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County again sponsors drug take-back event on Saturday

Madison County officials are again uniting to encourage people to drop off unwanted medications at a special pickup site this Saturday in Edwardsville. National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day will be marked from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 28 on the parking lot on Second Street behind the County Administration Building, 157 N. Main St.…

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Madison County plans drug take-back day on Saturday

EDWARDSVILLE — Madison County residents are being encouraged to bring in expired or unwanted medications to the County Administration Building main parking lot on Second Street this Saturday, Oct. 28 The event, part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The National Take-Back Initiative is sponsored by…

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Governor signs legislation to ban police ticket quotas

CHICAGO – Gov. Pat Quinn today signed legislation to prohibit municipalities from requiring police officers to meet ticket quotas. The new law also prevents quotas from being used to evaluate an officer’s performance. Quinn said the action is part of his agenda to maintain integrity in local government. “Law enforcement officers should have discretion on…

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Controversial criminal justice reform package will head to governor

Rep. Justin Slaughter, D-Chicago, holds up his fist while wearing a black glove after the criminal justice reform bill passes the Illinois House during the lame-duck session of the Illinois House of Representatives held Wednesday morning at the Bank of Springfield Center. (Credit: Justin L. Fowler of The State Journal-Register)   Legislation revamps police certification,…

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Court nixes Southern Illinois town’s policy on ticket quotas

By SARAH MANSUR Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD — The state’s highest court has struck down a Southern Illinois city’s policy that partly evaluates police officers on the number of citations officers issue, finding it violates an Illinois law prohibiting ticket quotas. On Thursday, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of the labor…

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New law ends practice of posting driver’s license for traffic citations

CHICAGO – Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a new law to end the practice of posting a valid driver’s license as security for traffic citations in Illinois. Saturday’s action on the so-called “Sign and Drive” law helps people who find themselves stymied without a license in hand, the governor said. “A driver’s license is an…

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Tensions ease somewhat as federal agents head to Chicago

PHOTO: President Donald Trump announces his plan to send federal agents to Chicago Wednesday. (Credit: Whitehouse.gov) Pledge of cooperation eases fears after state, federal leaders clash Trump admin has broad authority to police federal crimes locally – with or without state approval By RAYMON TRONCOSO Capitol News Illinois [email protected] SPRINGFIELD —More than 200 federal agents…

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SIUE assistant professor working on human trafficking initiative

Laurie Giddens teams with Baylor mentor on grant to strengthen law enforcement capabilities Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s Laurie Giddens, PhD, has combined with Baylor University’s Stacie Petter, PhD, to earn a $249,998 National Science Foundation grant to fight human trafficking. An assistant professor of computer management and information systems in SIUE’s School of Business, Giddens…

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Madison County promises random code enforcement after recent crackdown

EDWARDSVILLE — Madison County is focusing on cleaning up properties as it sweeps communities for code violations. Chief Deputy Administrator of Planning and Development Chris Doucleff, who oversees the county’s code enforcement, and Code Enforcement Officer Wayne Brendel, went through the Forest Homes subdivision of Cottage Hills on Wednesday moving house to house citing property…

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Illinois American Water, county urge participation in Drug Take Back Day

  From Illinois Business Journal news services Madison County is among those participating this Saturday, April 30, in the Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Residents are encouraged to drop off their unwanted medications at approved collection sites so they can be incinerated, which is the Environmental Protection Agency’s recommended approach for…

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