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ISCC: Heroin is ‘Medical Emergency’

At the Illinois State Crime Commission heroin summit held Saturday, March 9th at Prairie State College, a panel of experts came together to facilitate public discussion of the epidemic of heroin use. Joseph Troiani, director of behavioral Health Programs at the Will County Health Department states that the heroin epidemic should be declared a medical
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The ISCC/PAL recognizes people in the State of Illinois who have made a difference

The ISCC acknowledges and recognizes the most eminent recipients of the communities with an annual honorary Awards Dinner. The ISCC closely follows the efforts of “special” individuals throughout the year; those who have committed themselves to outstanding and exemplary efforts in their areas of expertise to benefit the overall improvement of justice, legislation, youth mentoring,
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Commitment to youth

Through well-established boxing programs, at-risk youth have the opportunity to participate in an organized sport, which builds self-esteem as well as physical strength. Additionally, to be in the boxing program youngsters have to sign a pledge that they will be drug, alcohol, and antisocial-behavior free. Through this training the boxers have received positive recognition by
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The ISCC/PAL presented the largest gang informational program ever held

Beginning in September of 1993, the Commission has brought experts in the field of street gangs to communities throughout the state, informing thousands of citizens about these dangerous groups. The Illinois State Crime Commission has brought many issues to the forefront in the press, highlighting critical subjects that are often ignored or glossed over. Gang
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The list of exposes and investigations conducted by the ISCC is second to none

Exposed hate groups in Will County Alert on Methcathanone “CAT” Interviewed by Japanese press on urban terrorism Exposed heroin trafficking by the Nigerians Recommendation that youths lose drivers license for alcohol and/or drug possession Led petition drive to support funding the COPS program and the national funding for additional police officers Press Conference calling for
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The ISCC is recognized nationally for its use of rewards assisting in the closure of some of the most heinous crimes ever reported

The Crime Commission has also established the first cooperative program in Illinois which collects contributions from criminals and distributes it back to crime-fighting agencies. A witness protection fund has also been established to aid the judicial system in prosecutions. In November of 1995, the Crime Commission paid the $5,000 reward that led to the convictions
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The ISCC/PAL has received expressions of appreciation and praise from many

The Illinois State Crime Commission/Police Athletic League of Illinois has received expressions of appreciation and praise from many law enforcement agencies, government officials, and countless groups for its crime fighting efforts. “I applaud the efforts of the Illinois State Crime Commission in combating violence and providing children with healthy alternatives to gangs, guns and drugs.”
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United States Military Veterans Support

Sheriff’s Athletic League held an MMA fight in Chicago to benefit America’s Wounded Warriors. The ISCC/PAL-IL initiated and saw through to passage of the Veterans Preference Ordinance for Cook County, Illinois. Veterans Resource Fair at Roosevelt University where ISCC-RU Fast Track Program for Veterans was introduced. Veterans Career Fair at Roosevelt University with Illinois Security
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Anti-Terrorism Resistance and Assistance Program (ATRAP) training

Anti-Terrorism Resistance and Assistance Program (ATRAP) training for 100+ law enforcement agencies, Cicero, Illinois. This intensive program trains law enforcement in counter terrorism techniques: ATRAP training for 250 law enforcement agencies (local, state, federal and international) in Channahon, Illinois ATRAP training for law enforcement personnel from Arkansas, Alabama, Texas, and Louisiana ATRAP briefing to emergency
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ISCC and MADD combine efforts to curb drinking and driving.

ISCC and MADD combine efforts to curb drinking and driving. A drunk driver crash is simulated to raise awareness as a public event. Holidays have especially high incidents of alcohol related fatalities…Don’t be one!. Support your local Law enforcement, ISCC and MADD organizations in their effort to curb fatalities, through awareness, during National Sobriety Checkpoint
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