She thinks Due Process has been circumvented? Police Board President Lori Lightfoot on Wednesday sympathized with the police union’s claim that the Chicago Police Department is violating the due process of seven officers it’s seeking...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump recounted, in great detail, a conversation he says he had with a top police source in Chicago. According to the Chicago Police Department, however, that conversation never happened.
Chicago police dispute Trump’s claim that with “tough tactics” crime could be ended within a week. NBC Chicago is reporting that the Chicago Police Department is pushing back on Trump’s claim that a “top” Chicago cop told him that the city’s violence could be stopped in a week if he were allowed to employ unspecified [...]
Chicago's violent crime problem seems to be spreading to the historically safe "north side" neighborhoods. The spike in crime on the north side comes as Chicago's police department has diverted more officers to the city's violent south and west side neighborhoods to fight extreme levels of violence there. Show More Summary
That doesn't apply to the police, does it? Fraternal Order of Police President Dean Angelo on Monday accused the Chicago Police Department of violating the due process of seven officers who stand to lose their jobs for allegedly covering...Show More Summary
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has called for seven city police officers to be fired for making false reports in the death of Laquan McDonald, a spokesman for the department announced Thursday. Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke fired 16 shots at 17-year-old McDonald, who was black, as he walked away from officers in October 2014. Show More Summary
The head of the Chicago Police Department will ask the city's police civilian review board to fire seven officers allegedly involved in covering up the fatal police shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald back in October 2014, anShow More Summary
Gee, despite all the flak we took, that rumor seems to be rolling right along: The No. 2 official in the Chicago Police Department announced his retirement Tuesday to become police chief at Northeastern Illinois University as the department braces for more fallout from the Laquan McDonald scandal.First Deputy Supt. Show More Summary
The media should demand an ounce of proof when confronted with alleged “gang threats.” Monday, the Chicago Police Department leaked an anonymous “alert” about gangs meeting to kill police officers in the wake of the high-profile CPD killing of Paul O’Neal. Show More Summary
The July 28 killing of Paul O'Neal sparked more criticism aimed at the Chicago police department.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations said that a Muslim female sued the Chicago Police Department for the use of excessive force, violation of human rights, and freedom of religious expression, after six officers ripped off her hijab at a train station last year.
The department alerted officers that gang members are plotting to shoot police officers in retaliation for the police shooting of Paul O’Neal, a black teenager.
A new alert from the Chicago Police Department is warning of a trend of armed robberies on the CTA Red Line near Rogers Park. [ more › ]
After the fatal police shooting of Paul O’Neal, police say leaders of three West Side gangs met to discuss an attack on the Chicago Police Department. An alert was issued to the Chicago Police Department a day after the supposed meeting took place, insinuating that leaders of the Vice Lords, Black Disciples and Four Corner […]
Mick sends us a link to the Chicago Sun Times which reports that some gangs had a meeting last week to plot an assault on some police departments in the city in retaliation for the shooting death by police of 18-year-old Paul O’Neal who was in the process of stealing a Jaguar and leading police […]
011 and 015: Leaders from three West Side gang factions allegedly met last week to discuss plans to shoot members of the Chicago Police Department in response to the fatal police shooting of Paul O’Neal.The meeting took place Thursday...Show More Summary
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said on Saturday that videos of the police shooting of a black man in the city last month indicate three officers may have violated the department’s policies. Johnson told a news conference it was against departmental policy to fire at or into a...
Chicago Police Department superintendent addresses videos of last month's fatal shooting of black 18-year-old man Paul O'Neal
Chicago Police Department SMH, these trigger happy cops are so ready to cut down a Black man’s life that they’re shooting at each other. Body Cam Footage Seems To Show Chicago Police Fired First, Paul O’Neal Was Unarmed Despite conveniently
Chicago police officers were caught high-fiving and double-checking to make sure their body cameras were off after the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Paul O’Neal in video the Chicago Police Department released Friday, causing tensions to escalate. Show More Summary