CPD Cmdr. Glenn Evans Sues City, Claiming Bias In IPRA ProbeChicago Police Cmdr. Glenn Evans claims a bitter former colleague at the Independent Police Review Authority, and political pressure to look tough on “dirty” cops, led to his indictment last year for official misconduct and aggravated battery.
City Asks Court To Preserve CPD Misconduct RecordsThe City of Chicago is asking a judge to order the preservation of police disciplinary records while also striking a section of the rank-and-file police union’s collective bargaining agreement, ensuring those records would be preserved in the future.
Person Shot By Civilian CPD Employee In Lawndale A civilian employee of the Chicago Police Department shot a man who allegedly tried to rob him Monday morning in the Lawndale neighborhood.
Chicago Police Department Suspends Outdoor Roll Calls"Outdoor roll calls are postponed but not canceled," said Police News Affairs Director Anthony Guglielmi in a statement released Wednesday.
CPD Gets 4 New Mounted Officers After "Extremely Difficult" TrainingThe officers ran their equine partners through a demonstration that included a police SUV barreling into the training arena at the South Shore Cultural Center.
Danger-Wary Chicago Police To Continue Working In PairsFirst Deputy Supt. John Escalante says the Chicago department has reached out to the police department in Baton Rouge, La. to offer any support.
McCarthy Struggling With Being 'On The Sidelines' Amid Attacks On PoliceThe impact of the murders of three police officers in Baton Rouge on Sunday could be felt in Chicago, where police already were taking steps for extra protection in the wake of the slayings of five police officers in Dallas, but former Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy offered a different perspective on the threat to police.
Chicago Police On Edge After 3 Baton Rouge Officers Slain In AmbushPolice in Chicago and across the country have been on high alert since a sniper killed five officers and wounded nine others in Dallas on July 7, and tensions were heightened 10 days later, when six Baton Rouge officers were shot, three of them fatally on Sunday.
City To Pay Out $3.75 Million To Family Of Man Killed By PoliceThe seven-figure payout is the largest of three settlements — all in cases of alleged misconduct by Chicago Police officers — set for approval by the City Council’s Finance Committee on Tuesday.
Annual CPD Vs. CFD Charity Baseball Game Rained OutOne casualty of Wednesday night's storm was the annual CFD Bravest vs. CPD Finest baseball classic at U.S. Cellular Field.
Cubs, City Conduct Active Shooter Drill At Wrigley FieldWrigley Field became the scene of an active shooter drill on Thursday, in an effort to make sure the Friendly Confines remain friendly and safe for fans.
Alderman Blasts Lightfoot For Criticism Of Police Reform HearingsOne of the Chicago aldermen leading public hearings on efforts to overhaul the Police Department lashed out Thursday at critics who have called their hearings a “sham.”

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