2 Investigator Pam Zekman and the Better Government Association have been working for a year to get videotape of the alleged incident.
Police Supt. Garry McCarthy and several other observers have praised officers in the field for their restraint during the NATO Summit protests, but some protest leaders say they cannot see McCarthy’s justification for the use of force.
The results are in following a federal investigation into alleged brutality by members of the Harvey police Department.
North Chicago Mayor Leon Rockingham has accepted the resignation of his embattled police chief.
A police officer in Park Ridge was acting within law enforcement guidelines when he beat a suspect who grabbed him and wouldn’t let go.
The family of a man who died of injuries suffered last month during his arrest by North Chicago Police Tuesday filed a federal civil rights suit against the suburb and six of the officers involved in the arrest.
The death of a man who was shocked with a stun gun has put serious pressure on North Chicago Police Chief Mike Newsome, who was on the hot seat on Thursday.
Former Streamwood police Officer James Mandarino will be on probation for the next 30 months, for beating an unarmed, kneeling man while his dashboard video camera was rolling.
Sentencing was suddenly postponed Monday morning for a former Streamwood police officer, who was convicted of beating an unarmed, kneeling man while his dashboard video camera was rolling.
A Cook County judge has found a former Streamwood police officer guilty of aggravated battery and official misconduct for repeatedly hitting an unarmed man with his baton last year.
The misconduct trial of a former suburban police officer has wrapped up and is now in the hands of the judge.
James Mandarino allegedly used excessive force when he pulled over motorist Ronald Bell last year.
The trial begins today for a Streamwood police officer accused of brutality.
A police misconduct lawsuit in Park Ridge has been dismissed, less than two months after it was filed.
Two Chicago Police officers are taking their boss to court, accusing Supt. Jody Weis of slander after they were accused and later cleared in a brutality investigation.
Two Chicago Police officers allegedly reassigned, and later cleared, in a police brutality investigation filed a slander lawsuit Tuesday against police Supt. Jody Weis.
Seven Chicago police officers have been taken off the street because of accusations of brutality involving a crime suspect in police custody.