Meet-and-greet with Bloomington police chief is Oct. 27

The meeting is planned for next Wednesday, Oct. 27, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the fourth floor of the Government Center at 115 E. Washington St.

Simington is sworn in
Bloomington city clerk Leslie Yocum, left, administers the oath of office to Bloomington Police Chief Jamal Simington on Friday, Oct. 1.

TIMOTHY EGGERT, THE PANTAGRAPH
In the press release announcing the event, Simington said the forum is a part of the department’s goal to build partnerships in the community. It will also be a chance for Simington to introduce himself to the community.

Bloomington police respond to shots fired Thursday night
Simington was sworn in Oct. 1, coming to the position from the Illinois State Police.

Masks are required inside the Government Center.

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Photos: Bloomington firefighters light up the night sky while training for propane fires
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Bloomington firefighters direct hoses on a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd. The propane for the training event was donated by Evergreen FS and the training is provided free by the Illinois Fire Service Institute

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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Bloomington firefighters prepare to fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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An Illinois Fire Service Institute instructor sets a propane cloud on a fire with a flare as Bloomington firefighters fight a live propane fire, Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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101321-blm-loc-5propane
Bloomington firefighters learn to use a fog pattern with their fire hose as they fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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A fireball erupts from a propane tank as Bloomington firefighters prepare to attack the fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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Flames shoot off the top of a propane stream as Bloomington firefighters fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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101321-blm-loc-6propane
Bloomington firefighters use two streams of water as they fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd. One stream will move the propane cloud off the top of the tank while the other stream cools the tank.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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101321-blm-loc-8propane
Bloomington firefighters take instruction from a member of the Illinois Fire Service Institute as they train to fight a propane fire Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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101321-blm-loc-10propane
Bloomington firefighters fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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Bloomington firefighters fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd..
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DAVID PROEBER, THE PANTAGRAPH
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Bloomington firefighters fight a propane fire as part of their live propane fire training Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, at the department’s Station 2, 1911 E. Hamilton Rd.

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