Change-Up In The Top Job At Chicago PD Greeted With Mixed Reactions

Eddie Johnson speaks to the media after Mayor Rahm Emanuel, right, announced that he was appointing him the interim superintendent of the Chicago Police Department at CPD Headquarters in Chicago on Monday, March 28, 2016. Johnson didn’t apply for a chance to become Chicago’s police chief, but the department’s chief of patrol could address many challenges facing Emanuel and a city reeling from a police shooting scandal.
Eddie Johnson speaks to the media after Mayor Rahm Emanuel, right, announced that he was appointing him the interim superintendent of the Chicago Police Department at CPD Headquarters in Chicago on Monday, March 28, 2016. Johnson didn't apply for a chance to become Chicago's police chief, but the department's chief of patrol could address many challenges facing Emanuel and a city reeling from a police shooting scandal. AP
Eddie Johnson speaks to the media after Mayor Rahm Emanuel, right, announced that he was appointing him the interim superintendent of the Chicago Police Department at CPD Headquarters in Chicago on Monday, March 28, 2016. Johnson didn’t apply for a chance to become Chicago’s police chief, but the department’s chief of patrol could address many challenges facing Emanuel and a city reeling from a police shooting scandal.
Eddie Johnson speaks to the media after Mayor Rahm Emanuel, right, announced that he was appointing him the interim superintendent of the Chicago Police Department at CPD Headquarters in Chicago on Monday, March 28, 2016. Johnson didn't apply for a chance to become Chicago's police chief, but the department's chief of patrol could address many challenges facing Emanuel and a city reeling from a police shooting scandal. AP

Change-Up In The Top Job At Chicago PD Greeted With Mixed Reactions

Mayor Rahm Emanuel has chosen a new interim police superintendent. Officer Eddie Johnson, currently chief of patrol, will take over what many see as the toughest police chief job in the country.


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