Sheriff’s Commitment to Service Award
This program was established to recognize Cook County youth that volunteered a minimum of 100 hours of service during the previous year. High school students who meet the necessary criteria are honored at a ceremony where Sheriff Thomas J. Dart presents the awards.
ILLINOIS SHERIFF’S ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Juvenile Justice & Advocacy Unit coordinates an annual scholarship program for students residing in Cook County. Three scholarships are awarded to students who will be attending a college or university in Illinois in the next academic year.
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SHERIFF THOMAS J. DART’S SUMMER YOUTH CAMPS
The Juvenile Justice & Advocacy Unit works with community organizations to provide summer camps for youth. Participants benefit from spending time with positive adult role models while participating in educational and recreational activities.
Recent Press Releases
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- Chicago Man Charged with Promoting Prostitution, Armed Habitual Criminal Following Sheriff’s Police Vice Unit InvestigationA 31-year-old Chicago man has been charged with promoting prostitution and armed habitual criminal [Read More]
- Sheriff Dart Reminds Public of National Prescription Take Back Day, Launches new Webpage with Helpful ResourcesThis Saturday, April 27, Cook County residents can help protect the environment and fight the [Read More]
- Illinois Senate Passes Bill seeking to Deter Assaults, Public Indecency to Staff in Correctional SettingsA bill seeking to address assaults and public indecency against those working in correctional [Read More]