News from State Rep Anthony DeLuca


Dear Friend,

The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Illinois NAACP State Conference, announced an affirmation of 10 Shared Principles that are designed to bridge the gap of mistrust between Law Enforcement and communities of color.

On August 18, 2020, I, State Representative  Anthony DeLuca adopted the Ten Shared Principles. I look forward to working with communities of color and law enforcement.

WHEREAS, on March 22, 2018, the NAACP Illinois State Conference and the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police agreed to Ten Shared Principles designed to build trust between law enforcement and communities of color, and

WHEREAS, more than 230 Illinois law enforcement agencies and several municipalities have since adopted these guiding principles;

BE IT THEREFORE RECOGNIZED, that State Rep. Anthony DeLuca today becomes the first individual legislator to affirm these principles; and

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED, that the Illinois Chiefs and the Illinois NAACP honor and recognize Representative DeLuca for his leadership and his commitment to fostering great relationships between local law enforcement and the communities they serve; and

BE IT THEREFORE FURTHER RESOLVED, that Representative DeLuca applauds the two statewide associations for vowing “by mutual affirmation to work together and stand together in our communities and at the state level to implement these values.”

Adopted shared principles


Illinois 80th District includes portions of:
Townships: Bloom, Crete, Florence, Frankfort, Green Garden, Manhattan, Monee, New Lenox, Peotone, Rich, and Wilton
Municipalities: Chicago Heights, Flossmoor, Frankfort, Glenwood, Hazel Crest, Homewood, Manhattan, Matteson, Mokena, Monee, New Lenox, Olympia Fields, Park Forest, Richton Park, South Chicago Heights, Steger, Symerton University Park, and Wilmington
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