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Protesters rally to raise awareness of 'brutality of police'

Protesting what they called police brutality and a lack of accountability by the mayor, more than 100 people demonstrated Saturday outside Chicago Police Department headquarters, for a short time cordoning off the entrance with yellow caution tape and declaring the site a crime scene. Leaders of...

Chicago police and prosecutors caught lying as they cover up their murder of Darius Pinex

Darius Pinex, alive and well, before being murdered by the Chicago Police Department The Chicago Police Department is the most corrupt police department in America. With every day that passes, this conviction only grows deeper. We've...Show More Summary

Requests be damned, city of Chicago refuses to release multiple police videos of murders on duty

Laquan McDonald and Ronnie Johnson...alive and well. On Oct. 12, 2014, Chicago Police Department officers shot and killed Ronald Johnson, a 25-year-old father of five who was beloved in his community. On the night in mid-October, Johnson had been with his cousin and other friends when he came across flashing police lights. Show More Summary

Retiree Killed

Survives a career in Chicago only to get killed during a home invasion in Arizona : Tragedy has struck a former Chicago police officer who was one of the department's first Native Americans.He was killed in a home invasion in Phoenix,...Show More Summary

Chicago and LA Police Suspected of Using “Dirt Box” Surveillance

As concern over government surveillance grows, some police departments have been suspected of using technology obtained from the NSA to spy on potential law-breakers. os Angeles and Chicago police departments are suspected of using “dirt...Show More Summary

Chicago Robbers Are Posing As Uber Driver, Police Warn

Robbers have been posing as Uber drivers around Chicago and robbing their passengers, the Chicago Police Department said in a crime alert. [ more › ]

Starving Dogs Completely Transformed By Love

Double the rescue, double the joy — that was the case for two dogs named Oscar and Emmy, who the Chicago Police Department found in an abandoned building back in July. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

More "Spots" Discovered

And more "cops" headed to the streets: The Chicago Police Department will soon move hundreds more officers out of desk jobs and onto the streets to battle the city’s surging violence — the latest in a series of transfers of cops from...Show More Summary

U.S. said to investigate Chicago trader as spoof probes broaden

Federal prosecutors are investigating whether a Chicago trader placed fake orders in an attempt to manipulate prices, said two people familiar with the matter, as the Justice Department broadens its effort to police the $30 trillion U.S. futures market.

Activists Demand Chicago Police Fire The Cop Who Killed Rekia Boyd

  More than 200 people turned up to the Chicago Police Department's monthly board hearing last night to demand that it fire officer Dante Servin. [ more › ]

Chicago police employee is called innocent victim of gang shooting

A 25-year employee of the Chicago Police Department shot to death outside his Morgan Park home while unloading groceries with his wife Wednesday night was an innocent victim who played guitar in his church's gospel choir, police said Thursday.

George Sams, former high-ranking Chicago cop, dies at 87

George Sams, who retired in 1990 as assistant deputy superintendent of the Chicago Police Department, had a simple approach to law enforcement.

Police DUI Checks Are Still Targeting Black And Latino Areas

The Chicago Police Department is continuing to conduct Driving Under the Influence checkpoints predominantly in African-American and Latino neighborhoods—even after suggestions that the practice is discriminatory. [ more › ]

Police Officer Quietly Buys Food At Chipotle For Man In Need

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

When he saw a man in need, this humble cop decided to help without expecting any recognition in return. Sgt. Brendan Hagarty of the Chicago Police Department in Illinois was having lunch at a Chipotle restaurant in early September when he saw a man picking through the trash outside, Hagarty told The Huffington Post. Show More Summary

Chicago police DUI checkpoints still concentrated in minority neighborhoods

Months after revealing the Chicago Police Department set up sobriety checkpoints almost exclusively in African-American and Latino communities, the Tribune has found that the pattern continues.

Two Men Charged in Double Murder

Michael Laster According to a statement issued this morning by the Chicago Police Department, two men -- one from West Ridge and one from Edgewater -- have been charged with two counts each of first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two men on Winthrop earlier this week. Show More Summary

Glad That's Settled

We know where the Department stands at least : Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said Monday that he thinks a commander and an officer were justified in fatally shooting a driver over the weekend — despite new restrictions on cops firing into vehicles. Show More Summary

2 dead in 'suspicious' fire in Garfield Ridge

Chicago Police Department arson detectives are investigating a suspicious fire in which two men died Saturday morning on the city's Southwest Side.

Tribune Piles On

Creating news where none exists : The Chicago Police Department has launched an internal investigation after a video appears to show a white officer saying Michael Brown "got what he had coming," referring to the unarmed black teen shot and killed by a police officer in a St. Show More Summary

Police investigate cop in video appearing to say Michael Brown 'got what he had coming'

The Chicago Police Department has launched an internal investigation after a video appears to show a white officer saying Michael Brown "got what he had coming," referring to the unarmed black teen shot and killed by a police officer in a St. Louis suburb.

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