A report says as prostitution related tickets and arrests have dropped, enforcement is aimed almost exclusively at “the most vulnerable.”
An investigative series that follows a group of young women seeking justice abroad and examines why there was silence for almost a decade.
For decades, the Chicago Police Department’s field training program has been in shambles. But officials say they’re turning it around.Reset takes a look at CPD’s efforts to overhaul the program that could determine the future of policing in Chicago.
In a new request for proposals, Chicago is looking for a single nonprofit to expand services to men at the center of gun violence.
Candidates aim to replace Dorothy Brown as head of $100-million-per-year office that is largely ignored by voters.
Chicago is closer to choosing its next top cop. Reset checks in with WBEZ’s criminal justice desk for the latest on the search.
Experts, including one hired by the officer, agree the physical evidence shows gun was in Raye’s pocket, not in his hand as officer claimed.
New police academy graduates are now assigned a field training officer to help translate the lessons learned in the classroom.
Illinois appellate panel shows sympathy for Chicago attorneys trying to slash $2.8 million awarded to misconduct investigator fired in 2015.
New report shows COPA recommended a 90-day suspension for Officer Joseph Treacy. The Police Department tried to get it down to three days.