Chicago's inspector general says police department detectives conducted an "incompetent and incomplete" investigation into the suspicious death of an officer.
A white Chicago police officer convicted of killing black teenager Laquan McDonald has resigned from the department.
Chicago's independent watchdog says the city's police officers are abusing parking privileges with the help of department-issued placards.
Instead of assisting DHS upon request, officers are instructed to wait for their supervisor to arrive, the memo said. Once the supervisor arrives, “if the request is to assist with an immigration arrest or detention, CPD personnel will leave the scene as directed by the CPD supervisor,” according to the memo.
People across Chicago can turn in their guns on Saturday, no questions asked, and get cash in return. The Chicago Police Department has partnered with the Armitage Baptist Church for a gun buy-back event.
Two officers were hurt in a crash Friday on the Northwest Side after their squad car was struck by a drunk driver, according to police.
A Chicago Police officer has pleaded guilty to accepting thousands of dollars in bribes from an attorney's referral service in exchange for information about people recently involved in traffic accidents.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants to know why the city's police oversight agency that's required to release police shooting videos within 60 days took more than a year to make public a fatal officer-involved shooting video.
Four Chicago police officers fired after being accused of helping cover up the fatal shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald are challenging the decision with separate lawsuits.
An off-duty Chicago police officer died Monday evening in what authorities said was a suicide in a forest preserve on the Northwest Side.
Chicago has paid private attorneys $213 million to handle police or misconduct cases over the past 15 years, in addition to the $757 million paid to resolve the cases through judgments or settlements, according to a published report.
A Chicago police oversight agency has recommended the firing of an officer who shot and severely injured his friend after a long night of heavy drinking then lied about what happened, according to a report obtained by the Chicago Tribune.
Chicago's "finest" took on the city's "bravest” at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Chicago detectives are using Facebook to generate new leads and attract new attention to cold cases, and according to one detective, it's working.
Two Chicago families filed a lawsuit against the Chicago Police Department and Mercy Hospital on Wednesday after an unconscious, facially disfigured man was misidentified by the agencies and eventually taken off life support by a family that was not his own, reports said.
Chicago's police department is following a familiar playbook for the July 4 holiday by flooding the street with officers and arresting dozens of people on drugs and weapons charges in the hopes of keeping them locked up during what is typically one of the most violent weekends of the year.
In one body camera video of the May 3 incident, Officer Timothy Black is seen chasing the suspect into an alley and attempting to grab him as he gets into a waiting sedan. A brief scuffle ensues and Black is knocked to the ground, firing shots as the car drives away.
Chicago police officers who helped deliver a baby last April followed up with a baby shower on Tuesday.
Officer Ben Perez paid the ultimate sacrifice, dying in the line of duty as a Chicago police officer back in 2002.
A South Side man says he was put on Chicago Police’s gang database when he was just 15 years old, and for years, he’s tried to get it removed.