19 St. & Loc. L. News 1 (1995-1996)

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The Section serves as a collegialforumfor its members, theprofrssion and the public to provide leadership and educational resources in urban,
state and local government law and policy.

In a presentation to the Section Council, Mayor Richard M.
Daley described Chicago's community policing, a strategy
designed to keep the city that works a city that is livable.
Spring Section Meeting Set
For Cancun, Mexico
Aprd 18-21,1996
Outstanding CLE programs on Land Use/Impact
Fees and Ethics in Government are planned, and CLE
credit has been applied for, including ethics. Committees
will meet to discuss hot topics in their areas. The Council
will discuss a full agenda of Section business, and since all
Section meetings are open to every registrant, this affords
you the chance to hear and participate in the formation of
ABA policy on state and local government law. Social
activities will provide diversions and opportunities for net-
working.
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MARK               a c 1  I
Fall Council Meeting
Oct. 20-22, 1995, Park Hyatt Hotel, Chicago, IL
Midyear Meeting
Feb. 2, 1996, Development Agreement Seminar
Feb. 3, 1996, Executive Committee Meeting, Harbor Court
Hotel, Baltimore, MD
Spring Meeting
Apr. 18-21, 1996, Omni Cancun Hotel, Cancun, Mexico
Annual Meeting
Aug. 1-4, 1996, Walt Disney Swan, Orlando, FL

Chicago's Alternative
Policing Strategy
By RichardM Daley
Recently, I had the opportunity to speak before the
American Bar Association's Section of State and Local
Government Law. Normally such sessions are devoted to
discussions about issues of law that lawyers must address
to help their clients prevent or resolve disputes.
I chose to discuss with the participants a more basic
issue of law in our cities today--the operations and con-
duct of our police. More specifically, I talked about com-
munity policing.
For our citizens, the law begins in their communities.
They need to feel safe at home and on their sidewalks.
They want and expect their children to be safe at school,
and they want to be able to get to work and back without
danger. And they want their police officers to be trusted
members of their communities.
The first line of the law for our citizens is not a lawyer;
it is a police officer. That is why I have committed the
City of Chicago to a community policing strategy. The
goal of community policing is to create a real partnership
between the police and the communities they serve.
While many other cities have instituted community
policing programs, ours is a true makeover of the entire
policing system. Community policing means reinventing
the Chicago Police Department. We have not just added
police officers; we have returned officers to the communi-
ties.
The concept cannot work without citizen involvement
ay to Play: Propriety of Lawyer Political Contributions
Comes Before ABA, page 3
* Section Sponsors Takings Forum, page 5
* NIMLO Seeks Tenth Amendment Cases, page 7
* Supreme Court Watch, page 8
* Chair's Message, page 10
* Section News, page 13
W Washington's Labyrinthine Ways, page 16

Vol. 19, No. 1, Fall 1995

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