Police Vacation Day Policy Changed In Light Of Weis' Big PayoutAfter a controversial payout to former police Supt. Jody Weis, the new superintendent is making some major policy changes.
McCarthy On Mob Attacks: Police Are 'On Top' Of ItPolice Supt. Garry McCarthy on Tuesday downplayed the significance of mob attacks in the downtown area, and said police are “on top of” the situation.
Weis To Announce New Job In Private SectorFormer Police Supt. Jody Weis says he is going into the private sector, to a job that will be announced, perhaps as early as this week.
Officers Seek To Get Imprisoned Colleague TransferredSome Chicago Police officers have started a letter-writing campaign, in an effort to get the Federal Bureau of Prisons to move one of their own to a prison closer to home.
City Wins 3 Court Cases Against PoliceThe city won three cases in federal court on Thursday, all involving allegations against the police department.
Emanuel Criticizes Weis' Handling Of CPDMayor elect Rahm Emanuel is being critical of Chicago’s Police administration as he prepares to take office in May.
Weis Says Crime Is Down; Some Other Cops DoubtfulPolice Supt. Jody Weis says crime in Chicago was down in November and has been dropping consistently for almost two years, but some police officers say people are not feeling safer.
Nearly $5M In Cocaine, Heroin Seized In BustPolice responding to a call of a suspicious vehicle uncovered nearly $5 million worth of heroin and cocaine in the car.
Attorney: Suspending Officers Was Rush To JudgmentTwo Chicago Police officers are taking their boss to court, accusing Supt. Jody Weis of slander after they were accused and later cleared in a brutality investigation.
FOP Threatens Lawsuit Over Police Beating ClaimsThe Fraternal Order of Police is threatening a lawsuit, after seven Chicago Police officers were stripped of their powers on claims that they beat a handcuffed suspect, only for two to be cleared within days.