Nearly half of Chicago police employees applied for exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine.
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An effort by the Fraternal Order of Police to prosecute survivors for telling their stories is an all-to-common abuse tactic.
Police union spokesman says “motives” behind database are “perfectly transparent.”
Misconduct settlements have cost the city $800 million since 2004, a new report found. Should taxpayers be on the hook?
The tension at Wildwood Elementary comes as the Jon Burge police torture curriculum is rolled out across the district.
Alderman Ariel Reboyras’s two proposals were decried as toothless at the last of five community meetings on proposed police reform ordinances.
Reforming CPD could be hindered if contract negotiations between the city and the police union end in interest arbitration.
Martin Preib has accused Chicago journalists of being in cahoots with Northwestern University and others to vilify cops.
The Chicago Police Department appears to backpedal on stricter rules for cops.
A debate has emerged as more and more videos show victims bleeding to death before an ambulance arrives.
But options for blocking biggest cop data dump in history are dwindling.
When cops kill civilians, their union is on hand to defend them. In many cases this has come at the expense of the truth.
The FOP tells off Jody Weis in an open letter.