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2 FBI Agents Shot Serving Warrant Near Chicago, Suspect Found Dead

May 24, 2016
Two FBI agents serving an arrest warrant suffered non-life-threatening gunshot wounds Tuesday morning at a Park Forest, IL, home, and a suspect in the residence was found dead, according to the FBI.

After Manhunt, Suspect in Illinois Officer Shooting Is Killed

May 16, 2016
An Illinois man suspected of shooting a police officer after a traffic stop was shot and killed in an incident that also left an FBI agent wounded, Illinois State Police said Sunday.

Illinois Officer Commended for Saving Gunshot Victim with Tourniquet

May 13, 2016
The Evanston Police Department publicly commended Evanston Police Officer William Arzuaga for his quick actions in response to a call of a gunshot victim at 2:33 p.m. April 21 on the 1900 block of Jackson Avenue.

Chicago Police Making Fewest Drug Arrests in Decades

May 10, 2016
Chicago Police are on pace to make 13,000 narcotics arrests by year’s end. That would be the smallest annual tally since 1973, two years after President Richard Nixon declared a national war on drugs.

Manhunt Underway for Illinois Officer Shooting Suspect

May 9, 2016
Pendleton then came across another officer and police say that's when he pulled a handgun and shot Officer Jeremy Sharlow.

Video: Police Pursuits Have Killed 108 People in Chicago Area in Last 10 Years

May 6, 2016
In the majority of cases, it’s not the fleeing driver or fleeing passengers who are getting killed or injured: It’s a pursuing officer or – most often – an innocent bystander.

Illinois State's Attorney Requests Special Prosecutor in Laquan McDonald Shooting

May 6, 2016
In a surprise change of heart, Cook County State's Attorney Anita Alvarez dropped her opposition Thursday to a special prosecutor in the killing of Laquan McDonald and said her office would withdraw from the bombshell case.

Police Pursuits Have Killed 108 People in Chicago Area in Last 10 Years

May 6, 2016
In the majority of cases, it’s not the fleeing driver or fleeing passengers who are getting killed or injured:  It’s a pursuing officer or – most often – an innocent bystander. More Here.

Mayor Says Chicago to Immediately Implement Some Police Bias Task Force Reforms

April 21, 2016
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Thursday that the city will immediately implement about one-third of the recommendations from a scathing police accountability task force report that charged the nation's second-largest police department was beset by systemic racism.

Chicago FOP Chief Slams Incendiary Police Racism Report for "Bias"

April 15, 2016
The president of the largest Chicago police union on Thursday blasted a new report that recommends broad reforms within the department, calling the report one-sided and unfair to officers.

Black Lives Matter Shuts Down Chicago Expressway Over Police Shooting Of Teen

April 14, 2016
Traffic on Chicago's Eisenhower Expressway was disrupted Tuesday night when a Black Lives Matter vigil held over the death of a 16-year-old turned into a march.

Video: Mayor Acknowledges Racism in Chicago Police Department

April 14, 2016
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel left open the possibility Wednesday of dismantling the city's police oversight agency and acknowledged that racism is a problem within the police force and other City Hall departments.

Mayor Acknowledges Racism in Chicago Police Department

April 14, 2016
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel left open the possibility Wednesday of dismantling the city's police oversight agency and acknowledged that racism is a problem within the police force and other City Hall departments. More Here.

Man Gets 100 Years for Shooting 2 Chicago Officers

April 12, 2016
During the fight, Holley pulled out a .22-caliber pistol from his waist and shot one of the officers in the left bicep and grazed his left temple. When the first officer fell to the ground, Holley shot the second officer in the head, prosecutors said.

Illinois Department Discontinues Body Camera Use

April 11, 2016
The Minooka (IL) Police Department has stopped using officer body cameras after a six-month testing phase because of the increased workload involved.

Illinois Officer Shot in Head Improving, Moved to Rehab Facility

April 7, 2016
The Park Forest (IL) Police Department posted on its Facebook page an encouraging update on the condition of Officer Timothy Jones, who was severely wounded investigating a break-in last month.

Chicago Police Overtime tops $116 Million Because of Officer Shortage, Protests

April 5, 2016
The Chicago Police Department spent a record $116.1 million on overtime in 2015 — up 17.2 percent from the previous year — to mask a manpower shortage that has mushroomed under Mayor Rahm Emanuel, with police retirements outpacing hiring by 975 officers.

Off-Duty Chicago Officer Shoots Man Who Beat Him with Baseball Bat

March 22, 2016
An off-duty Chicago police officer shot and wounded a man who hit him with a baseball bat late Saturday in the Belmont Central neighborhood, authorities said.

Video: Illinois Officer Critically Wounded Investigating Break-In

March 21, 2016
A Park Forest, IL police officer was critically wounded in a shooting that left a break-in suspect dead early Saturday morning, police said.

Illinois Officer Critically Wounded Investigating Break-In

March 21, 2016
A Park Forest, IL police officer was critically wounded in a shooting that left a break-in suspect dead early Saturday morning, police said. More Here.
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