SAFE SUBURBS USA PAC

Safe Suburbs USA is a Political Action Committee founded to promote public safety and the welfare of suburban residents throughout the USA. We advocate and educate on issues relating to crime and its effect on suburban families. We recommend agencies, candidates and programs which promote public safety.

The SAFE T Act is a Disaster

Safe Suburbs USA PAC has been raising awareness of our many concerns about the SAFE T Act which goes into effect on January 1, 2023. This law placed criminals over community public safety. Listen to the words of highly regarded Will County States Attorney Jim Glasgow who fears this law will force accused murderers and other offenders to be released to the streets on January 1st.

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A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board’s official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, in Springfield, Illinois.

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Timeline photosK9 Badger and Ofc. Finze took a little time to patrol Bangs Lake today! ☀️ #BangsLake #FunInTheSun See MoreSee Less

Nice work!THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to Linda Farley of Bolingbrook for donating this VERY generous array of backpacks full of school supplies, stuff animals, office supplies and books — for us to distribute to children who have endured severe physical abuse, sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, neglect, and exposure to violence. See MoreSee Less

Nice work!

We are really excited about our annual Bike with the Cops event taking place this Thursday at 6pm. Meet us in the parking lot south of City Hall, and we will go on a ride around the reservoir and back to the station. We will have free ice cream after the ride for everyone and some great raffles! City of Wood Dale See MoreSee Less

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