Security will be top priority at Joe Biden’s inauguration -- in light of the US Capitol attack.
Chicago Police suspended several officers captured on video during last summer’s widespread unrest who were lounging — and apparently even sleeping — inside a burglarized congressional campaign office as people citywide vandalized and stole from businesses, a police union official said Thursday.
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability announced Wednesday they have finished their investigation into a use-of-force incident from May 2019 in which a Chicago police officer allegedly choked an arrestee who was handcuffed in the back of a police vehicle in South Chicago.
The Chicago Police Department plans to conduct a training exercise Wednesday evening and overnight in the downtown area.
The Chicago Police Department is investigating whether any of its staff participated in last week’s attack on the U.S. Capitol, the department announced Monday.
Chicago police shot and wounded a woman on the city's South Side on Saturday afternoon. They say she was inside a car that was illegally parked and then "began exhibiting characteristics" of a person with a gun.
An off-duty Chicago police officer was drunk when he fired his service weapon at a man he physically attacked during a confrontation he started on the Southwest Side, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting.
A Cook County judge ordered the release of body camera video that shows a Black woman being hit by a Chicago police vehicle in South Shore in November 2019.
A Chicago police officer has been fired a decade after allowed a fellow officer leave the scene where the other officer allegedly assaulted two people.
The Chicago Police Department announced on Friday that for a fourth consecutive year, overall crime citywide has been reduced.
Mayor Lightfoot and Anjanette Young released a joint statement saying that they met on Thursday and had a very "candid and productive conversation."
The office of Mayor Lightfoot has released staff emails related to November 2019 responses regarding the search warrant execution at the home of a Chicago woman.
CPD Superintendent David Brown ordered the release of footage from the search warrant conducted on Anjanette Young's residence on Feb. 21, 2019.
A Black woman who was the victim of a mistaken 2019 raid on her Chicago home scrapped plans Monday to meet with Chicago’s mayor and host a public forum with aldermen over disagreements on how the gatherings would proceed.
One of 12 officers placed on desk duty in the botched 2019 police raid on the home of a Black woman was accused in an earlier mistaken raid, while another of the officers was involved months later in a fatal shooting, according to a newspaper report.
Lori Cooper’s attorney said she’s a “distinguished” 28-year veteran of CPD “with many accolades and awards.”
Chicago police officers who wrongly raided the home of a Black woman who wasn’t allowed to dress before being handcuffed have been placed on desk duty, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Monday.
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The president of the Chicago police union could be booted from the force over past social media posts.
Footage of the botched raid prompted wide criticism from civil rights groups, city aldermen and Black state legislators who’ve call it racist, gendered violence and a violation of a Black woman’s dignity.