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- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
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Boys & Girls Club Will Be Built On Police Academy Campus After City Council Approval
The plan will bring the West Side a much-needed youth center. But critics said it's inappropriate to build a youth center at the controversial police training facility.
Controversial Plan To Build West Side Youth Center On Police Academy Campus Gets Key City Approval
If approved by the full City Council, the facility would be the first new Boys & Girls Club in decades. The club would be on the same site as the $95 million Joint Public Safety Training Academy.
A Boys & Girls Club Will Open At Controversial Police Academy On West Side. Critics Say It Will ‘Traumatize’ The Kids It Aims To Help
Youth organizers think the center's location at the policy training campus is an attempt to make the "Cop Academy" more palatable to critics.
West Side Organizers Battled To Block A $95 Million Police Training Academy. Now They’re Sharing What They Learned To Help Other Activists
The No Cop Academy toolkit aims to show other young organizers how they can take collective action on issues impacting their communities.
As City Fights To Keep Police Academy Documents Hidden, Judge Wants Them To Explain Why
A No Cop Academy lawsuit will force the city to explain why 400 documents related to the $95 million training academy plan are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.
Ald. Emma Mitts Tells Opponents Of Police, Fire Training Academy To Mind Their Own Business As Plan Advances
If residents of the 37th Ward opposed the training facility, Ald. Mitts would not have won without facing a runoff, Ald. David Moore said. "The community’s vote is their voice."