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Tunnel to Towers: Firefighter’s Legacy Helps Fallen Cops’ Families

Tunnel to Towers: Firefighter’s Legacy Helps Fallen Cops’ Families

The foundation’s Fallen First Responder Home Program was started following the December 2014 murders of NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. The two officers were sitting in their patrol car in Brooklyn when a gunman walked up and opened fire simply because they were wearing the uniform and badge.

May 3, 2022

Illinois Deputy Killed Deploying Spike Strip During Pursuit

Many Chicago Cops Remain Unvaccinated as Mandate Deadline Passes

As the latest deadline for Chicago police officers to get the COVID-19 vaccine came and went Wednesday, up to 681 police employees — or 5.5% of the department — could be refusing to get the vaccine without a valid accommodation in place.

April 14, 2022

IL Officer Wounded, Suspect Killed in Grocery Store Gunfight
Chicago Officer Wounded, Suspect Shot During Chaotic Traffic Stop
2 Chicago Officers Shot While Getting Food, Suspect in Custody
Chicago Police Chaplain Helps Rescue Man from Overturned Car

Chicago Police Chaplain Helps Rescue Man from Overturned Car

"Fr. Dan Brandt #ChicagoPolice Chaplain, removed his priest collar and put on his superhero cape, by risking his own safety in removing and assisting an injured driver from their vehicle in a rollover accident on the Kennedy Expy on 2/17. Fr. Dan called EMS to the scene."

March 3, 2022

Chicago Lieutenant Sues Law School, Claims Discrimination Against White Police
Chicago Police Propose Revised Foot Pursuit Policy

Chicago Police Propose Revised Foot Pursuit Policy

Foot pursuits stemming from minor traffic offenses remain prohibited under the revised policy. The revised policy also expands the role of supervisors to ensure there is appropriate supervision and communication if a pursuit is initiated, according to a statement from the police department.

February 14, 2022

Chicago Police Losing More Officers Than They Hire

Chicago Police Losing More Officers Than They Hire

“People make good arrests, do great police work, and the cases don’t get approved for felonies or don’t get prosecuted to the full extent of the law. It’s frustrating,” Roy said in an interview. “There’s a sense that the city doesn’t have the officers’ backs.”

February 11, 2022

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