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2 IL Cities to Pay Nearly $13 Million Over Pursuit-Related Deaths

January 3, 2018
Ten months later, and less than 5 miles away, off-duty Chicago police Officer David Harris, 42, was driving home after a late shift at work when he, too, died when a speeding car plowed into his vehicle at a South Side intersection.

Disciplinary Board Rules Chicago Officer’s Fatal OIS Unjustified

December 29, 2017
The agency concluded that a “reasonable officer” would not have believed he was in danger of death or serious injury.

New Chicago PD Policy Discourages Using Tasers on People Who Flee

December 26, 2017
The Chicago Police Department has tightened its policy on Taser use, rewriting the rules to discourage officers from shocking people who are running away or otherwise vulnerable to injury.

Off-Duty Chicago Officer Shoots Man Attempting to Carjack Him, Police Say

December 19, 2017
Police say Hendricks and another person approached the officer as he sat in his personal car around 6:30 p.m. Monday. The other person tapped on the passenger side window to distract the officer while Hendricks went to the driver’s side, pulled a gun and demanded the car, police said.

Chicago Officer Named CNN Hero of the Year

December 19, 2017
Maddox started Future Ties, a non-profit after-school program dedicated to helping kids who live in the Parkway Gardens housing complex in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood.

Chicago Police Union Official Says Lawyers Using City Council as "Blank Check" Over Wrongful Convictions

December 12, 2017
Fraternal Order of Police Vice President Martin Preib spoke during the public comment portion of the City Council Finance Committee meeting, where aldermen approved the money for the four men who each spent some 15 years in prison for a 1994 rape and murder before DNA linked the crime to a convicted killer.

Off-Duty Chicago Officer Stabbed while Driving Crashes into School Bus

November 17, 2017
The officer, 47, was stabbed in the head in a domestic attack and taken in serious condition to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where she was stabilized, police said.

IL State's Attorney Dismisses 18 Convictions Involving Former Chicago Sergeant

November 16, 2017
It comes two months after lawyers for the 15 men filed a joint petition seeking to overturn a total of 18 criminal drug convictions, alleging that Watts and his crew framed all of them between 2003 and 2008. Watts and an officer under his command were sent to federal prison in 2013.

Chicago Police Lieutenant Rallies Volunteers to Refurbish Veteran’s Newsstand

November 15, 2017
Chicago Police Lieutenant John Garrido connected with Anthony about a year ago and decided to give Anthony a better place to sell his newspapers. More Here.

Video: Chicago Police Lieutenant Rallies Volunteers to Refurbish Veteran’s Newsstand

November 15, 2017
Chicago Police Lieutenant John Garrido connected with Anthony about a year ago and decided to give Anthony a better place to sell his newspapers.

2 Chicago Officers Injured in Construction Site Crash

October 27, 2017
Two Chicago police officers were injured after crashing into a construction site on the city's South Side early Thursday morning. More Here.

Video: 2 Chicago Officers Injured in Construction Site Crash

October 27, 2017
Two Chicago police officers were injured after crashing into a construction site on the city's South Side early Thursday morning.

Man Pulls Two Guns on Chicago Officer, Tries to Steal Duty Weapon

October 24, 2017
A man was arrested after he fought with an officer, pulled two guns on him, then tried unsuccessfully to steal the officer's gun on the South Side of Chicago, authorities said.

2 Chicago Officers Face Reprimand for Kneeling in Protest on Instagram

September 26, 2017
Two Chicago officers are in trouble for kneeling in a Colin Kaepernick protest style in an Instagram image posted by a local activist.

Chicago Officer Dies of 1988 Shooting Injury Complications

September 7, 2017
Chicago Police Officer Bernie Domagala, 66, succumbed on Tuesday to complications from a gunshot wound sustained on July 14, 1988, while at the scene of a barricade situation.

Chicago Police Superintendent's Kidney Transplant Successful

September 1, 2017
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson's kidney transplant was a success and he was already feeling well enough to check his emails just hours after the surgery, doctors said Thursday.

Illinois Attorney General Sues Chicago to Force Police Reform, Mayor Approves

August 31, 2017
Joining state Attorney General Lisa Madigan in announcing the lawsuit, was Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, reversing his position on whether the city needs strict federal court oversight to make significant changes in the troubled police department.

Chicago Police Superintendent to Receive Kidney from Son

August 24, 2017
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson will have transplant surgery next week to receive a kidney from his son Daniel, who hopes to become a Chicago police officer, the superintendent told members of the department late Wednesday afternoon.

8 Chicago Officers Injured After Social Media Rumors of Fatal OIS Fuel Near Riot

August 23, 2017
Eight Chicago police officers were sent to hospitals with injuries ranging from a broken hand to cuts on the face after false social media rumors of a fatal officer-involved shooting sparked a near riot.

Chicago Police Captain Found Dead in Patrol Car of Apparent Natural Causes

August 14, 2017
The officer, 50-year-old James Lavoy was found unresponsive in his squad car on I-94. Police said there were no signs of trauma and believe it may have been cardiac related.
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