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Public Safety


Since the inception of Chicago's Alternative Policing Strategy (CAPS), the partnership between the Department and the community has proven overwhelmingly positive as we share in the responsibility to keep our neighborhoods safe. With your continued assistance, this approach to joint problem solving will continue to be an effective tool to fight crime throughout the city.



Commander Roderick D. Robinson

CAPS Sergeant Enrico Dixon

1438 W. 63rd Street 
Chicago, IL 60636

Phone: 312-747-8220
Fax: 312-747-6558
TTY: 312-747-6652
Twitter: ChicagoCAPS07


Commander Brian P. McDermott

CAPS Sergeant Matt Malloy


3420 West 63rd St 
Chicago, IL 60629

Phone: 312-747-8730
Fax: 312-747-8545
TTY: 312-747-8116
Twitter: ChicagoCAPS08


Commander Don J. Jerome

CAPS Sergeant John Verta

3120 S. Halsted St. 
Chicago, IL 60608

Phone: 312-747-8227
Fax: 312-747-5329
TTY: 312-747-9172
Twitter: ChicagoCAPS09

Locate My District / Beat

Look up your district information by address

Search Registered Gun Offenders

Search Registered Gun Offenders The Chicago Police Department maintains a list of gun offenders residing within the City of Chicago who are required to register under Chapter 8-26 of the Municipal Code of Chicago.

Prostitution Arrests

Prostitution Arrests The Chicago Police Department in conjunction with the Mayor's office have now made prostitution solicitors' information available online.

Community Alert

Keep updated on the recent incidents and happenings in your district

Search Registered Sex Offenders

The Chicago Police Department maintains a list of sex offenders residing in the City of Chicago who are required to register under the Sex Offender Registration Act, 730 ILCS 150/2, et seq.

Get Involved with CAPS

Thousands of residents around the City are working every day to make Chicago’s neighborhoods cleaner and safer for our families, children and senior citizens. Each does their part in ways that work for them. Here are some of the ways that you and your neighbors can get involved in making your neighborhood safer.


The Chicago Police provides interactive maps of crime data, registered offenders, community concerns, and Chicago Police locations.


Wanted View fugitives that are wanted by the Chicago Police Department. Anyone with information regarding these individuals should contact the Chicago Police Department with the Wanted Tipline beneath the photo or by calling 9-1-1.

Bike Registration

The Chicago Police Department urges you to register your bike with us. Registration can help CPD recover your bike if it is lost or stolen. 

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