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  • Originally posted by ochave000 View Post
    Speedy recovery to the trooper , sad about the civilian just trying to keep warm for the tow truck I hope the person who hit the trooper is charged accordingly if anything they violated Scott's law that time of night, rear ending a squad with all light on probably was under the influence of something
    2 counts AGG DUI

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    • Originally posted by Que_Dog7 View Post
      I spoke with Trooper Clark about running strategies for abt 10mins. He's still the instructor. Theres 13 going to D-Chgo,5 to D-1, 5 to D-2, 3 to D-5, 1 to D-6, 3 to D-7, 2 to D-8, 3 to D-10, 18 to D-15, 7 to D-16, 2 to D-20 and 1 to D-22.
      Trooper Clark...I still get scared when I hear that name. lol
      We don't "LOL" here. This isn't facebook or some text message between BFF's who are all OMG WTFJH and DYST? We type and speak as adults. Fix yourself.

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      • does anyone know where i can get police gear in the chicago / northsuburbs

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        • Kale uniform in Wheaton

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          • JG uniforms
            We don't "LOL" here. This isn't facebook or some text message between BFF's who are all OMG WTFJH and DYST? We type and speak as adults. Fix yourself.

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            • vcg uniforms. both vcg and jg uniforms are on near the 4900 block of irving park if i remember correctly.
              Alex: You do what you are Jezzie.

              Jezzie: You mean you are what you do.

              Alex: No, I mean, you do what you are. You're born with a gift. If not that, then you get good at something along the way. And what you're good at, you don't take for granted. You don't betray it.

              Jezzie: What if you do, betray your gift?

              Alex: Then you betray yourself. That's a sad thing.

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              • JG also 111th-Fairfield (2730 W.)

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                • For those of us currently in the elig. pool,
                  Hang in there! A class HAS to happen at some point this year. I have been reading Gov. Quinn's website daily and reading about millions of $$ being spent on improving the structures of various campuses/buildings, FINALLY $$ being spent on the demolition of the old Dixie Square Mall building(Was in a scene in the old skool Blues Bros. movie for all of ya youngsters who might not know)....
                  Anyways, my reason for even posting this is that he mentions in alot of his announcements, that while millions of $$ is being spent, it is creating new jobs at the same time.

                  Welllllll....recently there are numerous Troopers retiring which is no secret. Hopefully he will give ISP a little of that $$ to create new jobs for people on the ISP end. I'm just saying. I do realize there's a whole lotta politics involved...but I'm just saying....
                  And of course that idea sounds fine n dandy in a "perfect world"...but I know we are far from perfect. Gov. Quinn has some dough somewhere that he can use to fund CC120 so stay hopeful n positive people and more importantly....KEEP WORKIN' OUT and not get caught by surprise. Those of us who have been on this forum since the last 2 classes graduated have seen how flat and slow things are, only to go at full speed within an email and phone call....So excuse me while I go run for lunch. Some people like to eat a burger or whatever for lunch. Me? On Mon-Thur I love eating a quick 1.5mile for lunch! Feels so dang on good after that midday run. Friday mornings at 5:30am I love eating a 3-4mile run for breakfast and get that run outta the way early! :-D

                  Here's the link to Gov. Quinn's website that posts all the $$ being spent:

                  http://www.illinois.gov/news/newsgov.cfm

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                  • Does MSgt Lamb still teach the IVC at SLEA?

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                    • Originally posted by flydream777 View Post
                      Does MSgt Lamb still teach the IVC at SLEA?
                      Tpr. Hutchins taught me at the ISP academy
                      We don't "LOL" here. This isn't facebook or some text message between BFF's who are all OMG WTFJH and DYST? We type and speak as adults. Fix yourself.

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                      • Originally posted by flydream777 View Post
                        Does MSgt Lamb still teach the IVC at SLEA?
                        he did last year

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                        • He taught my academy class (11-03).

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                          • I think your right Que, just read in news that police will avoid any cuts to its budget.

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                            • I have this funny feeling....almost like my Spidey senses are tingling....or maybe just an overflow of hopeful energy that shortly after Gov. Quinn gives his proposed budget speech for FY2013, BI's will start. However, I also have confidence that CC120 definitely won't begin before the G8/NATO Summit because all ISP manpower will be on standby which means focus on a class cannot happen during that time span. Hell, as badly as I want this class to begin, I'd rather they use any $$ for a Cadet Class to ensure that the active Troops have ALL of the equipment needed to be prepared and have a safe week during the Summit....but preferably I would love both the Summit and Class to be adequately funded. There SHOULD be enough dough around since there was enough cash around to fund a new $37 million ISP Forensics Lab in Belleville last week. Just hopeful thinking :-D

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                              • Could be good for Cadet Class 120

                                Charles Thomas
                                More: Bio, Blog, Facebook, Twitter, News Team February 20, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Governor Pat Quinn plans to solve the state's fiscal crisis with deep budget cuts.


                                The governor will deliver his proposed budget on Wednesday.

                                Barely thirteen months after Quinn signed into law the largest income tax increase in state history, he will return to Springfield this week to ask for unprecedented spending cuts.

                                The governor's last public appearance before his Wednesday speech in Springfield was in south suburban Markham. There, he appeared during a Black History Month event honoring World War Two's Tuskegee Airmen.

                                Later, he told reporters his upcoming budget would literally turn back the clock on state spending.

                                "Our operations budget for the coming fiscal year is lower than it was in fiscal '08," said Quinn.

                                The governor will ask for 9 percent cuts in every state department and constitutional office, the only exceptions being education and the state police.

                                To raise revenue, he will ask lawmakers to close corporate tax loopholes.

                                He will outline his plan to reduce spending on the state pension system and for reforms and restructuring of the state's Medicaid system to save $2.7 billion.

                                "We have to reduce the spending in order to preserve the whole program," said Quinn. "If it isn't preserved and restructured it'll collapse."

                                It is unclear if the governor will ask lawmakers to borrow billions to pay the state's backlog of unpaid bills.

                                Lawmaker Mary Flowers worries the cuts could worsen the state's fragile economy.

                                "The more cuts you have, the deeper more people are going to go into poverty and the more the burden is going to be because there's more burden for people without their houses - more burden for people without their jobs - homelessness," said Rep. Mary Flowers (D-Chicago/South Suburbs).

                                The governor says he will ask the general assembly to increase spending on education, specifically for preschool children and tuition assistance for college students.

                                "Our education budget is up, it has to be, because that's how we're going to have good jobs today and tomorrow," said Quinn.

                                Back to the spending cuts, the governor would not be specific but he says to expect he'll recommend the closing of some state facilities. That could include anything from state mental hospitals to prisons.

                                When the state cuts spending by the billions of dollars, that is money removed from the Illinois economy that could have worsening affect on unemployment.


                                (Copyright ©2012 WLS-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved.)

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