Chicago Police Department licensees are in limbo.
They need to secure a $2 million bond and complete background checks on the applicants they hire.
They are waiting for the department to finish building the new police station in Chicago.
And they’re still trying to find the right city for the new building.
That’s where the licensing department comes in.
The department has two types of licenses: One for new hires and one for those already working.
The applicants must get a license from the department’s licensing office and then apply for one of the two licenses.
The applications have to be approved by a licensing officer, and then applicants have to pass a background check.
The applications are due in December, and if the department decides to build the new headquarters, it will have to find a location in Chicago within the next few months.
But for now, applicants need to go through the city’s licensing process.
In some cases, applicants will have a background problem.
That can include having an outstanding traffic ticket or being charged with a felony in a previous offense.
Some have been arrested and charged with assault, rape, drug offenses, domestic violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, domestic and sexual abuse.
And that’s not all.
There are other potential problems that come with being a licensed officer.
There’s a chance the department will lose the right to issue its own license to any individual who passes the background check and passes the application.
There is also the possibility that an applicant might be disqualified because of a previous arrest.
The process of licensing a Chicago police officer can be a long one, and it’s likely that the department won’t finish all the applicants for the right job within a few months, said Joseph Sadowski, a partner at the law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, which is handling the licensing process for the Chicago Police.
He said that while Chicago police officials have said that the process should take a year, the process could take several months.
A spokesman for the city said that it is working with the city to expedite the process.
But the spokesman also said that there are a number of hurdles that need to be cleared, and that the city will look at all of the applications.
There are three main reasons why it could take so long to get a Chicago license: The licensing officers are limited, there is no uniform licensing policy, and the city needs to develop its own policies for the licensing system.
The city’s current licensing system, which was adopted in 2008, is based on the Uniform Traffic Control Order, or UTCO.
That order is a set of rules that sets out rules for traffic control, police tactics, and other safety measures.
It’s based on a study that said that having a uniform licensing system would help officers better deal with dangerous drivers.
The department has a plan to update the UTCO in 2020.
The other big reason the licensing officials need to complete the application process in Chicago is that the licensees must undergo a three-year training course in the department, according to a letter from the city on Tuesday.
The city will also look at other ways to make sure that the training is as comprehensive as possible, including using a different type of training.
The license holders also have to submit their fingerprints, but it’s unclear how many fingerprint scans that the licensing officers will need.
There could be problems with fingerprint matching because the police department is using different methods to match fingerprints, and fingerprints can be mixed up with other images, including images from the license plate database.
The police department has said that fingerprinting would be completed by 2020.
As for the training, the department said it will offer training on the Chicago City Plan, the framework of the city that the police are based in, and on how the city operates.
But it will also offer training in other departments and other topics, according the letter.
The training will cover the department policies, procedures, and procedures, including the use of force, the proper use of body cameras, and how to use them, according a letter to the licensing office.
But there will be no training on any aspect of the new Police Academy, which will be built on the existing police academy in Westport.
The academy will be separate from the police academy and will be operated by a different organization, the police board.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has called for the hiring of 500 new officers over the next two years.
The current officer corps is about 350, including more than 60 who are serving in the field.
The new hiring is expected to create about 700 officers.