Be a Court Advocate and a South Lakeview Neighbors Block Captain

Court Advocacy Training

This is a very brief seminar regarding becoming a court advocate. Sometimes when a crime perpetrator is in court in front of a judge local citizens [court advocates] are asked to appear in the court room to make to impress the judge etc on the concerns of the citizens.  A side benefit is if you are ever called for jury duty, past court advocates are usually dismissed.

Cook County State’s Attorney’s
Community Justice Center North
In Conjunction With the 19th & 20th Police Districts
Presents a


Learn How to Become An Effective Court Advocate
Represent your neighborhood when it needs you most!
Court advocates play a vital role in demonstrating that the community cares and will not tolerate crime.

6:30 P.M.

19th District Chicago Police Department
850 W. Addison Street
Community Room
Please R.S.V.P. by September 8th to
773-334-4066 or

South Lakeview Neighbors – Block Captain Program

We’re looking for people  to recruit neighbors to SLN monthly meetings.
As a Block Captain, you
  • will receive a PDF email about 1 week before the meeting that can be printed off.
  • will distribute monthly membership meeting flyers to neighbors on your block (drop in mailbox).
  • Approximately 40—50 houses per block.
  • can be responsible for more than one block.
Monthly meetings are September-November and February to May (7 meetings).
There are occasional emergency meetings that can be called.
Must be a current SLN member.
If interested, please contact by email or phone :
Bill Haderlein
Block Captain Program