Caps Meeting, Beat 1932

Caps Meeting, Beat 1932

11 March 2019

Attend Your Beat Meeting

In order to stay informed about emerging crime and disorder issues, you should try to attend your beat meeting on a regular basis. Beat meetings are held by the Police Department on a regular basis, often once a month, in each of the City’s 281 beats. At the meeting, residents and beat officers discuss priority crime and disorder issues, as well as develop strategies to address those issues. Attending your beat meeting will give you the opportunity to get to know the officers that work on your beat, provide information about your and your neighbors concerns to police, meet other residents in your beat who may be working on similar issues, and bring back the latest information from police to your neighbors. 


Beat 1932 meetings are held at the New Life Church, 1110 West Lill Chicago, IL 60614 from 7:00-7:30 pm. Beat 1932 covers north to Belmont, east to Lincoln, south to Fullerton & west to Ashland.

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Community Policing in Chicago

Beginning in 1993, the Chicago Police Department has been committed to implementing a comprehensive community policing strategy – CAPS – that is designed to make residents an active partner in preventing and reducing crime in all of Chicago’s neighborhoods. That strategy recognizes that police, residents and other neighborhood stakeholders, and other City agencies have to work together to address all the conditions that can lead to crime. No one stands alone; each of us has a role to play in improving the quality of life in our communities.

19th District Community Policing Office, 312-744-0064

19th District Crime Updates here