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  • #16
    Echo is also notorious for pulling TRAFFIC STOPS in those sec. 8 areas. The reason you thought they were the police is because they think and act like they are. Their "squad" has armed response unit on it with an emergency phone number. Uhmmm if I have an emergency I am not calling security guards. If they work in your town, WATCH THEM CAREFULLY!!!They were nothing but a HUGE pain in the a55

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    • #17
      Yea your right some do private property speed and stop sign enforcment. I wonder if they would call in the chase on ISPERN if someone refused to stop and the chase would end up on a public roadway.
      Last edited by guffyone; 09-03-2008, 07:15 PM. Reason: 1

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      • #18
        Originally posted by guffyone View Post
        Yea your right some do private property speed and stop sign enforcment. I wonder if they would call in the chase on ISPERN if someone refused to stop and the chase would end up on a public roadway.
        A lot of Armed private security officers are on a HUGE power trip, but if you get the old timers, they just laugh at these guys who act like actual Police Officers.

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        • #19
          Does Marquette Park still have armed Private Security on patrol? Any one?

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          • #20
            Im armed security for a power plant, and I agree, some armed s/o's do are on a crazy power trip.
            “One person can make a difference and every person should try.” JFKsigpic

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            • #21
              Yes Marquette Park still has private security. each year or so there is a new contract security firm hired. There uniform patch read's Marquette Park Police.
              The security officers put them selfs out as Marquette Park Police Officers.

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              • #22
                The SSA is an economic development tool that utilizes an ad valorem real estate property tax levy to fund community programs and initiatives in a specific neighborhood, beyond the services traditionally provided by the municipalities.

                According to the data, presented at the 2006 Annual SSA Forum, there are currently 31 active SSAs, serving various neighborhoods in the city. Most of the SSAs were created after the enactment of the SSA enabling legislation in 1973, their numbers springing up significantly in the 1990s.

                The City of Chicago Department of Planning & Development oversees the functioning of those special areas, striving to ensure proper funding and leadership for the community programs. Among the most popular programs, implemented in the Chicago SSAs are maintenance, safety/security, aesthetics, and advertising/promotion projects.

                The Marquette Park Special Service Area was created by the Chicago City Council for the purpose of establishing a residential security program in 1997. The Lithuanian Human Services Council of the USA, Inc., has been a sole service provider for SSA # 14 since the very beginning of the program.
                Starting March 2006, the MPSSA # 14 established a partnership with a new security company – the Illinois Homeland Security Services, Inc (IHS).

                The contractor company, with its video camera-equipped patrol vehicles and security personnel, made up almost exclusively of retired/off-duty policemen, is expected to bring in active street presence to deter crimes in the neighborhood, and thereby create a more positive atmosphere for both local businesses and residents.


                http://www.mp-security.org/securityservices/

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