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Welcome to the Chicago Police Departments CLEARmeeting

CLEARmeeting is a revolutionary application which assists the Chicago Police Department and the public to create an easier, safer, and more convenient way to work towards bring our communities together. Through this application, members of the Chicago Police Department will be able to host a meeting online. In these meetings, there will be a host that will coordinate a meeting by scheduling and posting upcoming meetings online. Once this has been done all registered CLEARpath users will receive an e-mail giving them the meeting details such as the topic and the time of the meeting. Attendance of the meeting will be granted on a first come first server basis. Users will have an opportunity to log into the system 15 minutes prior to the start time of the meeting. Once inside the meeting the participants will be allowed to join in the discussion using a live chat interface. Additional features will include live streaming video of the presenter (only on selected chats), Power Point presentations, as well as having access to downloadable documents supplied by the host of the meeting. Users of CLEARpath can at anytime refer the scheduling page to see the upcoming and event previous meeting events.

Terms of Use

This CLEARPath Site is owned, operated and content controlled by the Chicago Police Department. All material submitted for posting on the Site will be reviewed by the Chicago Police Department, who will determine its appropriateness, prior to posting. By accessing or using this Site, you agree and are bound by the terms and conditions in the Terms of Use as set forth and in any changes to the terms and conditions in the Terms of Use which may occur in the future.

By using this Site, you agree NOT to:

This site is controlled and operated by the Chicago Police Department, a law enforcement entity within the State of Illinois, United States of America. Any misuse of this Site, or the materials contained therein, regardless of the intent, will subject you to prosecution under applicable State and Federal law

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