Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy
While President Obama seems to be supporting some decriminalization of marijuana, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says it’s a bad idea.
CBS 2 Chief correspondent Jay Levine sat down with Superintendent McCarthy, and began by asking the simple question: Are we safe?
he Chicago Police Department is reportedly about to start a new program designed to do something about the co-called “code of silence,” which, police say, makes investigating crimes very difficult because often witnesses and even victims won’t tell police what they know, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy showed off some of the 1220 guns seized by officers in the first nine weeks of the year, and he said he’s considering expanding the number of “hot zones” he saturates with officers on overtime.