Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
Record #: R2013-397   
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
Intro date: 4/10/2013 Current Controlling Legislative Body:
Final action: 4/10/2013
Title: Congratulations extended to Police Commander David M. Jarmusz on retirement
Sponsors: Burke, Edward M.
Attachments: 1. R2013-397.pdf

WHEREAS, David M. Jarmusz has officially retired as the Commander of the Public Transportation Section following forty-two years of distinguished service with the Chicago Police Department; and

WHEREAS, David M. Jarmusz began his long and illustrious career in law enforcement as a police cadet on February 1,1971, and was initially assigned to the Identification Section and later to the 004th District; and

WHEREAS, In 1973 David M. Jarmusz completed his training, was appointed to the rank of Patrol Officer, and again assigned to the 004th District where he worked uniformed patrol and the district's Vice Unit; and

WHEREAS, David M. Jarmusz later volunteered to join the citywide Special Operations Group where he worked specialized missions combating street crime patterns using unconventional methods of patrol; and

WHEREAS, David M. Jarmusz qualified and was assigned as one of the original members of the Hostage/Barricaded/Terrorist Team (later called SWAT); and

WHEREAS, In 1981 David M Jarmusz was promoted to the rank of Gang Specialist (Detective); and

WHEREAS, During the next seventeen years, while assigned to the Organized Crime Division, David M. Jarmusz conducted investigations into all phases of criminal street gang activity and worked on various state & federal task force squads; and

WHEREAS, In 1998 David M. Jarmusz was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and was eventually assigned to the Detective Division (Area 2) where he was a Supervisor in the Homicide/Gang/Sex crimes section; and

WHEREAS, Davici M. Jarmusz volunteered for and was trained as a Supervising Sergeant in the newly created Detective Division — Heavy Weapons Team; and

WHEREAS, In' 2007 David M. Jarmusz was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and was assigned to the Area 1 Gang Operations detail where he directed daily gang, gun, and drug suppression missions with the federally funded Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN), Saturation, and Gang Tactical teams; and

WHEREAS, In 2009, ...

Click here for full text