Chicago FOP Removes Lodge President Shields Directors of the union that represents rank-and-file Chicago police officers have removed the lodge's president.
Police, Fire Unions Raise Objections To School Safety PlanThe plan, called safe passage- involves not only police, but firefighters, animal control officers and streets and san employees. CBS 2's Dorothy tucker explains why they're so upset.
McCarthy Lays Out Changes In Police DistrictsChicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said residents of low-crime areas shouldn’t worry their neighborhoods will be left with less protection as his department closes and consolidates districts Sunday in its first major structural change in 31 years.
City Buys Special Face Shields For Cops At NATO And G8 SummitsThe Chicago Police Department continues to gear up for the NATO and G8 summits in May with enhanced protection for officers likely to confront protesters.
McCarthy: 'Significant Leads' In Murder Of Off-Duty CopChicago police officers went door-to-door in the Austin neighborhood on Wednesday, urging local residents to speak out about what they might know about the murder of an off-duty police officer last week.
McCarthy Disagrees With Claim Of Police 'Manpower Problem'Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy found himself in the line of fire Monday, because of his decision to move more officers to patrol duty.
Mayor, Police Union Off To Positive StartIs Mayor Rahm Emanuel off to a good start with the Chicago police union? It didn't hurt that he attended a funeral of a fallen officer on Friday, CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
Patrolman, 33, Takes The Reins Of Chicago Police UnionPolice officer Michael Shields will be the next president of the powerful Fraternal Order of Police, which clashed with the city's last superintendent as well as Mayor Daley.