Chicago Police Sergeant Not Punished For Racist Slur About ObamaRecords show that a white Chicago police sergeant was never punished for using a racist slur about then-President Barack Obama more than three years ago.
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Released From Rush Medical Center After Blood Clot Found In His LungChicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson was released from Rush Medical Center Monday afternoon after being hospitalized Friday, according to police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
Chicago Police Department Kicks Off Two-Day Mental Health Summit; 'We Are Here To End Officer Suicides'
Mayor, Top Cop Announce New Initiative To Team Up With Businesses To Fight CrimeCity Hall and the Chicago Police Department are launching a new crime-fighting initiative that will have police partnering with local businesses.
Police Roll Out Cameras To Catch Expressway ShootersAbout 20 federally-funded cameras with a price tag of about $500,000 have been installed on the Eisenhower Expressway with license plate readers and the ability to record and store video for 30 days at a time.
54 Illegal Guns Seized So Far On Holiday Weekend, Police SayOn Saturday morning, Chicago police said they had already seized 54 illegal guns and arrested eight people on gun charges during the Memorial Day weekend.
Mayor Lightfoot, CPD Announce Safety Plan For Memorial Day WeekendTargeted raids on gang members and cooperation with the feds are both tactics Chicago cops are using to try to reduce Memorial Day weekend violence.
Mayor Lightfoot Unveils Plans To Combat Summertime Violence"We're engaging with people in those neighborhoods and we're bringing resources in those neighborhoods in particular where we have concerns about about any kinds of conflict."
Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, Schools CEO Janice Jackson Keep Jobs Under Mayor Lori LightfootChicago's top cop and the CEO of Chicago's Public Schools will continue in those roles under Mayor Lori Lightfoot's administration, the mayor's office announced on Tuesday.
Mothers Gather To Remember Children Who Died From Overdoses, Demand Dealers Be Held AccountableThis Mother's Day, dozens gathered to remember those killed by drugs and to call attention to punish those responsible.
Families Of Fallen Chicago Police Officers Arrive In DC For National Police WeekThe families of four Chicago police officers who died in the line of duty last year have arrived in Washington, D.C. for National Police Week.