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Cop purportedly sleeping on video gets suspension

A Chicago police officer was given a five-day suspension after he was caught on video seemingly asleep in his marked SUV, the department announced Friday. The video was shared more than 25,000 times when it was posted to Facebook on May 15th. It's unclear when the video footage was taken. Show More Summary

US Lawyer Slams ‘Racist’ Chicago Police for Turning Blind Eye to Torture

The Chicago Police Department (CPD) ignored the Burge torture scandal far too long, an attorney in Chicago told Sputnik, accusing the city’s police force of racism.

Chicago Police Torture Whistleblower Tells About Life After Jail

Brian Church, a protester who blew the whistle on secret interrogation sites run by the Chicago Police Department (CPD), could not find a place to live after he was released from prison last November, he told Sputnik.

Chicago Police ‘Often Threaten’ to Take Children From Detainees

The Chicago Police Department often threatens to take children away from detainees in order to force them into submission, Cook County Public Defender Amy Campanelli told Sputnik.

'Chicago P.D.' Season 2 News, Spoilers: Chicago's Finest Takes on a Shooting Incident at a Fitness Gym

This week's showing of the hit police-procedural TV drama series "Chicago P.D." Season 2 promises more action-packed scenes as the police department takes on a mass shooting incident at a fitness gym.

Extra Extra: CPD Still Undercounting The Murder Rate

The Chicago Police Department is still undercounting the city's murder rate, and officials are using "new tricks" to fix the numbers. [ more › ]

Investigation Shows CPD Targets Black And Latino Neighborhoods For DUI Checks

Are the Chicago Police Department's roadside DUI checks discriminatory? A Tribune investigation suggests they could be targeting black and Latino neighborhoods while leaving some of the most DUI accident-heavy white neighborhoods alone. [ more › ]

This thief got himself caught because he's a picky eater.

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

Police arrested a man in Chicago who robbed a Subway and crossed the street to dine at Potbelly. Frederick Warren likes sandwiches, but not just any sandwiches. (Google Maps; Chicago Police Department via DNAinfo) According to Chicago police, witnesses saw Fredrick Warren rob a Subway sandwich shop in Rogers Park at knifepoint. Show More Summary

Police departments, big and small, gobbling up more body cams

Police in Baltimore, Chicago, New York, and Washington are testing the devices.

Chicago Police Plan To Listen After Officer Acquitted In Death Of Unarmed Woman

Hoping to mend the tattered relationship between the police department and Chicago's minority communities, the city's top cop announced plans Tuesday for a "neighborhood outreach" tour. The police department will hold a series of meetings...Show More Summary

'Law & Order: SVU' Boss Promises More "Unified" Crossover with 'Chicago Fire' and 'Chicago PD'

"The two police departments could not be more different in their procedures," showrunner Warren Leight tells THR. read more

Shooting Victims' Clothes Displayed As Art Activism To Help Get Guns Off Streets

Blair Holt was shot and killed while he shielded another classmate from the bullets a gunman sprayed on a CTA bus in Chicago in 2007. His father is a police officer and his mother is a fire department chief, and that’s what they hadShow More Summary

Six African American Men Subjected to Stop and Frisks Pursue Class Action Lawsuit Against Chicago Police

Chicago has a bigger problem with stop and frisks by police than New York had at the height of its use by New York police, and now six African American black men are suing the city of Chicago, the Chicago Police Department, CPD Superintendent Garry McCarthy and officers, who were involved in allegedly stopping and [...]

Chicago sued over police department's use of stop-and-frisk

The Chicago Police Department's controversial stop-and-frisk policy has routinely violated the constitutional rights of mostly African-Americans who have not committed any crime, according to a federal lawsuit filed Monday. The suit was filed on behalf of six African-American men from the South and West sides and seeks class-action status. Show More Summary

These 3 Lawsuits Are Taking the Chicago Police Department To Task For Brutality

In the first trial of a Chicago police officer for a shooting death in 17 years, a judge on Monday cleared Chicago Police Detective Dante Servin of all charges related to his killing of a 22-year-old unarmed black woman, Rekia Boyd. Servin's...Show More Summary

Chicago Cop Cleared Of All Charges In Shooting Death Of Unarmed Woman

last monthNews : Huffington Post

CHICAGO -- A Chicago Police Department detective was cleared Monday of all charges in the fatal 2012 off-duty shooting of Rekia Boyd, a 22-year-old unarmed black woman. Judge Dennis Porter found Dante Servin not guilty of involuntary...Show More Summary

Chicago Cop Cleared Of All Charges In Shooting Death Of Unarmed Woman

CHICAGO -- A Chicago Police Department detective was cleared Monday of all charges in the fatal 2012 off-duty shooting of Rekia Boyd, a 22-year-old unarmed black woman. Judge Dennis Porter found Dante Servin not guilty of involuntary...Show More Summary

Not Just One List of Cr's Released

Two lists. On 09 April, a list was released pursuant to the lawsuit "Jamie Kalven v City of Chicago Police Department 15 CH 03492" According to the e-mail this list covered March 2015 back to March 2011 On 24 April, the Department will release another list covering 13 April 2011 to 13 April 2015. Show More Summary

CPD Still Stonewalling Privacy Advocates On Releasing Information About Surveillance

Privacy advocates filed another lawsuit yesterday in the ongoing battle to get the Chicago Police Department to provide information on covert cell phone tracking systems it uses. [ more › ]

Black teen shot dead by Illinois police was shot in back: newspaper

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

A black teenager killed by police outside of Chicago over the weekend was shot twice in the back after attempting to steal an illegal handgun, officials and local media said on Monday. The Zion Police Department said in a statement that 17-year-old Justus Howell met with another teenager to buy the...

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