Snitching, the Code of Silence, and Police Cooperation in Chicago

Please answer questions as honestly and thoroughly as possible. Your responses will remain private, and will only be used for research in gauging willingness of the community in cooperating with police, either as a witness or with information. Please forward and distribute this widely to neighbors, friends, family, peers, and coworkers! Those outside of Chicago are also very encouraged to complete the survey. If you know the personal email addresses of Barack Obama, Rahm Emanuel, Toni Preckwinkle, Derrick Rose, Dick Durbin, Pat Quinn, and Garry McCarthy, etc. please send a link to this survey to them as well. To contact the conductor of this survey, email Alexis Sledge at: aagsledge@gmail.com. THANK YOU!!
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A student witnesses someone cheating on a test and reports it to the teacher.
A person witnesses a crime and calls the police.
A child sees his brother doing something bad, so he tells on him to his mother.
You tell your friend that you caught his/her spouse cheating.
You give the police information about another person's crimes to reduce your own sentence.
You come to the police with information about an investigation.
Providing evidence against someone you know to get your charges dropped.
You tell the ride operator that the person ahead of you skipped/jumped the line.
Testifying in court against someone you don't know.
Testifying against someone you know from around the neighborhood.
When an inappropriate picture is posted online, you report it.
You pick someone out of a line-up at the police station
A person at the scene of a crime answers the police's questions.

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