Angela Hearts-Glass, Deputy Chief Investigator
Angela Hearts-Glass has 23 years of law enforcement experience in police practices, senior law enforcement experience overseeing patrol, major criminal investigations, and internal affairs. Hearts-Glass retired from City of Evanston Police Department at the rank of Commander she spent the majority her career in the Investigations Division as a Detective of Juvenile and Criminal Investigations. Hearts-Glass is a graduate of Northwestern’s School of Police Staff and Command (class 266) at Northwestern University Center for Public Safety. Upon retirement Hearts-Glass became Director of Safety and Security for Malcolm X College, managing the operations of two campuses. Hearts-Glass is knowledgeable in policy development, training, community development and mediation. Hearts-Glass joined COPA initially as the Director of Quality Management. Hearts-Glass has received special training in Cold Case Analysis, Taser Use of Force, Child Abuse & Sex Abuse and a host of other investigative matters. Hearts-Glass holds a Bachelor’s of Psychology and Master’s of Public Administration from Roosevelt University.