New CPD Policy On Search Warrants To Go Into Effect May 28; Police To Begin Tracking Wrong RaidsFor the first time, Chicago Police will begin tracking some wrong raids that result from faulty information, such as the raid on Anjanette Young's home two years ago.
City Council Public Safety Committee Chair Vows To Hold Public Hearing On Proposed Anjanette Young Ordinance For Search Warrant ReformsAld. Chris Taliaferro said he's recommending sponsors of the Anjanette Young Ordinance speak with the mayor about “working together on responsible legislation.”
New Executive Order In Effect Giving More Document Access To Victims In Alleged Police Misconduct Cases In ChicagoSunday in Chicago an executive order that could be a game changer for people who say they are victims of police misconduct goes into effect.
How Will Chicago Police Hold Officers Accountable on New Search Warrant Rules? City Officials Sidestepped The Question
Lightfoot, CPD Announce Changes To Search Warrant Policies; Police To Begin Tracking Wrong Raids Resulting From Faulty InformationThe change to CPD's search warrant policy is part of a series of reforms Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Police Supt. David Brown are formally announcing Wednesday morning.
Anjanette Young's Attorney Says Mayor Lightfoot's Police Search Warrant Reform Proposal 'Falls Woefully Short'After Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced a change in search warrant policies for Chicago Police Wednesday morning, the attorney representing Anjanette Young said the plan does not go far enough.
CBS 2 Reporting On Police Raids Highlighted In 'Last Week Tonight' With John OliverIn a segment about police raids on Sunday, John Oliver and “Last Week Tonight” cited CBS 2’s years-long investigation into wrong raids by the Chicago Police Department.
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.
City Council Members Set To Introduce ‘Anjanette Young Ordinance’ For Police Search Warrant Reforms, But Mayor Lightfoot Says She Will Be Issuing New Order TooAt the beginning of the day Wednesday, we planned to lead our “Hour 18” newscast with more on a proposal by several members of the City Council tackling bad police raids. But then, Mayor Lori Lightfoot threw a curveball with a new plan on her part.
Paperwork For Warrant That Led To Raid Where Anjanette Young Was Handcuffed Naked Shows Inconsistencies, Conflicting InformationIt is safe to say that in the Anjanette Young case, police did not follow their own directives.