More Police Protests Planned For Today, Urge Johnson To ResignA group of people led by Pastor Gregory Livingston of the New Hope Baptist Church will march starting at Chicago police headquarters to protest the fatal police shooting of 37-year-old Harith Augustus on Saturday.
Anti-Violence Protesters Block Dan Ryan ExpresswayThey came out to march. Protesters organized and local police lined the streets.
Son Of Fallen Officer Greeted By Police On Last Day Of School"It's important to let his son know we're proud of his dad and sacrifice his dad made. We have to let Alex know we'll never forget."
CPD Hosts Appreciation Party At 5th District Headquarters"I do appreciate everybody who is in the line of duty."
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.
CPD Sergeant Critically Injured Helping Save Disabled Woman From FireA Chicago police sergeant was in critical condition Wednesday morning, after suffering smoke inhalation injuries while trying to rescue a disabled woman who also was severely injured in a house fire in the South Chicago neighborhood.
Chicago World Record Set For Living Organ DonorsLiving organ donors from around the world met at Millennium Park.
Police Board Member To Decide If Officer Could Be Fired For Double Fatal ShootingA randomly chosen board member will decide if the Chicago Police Board should move forward with a recommendation to fire Officer Robert Rialmo.
Billionaire Ken Griffin Donates $10M To Help Fight Chicago CrimeThe money will be used to beef up the Police Department’s use of technology to track and fight crime.
CPD: Violent Crimes Have Decreased In The CityThis March had 17 percent fewer shootings than March 2017.
CPD Supt. Rejects COPA Findings, Backs Officer In Double Fatal Shooting
CPD: Gun Violence Down For 12 Consecutive MonthsThe February crime report from the Chicago Police Department showed 26 percent fewer shootings and 22 percent fewer murders last month, compared to February 2017.