Donald Trump: Chicago Could Stop Violence 'In One Week'Citing a discussion with an anonymous top cop, Donald Trump believes tougher tactics could end Chicago violence in on week...
Suit: Markham Cop Beat Disabled Man During Traffic StopA man with sickle cell anemia filed suit Friday against a south suburban Markham police officer alleging that he was beaten during a traffic stop.
WATCH: After Fatal Police Shooting of Paul O'Neal IPRA Releases VideoCity officials have released nine videos of the moments leading up to and immediately after police shot and killed 18-year-old Paul O’Neal last week.
Park Forest Introduces Problem-Solving Police ProgramResidents of south suburban Park Forest have a new tool to help them deal with annoying non-emergencies in their neighborhood.
Law Enforcement Officials Call On Springfield To Pass BudgetThe lack of a state budget and subsequent drop in social services is leaving law enforcement without vital help in keeping kids out of trouble, reports WBBM's Nancy Harty.
Suspect Injures Crestwood Cop Racing Away From WalmartThe driver of the white Impala got away. But minutes later, officers found the vehicle a driveway on West 150th in Midlothian.
State Sen. Says New Laws Will Will Reform How Police Use Cameras, Misconduct InvestigationsA Chicago state senator says new laws goes into effect next month that will reform how police use cameras and how misconduct is monitored and investigated, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Chicago's New Top Cop: 'I Understand Why People Are Upset'Interim Police Supt. John Escalante talks with CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot about the Laquan McDonald controversy.
Student Had Unloaded Gun In Lincolnshire, Police SayLincolnshire Police school resource officer Thomas Branick says officials elected not to impose a lockdown. There is no reason to think any student was in danger, he said.
Generational Conflict Evident Among Laquan McDonald ProtestersAt least 100 people gathered Monday night for a demonstration and prayer vigil outside Chicago Police Headquarters at 35th and Michigan.
Opinion: Decades Of Complaints Against Chicago Cops Are On The Verge Of Being DestroyedThe city and the police union are duking it out in court over decades of police complaint data...
Data: Chicago Cops Face Many Misconduct Allegations, But Are Rarely DisciplinedTens of thousands of complaints have resulted in few disciplinary actions against the many Chicago police officers being accused of misconduct...

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