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Entered as Second-Class Matter April 21, 1914, at the Postoffice at") 1
Chicago, EL, Under the Act of March 3. 1879.
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VOL.3, NO. 216 Chicago, Thursday, June 11, 1914 ONE CENT
CHIEF GLEASON SAYS THE POLICE
WILL HELP BOYS GET THEIR RIGHTS
Doesn't Want Police To Be Harsh or Rough Toward
Boys Tells the Boys What To Do When They ' '
Think They Are Getting a Raw Deal, ,
BY JAMES GLEASON, SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE
Boys have a right to "play anywhere on the streets so long as they do
not interfere with the rights of other people. There are no state laws or
city ordinances which say boys shall not be allowed to play in the streets.
When the police stop boys from such playing it is because a complaint has
been made that the boys are obstructing traffic, disturbing the peace or
I want the boys to know their rights. And I want the boys to send
their grievances to my office whenever they believe a policeman is giving
them an unfair deaL We have several thousand policemen in Chicago and
nobody claims they are perfect men. They are human and make some
mistakes sometimes. It is my policy to try to correct any mistakes that
may happen in the handling of boys in the streets by policemen.
Now, here is what the police department. will do-where boys think they