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Chicago Was On The Verge Of Police Reform. Then Trump Picked Jeff Sessions To Run The DOJ.

CHICAGO ? In the final months of the Obama administration, the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division scrambled to complete its biggest-ever investigation of a city police department: a 13-month probe of Chicago’s 12,000-strong police...Show More Summary

Dishing Dirt

Portions of the lawsuit regarding the mayoral detail are made public in this article : When one of then-Mayor Richard M. Daley’s daughters lost her ID in Mexico, a member of Daley’s Chicago Police Department security detail was sentShow More Summary

CPD's Watching Out For Distracted Driving On The Drive

Hey, it's the first ever Illinois Distracted Driving Week! If you text or talk while you drive on the Drive, they're spotlighting you.The CPD's press release says:"Until April 28th, the Chicago Police Department will be conducting Distracted Driving Missions all along Lake Shore Drive. Show More Summary

The Chicago airport cops who beat David Dao unconscious totally lied about it on their report

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Chicago's Department of Aviation finally replied to the LA Times's Freedom of Information request for the police report on the public beating Chicago airport cops dealt to Dr David Dao when United Airlines decided to give his confirmed, paid seat to a crewmember and ordered him to vacate it. (more…)

Police Report Blames United Airlines Passenger David Dao For His Injuries

In reports released on Monday by the City of Chicago Department of Aviation, the four aviation officers who manhandled and dragged former United Airline passenger Dr. David Dao off United Express Flight 311 from Chicago to Louisville...Show More Summary

Nice Pistol There Tex

Search Warrant served in 010 the other day: Much hilarity ensued : A Chicago Police Department tweet showing off the spoils of a drug and gun bust — including a long, antique pistol — launched a series of Twitter jokes about the shared photo. Show More Summary

Burke is ANGRY!!! (and a Hypocrite)

He thinks someone lied to him : Whoa!Ald. Burke is still fuming over the way he claims the City Council was misled by the Chicago Police Department’s press office, which Sneed reported Wednesday.The Irish pol was so angry, he blasted...Show More Summary

What Could it Be?????

Is he really this dense? According to Chicago Police Department statistics obtained by Sneed, there were only 168 Chicago traffic citations for the improper use of mobile devices in 2016 — compared with 45,672 two years earlier in 2014! So what gives?“It seems hard to believe, but when we received these shocking statistics we were stunned,” said Ald. Show More Summary

Chicago police officers vote in new union president

Rank-and-file Chicago police officers have voted for a new leader of their union as the department is under scrutiny for its practices. The Fraternal Order of Police announced Wednesday that … Click to Continue »

Veteran of NY, Chicago police named chief in Delaware

A former chief of crime control strategies for Chicago's police department has been tapped as the new police chief in Delaware's largest city. Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki said Wednesday that … Click to Continue »

United’s Unfriendly Skies

“That is just not right,” a woman on board United Flight 3411, at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, said, when two members of the police department began tugging an older, Asian man from his seat. Seconds later, as captured inShow More Summary

The man forcibly removed from a United flight went to the hospital for his injuries (UAL)

The man who was captured on video being forcibly removed from a United Airlines flight on Sunday suffered injuries to his face and was taken to a local hospital for treatment, the Chicago Police Department said in a statement to NBCShow More Summary

Disturbing new video shows a bloodied passenger forcibly removed from an United Airlines flight

Disturbing new video has been posted of the man who was forcibly removed from an United Airlines flight. The passenger was dragged out of his seat and down the plane’s aisle. The Chicago Police Department released a statement describing...Show More Summary

One of the officers who dragged a United Airlines passenger off a plane has been placed on leave (UAL)

A police officer who dragged a passenger off a United Airlines flight has been placed on leave, a Chicago Aviation Department spokesperson told Business Insider. A video showing three police officers forcibly removing a male passenger...Show More Summary

Unbelievable: One Chicago Cop Accused of Framing 51 People for Murder

Guevara was granted impunity by the system, while the people he allegedly framed are still locked up. Horrific acts of Chicago Police Department brutality, from killings to racial profiling to harassment of youth, do not spring from a few bad apples alone. Show More Summary

Mayor McRollOver?

Really? The point-man for Rahm's gutting of the Chicago Police Department is being encouraged to run against his old boss? Former Chicago police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said in a radio interview Wednesday that people have encouraged...Show More Summary

Records Reveal Hidden History Between Black Chicago Residents and Police

It’s no secret that the Chicago Police Department has a troubling past. In January, the Chicago Police Department’s questionable behavior, including a pattern of using excessive force, unlawful force and later-discredited accounts of police shooting incidents, was brought to light by the Department of Justice. Show More Summary

How Chicago Became the First City to Make Reparations to Victims of Police Violence

The ordinance provides a meaningful model for creating reparations at the local level. Somewhere between his 12th and 13th hour inside a Chicago Police Department interrogation room, Lindsey Smith decided to confess to a murder he didn’t commit. Show More Summary

Judge OKs suit alleging 'code of silence' led to fatal crash

A federal judge has given the go-ahead for a lawsuit alleging a Chicago Police Department "code of silence" allowed a detective to escape punishment for drunken driving. Off-duty detective Joseph … Click to Continue »

Youth arrested in sexual assault of Chicago teen seen on Facebook Live

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Chicago authorities on Saturday said they had arrested a 14-year-old boy in connection with the sexual assault of a teenage girl by multiple young men that was seen on Facebook Live in March. “Tonight, CPD (Chicago Police Department) arrested the first of several juvenile offenders in the...

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