Naperville Residents Invited to “Chat with the Chief” on February 13

Naperville Police Chief Robert Marshall invites the community to chat with him and members of his senior staff during an evening edition of “Chat with the Chief” on Wednesday, Feb. 13.

This informal meet-and-greet will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. at Quigley’s, 43 E. Jefferson Ave., in downtown Naperville.

“I always look forward to these opportunities to visit with residents, listen to their concerns and answer their questions,” said Chief Marshall. “The informal setting and lack of agenda really allow us to have open and honest conversations, which I find very productive.”

At “Chat with the Chief,” residents should not expect a presentation, but rather informal conversation in a relaxed atmosphere. Residents are encouraged to stop by at any time during the two-hour event.

“Chat with the Chief” is hosted several times each year in various locations throughout the city. For more information, visit

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