Third Chicago Police Officer Temporarily Stripped Of Power Following Violent Brickyard Mall ArrestAnother Chicago police officer is being temporarily stripped of police powers following a violent arrest outside Brickyard Mall. 
Wanted: 18 Suspects In 53 Arsons During Widespread Looting And Civil Unrest In Chicago"Certain individuals acting on the peripheral of peaceful protests appeared to have started fires that caused extensive damage," U.S. Attorney John Lausch said.
Two CTA Employees Fired After Video Showed Bus Driver Body-Slamming Passenger; Victim Wants Them ArrestedTwo CTA employees have been fired for their roles in an altercation with a bus passenger earlier this week, but the man's attorneys say they also should face criminal charges, after he was body-slammed to the pavement earlier this month.
'Violence Is Ripping Us Apart': Mayor Lori Lightfoot Laments Another Bloody Weekend; Police Ask For Help Finding 'Evil, Murdering Bastards' Who Killed 2 Children"Every single one of these deaths means that we are burying our future," Mayor Lightfoot said.
Chicago Police To Deploy 1,200 Extra Officers For July 4th Weekend; 'It's A Full-Court Press'"Our endgame is arrests for the precursors to violence, so every day we're going to be clearing corners," Police Supt. David Brown said.
Arbitrator Allows CPD To Investigate Anonymous Complaints Against Police SupervisorsAccording to the mayor's office, prohibiting anonymous complaints against officers has discouraged people from reporting misconduct, out of fear of retaliation.
One Person In Custody After Chicago Police SUV Shot On Southeast SideOne person is in custody after a shooting incident involving a Chicago police SUV.
Chicago Police Launch Their Latest 'Nerve Center' In Bid To Fight Crime With High-Tech ToolsThe Central District is the latest to get one of the department’s so-called “strategic decision support centers,” (SDSCs) which are now in place in 21 of the city’s 22 police districts
Off-Duty Chicago Detective Rescues Capsized Jet Skiers On Lake MichiganAn off duty Chicago police sergeant jumped on his jet ski to save other jet skiers who capsized on Lake Michigan. 
Chicago Teachers Union Demands More COVID-19 Protections From CityThe Chicago Teachers Union doubled up on its demands Wednesday, calling for police out of the schools but also for more protective measures against coronavirus. 
Chicago Board Of Education Votes To Keep CPD Officers In Chicago Public SchoolsBy a 4-3 vote, Mayor Lori Lightfoot's hand-picked board voted down a motion to terminate a $33 million contract with the Chicago Police Department to provide more than 200 school resource officers and staff sergeants at 72 high schools.