Emanuel, Johnson Deposition Tapes Released In LeGrier Wrongful Death CaseCity lawyers fought to have the Mayor and Police Superintendent’s video depositions sealed permanently, but a judge ordered they be released once a jury was selected in the civil case.
Board To Rule On Whether Rialmo Stays With CPD"I'm hoping someone has some morals and principles and makes the right decision."
Johnson Returns To Site Of Commander's MurderChicago Police Superintendent Johnson called returning to the Thompson Center difficult.
Emanuel Calls For Stronger Legislation To Combat CarjackingsMayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Supt. Eddie Johnson called for a change in state law that will embolden enforcement against car thieves.
CPD Body Camera Expansion Completed Ahead Of ScheduleMayor Emanuel and Police Supt. Johnson announced that every Chicago Police patrol officer in the city is now equipped with a body camera.
Police Search For Carjacker Who Briefly Took Toddler In VehicleInvestigators had their work cut out for them overnight with stolen cars in at least three different neighborhoods in about three hours.
200 Recruits Graduate From Chicago Police AcademyThis graduating class is part of an ongoing hiring plan to add nearly 1,000 officers by the end of 2018.
Chicago Beefs Up Security In Wake Of New York Truck AttackAt least eight people were killed Tuesday when a truck deliberately plowed into pedestrians in lower Manhattan.
Chicago Police Supt. Johnson’s Vehicle Involved In Crash On Dan RyanA vehicle carrying Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson was involved in a minor crash Monday afternoon on the Dan Ryan Expressway.
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Faints At Awards EventChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson passed out at an awards ceremony in Springfield.
CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson's Son A Match For Kidney DonationJohnson's 25-year-old son, Daniel, is one of the best matches for the transplant. They are both preparing for the operation.
CPD On ShotSpotter Sensors: 'We Want To Replicate That Success'Chicago Police say shootings dropped in two districts in March -- and they credit that drop, in part, to new strategies and technology.