A Chicago police officer is filing a complaint against a fellow officer for kneeling with a Black Lives Matter sign in front of their police union headquarters.
The specialized new unit is meant “to tackle violent crime and create community partnerships in some of our most challenging areas,” the department said in a statement.
Radley Balko talks about the current state of policing in America through the lens of his book 'Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America's Police Forces'
Fox News political analyst and Chicago native Gianno Caldwell went off on the nationwide push to defund law enforcement, as the people of Chicago were struck by yet another violent and deadly weekend.
Shootings and murders rose significantly in June compared to the same month last year, though overall crime is down at the halfway point of 2020, according to statistics released Wednesday by the Chicago Police Department.
Chicago’s police superintendent said Monday that he plans to flood the city’s streets with additional officers during the long July 4 weekend in an effort to avoid a repeat of particularly bloody recent weekends and despite pressure to keep officer overtime to a minimum.
Jaquelyn Jahn and Gabriel Schwartz from Harvard University elaborate on the findings of their study that focused on the disproportionate killing of Black people by US police.
A lawsuit was filed against the City of Chicago on behalf of a 15-year-old girl who was injured after a Chicago police SUV rolled over her body during the George Floyd protests in Roseland last month.
A crooked Chicago Police officer was sentenced to more than 7 years in prison Friday after lying to get search warrants to help him and another cop steal drugs and cash.
The Chicago Board of Education voted Wednesday to continue its contract with the Chicago Police Department, keeping officers in schools across the city for now.
Chicago’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability recommended the firing of three officers for making false statements regarding their misconduct, the agency announced Tuesday.
The agency that investigates use of force by Chicago police has recommended an officer who had faced charges in punching a handcuffed man and two other officers accused of lying during an investigation about a police-involved shooting be fired.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot did not mince her words Tuesday when responding to rumors that a case of "blue flu" was going around the Chicago Police Department.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges the Chicago Police Department has used the coronavirus pandemic and recent protests as “cover” to deny criminal suspects their legal right to speak with attorneys.
The Chicago police officer who took a knee, to take a stand, spoke to FOX 32 News on Thursday.
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Chicago can keep all records of complaints against police officers that are more than five years old, delivering a victory for police reform advocates who say the records are crucial to keeping track of officers accused of brutality and misconduct.
The Chicago cop posted a picture of herself kneeling in front of the police union's office -- while in uniform and holding a Black Lives Matter sign -- after the Fraternal Order of Police president appeared to threaten officers who take part in protests.
A couple hundred activists gathered outside of Chicago City Hall on Wednesday to call on the mayor and City Council to create a new elected board that would have the power to investigate and fire police officers.
WBEZ reporter Patrick Smith talks about the discontent among some Chicago police officers who say a lack of leadership and organization contributed to chaotic protests.
Craig Futterman from the University of Chicago Law School talks about the dynamics between Chicago police and protesters and how the review of CPD's use of force policies could shape the department.