“Choose Your Victims Carefully” and “Honesty Is Not Always The Best Policy” are among online posts linked to CPD officer Joshua Purkiss.
Former Top Cop Eddie Johnson Had ‘Several Large Servings Of Rum’ Before He Was Found Asleep At The Wheel, Report Says
Multiple officers didn’t conduct a sobriety test and allowed Eddie Johnson to drive himself home, according to the city’s inspector general.
A coalition of progressive groups is forming a political action committee to back candidates who want to redirect money away from police departments into other social services.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake in a program that enforces city policy but often cripples drivers with debt.
A poll conducted in mid-June found that most respondents thought police officers should be held legally accountable for misconduct. But few respondents favored cutting funding for law enforcement.
Sgt. Javier Esqueda was stripped of his police powers and placed on leave after releasing video of alleged police misconduct
Nearly 550 detainees and about 450 employees at Cook County Jail have tested positive for the virus since mid-March.
Pandemic Brings New Urgency To The Problem Of Illinois Holding Prisoners Long After They’ve Served Their Time
Criminal justice reform organizations are calling on Gov. Pritzker to ease conviction-based housing restrictions so hundreds of people can finally be released.
At least 17 people — including two young children — were shot and killed in Chicago over Fourth of July weekend. Dozens more were wounded.
Mayor Lightfoot Disputes WBEZ’s Report On CPD’s Anti-Violence Plan. Here’s The Transcript Of The Top Cop Describing It.
A transcript of the news conference shows Police Supt. David Brown grappling with city’s gun violence and his preparation for the holiday weekend.