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Chicago Sergeant Under Investigation for Helping Homeless Girls, Grandmother

March 17, 2017
After discovering the deplorable conditions the girls were living in, Artz launched an effort to raise money and supplies for the kids and the grandmother who agreed to take care of them.

Video: Chicago Sergeant Under Investigation for Helping Homeless Girls, Grandmother

March 17, 2017
After discovering the deplorable conditions the girls were living in, Artz launched an effort to raise money and supplies for the kids and the grandmother who agreed to take care of them.

Chicago Police Recruits Rarely Wash Out of Academy

March 15, 2017
Over a recent four-year period, the academy graduated more than 97 percent of its recruits, according to department figures obtained by the Chicago Tribune through a public records request.

Recruit Booted From Chicago Police Academy Wins Second Chance After Legal Battle

March 14, 2017
His long legal battle shows the difficulties sometimes faced by the Chicago Police Department in the relatively rare instances in which it fires a recruit from the academy.

Man Awarded $25 Million for Wrongful Conviction Used Money to Lead Street Gang

March 10, 2017
A judge has sentenced a Chicago man, who won a $25 million award in 2012 for a wrongful murder conviction only to spend it on rebuilding his Simon City Royals street gang, to nine years and two months in prison.

Video: Man Awarded $25 Million for Wrongful Conviction Used Money to Lead Street Gang

March 10, 2017
A judge has sentenced a Chicago man, who won a $25 million award in 2012 for a wrongful murder conviction only to spend it on rebuilding his Simon City Royals street gang, to nine years and two months in prison.

Chicago Police Ease Restrictions on Use of Force in Revised Policy

March 7, 2017
Pulling back on proposed rule changes that upset some rank-and-file officers, police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has proposed a new use-of-force policy that is less restrictive than the one he floated five months ago.

Amtrak Police Officer Charged with Murder in Chicago OIS

February 17, 2017
The Cook County State’s Attorney’s office said the officer who shot Chad Robertson, 31-year-old LaRoyce Tankson, turned himself in late Thursday, and has been charged with first-degree murder. A judge set his bail at $250,000 Friday afternoon.

Illinois Proposes State Police Hiring in Effort to Curb Violence

February 16, 2017
Illinois' governor on Wednesday proposed boosting the shrinking ranks of the Illinois State Police in an effort to quell a steady increase in gun violence spilling over from Chicago's neighborhoods onto the city's expressways.

2 Chicago Officers Injured in Crash During Pursuit

February 15, 2017
Officers who were pursuing the SUV collided with an Uber driver in a Nissan Sentra in the University Village/Little Italy neighborhood.

Video: Chicago Officers Cleared of Racial Profiling Allegations Made by Congressman

February 10, 2017
Two Chicago Police officers have been cleared of wrongdoing after U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush claimed he had been racially profiled during a traffic stop last summer, according to a police spokesman.

Inside the Chicago PD's Revised Officer Training Program

February 7, 2017
Chicago's 2016 crime rates were staggering and City Hall is hoping 1,000 additional police officers on the streets can stem the violence. But mass hirings are a challenge and the Chicago Police Department has the added weight of a Department of Justice investigation that found police training practices have been grossly inadequate. More Here.

Video: Inside the Chicago PD's Revised Officer Training Program

February 7, 2017
Chicago's 2016 crime rates were staggering and City Hall is hoping 1,000 additional police officers on the streets can stem the violence. But mass hirings are a challenge and the Chicago Police Department has the added weight of a Department of Justice investigation that found police training practices have been grossly inadequate.

Suicide Rate Much Higher at Chicago PD Than Other Agencies

January 30, 2017
Among the ranks of the nearly 10,000 patrol officers of the CPD, an average of three officers will take their own lives each year, according to life insurance claims information from the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7, the union representing the bulk of the department’s sworn officers.

Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Needs Kidney Transplant

January 27, 2017
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson — who fell ill and lost his balance during a news conference at a South Side police station on Friday — needs a kidney transplant.

Trump Tweets About Chicago 'Carnage,' Says He May 'Send In The Feds!' If Not Fixed

January 25, 2017
President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday night about Chicago's violence, saying he will "send in the Feds!" if the city "doesn't fix the horrible 'carnage' going on."

Video: IL Officer Killed in Crash Responding to Retail Theft Call

January 20, 2017
A 27-year-old police officer was killed Thursday night while responding to a call in northwest suburban Bloomingdale, IL. Police Chief Frank Giammarese remembered Officer Raymond Murrell as a "shining star."

IL Officer Killed in Crash Responding to Retail Theft Call

January 20, 2017
A 27-year-old police officer was killed Thursday night while responding to a call in northwest suburban Bloomingdale, IL. Police Chief Frank Giammarese remembered Officer Raymond Murrell as a "shining star." More Here.

Former Chicago PD Superintendent Calls Out DOJ for "Wrong" Conclusions

January 13, 2017
“My narrative does not fit the narrative that they are pushing,” said McCarthy, who was fired in late 2015 by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Video: Justice Department Slams Chicago PD for "Excessive Force" and "Deficient Training"

January 13, 2017
A federal investigation into the Chicago police found that officers engage “in a pattern or practice of use of excessive force,” part of larger, ingrained failures in how the department trains officers and reviews misconduct, Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch announced Friday.
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