Cook County leaders decry spike in violence against women

1/19/2022 11:00:00 PM

Violence against women has risen in recent years, prompting community leaders to call for policies and programs that protect women and children.

People, Toni Preckwinkle

Violence against women has risen in recent years, prompting community leaders to call for policies and programs that protect women and children.

Violence against women has risen in recent years, prompting community leaders to call for policies and programs that protect women and children.

joined family members of Tamiko Talbert, the 49-year-old who was fatally shot last Friday on her way to work.Talbert was driving on 71st Street at 4:40 a.m. Friday when someone opened fire from the back seat of a black SUV at Artesian Avenue, Chicago police said.

No one has been arrested in connection with her murder.DOWNLOAD THE FOX 32 NEWS APPLast year, Cook County saw more than 1,000 homicides, 23 percent of those were women.Preckwinkle said 2021's total homicides more than double the previous year and that there's one reason for the rise in violence.

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Violence against all people has increased in recent years. Let’s work together to vote out Leftist officials. Violence against MEN has increased, as well including domestic violence. I guess it's assumed they DESERVE it.

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Toni Preckwinkle joined family members of Tamiko Talbert, the 49-year-old who was fatally shot last Friday on her way to work.When the last shot was administered at Forest Park's mass vaccination site nearly six months ago, demand had dwindled now that shots are readily available at local pharmacies.Email CHICAGO -- A Cook County judge set bail at $3 million Saturday for a man charged with three counts of attempted murder of a peace officer after a shootout with Cook County sheriff's officers in South Shore last week.A site in Forest Park, at 7630 W.

Talbert was driving on 71st Street at 4:40 a.m. "So the vaccine is readily available, but appointments to get the vaccine aren't readily available," said Dr. Friday when someone opened fire from the back seat of a black SUV at Artesian Avenue, Chicago police said. Sheriff's police located the man via his electronic monitoring bracelet after they got calls to remove him from a home he was no longer welcome in, authorities said. No one has been arrested in connection with her murder."Pharmacies, doctor's offices are really getting overwhelmed right now. DOWNLOAD THE FOX 32 NEWS APP Last year, Cook County saw more than 1,000 homicides, 23 percent of those were women. This one in Forest Park opens today.

Preckwinkle said 2021's total homicides more than double the previous year and that there's one reason for the rise in violence." The omicron surge and vaccine mandates have led to the appointment shortage, and the numbers are still behind what officials would like to see. SEE MORE: Cook County Sheriff's deputies shoot man in South Shore during 'exchange of gunfire' Wilburn wasn't in court Saturday, as he remained on a ventilator in critical condition at the ICU at the University of Chicago being treated for gunshot wounds. "The root causes of the crime and violence in our communities are connected to historic disinvestment and marginalization," Preckwinkle said. "Disinvestment and marginalization experienced by the neighborhoods that are experiencing the most violence. "Eighty percent of Cook County has gotten the first dose and 40% has gotten the booster, so we really need to get that booster number up," Dr. The problem is complicated and systemic. 21." Preckwinkle said the county's Justice Advisory Council provides $14 million each year towards community organizations to address the root causes of violence. The sites scheduled to open this week are Forest Park on Tuesday, Matteson on Thursday and Des Plaines on Saturday.

  An additional $30 million will be provided over the next three years. Advertisement .m. He's expected back in court for those charges Wednesday.