Johnson Changes Course, Takes 7 Cops Who Worked Under Watts Off StreetAfter Thursday’s unprecedented exoneration of fifteen men who claimed they were victims of corrupt cops, seven officers were pulled off the streets.
Data Centers To Help More Chicago Police DistrictsThe Grand Crossing and South Chicago districts will be getting the so-called Strategic Decision Support Centers. They're data driven operations that tell commanders where best to deploy officers and resources.
Doctor: Police Superintendent's Kidney Transplant Successful Doctors say Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson's kidney transplant was a success and he is expected to leave the hospital this weekend.
Chicago Police On Track To Recover 6,000th Illegal GunChicago Police officers are set to recover their 6,000th illegal gun in the coming days.
Cook County State's Attorney's Office Makes Changes To Handling Murder CasesThe Cook County State's Attorney's office is changing the way it handles homicide cases, with the goal of getting more convictions.
Chicago Police Chief Kidney Transplant Could Be Days AwayChicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is a few weeks — if not days — away from having a kidney transplant.
Chicago Police Add Over 1,000 Extra Officers To Memorial Day Weekend PatrolsAs the Memorial Day weekend gets underway, expect to see more Chicago police on the streets and along the city’s lakefront.
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.
Chicago Police Use New Technology With Hope To Reduce ViolenceIn the 7th (Englewood) and 11th (Harrison) Districts on the South and West Sides, police now staff Strategic Decision Support Centers or “hunch centers” for short.
CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson Reacts To DOJ Report FindingsCBS 2 speaks with Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson with reaction to the findings.
Sergeant Who Fatally Shot Kajuan Raye Relieved Of Police PowersChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson on Saturday said he’s relieving the sergeant involved in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man of his police powers.
Chicago Police Using Social Media To Improve ImageThat's what's pushing a recent social media surge from within the department, WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.