The Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DSHEM) is looking to significantly increase community relations–aiming to increase the number of impressions the department makes from about 55,000 to 520,000, or “at least 10% Cook County residents contacted,” Executive Director Ernest Brown said. But those contacts don’t include moving any closer to the city center, he said.

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