Chicago FOP Boss To Meet With Trump Administration On Chicago CrimeChicago Fraternal Order of Police President Dean Angelo Sr. will be meeting Trump administration officials later this week to discuss the city’s problems with gun violence.
Police Apologize To Family After Officers Raid Wrong ApartmentChicago police said they will pay for repairs after officers raided the wrong home Thursday morning, terrifying a Lawndale family.
CPD Detective Sues City For Alleged Whistleblower Act ViolationA detective with the Chicago Police Department is suing the city of Chicago for allegedly violating the Illinois Whistleblower act by retaliating against her for reporting the possible misconduct of two officers.
CPD Expands New Crime Fighting CenterThe Chicago Police Department is expanding its preventive crime fighting technology to two more districts on the south and west sides.
CPD Supt. Johnson To Meet A.G. Sessions To Discuss Chicago CrimePolice Supt. Eddie Johnson was in Washington, D.C., on Thursday to meet with Attorney General Jeff Sessions about gun violence in Chicago.
351 New Officers, Detectives, Sergeants Graduate Police AcademyOne of the largest Chicago police graduation ceremonies in recent history was held Wednesday morning, as a class of 351 new officers, detectives, and sergeants took their oaths of office.
Chicago Police Department's Next Steps For ReformAmong them: Better community policing, improved training for officers, revising the use of force policies.
Chicago's Top Cop To Lobby Lawmakers On Repeat Gun Offender LawChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson was in Springfield on Thursday to urge state lawmakers to approve tougher sentences for repeat gun offenders.
Johnson Sees "Room For Optimism" In CPD February Crime DataWhile murders and shootings through February in Chicago saw only a slight decline from last year, Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson said there was reason for optimism in the city’s two most violent police districts.
Power Goes Out At CPD HeadquartersChicago’s Police Department headquarters was without power for more than two hours Thursday afternoon, but officials say core functions were not affected.
Anita Alvarez: 'I Do Feel Like The Scapegoat'The Cook County State’s Attorney sat down with CBS 2’s Brad Edwards to discuss Chicago street violence, policing and what her future holds.
CPD: Addison Red Line Bag Checks Not Related To ImmigrationThe screenings are a counterterrorism effort that started in 2014, the Sun-Times reported at the time. Such checkpoints are conducted by officers who randomly search riders’ bags for explosives.