Mayor Rahm Emanuel and police superintendent Garry McCarthy insist Chicago doesn’t need any more cops—even as they accept assistance from the state police.
A close look at a jewelry store stickup and the politics of police deployment, part two of two
A close look at a jewelry store stickup and the politics of police deployment
As the police ranks shrink in the first year under Rahm Emanuel, mayoral aides get higher pay
Though Mayor Rahm Emanuel has repeatedly claimed that he’s been making big investments in public safety, the number of Chicago police officers has dropped in the last three months, and the force is now more than 700 officers short of where it was five years ago.