How CPD And The Feds Join Forces To Tackle Chicago Crime

Chicago Police Superintendant Eddie Johnson answers questions during a news conference Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, in Chicago. The U.S. Justice Department issued a scathing report on civil rights abuses by Chicago's police department over the years. The report released Friday alleges that institutional Chicago Police Department problems have led to serious civil rights violations, including racial bias and a tendency to use excessive force.
Chicago Police Superintendant Eddie Johnson answers questions during a news conference earlier this month in Chicago. Teresa Crawford / AP Photo
Chicago Police Superintendant Eddie Johnson answers questions during a news conference Friday, Jan. 13, 2017, in Chicago. The U.S. Justice Department issued a scathing report on civil rights abuses by Chicago's police department over the years. The report released Friday alleges that institutional Chicago Police Department problems have led to serious civil rights violations, including racial bias and a tendency to use excessive force.
Chicago Police Superintendant Eddie Johnson answers questions during a news conference earlier this month in Chicago. Teresa Crawford / AP Photo

How CPD And The Feds Join Forces To Tackle Chicago Crime

Chicago Police Department has emphasized the importance of building trust and relationships within the community but is that a strategy that Chicago's FBI division implements as well? Morning Shift takes a look at how the agency works with CPD to fight crime here in the city.

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Jeff Sallet, Special Agent In Charge at the Chicago Field Division for the FBI