Chicago Police Board President Ghian Foreman joins Good Day Chicago to talk about the latest in the search for the next superintendent of Chicago Police.
Chicago's 37 percent reduction in killings over the past three years is suddenly big news in Philadelphia, where the rising homicide rate is now higher than it is here.
The Chicago Police Board has received applications from 23 people who want to become the city’s next police superintendent, officials said Monday.
A Romeoville man is charged with threatening Chicago police officers with a BB gun inside the Lawndale police station.
A knife-wielding robbery suspect has died after being shot by a Chicago police officer Saturday in South Shore, according to authorities.
About 1,300 additional Chicago police officers are expected to be spread across the city on New Year’s Eve.
A Chicago police officer who was injured in the line of duty over 30 years ago is back home and getting the honor he deserves.
The family of officer Eduardo Marmolejo accuses negligence and willful and wanton conduct by Metra, South Shore Line, the train conductors, the suspect they were chasing and the City of Chicago, according to a 54-count suit filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court.
The Chicago Police Department announced Tuesday the number of detective areas in the city is expanding from three to five in order to improve response times, particularly on the West Side.
The Chicago Police Board voted to suspend Sgt. Khalil Muhammad during an evening meeting. The action stemmed from the August 2017 shooting of Ricardo Hayes, then 18, and police initially described it as an armed confrontation.
A Chicago Police Department lieutenant filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming he was passed over for promotions because of his race and because of comments he made about the investigation into former CPD Officer Jason Van Dyke’s fatal 2016 shooting of Laquan McDonald.
Chicago’s interim police superintendent is discontinuing a so-called merit promotion system that rank-and-file cops have long complained rewards officers for who they know and not what skills they have to do the job.
On Monday night, south side residents were given 90 seconds to speak to the police board. The crowd was divided, as some believe the next superintendent should come from the outside of CPD and others from within the department.
Anthony Guglielmi said officials noticed that the phone was damaged when the woman left then-Superintendent Eddie Johnson's security detail to join the evidence and recovered property unit, three days after the incident.
Both settlements are expected to be approved Monday by the Chicago City Council’s Finance Committee, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
A female officer who was reportedly caught on video kissing then-Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson at a popular restaurant in October was transferred weeks later from his personal security detail to another role on the police force, a department spokesman said.
A second officer has been stripped of police powers in connection with an incident that was captured on cellphone video last week in which a man was body-slammed by police after allegedly spitting on an officer in Chatham.
When fellow officers discovered Chicago’s police chief asleep behind the wheel of his running SUV, they did not conduct any sobriety tests and let their boss drive home - a decision that has thrown a spotlight on what happens when one officer confronts another on patrol.
Multiple employees of the Chicago Police Department are under investigation for allegedly covering up an incident involving Eddie Johnson where he was found asleep in his vehicle after a night of drinking, according to a report.
Chicago's interim police superintendent has demoted a commander whom the city's inspector general accused of directing on-duty officers under him to babysit his son with special needs.