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.
Police Board Clears Officer Brandon Ternand In 2012 Fatal Shooting Of Dakota Bright, An Unarmed Black TeenThe Chicago Police Board has cleared a white police officer in the controversial shooting death of an unarmed black teenager six years ago.
Police Board Member To Decide If Officer Could Be Fired For Double Fatal ShootingA randomly chosen board member will decide if the Chicago Police Board should move forward with a recommendation to fire Officer Robert Rialmo.
Vote Delayed On Former Deputy Mayor's Appointment To Chicago Police BoardMayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointment former Deputy Mayor Andrea Zopp to the Chicago Police Board hit a slight speed bump on Friday.
Emanuel To Appoint Lightfoot To New Term As Head Of Police Discipline BoardEnding weeks of speculation, Mayor Emanuel said he would reappoint an occasional critic, Lori Lightfoot, as head of the Chicago Police Board
Police Board Delays Discipline For Cops In Laquan McDonald ShootingThe officers have argued they should be able to go back to work and earn a paycheck if there is a long delay in the disciplinary process.
No CPD Officers Cleared By Police Board In 2016All 15 officers who went before the Police Board in 2016 were found guilty of misconduct and were either fired, suspended or quit the force.
Police Board Votes To Fire CPD OfficerThe board voted 8-0 to dismiss Officer Francisco Perez, who fired 16 shots at the wrong car after witnessing a drive-by shooting in 2011.
CPD Seeks To Discipline — But Not Fire — 4 Cops In Mcdonald CaseChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson is moving to discipline four more officers for alleged misconduct in connection with the 2014 Laquan McDonald shooting — but he’s not seeking to fire any of them, a police spokesman said Friday.
Van Dyke "Feels Responsible" Other Cops Face Firing Over McDonald ShootingThe attorney for Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke said his client is struggling with feelings of responsibility for his colleagues’ legal troubles, with the Police Department seeking to fire four other officers for allegedly lying about the shooting of Laquan McDonald.
IPRA Wants 3 Cops Fired For Shootings Found To Be UnjustifiedThe officers were involved in two separate cases in which shots were fired into vehicles. In both cases, IPRA ruled the officers were not in danger when they fired their weapons.