Chicago, IL. – This has been one of the deadliest years in Chicago in decades, perhaps since the mid-1990s. Chicago police are overworked and under-supported. Not only are Chicago’s LEOs suffering, but the people of the city are paying the price and dying as a result of the city’s failed leadership. National Police Support Fund has been heavily involved in issues surrounding Chicago’s rising crime rate and anti-police policies since opening the Police Issues Action Center of Illinois field office in Rosemont.
Now, as one of the deadliest years in Chicago comes to a close, National Police Support Fund wants to hear directly from the city’s law enforcement and concerned citizens that are on the ground and living through it every day.
“In order to better understand the citizens of the city they view the situation, we’ve launched a poll for Chicago’s LEOs and concerned residents. Your opinion is invaluable in telling the true story of the rampant violence in the city,” National Police Support Fund said in a statement.
Chicago residents can take the survey here: https://nationalpolicesupportfund.com/opinion-on-law-enforcement/
Nowhere in America is the war on police more evident than the once-great city of Chicago. Democrat “leaders” Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Cook County DA Kim Foxx are on the front lines of the war on police. Their broken policies and inflated budgets are destroying their police departments from within, and now the plague of disrespect threatens to infect surrounding communities as well.
National Police Support Fund is to provide a united voice for true Americans who support our nation’s law enforcement officers. The grassroots political organization is committed to aligning the interests and needs of police officers with the public’s issues and concerns within the national political process.
Results of this survey will be shared in 2022. To stay in touch and get involved with the National Police Support Fund, visit www.nationalpolicesupportfund.com.
The National Police Support Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions are not tax deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.
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