COPA Released Body Cam Video Of Adam Toledo Police Shooting Within 17 Days, But They Have Not Always Met The 60-Day DeadlineIt has only been 17 days since police shot and killed Adam Toledo, 13, in Little Village, and the Civilian Office of Police Accountability has been quick to release the video.
Latest Court-Ordered Report On CPD Reforms Finds City Still Missing Most Deadlines, But Making Better ProgressThe independent monitor reviewing the Chicago Police Department’s progress on court-ordered reforms offered a mixed report card on Wednesday in its latest review.
City Argues Attorneys Cannot Bring Enforcement Action On CPD Consent Decree Over Search Warrant Tactics, Because Consent Decree Does Not Mention ThemThe City of Chicago on Wednesday challenged an enforcement action team of attorneys instrumental in the Chicago Police consent decree – arguing the police raids with which the attorneys took issue are not addressed in the consent decree and thus cannot be a basis for an enforcement action.
CPD Releases New Reforms In Response To Consent DecreeThey're all in response to the consent decree, calling for critical changes in police procedures.
City Lawyers Ask For More Time To Respond To Enforcement Action On Reforms Required By Chicago Police Consent DecreeThere was more stalling from the City of Chicago on Tuesday when it comes to making changes to how Chicago police execute search warrants.
Chicago Police ‘Illegal, Violent’ Raids Violate Consent Decree, Attorneys Say, Forcing City Back to Federal CourtA team of attorneys instrumental in the Chicago Police consent decree took legal action against the city Wednesday, saying it failed to make critical changes to stop a pattern of unconstitutional raids.
Amid Fallout Over Anjanette Young Incident, Attorney Says It's 'Beyond Disappointing' That City Hasn't Responded To CPD Consent Decree Enforcement ActionThe city’s Law Department has not responded to a 14-page enforcement action sent to the city more than four months ago by a group of lawyers instrumental in the Chicago Police Department consent decree - demanding an end to the pattern that we had documented of “abusive” search warrant tactics.
Chicago Police Announce Path Forward In Fulfilling Consent Decree, But Do Not Address Complaints About Missed DeadlinesThe Chicago Police Department on Monday announced a path forward to fulfill a federal consent decree that took effect last year.
Attorneys Demand Chicago Police Stop Its ‘Abusive’ Search Warrant Tactics, Or They’ll Take CPD To Federal CourtA team of lawyers instrumental in the Chicago Police consent decree is demanding an overhaul of the department’s search warrant process, saying its methods are unconstitutional.
Attorney And Professor Craig Futterman Says CPD Is Dragging Feet On Consent Decree, Talks About What Defunding Police Might AccomplishJoining CBS 2’s Jim Williams and Brad Edwards Monday was Craig Futterman, a civil rights attorney and professor of law at the University of Chicago specializing in police accountability.
Promising Focus On Community Policing, Acting CPD Supt. David Brown Easily Wins Public Safety Committee Approval As New Top Cop“I will develop and identify community policing savants to push, pull, and if necessary to drag the police department to a community policing-oriented culture that yields outcomes that make us all safer," Brown said.
Changes Coming To CPD As Overhaul Starts Next MonthEleven hundred officers moving back under district command. Interim Superintendent Charlie Beck said the added resources come with added accountability for commanders.
Chicago Police To Get Help With Mental Health Crisis CallsAfter the consent decree last year, following a scathing U.S. Justice Department report in 2016 calling for sweeping changes to CPD and how officers handle mental health issues.
Chicago Cops Pointed Guns At People 246 Times In One Month Period: New Data
City's Inspector General Says CPD Taking 'Baby Steps' Eight Months Into Court-Ordered Reform Plan“I can tell you there is a mindfulness right now about not overwhelming the department, and setting expectations that would doom the department to failure," Inspector General Joseph Ferguson said.