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Published on Jun 28, 2012
Terry G. Hillard, decorated Marine Corps veteran and retired Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters.
Renowned for his commitment to patrol officers on the street and the creation of several crime prevention programs, Mr. Hillard was credited with developing stronger relationships between police officers and the communities they serve. During his tenure he introduced a new Domestic Violence Program and an enhanced Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy (CAPS) Program, as well as the Enhanced Drug and Gang Enforcement Program.
A longtime champion of the importance of integrity and ethics in law enforcement, Mr. Hillard received numerous commendations for his service to the Chicago Police Department, including the Superintendent's Award of Valor, the Police Blue Star Award, and the CPD's highest award, the Police Medal.