Consent Decree Released By Chicago Police Department: 5 Fast FactsMayor Rahm Emanuel, Police Supt. Eddie Johnson, and Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan release a draft of a consent decree governing changes for Chicago police.
Consent Decree: What Is It and What Should Chicago Expect?What should Chicago expect snow that the police department has released a draft of the consent decree calling for changes?
ACLU Files Lawsuit Asking Federal Courts To Oversee Reform Of CPDA new lawsuit seeks to have a federal judge oversee reform of the Chicago Police Department, especially as it relates to the use of force.
Aldermen Support Latest Framework For Police Reform OversightKey Chicago Aldermen are optimistic that the latest framework for police oversight is going to give the public confidence in efforts to reform police practices and procedures.
Ferguson Calls For Federal Court Oversight In CPD Reform EffortsChicago’s Inspector General says that the court-enforced decree may be the only way to maintain public confidence in the process.
Chicago Says It Doesn't Need Federal Oversight For Police ReformA lawsuit filed against the city seeks federal court oversight of police reform. But Chicago says it doesn't need a judge's involvement.
Mayor Emanuel Ignores Request About Having The Courts Monitor CPD ChangesMayor Emanuel is side-stepping a challenge from Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan about having the courts oversee the City of Chicago’s efforts to reform the police department.
Community Groups Continues Conversation And Concerns With CPD AccountabilityCommunity groups said they are counting on the Emanuel Administration to heed their calls for more citizen involvement in Police Reform Oversight.
Police Reformers To City Hall: Pick Up The PaceFrustration seeped out Wednesday during a public forum. WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore reports.