Chicago Police Supt. David Brown Announces Shakeup Of Command Staff Amid Surge In Gun ViolenceFirst Deputy Supt. Anthony Riccio is retiring, and will be replaced by Eric Carter, who most recently was chief of the Bureau of Counter-Terrorism. Retiring Chief of Patrol Fred Waller will be replaced by Brian McDermott, most recently commander of the Chicago Lawn District.
Retiring First Deputy Police Supt. Anthony Riccio Talks Candidly About Crime And RaceAnthony Riccio has served nine police superintendents in Chicago, and he has seen a lot over the years. But now, the Chicago police first deputy superintendent is retiring.
Chicago Police First Deputy Supt. Anthony Riccio Announces Retirement Effective Aug. 1Chicago Police First Deputy Supt. Anthony Riccio announced his retirement later this summer in an email to the department Tuesday.
Who Will Replace Police Supt. Eddie Johnson? Mayor Lightfoot Not Talking YetWith Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson now retiring, we don’t yet have any idea who will replace him on a permanent basis – though there are interim candidates on the horizon.
CPD's Riccio Has Lightfoot's Ire For Going On Summer VacationPolice confirmed that Anthony Riccio, CPD's First Deputy Superintendent, took a family holiday earlier this month, just after the Memorial Day weekend that resulted in 43 shootings and seven murders.
Supt. Johnson Taps Chief Riccio To Become Chicago’s No. 2 CopChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson announced Thursday that Chief Anthony Riccio, head of the department’s Bureau of Organized Crime, will be promoted to second in command, replacing retiring First Deputy Supt. Kevin Navarro.
New Class Of CPD Detectives Hits The StreetsThis is the first day on the job for new detectives in Chicago: the first graduating class of detectives in the city in five years.
Was Chicago Woman's Death Murder Or Suicide?Chicago Police say she committed suicide. Her family believes she was murdered. It's another questionable case from 2010, the year the police claimed its crime fighting techniques had dramatically reduced the city's murder rate.