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Chicago Chief Looking to Hire Nearly 1,000 Officers

September 21, 2016
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has announced plans to hire nearly 1,000 new police officers in the next two years. More Here.

Video: Chicago Chief Looking to Hire Nearly 1,000 Officers

September 21, 2016
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has announced plans to hire nearly 1,000 new police officers in the next two years.

Illinois Officer Dies of Heart Attack on Training Run

September 19, 2016
A Cook County (IL) sheriff’s officer from Crest Hill has died as a result of heart problems after collapsing during a run at the department’s training academy in Maywood, where he was an instructor, authorities said.

IL Man Convicted for Using Emojis to Threaten Police Officer

September 16, 2016
A Peoria, IL, man was sentenced Thursday to probation and released after spending 85 days in the Peoria County Jail for writing a threatening message to a then-Peoria police officer on Facebook.

Chicago Seeks Protection for Officers’ Personal E-Mails Regarding McDonald Shooting

September 15, 2016
Chicago city government is trying to keep Chicago Police officers’ personal emails regarding the shooting of Laquan McDonald private.

Chicago Police Union Asks Officers Not to Work Overtime During Labor Day Weekend

September 2, 2016
"In order to show unity and to protest the continued disrespect of Chicago Police Officers and the killings of Law Enforcement Officers across our Country, we are requesting FOP Members to refrain from volunteering to work ... for the entire Labor Day Weekend," the memo said.

Chicago Gangs No Longer Know or Fear the Police, and Bodies Pile Up

August 31, 2016
Politicians know that the gangs are reason for the deaths. Calling it "gun violence" is much safer, especially in wards where gangs often provide political muscle.

Chicago Civilian Office on Police Accountability to Replace IPRA

August 30, 2016
The new agency charged with investigating possible police wrongdoing in Chicago will be called the Civilian Office on Police Accountability, aldermen were told Monday.

Chicago Superintendent Seeks to Fire 7 Officers Over Laquan McDonald Shooting

August 18, 2016
Chicago's police superintendent has recommended that seven officers be fired for lying in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald in October 2014.

Chicago Officer Wounded in Carjacking Investigation

August 17, 2016
The officers tried to stop him, but the man stuck a gun out the window and fired shots at the squad car, according to a statement from the Chicago Police Department. One bullet struck the squad car and grazed an officer in the face, it said.

Chicago Police Warn Violence Against Officers Possible After OIS Video Released

August 5, 2016
Chicago police have warned their law enforcement counterparts across the nation that the release of body camera video showing the fatal shooting of a man by officers may cause violence against law enforcement.

Video: Illinois Officer Seriously Wounded in Sunday Shooting

August 1, 2016
The officer was reportedly alone in his patrol car when he was hit. Chief Jeff Grubbs would not comment on where he was hit or how many times.

Chicago Officer Shot, Suspect Killed in Thursday Gunfight

July 22, 2016
Officers on bicycles were near the Battle of Fort Dearborn Park when a concerned citizen told them there was a man nearby acting erratically, Superintendent Eddie Johnson said in a news conference. More Here.

Video: Chicago Officer Shot, Suspect Killed in Thursday Gunfight

July 22, 2016
Officers on bicycles were near the Battle of Fort Dearborn Park when a concerned citizen told them there was a man nearby acting erratically, Superintendent Eddie Johnson said in a news conference.

Chicago Officers Use Military Training to Save Shooting Victim

July 8, 2016
Cabral, an Army veteran, began applying pressure to the man's chest wound. When that failed, he asked Zuniga, who was a Navy veteran, to grab a QuikClot Combat Gauze from the first-aid kit in his vest and used it to control the bleeding until paramedics arrived.

Video: Chicago Officer on Desk Duty Over Use of Force

June 14, 2016
A Chicago police officer has been placed on desk duty after a video surfaced that appears to show the officer kicking a man in the head on Monday.

Chicago Officer on Desk Duty Over Use of Force

June 14, 2016
A Chicago police officer has been placed on desk duty after a video surfaced that appears to show the officer kicking a man in the head. More Here.

Chicago Police Plan to Revamp Overtime Program

June 10, 2016
As Chicago struggles with some of the worst violence it has seen since the 1990s, the Police Department plans on revamping its overtime program that allows a couple of hundred officers each day to work on their days off, officials said.

Ex-Finalist for Top Cop Job Picked to Oversee Police Reforms in Chicago

June 9, 2016
Now Anne Kirkpatrick will still play a vital role in department reforms after Johnson appointed the 30-year law enforcement veteran to oversee the extensive overhaul as chief of the Bureau of Professional Standards

Chicago Man Holds News Conference on Suing Police, Gets Nabbed for Murder Immediately After

June 9, 2016
Moments after Dominiq Greer held a news conference Wednesday to announce a lawsuit seeking $15 million from the city, he was arrested on a murder warrant as he waited for a ride.
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