Monday, May 14, 2018

25 violent and/or gun offenders have recently gone missing from EM.. This as shocking statistics are released showing less than 10% of accused felons spend anytime in the Cook County jail.

Update. CBS News Chicago is reporting 25 violent/gun offenders are on the loose after recently cutting EM bracelet.. 
http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2018/05/14/bracelet-cutters-gun-offenders-electronic-monitoring/

Only 25% of felony cases result in a D-Bond or cash Bond. 

50% of felony cases result in I-BOND or signature Bond.

15.4% of those released on Electronic Monitoring were charged with violent crimes and 33.8% with weapons-related crimes.

Of those who were required to pay cash bond, 53.5% were ordered to pay $1,000 or less and 38.4% had to pay $500 or less.

And despite Sheriff Dart's assertions that EM has just recently become overwhelmed, the stats actual indicate a decrease in EM since the new bond policy... This was result of significant increase I-Bonds for felony defendants. 

The number of defendants in community corrections programs increased from 1,986 in August 2013 to 2,300 before the new bail policy was implemented and stood at 2,073 on May 10, 2018. All but a few of those in community corrections programs are on electronic monitoring.





44 comments:

  1. Keep voting Democrat the party of criminals, illegal aliens, and trannies!

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  2. Just think what if Judge Evans revokes those bonds. The Sheriff's Budget has the same amount of staff now as with 2000 additional inmates. He would have to account for the 400 non bidded offficers in his speciality unit and maybe some of those policy making Directors could learn how to count a DECK

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    1. EM isn’t even 100 investigators, and they’re all bidded. Fugitive warrants on the other hand only has 7 guys in the unit. Time to roll them into EM and let them clean this mess up. That was the plan before Miller took over and turned everything to shit anyway

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    2. Director Miller, known abuser of mind numbing liquids.

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    3. EM is bidded? I must have missed that spot at the bids...

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    4. This seems like a prime opportunity for both sides (Teamsters and administration) to shift staff and appease both sides. DOC is bloated with staff and EM is dying for bodies. Seems like the natural time for Teamsters to rally and say they saved jobs by sending a bunch from DOC to EM and administration gets to tell the media they just added numbers to EM to combat this problem. Win win.

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    5. Seniority bid plus...there are requirements you need to meet. Just cuz you’ve got 25 years on and can’t see your dick anymore doesn’t mean you can come over. It’s the same thing, it’s bidded

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    6. Don’t do it. Don’t be on the bottom of any list.

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    7. They recently had a PAT for EM, and stopped the testing process after the soda tax was shot down.

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  3. Dart is so full of shit. He created this mess and didn't care until backlash from Commander Bauer death. This is nothing new.

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  4. Funny. No staff to find AWOL inmates but plenty to do home checks on officers?!?! Wtf

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    1. They will continue to have the bodies because its Overtime for these sgts and Lts. OT dried up so imagine someone calls you and says hey how would you like to go take a squad car and go disappear for 8 hours?? As much as we may hate these guys for doing this (Especially the bald rat Sgt from exops who VOLUNTEERS on his off days to burn staff) they are just doing it for the OT

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    2. Absolutely I do it for overtime. Why do we ha e jobs? So we can make $ and take care of our families. I’m quite sure if given the opportunity to $65.00 an hour to check on 6 officers you would do it too.

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    3. What goes around comes around. Just remember this when u take that bogus summer IOD like clockwork or you call off medical someday and someone is knocking on your door. It's all fun and games until they come knock on your door.

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    4. I would do it but still cover for them yes they were all at home!

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    5. It's disgusting Teamsters ratting out fellow Teamsters.

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    6. Shitbags got us in this situation why cover for them?

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  5. There's no way Evans will revoke any of those bonds!

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  6. OT:
    Today, the Illinois state Senate Judiciary Committee will be hearing Senate Amendment 3 to Senate Bill 337, which would shut down your local gun stores with onerous red tape and regulations. Governor Bruce Rauner has previously vetoed two of these egregious dealer licensing bills, but anti-gun legislators are not giving up. Please contact members of the Senate Judiciary Committee and urge them to OPPOSE SA 3 to SB 337. In addition, please sign the witness slip (OPPOSE) for SA 3 to SB 337.

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  7. How about "chipping" these criminals? A micro chip installed at different locations in the body. Treat them like the fucking animals they are!

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    1. Just like in Demolition Man!

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  8. They have the half the inmates but about the same amount of guards from 10 years ago. Why not take a few hundred guards and move them to EM. Never seen a more dysfunctional run office.

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    1. Most of them can’t pass the power test to get over there.

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    2. And they keep on living that dream saying they are grandfathered in and shouldn't have to take it!

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  9. Makes to much sense that's why .

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  10. All you union employees keep voting for Dart. All of you an your families are very low informed voters.

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    1. Just because your in a Union doesn’t means your safe under this administration they can careless about the people actually doing the work.

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    2. I wish Republicans would give up on their anti-union right to work cheap labor crap. They care too much for the rich a little socialism is good for society there should be no taxes up to $100,000 someone making $500,000 and $50,000,000 should not pay the same tax rate I don't want to live in a poor country.

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    3. So tell us how to be informed like you, Mr. Rush Limbaugh adjective user? Do you realize how stupid you sound when you say "low-informed," "low-information," and the rest of the nonsense you spew? If the Repubs had it their way, you'd be working for half of what you are now. They see you as an expense. Keep talking shit on 19th Ward blog about the Irish, you half-wit.

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    4. Sure sounds like he hit a nerve with you. You must be one of darts relatives.

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  11. You people are so damn unbelievable first you rip on Dart, then each other! How do you expect to get anything done when you are so divided? Don’t you realize that how they beat you “divide and conquer” if you don’t want Dart to stay, then you must stay as one. If you want the shitbag to stay, I guess that’s your right.
    I have to post on this also

    AnonymousMay 16, 2018 at 5:46 AM
    They have the half the inmates but about the same amount of guards from 10 years ago. Why not take a few hundred guards and move them to EM. Never seen a more dysfunctional run office.

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    AnonymousMay 16, 2018 at 9:57 AM
    Most of them can’t pass the power test to get over there.

    My response would have been Deputies not guards also; remember EM Investigators when you slot is eliminated you come back to the jail.

    I can pass any power test out there, that said, in what other Department do you have to take a power test (except SWAT, SORT, ERT or any other acronyms) to go from one unit to another? I ask because I believe crooked county is the only one.

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    1. Lot of departments you do. Hell in CPD you had to take a power text to get carbine qualified.

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    2. The county is setting a precedent with moving people from closed spots. Dwjs to em? Prerelease to em? Boot camp to em?? Em are investigators, they’ll have a plethora of landing spots IF em ever folds, which it won’t anytime soon. Use of force, CIID, video review, all investigative spots that a quick lawsuit will take care of.

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    3. Is it a real POWER TEST or are they still using women standards?

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    4. EM has always been a real power test. That’s why most of the people from the jail can’t make it over. Court services was using the oldest female standards and people still couldn’t make it to courts

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    5. If were all equal now why can't women pass the same POWER test as men?

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    6. 1st it was the state power test, then people complained and the county realize 90% couldn't even pass it, so they switched to the pat test.

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    7. It's the same numbers as a POWER test, they call it a PAT for legal reasons.

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    8. The county is setting a precedent with moving people from closed spots. Dwjs to em? Prerelease to em? Boot camp to em?? Em are investigators, they’ll have a plethora of landing spots IF em ever folds, which it won’t anytime soon. Use of force, CIID, video review, all investigative spots that a quick lawsuit will take care of.


      UFRU, CIID, Video Unit have the Investigator stars, but not the pay. EM, and OPR get the pay.

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    9. My mistake valued info, still don’t agree you should be retested for transfers to other units within the same department unless the physical aspect is the majority of the job ie SORT, SWAT and ERT etc.. again this is my opinion. I am not going to rip on other units but some of these people get out of thier vehicles only for lunch. Juiced up or not, they are there and locked by union bid, all the complaining in the world won’t change it.
      We are in this together and should start acting like it! Stay safe.

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    10. No,no,no because the test I just ran was a PAT test were everyone has to do the "watered down version of the POWER test!

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  12. Yes, to go to Civil,Evictions and Child Support.

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  13. This whole state, county and city needs an enema. Start over with new leadership. Real leaders this time!
    Term limits, legal binding contracts for NO special positions with the opposition after the term is over, etc.
    Especially for a new D.O.C. union.

    Or someone with insider knowledge could grow some balls and do what is morally right and drop a LEGAL bomb on this (law enforcement) sheriff department. It could make all the difference to hundreds of families lives.

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