” form to the Personal Service Citation.
  • C.The unit citation clerk on a daily basis will:
    • 1.remove any Additional Witness Information forms from their corresponding Personal Service Citations and forward these forms via the Police Document Section to the Traffic Court Unit (148).
    • 2.return all Personal Service Citations without the required Additional Witness Information – Personal Service Citation form to the appropriate station supervisor for corrective action.
V.Court Information for Personal Service Citations
  • A.Single Minor Traffic Offense Not Requiring a Court Appearance
    • 1.When issuing a single Personal Service Citation not requiring an appearance in court as specified in the Department directive entitled "Mandatory Court Appearance" the issuing sworn member will be responsible for placing an “X” in the “YOU MUST MAIL” box of the Personal Service Citation.
    • 2.The issuing sworn member will then provide the driver with the “Driver's Copy” and “Mail-In Copy” of the Personal Service Citation along with the Court Diversion Program Documents and Envelope, all of which contain instructions and describe various diversion options available to the driver instead of a Traffic Court appearance date.
    • 3.When it is determined that a violator will be additionally charged with an outstanding warrant(s) and is unable to post bond, the issuing sworn member will enter his or her Traffic Court key letter designation, appropriate courtroom number, and time on the Personal Service Citation, AND WILL NOT ENTER A COURT DATE.
      NOTE:
      This is in addition to placing an "X" in the "You Must Mail" box of the Personal Service Citation.
  • B.Single Minor Traffic Offense(s) - Requiring a Court Appearance
    • 1.When issuing Personal Service Citations to a traffic violator for minor traffic offense(s) requiring an appearance in court as specified in the Department directive entitled "Mandatory Court Appearance," the Personal Service Citation(s) will be returnable to the issuing sworn member’s Minor Courtroom in Traffic Court.
      NOTE:
      "Minor" traffic offenses are non-jailable offenses. "Minor" traffic offenses specifically exclude those offenses returnable to Major or Alternate Major Courtrooms.
    • 2.Issuing sworn members will place an "X" in the "YOU MUST APPEAR IN ROOM NUMBER" box and enter their Minor Courtroom number, court key date, and time.
    • 3.The procedures relating to providing Court Diversion Program documents to a violator will not apply.
  • C.Multiple Minor Traffic Charges
    • 1.The policy of the Department is to eliminate the needless placing of multiple charges against traffic violators unless the violation falls within the exceptions to the most serious charge provision as outlined in Item V-C-2 of this directive.
    • 2.Exceptions to the most serious charge provision include:
      • a.Reckless Homicide, aggravated offenses relating to motor vehicles, and/or other vehicle felonies along with any other offense(s).
      • b.Driver’s license offenses, vehicle registration offenses, and compliance violations, along with any other offense(s).
      • c."Driving while under the influence of alcohol, other drug or drugs, intoxicating compound or compounds, or any combination thereof," along with any other offense(s) which called the attention of the officer to the violator.
      • d.Mandatory insurance offenses, along with any other offense(s).
      • e.Seat safety-belt offenses, along with any other offense(s).
    • 3.In accordance with Illinois Supreme Court Rule 503, offenses arising from multiple charges require a mandatory court appearance. Issuing sworn members will place an "X" in the "YOU MUST APPEAR IN ROOM NUMBER" box and enter their Minor Courtroom number, court key date, and time. The motorist will be required to attend the issued court date EXCEPT:
      • a.when court appearances are not otherwise required for each of the individual charges and the motorist elects to post a separate cash bond on each charge in which the total amount does not exceed $500, or
      • b.when court appearances are not otherwise required for each of the individual charges and the motorist elects to post a valid and approved bond certificate for all charges in which the total amount does not exceed $500.
    • 4.A motorist who elects to post bond may choose to attend the assigned court date provided on the citation. If the motorist elects not to attend the assigned court date provided on the citation, the motorist will have consented to ex parte judgement for each charge.
    • 5.When a motorist elects to post a cash bond (which includes approved debit/credit cards), the motorist will be immediately escorted to the district facility in the district of occurrence in accordance with the Department directive entitled "Bond Procedures." Proper field bonding procedures, such as a promise to comply signature on each citation, will take place before a motorist is escorted to a district facility to post a cash bond.
      NOTE:
      Sworn members are reminded that bond for each petty offense is $120. Bonding for citations under Rule 503 will not exceed four total citations.
    • 6.When multiple Personal Service Citations are issued to one person, the same officer will issue all Personal Service Citations with the same court date, courtroom, and court call based on the most serious offense cited.
  • D.Alternate Major Court Room
    • 1.Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses, 625 ILCS 5/6-303 (Driving while driver’s license, permit or privilege to operate a motor vehicle is suspended or revoked), or 625 ILCS 5/6-507(b) (Driving a commercial motor vehicle while such person’s driving privilege, license or permit is suspended, revoked, canceled, subject to disqualification or subject to or in violation of an “Out-of-Service” Order) are returnable to the Alternate Major Courtroom.
    • 2.When 625 ILCS 5/6-303 or 625 ILCS 5/6-507(b) is the ONLY misdemeanor traffic offense, the Personal Service Citation issued for that offense and any other accompanying Personal Service Citations issued for “minor” traffic offenses and/or compliance violations will be returnable to the issuing sworn member’s assigned Alternate Major Courtroom in Traffic Court on the member’s court key date and assigned MINOR Courtroom Time.
    • 3.Issuing sworn members will place an "X" in the "YOU MUST APPEAR IN ROOM NUMBER" box and enter their Alternate Major Courtroom number, court key date, and assigned MINOR Courtroom Time.
    • 4.The procedures relating to providing Court Diversion Program documents to a violator will not apply.
    • 5.Issuing sworn members will not appear in their Alternate Major Courtroom unless notified by the Traffic Court Unit or by subpoena.
  • E.Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses – Returnable to a Major Courtroom
    • 1.All jailable Class A, B, and C misdemeanor traffic offenses of the Illinois Vehicle Code, other than traffic offenses assigned to the Alternate Major Courtroom, will be returnable to the Major Courtroom. Examples include:
      * Contact Felony Review and follow procedures in the Department directive entitled “Felony Review By Cook County State’s Attorney” when upgrading to felony charges.
    • 2.All persons charged with the following will be scheduled to appear in the issuing sworn member's Major Courtroom in Traffic Court:
      • a.a misdemeanor traffic offense or;
      • b.a combination of a misdemeanor traffic offense(s) and either:
        • 1.non-traffic misdemeanor or ordinance offense(s), or
        • 2.minor traffic offense(s), or
        • 3.compliance violation(s) (See the directive entitled “Parking and Compliance Violations.”)
      EXCEPTION:
      When the only misdemeanor traffic offense is 625 ILCS 5/6-303 or 625 ILCS 5/6-507(b) and there is no accompanying non-traffic misdemeanor / ordinance offense(s), the case will be scheduled to the Alternate Major Courtroom, as outlined in Item V-D of this directive.
    • 3.Issuing sworn members will place an "X" in the "YOU MUST APPEAR IN ROOM NUMBER" box and enter their Major Courtroom number and court key date and time.
    • 4.The procedures relating to providing Court Diversion Program documents to a violator will not apply.
  • F.Issuing Personal Service Citations in conjunction with a felony, misdemeanor, jailable non-traffic ordinance offense, or juvenile arrest
    • 1.When issuing a Personal Service Citation for a traffic offense in conjunction with a felony, misdemeanor, or jailable non-traffic ordinance offense returnable to a felony, misdemeanor, or ordinance branch court or a juvenile arrest returnable to Juvenile Court, the issuing sworn member will enter his or her Traffic Court key letter designation, appropriate courtroom number, and time on the Personal Service Citation, AND WILL NOT ENTER A COURT DATE.
    • 2.All complaints, citations, and other court documents will be sent to the appropriate branch court hearing the most serious offense in accordance with the Department directive entitled "Court Call Schedule."
    • 3.When an arrestee is charged with 720 ILCS 5/9-3 "Reckless Homicide,” aggravated offenses relating to motor vehicles, and/or other vehicle felonies, a felony complaint will be used in lieu of a Personal Service Citation and the applicable provisions of the Department directives entitled “Processing Persons Under Department Control,” "Felony Review by Cook County State’s Attorney," and "Court Call Schedule" will be followed.
VI.Traffic Court Call Dates
  • A.Traffic Court calls are established for each sworn member by the Traffic Court Unit in conjunction with the Circuit Court of Cook County.
  • B.Court dates for defendants receiving traffic citations, including 625 ILCS 5/11-501(a) DUI, will be scheduled for court not less than 14 days but within 60 days from the date of issuance. If an officer’s court key or selected furlough places the court date outside the required 14 to 60 day court date time frame, officers will:
    • 1.when feasible, request their partner issue the citations to allow placement of the court date within the date restriction.
    • 2.when a partner is unable to issue the citation(s):
      • a.select an alternate court date other than their court key date that conforms to the affected time period.
        NOTE:
        The issuing officer will use only one non-court-key date for all traffic citations outside the affected time period.
      • b.notify the Traffic Court Unit prior to the assigned out-of-key court date for citations issued outside of their designated court key.
VII.Request for "Nonsuit" of a Personal Service Citation
  • A.Request for nonsuit of a Personal Service Citation can be made only when an error was made in preparing the original Personal Service Citation and a subsequent Personal Service Citation is issued. In all other circumstances, a Personal Service Citation must be adjudicated in Traffic Court.
  • B.At no time will a sworn member issue a subsequent Personal Service Citation unless the violator’s copies (“Driver’s Copy” and “Mail-In Copy”) of the original inaccurate Personal Service Citation can be retrieved and the violator is served with the violator’s copies of the subsequent Personal Service Citation.
  • C.The Request For Non-Suit of Personal Service Citation form (CPD-11.442) will be used in all instances when a Personal Service Citation is requested to be nonsuited. Under no circumstances will a Personal Service Citation be defaced by marking it "CANCELLED,” “NONSUIT,” "SPOILED," or "VOID.” Correction fluid (white-out) will not be used to make corrections or changes on the Personal Service Citation.
  • D.When an error is made on a Personal Service Citation and the issuing sworn member is unable to issue a subsequent Personal Service Citation, the issuing sworn member will:
    • 1.prepare a To-From-Subject report explaining the error and request the Personal Service Citation containing the error be processed as is. The To-From-Subject report and the Personal Service Citation will be submitted for approval through the chain of command to the first-level exempt commanding officer of the issuing sworn member’s unit.
    • 2.The To-From-Subject report, approved by the exempt commanding officer, will be attached to the “Court Copy of Complaint” of the Personal Service Citation and then processed consistent with the established procedures.
  • E.When it is necessary to request a "Nonsuit" judgment of a Personal Service Citation, the sworn member will:
    • 1.issue a subsequent Personal Service Citation to replace the Personal Service Citation containing the error. This Personal Service Citation will be processed in the normal manner.
    • 2.complete a Request For Non-Suit of Personal Service Citation form (CPD-11.442) for each Personal Service Citation to be nonsuited.
    • 3.attach all copies except the “Officer’s Copy” of the Personal Service Citation containing the error to the Request For Non-Suit of Personal Service Citation form (CPD-11.442). The violator’s copies MUST be included.
    • 4.submit the Personal Service Citation (containing the error) and the completed Request For Non-Suit of Personal Service Citation form (CPD-11.442) to the station supervisor or unit commanding officer of the issuing unit, who will forward the request to the first-level exempt commanding officer within their respective chain of command for approval.
  • F.The exempt commanding officer will determine the validity of the reason for the nonsuit request and will return to the issuing sworn member any nonsuit requests for which the reason is unacceptable. In addition, the commanding officer will ensure that the nonsuit request is reviewed for accuracy and completeness. The commanding officer will indicate approval by signing the formset and forwarding it to the issuing unit’s citation clerk for processing.
  • G.The issuing unit’s citation clerk will:
    • 1.make the entry of "Nonsuit" on the appropriate line of the corresponding Citation Control Sheet (CPD-11.496) in the "Remarks For CO" column and staple the Originating Unit Copy (pink) of the Request For Non-Suit of Personal Service Citation form (CPD-11.442) to the back of the Citation Control Sheet.
    • 2.list the Personal Service Citation containing the error on a separate Transfer Listing For Personal Service Citations (CPD-22.802). More than one such Personal Service Citation can be listed on this transfer listing.
    • 3.forward the white and yellow copies of the Transfer Listing, the Court Copy (white), and the Traffic Court Unit Copy (canary) of the Request For Nonsuit of Personal Service Citation form and the Personal Service Citation containing the error to the Commanding Officer, Traffic Court Unit (148), via the Police Documents Section.
  • H.The Commanding Officer, Traffic Court Unit, will ensure that the "Nonsuit" requests are presented to the court for adjudication.
VIII.Corrections in Court Appearance Information
  • A.The initial processing clerks assigned to the Traffic Court Unit will notify their supervising sergeant when errors in court appearance dates on Personal Service Citations are noted.
  • B.When correcting court-appearance date errors on Personal Service Citations, supervising sergeants assigned to the Traffic Court Unit will be responsible for:
    • 1.affixing a label indicating the correct court date to the “Court Copy of Complaint” over the section containing the incorrect court date.
    • 2.mailing a Notification of Rescheduled Traffic Court or Civil Law Case form (CPD-22.908) indicating the correct court date to the traffic violator.
    • 3.attaching a copy of the Notification of Rescheduled Traffic Court or Civil Law Case form (CPD-22.908) that was sent to the traffic violator to the “Court Copy of Complaint.”
IX.Information Services Division (ISD)
ISD will:
  • A.make accessible to the Traffic Court Unit the following reports:
    • 1.Sequential Star Listing.
    • 2.Sworn and Civilian Personnel Roster.
    • 3.Star Listing of Sworn Personnel.
  • B.On a daily basis, provide the Data Processing Section of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, with an electronic transmission of the Chicago Police Department Officers’ Star Listing.
(Items indicated by italic/double underline were added or revised)
Authenticated by: KC
Eddie T. Johnson
Superintendent of Police
18-031 RCL
PHONE BOOK:
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Circuit Court of Cook County, Clerk
312-603-5030