Chicago Police Board Officially Picks 3 Finalists For CPD SuperintendentCPD Deputy Chief of Patrol Ernest Cato III, Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman, and former Dallas Police Chief David Brown are the three nominees to permanently replace former Supt. Eddie Johnson.
Chicago Police Board To Announce Nominees For New CPD Superintendent On WednesdayNearly five months after launching a nationwide search for a permanent successor to former Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, the Chicago Police Board is set to meet on Wednesday to announce the three nominees it is recommending to Mayor Lori Lightfoot.
Police Board Orders 2 Officers Fired In 2016 Shooting That Killed Paul O'NealThe Chicago Police Board has ruled that two officers will be fired for the 2016 shooting that killed a teen named Paul O’Neal.
Chicago Police Board Hears From Public On Superintendent SearchThe public got to weigh in Monday on the search for Chicago’s next police superintendent.
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Confirms He's Retiring At The End Of The Year; 'It’s Time For Someone Else To Pin These Four Stars To Their Shoulders'Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson will be stepping down, amid an inspector general's investigation into the incident in which he was found slumped over in his Chevy Tahoe after he'd been drinking at a dinner with friends last month.
Chicago Police Board Begins Hearings On Bid To Fire Officer Patrick Kelly For Shooting Friend And Lying About ItPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson filed disciplinary charges against Kelly, accusing him of shooting Michael LaPorta without justification in January 2010.
How Will The Chicago's Next Police Superintendent Be Chosen?With Police Supt. Eddie Johnson announcing his retirement Thursday, the Chicago Police Board will soon begin the process of searching for his permanent replacement.
Chicago Police Board Decides To Fire Officer Robert Rialmo Over Deadly ShootingThe Chicago Police Board on Thursday decided to fire Officer Robert Rialmo over a 2015 shooting that left two people dead – one of them an innocent bystander.
Chicago Police Board Fires Four Cops Connected To Jason Van Dyke Shooting Of Laquan McDonaldThree Chicago police officers and a police sergeant have been fired for covering up for Jason Van Dyke after he fatally shot Laquan McDonald, the Police Board said Thursday night.
Chicago Police Board Begins Hearing Evidence In Effort To Fire Officer Robert Rialmo In Fatal Shooting Of Bettie JonesThe Chicago Police Board began hearing evidence on Monday against Officer Robert Rialmo, to determine if he should be fired for violating department rules in the 2015 shooting that killed 19-year-old Quintonio LeGrier and 55-year-old Bettie Jones.
Police Board To Decide Fate Of 4 Officers Accused Of Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald ShootingFour Chicago police officers accused of covering up the circumstances of the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald face possible firing, as the Chicago Police Board begins a hearing on their case on Wednesday.
Police Board To Move Forward With Disciplinary Cases Against 4 Officers Accused Of Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald ShootingThe process to potentially fire four Chicago police officers accused of trying to cover up the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald gets underway on Monday.
Johnson Reverses Course, Recommends Officer Rialmo Be Fired For Fatal Shooting Of Bettie JonesPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson has asked the Chicago Police Board to fire Officer Robert Rialmo for the 2015 shooting that killed Quintonio LeGrier and Bettie Jones.
Police Board To Make Final Call On Superintendent's Move To Fire 2 Officers For Shooting At Moving CarPolice Superintendent Eddie Johnson determined earlier this year that the officers shouldn't have opened fire on the stolen Jaguar during a chase that ended with the 18-year-old unarmed driver being shot in the back by another officer after he jumped from the vehicle and ran.
Firing Of Two CPD Cops Who Fired At Car, Killing Teen RecommendedThe chase and fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Paul O'Neal by another officer is a significant event in large part because video of the chase — the shooting itself was not captured by video — was the first to be released under a policy that calls for such material to be made public.