City’s Top Cop Goes Before City Council

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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. Teresa Crawford / AP
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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. Teresa Crawford / AP

City’s Top Cop Goes Before City Council

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Chicago’s Interim Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson was at City Council Tuesday to answer questions from aldermen. WBEZ’s Lauren Chooljian was there and brings us an update on what we learned about Johnson’s plans for addressing police accountability and crime.

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