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Introduced Appears on page

on page 207K. Police report dated February 17, 1968, re incident that

occurred around the First Presbyterian Church.-.-. 2506 (*) 207L. Police report dated February 21, 1968, by Lieutenant

Buckney re Edward Bey assessing members of the
Rangers $10 to purchase weapons.-

2506 207M. Police report dated February 21, 1968, by J. Grant and R.

Robinson re Rangers recruiting of students at O'Keefe
Elementary School..

2506 207N. Police report dated March 4, 1968, by Fitzhugh, Foster,

and Thomas re "Operation Ponytail” female gang activ-
ity in Woodlawn and surrounding area. (Series of inter-
views with members of the Rangerettes.)

2506 207P. Police report dated March 4, 1968, by J. Grant and R.

Robinson re bringing youths from other areas into the
program.-

2506 207Q. Police report dated March 7, 1968, by Thomas, Foster, and

Fitzhugh re kickbacks from OEO salaries to finance
Ranger operation; similar report dated March 1, 1968,
re kickbacks from OEO salaries for use as bail bond
money for Rangers_

2506 2078. Police report dated March 12, 1968, by Fitzhugh, Thomas,

and Foster re Blackstone Rangers, Rangerettes, and
First Presbyterian Church -

2506 (*) 207T. Police report dated March 19 1968, by Foster and Fitz

hugh, re missing person, First Presbyterian Church -- 2506 (5) 207U. Police report dated March 22, 1968, by Fitzhugh and Foster re Ma Rose..

2506 (*) 208. Gang intelligence unit report dated January 12, 1968, to

chief of detectives from unit commander re information
from students of TWO training school along with a tab-
ulation compiled by the police department of selected
time sheets at TWO.

2530 (*) 209. Police report dated March 11, 1968, by Doyle and

Houtsma re visit to TWO center at 6758 Stony Island
along with 65 time sheets signed by 65 individuals
attending the center...-

2534 (*) 210. Gang intelligence report dated September 27, 1967, by Doyle and Houtsma re Bernard Green..

2535 (*) 211. Gang intelligence report dated October 17, 1967, by

Duffy-Peck-Doyle-Houtsma-Robinson re Ranger meet-
inghouse, 4500 Greenwood..

2539 (*) 212. An article appearing in the Saturday Evening Post of

July 13, 1968, written by Bill Davidson entitled “The
Worst Jail I've Ever Seen”.

2543 (*) 213. Gang intelligence report dated April 15, 1968, by Doyle and Houtsma re Jeff Fort.

2556 (*) 214. Memorandum dated April 16, 1968, to director of intelli

gence division from Detective James Doyle and James
Houtsma-Gang unit re money received from Jeff Fort

along with a receipt for $100, dated April 16, 1968---- 2557 (*) 215. Chart entitled “The Woodlawn Organization”.

2570 2571 216A. Photograph showing the inside of David Barksdale's office at Center 4.

2597 *) 216B. Photograph of a rear room off from the office of Barksdale

showing piles of rubbish, old newspapers, and bottles. 2598 (*) 217. Chart entitled "Trainee Break-down".

2611 2612 218A-F. A series of photographs submitted by Rev. Arthur

Brazier depicting the trainees in the OÈO program -- 2618-2620 (*)

Introduced Appears

on page on page 219A. Letter dated January 25, 1968, addressed to Rev. Arthur

Brazier, the Woodlawn Organization, Chicago, Ill.,
from Theodore M. Berry, Director, Community Action
program, Washington, D.C., re making certain recom-
mendations about the project.

2645 (*) 219B. Letter dated February 2, 1968, addressed to Theodore

Berry, Director, Community Action program, OEO,
Washington, D.C., from Rev. Arthur Brazier, president
the Woodlawn Organization, re strengthening the man-
agement of the TWO project-

2645 (*)
Proceedings of:
July 3, 1968.

2473 July 9, 1968,

2531 July 10, 1968..

2623 'May be found in the files of the subcommittee.

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RIOTS, CIVIL AND CRIMINAL DISORDERS

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1968

U.S. SENATE,
PERMANENT SUBCOMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATIONS
OF THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met at 10:10 a.m. in room 3302, New Senate Office Building, pursuant to Senate Resolution 216, agreed to March 15, 1968, Senator John L. McClellan (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.

Members of the subcommittee present: Senator John L. McClellan, Democrat, Arkansas; Senator Karl E. Mundt, Republican, South Dakota.

Also present: Jerome S. Adlerman, general counsel; La Vern J. Duffy, assistant counsel ; John J. Walsh, investigator; Dr. Robert E. Dunne, assistant counsel; Philip W. Morgan, chief counsel to the minority; John Brick, investigator; and Ruth Y. Watt, chief clerk.

The ČHAIRMAN. The committee will come to order.
Call your next witness.
Mr. ĎUFFY. Lieutenant Buckney.
The CHAIRMAN. Be sworn, please.

You do solemnly swear the evidence you shall give before this Senate subcommittee will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God!

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. I do.

TESTIMONY OF LT. EDWARD L. BUCKNEY

The CHAIRMAN. Very well. You may be seated.
Identify yourself for the record, please.

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. I am Lt. Edward L. Buckney. I am the commanding officer of the gang intelligence unit of the intelligence division of the Chicago Police Department.

The CHAIRMAN. You are chief of the gang intelligence unit?
Lieutenant BUCKNEY. I am its commanding officer; yes, sir.
The CHAIRMAN. Commanding officer, that is your title?
Lieutenant BUCKNEY. Yes.
The CHAIRMAN. How long have you been on the police force?

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. I have been a member of the Chicago Police Department for 14 years, sir.

The CHAIRMAN. How long have you held the position you now hold?

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. I have held the position as commanding officer since the day the unit was created on March 22, 1967.

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The CHAIRMAN. What are the functions and duties of your unit?

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. Mr. Chairman, if I may, I would like to read to you briefly from portions of the general order which was put out by the Chicago Police Department creating the unit. The CHAIRMAN. You may read it. Lieutenant BUCKNEY. The order states that: The purpose of the order is to establish a gang intelligence unit within the Chicago Police Department for the purpose of eliminating the antisocial and criminal activities of groups of minors and young adults in the various communities within the city.

The responsibilities are as follows:

The gang intelligence unit will, (a), identify the forces which encourage antisocial and criminal tendencies in groups of young people and identify the organizations and individuals which influence or lead such groups to engage in such behavior.

(b) The Gang Intelligence Unit will investigate the organizations and individuals involved in the leadership or direction of such groups and determine the interrelationships and associations between individuals both within the groups and among the various groups for the purpose of determining what sanctions might be effective against such organizations and individuals, providing assist. ance to the courts in dealing with the members of such groups and provide background information to other units within the department which have responsibility for the investigation of individual cases of criminal activity by members of such groups.

The Gang Intelligence Unit will infiltrate such groups for the purpose of determining what future anti-social and criminal activity is contemplated.

The Gang Intelligence Unit will develop cases of criminal conspiracy against those individuals, both minor and adult, whose leadership and influence has resulted in such criminal activity.

The Gang Intelligence Unit will develop individual cases against such members of such groups who are engaged in regular and continuous patterns of criminal activities. Other individual cases of criminal activity by members of such groups will remain the responsibility of the applicable detective unit of assignment.

The Gang Intelligence Unit will develop information which will form the basis for recommendations for legislative, for administrative changes in the administration of criminal justice through continuing analysis of the final disposition of cases involving members of such groups and the period of institutional custody of those convicted.

The CHAIRMAN. When was that order issued ?

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. That order was issued to be effective, sir, on March 22, 1967.

The CHAIRMAN. It has been in effect a little more than a year?
Lieutenant BUCKNEY. Approximately 15 months.
The CHAIRMAN. Were you appointed the commander of the unit?
Lieutenant BUCKNEY. I was the first member appointed to the unit.
The CHAIRMAN. The first member appointed to the unit?
Lieutenant BUCKNEY. Yes, sir.
The CHAIRMAN. Who issued the order?

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. The order was issued by the then superintendent of police, O. W. Wilson.

The CHAIRMAN. The superintendent of police of all of Chicago issued the order?

Lieutenant BUCKNEY. Yes, sir.

The CHAIRMAN. Who made the determination? Was it his determination or what process was involved in arriving at a decision to issue such an order?

Can you tell us?

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