CPD Ending Daily Downtown Deployment With 12 Hour Days, Will No Longer Cancel Days OffYou won't see Chicago police stationed all over downtown anymore like they've been for most of the past year.
Chicago Fraternal Order Of Police Issues Vote Of No Confidence In Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Police Supt. David BrownThe union said officers are upset about canceled days off and forced 12-hour shifts. The union said it is hurting morale.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Brushes Off FOP 'No-Confidence' Vote Against Her, CPD Supt. David Brown, First Deputy Eric CarterMayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday shrugged off a "no-confidence" vote from the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, as she accused the police union’s president of stalling on contract negotiations “so that he doesn’t have to face the reality” of the need for reforms in the department.
Fraternal Order Of Police President John Catanzara Served With Administrative Misconduct ChargesChicago police are trying to get rid of Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara. 
Chicago FOP President John Catanzara Faces New Charges In CPD's Bid To Fire HimThe new charges accuse Catanzara of filing a false police report against then-CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson in 2018 accusing Johnson of breaking the law by joining an anti-violence march on the Dan Ryan Expressway.
At Least 12 CPD Officers And Supervisors Suspended After Lounging In Congressman's Office Amid Looting, Sources SayTwo police sources tell CBS2 Investigator Brad Edwards at least a dozen officers and command staff will face multi-week suspensions.
Aldermen Want Chicago FOP President John Catanzara To Step Down After Downplaying U.S. Capitol RiotDozens of Chicago aldermen are demanding the resignation of Chicago Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara, after he downplayed last week’s assault on the U.S. Capitol, falsely claiming there was no violence from those who stormed the building.
Chicago FOP President Apologizes For Downplaying Attack On U.S. Capitol; Draws Angry Rebuke From National Police UnionCatanzara had claimed the attack on the capitol was exaggerated, falsely asserting there was no violence in the crowd. He has since apologized for what he called "a lapse in judgement."
Police Board Considers Firing Fraternal Order Of Police President Over Social Media PostsThe head of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police could be fired over inflammatory social media posts.
Police Union Fights COPA's Recommendation To Fire Officer Who Used Homophobic Slur During Downtown Unrest In MayA Chicago Police officer was caught on video hurling a homophobic slur at a protester during civil unrest in the downtown area on Saturday, May 30, and the police union does not agree with the recommendation that he be fired.
Illinois Supreme Court Rules CPD Misconduct Records Cannot Be DestroyedThe court found that destroying the documents would violate that state's public records law.