Chicago Aldermen Set To Discuss Anjanette Young Ordinance, Calling For Rules Protecting People's Civil Rights During Police RaidsChicago aldermen on Tuesday will discuss a proposed city ordinance that is aimed at making sure what happened to Anjanette Young doesn’t happen to you.
Hundreds Of Motorcyclists Turn Out For Ride To Remember, In Support Of Chicago's Fallen Police OfficersIt sounded like rolling thunder on Chicago’s West Side Sunday, but it was actually a show of support for Chicago’s fallen police officers.
Attorney General Merrick Garland Visits Chicago As Feds Launch Strike Force Amid Serious Spike In ViolenceViolence in Chicago has risen to the point where the feds are stepping in, with U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland paying a visit on Thursday.
U.S. DOJ Announces Multi-Jurisdictional Plan To Fight Gun Trafficking, A Major Focus In Chicago Violent Crime Reduction EffortsOfficials from the U.S. Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have announced concrete steps to fight illegal gun trafficking – which is a principal focus in efforts to reduce violent crime in Chicago.
Scorching Report From Independent Monitoring Team Says Chicago Police Were Not Prepared Or Trained For Civil Unrest In Wake Of George Floyd ProtestsA new report concludes that Chicago and its Police Department weren’t prepared, trained, or ready for the protests, looting, and unrest we saw last year after the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Chicago Police Announce New Investigations Team That Will Go After Gun TraffickersChicago Police Supt. David Brown had a strong message Monday – “We are coming for you.” The message was directed at gun traffickers and straw purchasers who are bringing illegal guns to the city.
ACLU Sues Chicago Police, Demanding Information About Social Media Monitoring ProgramThe American Civil Liberties Union is suing is suing Chicago Police, demanding to know about the department’s controversial social media monitoring program.
'Dixie Pipeline' Is Sending A Lot Of Guns To Chicago From Mississippi; What Is Behind It?On Tuesday, CBS 2’s Chris Tye took a close look at where the guns being trafficked from before they end up at Chicago crime scenes.
2 CPD Officers Injured In Bucktown By Man They Say Resisted ArrestTwo Chicago police officers were injured while trying to arrest a man in Bucktown.
Police Supt. David Brown Meets With President Biden At White House Amid Spike In Chicago Violence; New Plan Will Focus On Gun TraffickingChicago Police Supt. David Brown was headed back to Chicago late Monday after meeting with President Joe Biden in Washington to talk about the city's crime problem.
Chicago Police Send Warning To Officers After Shots Were Fired At Two Off-Duty Officers' Cars This Past WeekendA warning was sent to Chicago Police officers Monday, after shots were fired at two officers while off-duty this weekend.
String Of Purse Robberies Along Mag Mile Prompts CPD AlertA string of robberies at stores along the north end of the Magnificent Mile has prompted a warning from Chicago police.
Police Questioning Person Of Interest After CPD Officer And 2 ATF Agents Shot In Morgan Park; Sources Say They Were Targeted And AmbushedDetectives were questioning a "person of interest" Wednesday night, after a Chicago Police officer and two ATF agents were shot earlier in the Morgan Park neighborhood. Sources said they were targeted and ambushed.
Police Supt. David Brown Blames Prosecutors, Judicial System In Part For Gun Violence, State's Attorney Kim Foxx Fires BackFollowing a July 4th holiday weekend in which 100 people were shot and 18 of them were killed, police Supt. David Brown and Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx have gotten into a very public fight.
After 100 People Were Shot In Chicago Over Holiday Weekend, Including 11 Children, Police Supt. David Brown Focuses On Illegal GunsAt least 100 people were shot in Chicago this past July 4th weekend, while we were supposed to be celebrating America’s independence.