Thursday, June 21, 2007

Lt’s Promotion Exam: UPDATE 19 June 07

On Tuesday 19 June 07 our case was before the Honorable Judge Bernetta D. Bush in Cook County Circuit Court – Chancery Division. Case NO. 07-CH-13182.

Judge Bush ruled in favor of the City. Judge Bush refused to allow our attorneys to conduct a preliminary hearing and produce evidence to support our case. The Judge basically ruled that the City could do whatever they want when it comes to the promotional and examination process.

At the time of the hearing we presented to the Court 347 Affidavits signed by our affected members.

In court the City’s Attorneys stated the following:

51 of the original tests had technical problems.
None of the tests had been scored.
The City’s Attorneys stated this is a fair process. Additionally, there is the 30% meritorious process available to every eligible candidate.
Our Attorneys are in the process of requesting an emergency hearing in the Illinois Appellate Court Division. The purpose of this is to block the scheduled re-test on 23 June 2007.

Once again, I would urge all of our members to contact their respective elected officials and express their concerns regarding the promotional and examination process. This is the only way to effect change.

I want to thank all of our members who were able to attend today’s hearing in support of our case.

Sincerely,

John Pallohusky
President
Chicago Police Sergeants’ Association

2 comments:

The Asshat said...

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Anonymous said...

When is Judge Bush up for retention?

Please keep in mind that this is an open blog
that can and is read by people other than Chicago Police Officers.