City Approves $20M Settlement In Off-Duty Cop's Fatal DUI CrashA City Council committee agreed to pay a total of $20 million to families of two men who were killed by drunken off-duty cop Joseph Frugoli.
Chicago Settles Federal Lawsuit Over Cop 'Code Of Silence'The city of Chicago has settled a lawsuit over whether a police code of silence protected a detective before he drove drunk and killed two men in a 2009 crash.
Can Police Officers’ Code Of Silence Be Broken?CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports that code of silence was under discussion at a meeting held by the Chicago Urban League.
Emanuel Addresses Violence, Says Progress Is Being MadeMayor Emanuel addressed the escalating number of shootings around the city and says some headway is being made in the war against crime.
CPD Asking Local Celebrities To Help End 'Code Of Silence' On CrimePolice officials are hoping to use some big names to counteract the "Don't Snitch" mentality that protects gang members and violent criminals in some neighborhoods.
Federal Judge Preserves 'Code Of Silence' Verdict A judge on Thursday refused to toss a jury verdict that suggested Chicago police adhere to a code of silence in protecting rogue officers, citing its "social value" despite claims by the city that the verdict could cost Chicago millions in other litigation.
Judge Delays Ruling On Request To Vacate 'Code Of Silence' VerdictA judge is delaying a ruling on whether to set aside a federal jury’s verdict that a “code of silence” protected ex-cop Anthony Abbate during an investigation into his beating of bartender Karolina Obrycka in 2007.
Law Professors Ask Judge Not To Toss Jury's 'Code Of Silence' VerdictTwo law professors who have brought police misconduct cases against the city have asked a federal judge to reject Mayor Rahm Emanuel's effort to set aside a jury's judgment that a "code of silence" exists in the Chicago Police Department.
Jury Awards $850K To Woman Beaten By Chicago Cop Anthony AbbateA federal jury has ruled against the city of Chicago and a former Chicago police officer, in a civil trial alleging a code of silence in the Chicago Police Department led to the brutal beating of a female bartender five years ago.
Bartender: Officer Who Attacked Was Protected By 'Code Of Silence'The claim that Chicago Police officers practice a code of silence to protect fellow cops is up in federal court again, this time in connection to the infamous case of former officer Anthony Abbate.