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  • Chicago Police Department
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Chicago, IL
  • The Chicago Police Department developed Citizen ICAM to provide residents of the City of Chicago with a tool to assist them in problem-solving and combating crime and disorder in their neighborhoods. It is based upon the ICAM (Information Collection for Automated Mapping) system developed by the Department for use by its police officers. Now, Citizen ICAM enables you to search the Chicago Police Department's database of reported crime. You will be able to see maps, graphs, and tables of reported crime. The database contains 90 days of information which you can access in blocks of up to 14 days.