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Mayor Brandon Johnson Chicago City Council

City Council members are calling on the Chicago Police Department to made good on their promises to conduct a workforce study to better understand how they can efficiently deploy officers to respond to 911 calls.

Mayor Brandon Johnson Chicago City Council

City Council members are calling on the Chicago Police Department to made good on their promises to conduct a workforce study to better understand how they can efficiently deploy officers to respond to 911 calls.

CPD required to conduct workforce study, Mayor Johnson’s plans to address migrant crisis

We get a City Hall update on continued debates around the Gaza ceasefire resolution and the latest on the migrant crisis in Chicago.

City Council members are calling on the Chicago Police Department to made good on their promises to conduct a workforce study to better understand how they can efficiently deploy officers to respond to 911 calls.

   

After Chicago became the largest city in the U.S. to pass a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza, debates among city leaders continue. City officials are also pushing for the Chicago Police Department to find ways to quickly respond to 911 calls.

Reset gets the latest updates from City Council and Mayor Johnson’s administration.

GUEST: Mariah Woelfel, city government and politics reporter

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