Titan Security Group attended the Chicago Public/Private Task Force (CPPTF) teleconference on December 10th, 2020. Organizations that participated in the meeting included:
Chicago Police Department (CPD), Office of Emergency Management (OEMC), ChicagoFIRST, Chicago Cultural Properties Security Group (CCPSG), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), CPIC Fusion Center (CPD), Chicago Hospitality Entertainment and Tourism Security Association (Chicago HEaT), Illinois Health and Hospital Association (IHHA), Chicagoland Apartment Association (CAA), Security Council of Professional Educators (SCOPE), Chicago Loop Alliance (CLA), Magnificent Mile Association (MMA), BOMA/Chicago, General Services Administration (GSA), Chicago Department of Buildings (DOB), Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP), and the Chicago Federal Executive Board (CFEB).
Below is a recap of what was discussed during the meeting.
Public Safety Updates
CPD, 1st District:
- The District is monitoring Millennium Park gatherings and asking attendees to monitor social media related to their properties/organizations
CPD, 12th District:
- There have been issues of parties using the “peerspace” app, including at least two shootings
CPD, 18th District:
- New Years Eve planning is underway;
- CPD staffing on Michigan Avenue remains elevated
- The Office is preparing for vaccine distribution, and hosting operations center
- The Pentagon has approved work-from-home for most employees through June;
- Vaccine distribution planning and prioritization is underway for federal employees
- Employee vigilance over holidays is an extension of the “See Something Say Something” program
CPPTF 2021 Planning
- The vaccine distribution for 2021 was discussed;
- There is a need for CPPTF partners to collaborate on vaccine education and distribution;
- There is also: a pending revision of the FIMS/CP3 system; attention to expanded opioid abuse with health and safety concerns greatly impacting the economy
- The next meeting is on January 14th via conference call
As always, if you “See Something, Say Something.” For life-threatening emergencies, call 911. To report suspicious activity, call 855-RPRT-2-S4 (855-777-8274).