Violent crimes and thefts on the CTA dropped by more than a third in the first half of this year, compared to the first six months of last year, city officials said Tuesday.
The Emanuel administration has outlined a plan to impose strict regulations on gun shops that open within city limits, including a requirement to record every sale on video.
There was more disciplinary action handed down by the CTA Friday in two cases CBS 2 has been reporting on this week.
The Boston Marathon bombings showed how quickly surveillance images can help identify suspects. CBS 2′s Mai Martinez reports.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel refused to comment Wednesday on reports a possible suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings has been identified and an arrest is imminent, but he is talking about how surveillance cameras aided the investigation.
The head of the Chicago Transit Authority said he hopes surveillance cameras aboard CTA trains and at CTA stations will act as a deterrent to more mob attacks like the ones that occurred this past weekend.
There a few life-changing events in our lives. No question, 9/11 was one of them. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports on how even a simple stroll into work is different than it was a decade ago.
Cook County is doing away with a 7-year-old program to, among other things, equip suburban police cars and fire trucks with cameras.
Chicago’s vast network of surveillance cameras is about to get even bigger.