Edward L. Gilmore
CALUMET CITY | Police Chief Edward L. Gilmore said he wants to create a new program that would give selected young people first-hand experience in what a police officer does.
CALUMET CITY | Officials are considering a new policy that would allow police officers to take squad cars home to use for limited personal purposes.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council voted to extend the contract of Police Chief Edward L. Gilmore for one more year, while holding off on approving similar extensions for 16 other municipal officials, including the Fire Department chief, the corporation counsel and the economic development coor…
CALUMET CITY | The Police Department wants to donate 39 ballistic vests to an Alabama-based group that helps low-budget law enforcement agencies and other groups obtain body armor.
CALUMET CITY | Municipal government in coming weeks may add some new faces and see the return of some old old ones after the City Council last week approved a series of measures related to personnel.
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