CPD Sentiment Meter

David Uberti filed this request with the Chicago Police Department of Chicago, IL.
Due Dec. 10, 2019
Est. Completion None
Status
Awaiting Response

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From: David Uberti


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Illinois Freedom of Information Act., I hereby request the following records:

All data, broken down by geographic district, compiled by the CPD's "sentiment meter," for each month since it's been in use. The sentiment meter is anonymous real-time polling of Chicagoans to gauge their sense of safety and trust in the police, as reported on here: https://www.wired.com/story/elucd-sentiment-meter-helps-cops-understand-precincts/

For clarity, this polling is reportedly conducted by the Brooklyn-based startup Elucd.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

David Uberti

From: Chicago Police Department

Dear David :
Thank you for your interest in information from the Chicago Police Department. Your FOIA request has been received and is being processed. Your FOIA Center reference number for tracking purposes is: P546445-120419
You have requested the following records: All data, broken down by geographic district, compiled by the CPD's "sentiment meter," for each month since it's been in use. The sentiment meter is anonymous real-time polling of Chicagoans to gauge their sense of safety and trust in the police, as reported on here: https://www.wired.com/story/elucd-sentiment-meter-helps-cops-understand-precincts/

For clarity, this polling is reportedly conducted by the Brooklyn-based startup Elucd.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.
Chicago Police Department (CPD) responds to all public records requests in accordance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), 5 ILCS 140/1 et seq.  If further time is needed to assemble and copy all documents responsive to your FOIA request, we will contact you with a time estimate and a request to extend. You can monitor the progress of your request at the link below and you’ll receive an email when your request has been completed. Thank you for using the Chicago FOIA Center.
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From: Chicago Police Department

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From: Chicago Police Department

Attachments:
P546445_Uberti_Extension_Letter.pdf (https://u8387778.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=xSfKPyHO1-2F4Mny2NCLJVulVO5zgaUYhAxXpmsXAhNKIEos3-2BU5LSMGWfwhHnx0OOGOj1fDpd-2F0Xfznjo1Ikzn5GJOlcZdAJaKkMZpWe-2ByboLDgXuen1JkTumslEZhIoaNQPXd11gJhQNbQQRTvof0DN-2BOJ9bJhPj8UQKGUKab5de4h0CAeGo96XXqE2NYKrmiWW-2BQHw5ClQ2mEw9vf8daQ-3D-3D_I4y7FwiMHlx9quN2QmKweQrOZuWGR0h7JkIhDT9jOYkRSlMVNAWc0X4JJpqFiF3WsY4LuNrmbBHuxX-2FIdZlLPHzpGu6Jv9bF2cTF-2B1yrb-2F6r5wnMw2U-2FX7KsVISc4w43BIeKwIFgxXPZmbkhqoWXTr8lDExm3sTIKkutYRnYtm8FpcJz8jUpVdeFPPAWpTz7zzpX0PazmsWKYOazomQ3R0pfII7kfgCVefFKukrqTkizlk8msknGDVx7V0ZSOtCDT4r64D68eO6euiJ7mYnPrRkxyHMOETGEr2524f4Q2v8K73u-2B7HynoIIkdYmXciMEixOQIfbW6ablE-2BpLZslsa2VZPh-2BqfjC-2F8k-2F0fVYCoonZd-2F2jCs7Kx0oUyDpTIwTZFf7QfUv42Vx9uCYcsgMM1Q-3D-3D)

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6 December 2019

David Uberti
requests@muckrock.com

NOTICE OF EXTENSION TO FOIA REQUEST
FOIA FILE NO.: P546445

Dear Mr. Uberti:

The Chicago Police Department (CPD) is in receipt of your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). In it, you request:

All data, broken down by geographic district, compiled by the CPD's "sentiment meter," for each month since it's been in use; The sentiment meter is anonymous real-time polling of Chicagoans to gauge their sense of safety and trust in the police, as reported on here: https://www.wired.com/story/elucd-sentiment-meter-helps-cops-understand-precincts. For clarity, this polling is reportedly conducted by the Brooklyn-based startup Elucd........

Under the Freedom of Information Act, a public body may extend the time to respond to a FOIA request by up to 5 business days for a limited number of reasons. 5 ILCS 140/3(e). We are extending the time to respond to your request by 5 business days for the following reason(s):

(X) the requested records, if any exist, are stored in whole or in part at other locations than the office having charge of the requested records;

( ) the request may require the collection of a substantial number of specified records, if any exist;

( ) the request is couched in categorical terms and may require an extensive search for the records responsive to it;

( ) the requested records have not been located in the course of routine search and additional efforts are
being made to locate them;

( ) the requested records, if any exist, may require examination and evaluation by personnel having the necessary competence and discretion to determine if they are exempt from disclosure under Section 7 of the Freedom of Information Act or should be revealed only with appropriate deletions;

( ) the request for records cannot be complied with by the public body within the time limits prescribed by paragraph (c) of this Section without unduly burdening or interfering with the operations of the public body;

( ) there is need for consultation, which shall be concluded with all practicable speed, with another public body or among two or more components of a public body having a substantial interest in the determination or in the subject matter of the request.

If you require additional assistance, please contact this office at (312) 745-5308.

Sincerely,

Freedom of Information Officer

Chicago Police Department
Attention Freedom of Information
Legal Affairs Unit
3510 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60653

From: Chicago Police Department

Attachments:
P546445_Uberti_Extension_Letter.pdf (https://u8387778.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/click?upn=xSfKPyHO1-2F4Mny2NCLJVulVO5zgaUYhAxXpmsXAhNKIEos3-2BU5LSMGWfwhHnx0OOGOj1fDpd-2F0Xfznjo1Ikzn5GJOlcZdAJaKkMZpWe-2ByboLDgXuen1JkTumslEZhIoaNQPXd11gJhQNbQQRTvof0DN-2BOJ9bJhPj8UQKGUKab5de4h0CAeGo96XXqE2NYKrmiWW-2BQHw5ClQ2mEw9vf8daQ-3D-3D_I4y7FwiMHlx9quN2QmKweQrOZuWGR0h7JkIhDT9jOYkRSlMVNAWc0X4JJpqFiF3WsY4LuNrmbBHuxX-2FIdZlLPBFChyFovaavvZ6gaj3lnFojL4YjiVbAtPwbOC8Jqv6qA-2FVIM18-2Bv98kELQbqcZtA-2FKaT9-2F-2F3j5fevKkeZSidplSQdWiOC9R2UVYnzorKf8bCRUtHtNmjU1C57m5jH1XlEMzpElQhf2JaBsGlFcgq90aepyGaBvrhfZ1Vj85-2B4BeawgnkiVFMJ1EdgGURHDB8PLE-2B03eSVw8N01VH25Z8r3L8Mw9fdTHS1sQUNPLu9cchUguy0SZO9dqxoltELYeW15B1T1zAVSzK2bSYnLCVwsQOVjt8IK-2Fn4quCIa6cvXqt2KXZ91fpW6EbGuM-2Fhikew-3D-3D)

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6 December 2019

David Uberti
requests@muckrock.com

NOTICE OF EXTENSION TO FOIA REQUEST
FOIA FILE NO.: P546445

Dear Mr. Uberti:

The Chicago Police Department (CPD) is in receipt of your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). In it, you request:

All data, broken down by geographic district, compiled by the CPD's "sentiment meter," for each month since it's been in use; The sentiment meter is anonymous real-time polling of Chicagoans to gauge their sense of safety and trust in the police, as reported on here: https://www.wired.com/story/elucd-sentiment-meter-helps-cops-understand-precincts. For clarity, this polling is reportedly conducted by the Brooklyn-based startup Elucd........

Under the Freedom of Information Act, a public body may extend the time to respond to a FOIA request by up to 5 business days for a limited number of reasons. 5 ILCS 140/3(e). We are extending the time to respond to your request by 5 business days for the following reason(s):

(X) the requested records, if any exist, are stored in whole or in part at other locations than the office having charge of the requested records;

( ) the request may require the collection of a substantial number of specified records, if any exist;

( ) the request is couched in categorical terms and may require an extensive search for the records responsive to it;

( ) the requested records have not been located in the course of routine search and additional efforts are
being made to locate them;

( ) the requested records, if any exist, may require examination and evaluation by personnel having the necessary competence and discretion to determine if they are exempt from disclosure under Section 7 of the Freedom of Information Act or should be revealed only with appropriate deletions;

( ) the request for records cannot be complied with by the public body within the time limits prescribed by paragraph (c) of this Section without unduly burdening or interfering with the operations of the public body;

( ) there is need for consultation, which shall be concluded with all practicable speed, with another public body or among two or more components of a public body having a substantial interest in the determination or in the subject matter of the request.

If you require additional assistance, please contact this office at (312) 745-5308.

Sincerely,

Freedom of Information Officer

Chicago Police Department
Attention Freedom of Information
Legal Affairs Unit
3510 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60653

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