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.
'My Integrity Remains Intact'; Police Supt. Johnson Insists Retirement Has Nothing To Do With Inspector General's ProbeJohnson said the only reason he's calling an end to his 31-year career with the department is the toll the job has taken on him and his family.
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.
Neighbors Notice Increased Police Presence Following Mob AttacksNeighbors say they've noticed more police presence following attacks along the Mag Mile last week and today at two CTA stations.
Discrimination Allegation Filed By Chicago Police Superintendent's WifeThe wife of Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson has filed a complaint alleging discrimination within the police department.
Chicago Police To Use Shot Spotter On West SideMayor Rahm Emanuel said it changes the approach from reactive to proactive.
Top Cop Back In Springfield To Seek Crackdown On Repeat Gun OffendersChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson was hoping to convince state lawmakers to approve longer prison sentences for repeat gun offenders.
Cop Didn't Shoot Attacker Over Fear Of National Scrutiny, Superintendent SaysAs aldermen were taking the first official steps to overhaul the way police shootings and allegations of police misconduct are investigated on Wednesday, one officer who was being attacked on the West Side was holding her fire, for fear of the potential scrutiny, Chicago’s top cop said Thursday.
FOP Accuses CPD Of Violating Rights Of Officers Facing Firing Over Laquan McDonald ScandalFraternal Order of Police President Dean Angelo on Monday accused the Chicago Police Department of violating the due process of seven officers who stand to lose their jobs for allegedly covering up the police shooting of Laquan McDonald.
New Interim Supt. Johnson Says He’s Never Witnessed Police Misconduct In 27 Years With CPDInterim Superintendent Eddie Johnson sat down with CBS 2's Derrick Blakley to talk about his plan for reducing crime, police misconduct and the surprise call from City Hall that put him in charge.
Black Aldermen Want To Interview Finalists For Next Police SuperintendentA group of black aldermen on Thursday threatened to withhold their votes on Chicago’s next police superintendent if Mayor Rahm Emanuel does not allow the City Council to question all three finalists for the job.