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In March of 2018 the Illinois NAACP and the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) announced their Shared Principles Agreement. This historic collaboration is based on a strong commitment to “foster and build trust between communities of color and police agencies,” according to Illinois NAACP President Teresa Haley. In endorsing the Agreement, ILACP President James R. Kruger, Jr. stressed the need for law enforcement and the people they serve “to broaden our sense of community, rebuild trust and commit to shared values.” In 2020, all of the law enforcement agencies in McDonough County adopted the Ten Shared Principles, the first county in Illinois to do so.

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