Within the 20th Ward's boundaries are the 2nd, 3rd, 7th and 9th CPD Districts. Alderman Cochran is determined to keep the streets of this ward safe and livable, and is in constant contact with the individual CPD District Commanders to ensure that crime is driven down as low as possible.

Police Districts in the 20th Ward

2nd District

Commander Terence Williams
5101 S. Wentworth Ave. 
Chicago, IL 60609
CAPS002District@chicagopolice.org
Phone: 312-747-8366
Fax: 312-747-5396

3rd District 

Commander Darren Doss
7040 S. Cottage Grove Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637
CAPS003District@chicagopolice.org
Phone: 312-747-5530
Fax: 312-747-5479

7th District 

Commander Larry Watson
1438 W. 63rd St.
Chicago, IL 60636
CAPS007District@chicagopolice.org
Phone: 312-747-8220
Fax: 312-747-6558

9th District 

Commander Daniel Godsel
3120 S. Halsted St. 
Chicago, IL 60608
CAPS009District@chicagopolice.org
Phone: 312-747-8227
Fax: 312-747-5329

20th Ward Comprehensive Gang Violence Resource

The 20th Ward has issued a list of resources you can contact if you are experiencing gang violence in your neighborhood. 

Troubled or Vacant Buildings

If you would like to draw the attention of the Police Department's Troubled Buildings Unit to a vacant or troubled building in your neighborhood, report such activity with this form.

CAPSure

To find out your CPD District, Beat Number and the date of your next Beat Meeting, visit CAPSure, a Chicago Police community meetings calendar.

Map of CPD Beats

Refer to this Google map to find out what Beat you are located in, and what the boundaries of the individual Beats are. You can also access the date and location of your next Beat Meeting through this map.

Crime in Chicago Open App

The 20th Ward has achieved notable successes in crime reduction. To have a clearer idea of how exactly we have made our streets safer, view an interactive analysis of Crime in Chicago.

Chicago Police Department CLEARMap System

The CPD's Graphic Crime Mapping system allows users to enter their address and retrieve a history of police reports and incidents within a 1 mile range of their home. 

Emergency Identification Bracelet Program

Seniors over the age of 60 can contact their local Chicago Police Department to get an emergency identification bracelet for $7, which will have all your vital information in case of a sudden health emergency.