- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Chicago Police Lieutenant Quits Ahead Of Watchdog Probe Over Racist, Homophobic Posts
Lt. John Cannon ultimately confessed to running the page, according to a police watchdog. Investigators recommended he be fired, but he quit.
Pilsen Neighbors Slam Chicago Police After Video Shows Officers Shoot Unarmed Man: ‘I Don’t Want To See This Again’
A man who can be seen on video rushing to help the victim said he acted after officers did nothing to help the wounded man. "I dream of a day we see massive and holistic police reform," he said.
Videos Of Officer Shooting 13-Year-Old On West Side Given To Family, But No Word If Footage Will Be Public
The seventh-grader was left with serious wounds, including damage to his spinal cord, fractured vertebrae and broken ribs, according to a lawsuit the boy's family filed against police.
Cop Who Knocked Out Miracle Boyd’s Teeth At Grant Park Protest Quits After Facing Firing
Officer Nicholas Jovanovich resigned from the police department recently after the city's police oversight agency said he should be fired for attacking the then-18-year-old activist.
Police Officers Lied About Why They Dragged Mia Wright From Car, Hurled Racist Slurs In Brickyard Mall Attack, Watchdog Says
When a bystander tried to stop officers from pulling people out of the car, one officer called the person a “f—ing animal," a "c—-,” a "whore" and used other racist and sexist language, the report states. He was allowed to retire.
Embattled Lightfoot Pick To Lead Police Oversight Agency Approved By City Council
Andrea Kersten's nomination was stalled for months after 20 alderpeople condemned a report from her agency that recommended discipline for a slain Chicago Police Officer.
Lightfoot’s Pick For Police Oversight Agency Clears Key Committee Hurdle In Tight Vote
Andrea Kersten's nomination to lead the Civilian Office of Police Accountability will be reviewed by the full City Council amid ongoing criticism over the agency's decision to include slain Officer Ella French in a disciplinary report.
Aldermen Slam Lightfoot’s Pick For Police Oversight Boss After ‘Tone Deaf’ Report On Slain Officer Ella French
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability recommended discipline for French stemming from the botched raid at Anjanette Young's home. The report was finished in April, months before French was killed, but released to the public last week.
Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Fatally Shot During Argument With Wife, Also An Officer; COPA Investigating
The shooting happened Tuesday night inside the couple's home near O'Hare, officials said.
Rival Proposals For Reforming Chicago Police Will Face Off Friday — But It’s Not Clear If Either Has Votes To Move Forward
Aldermen on the public safety committee will review rivals proposals for reforming oversight of the Police Department.
‘People’s Ordinance’ For Civilian Police Oversight Plan Set For City Council Committee Vote As Advocates Blast Lightfoot, Await Her Counterproposal
As a broadly popular oversight ordinance inches closer toward a vote, advocates criticized Lightfoot's failure to follow through on her promise to deliver a civilian police oversight commission within her first 100 days.
After Another Deadly Cop Shooting, Aldermen Blast Lightfoot, CPD Leaders For ‘Standing In The Way’ Of Police Reform
Mayor Lori Lightfoot campaigned on promises of transparency and action on long-stalled changes to police policy. Some say the mayor and department aren't moving fast enough.
Video Shows Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Anthony Alvarez As He Runs From Them: ‘Why Are You Shooting Me?’ (NO VIDEO IN STORY)
The slain man's family said they had "more questions than answers" after viewing the footage, which shows police shooting Alvarez as he ran away from them.
Video Shows Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Anthony Alvarez As He Runs From Them: ‘Why Are You Shooting Me?’ (GRAPHIC VIDEO)
The slain man's family said they had "more questions than answers" after viewing the footage, which showed police shooting Alvarez as he ran away from them.
Anthony Alvarez’s Family Slated To Watch Video Of Police Killing Portage Park Father
The 22-year-old was killed by police during a foot chase March 31. After weeks of demanding answers, the city will allow family to view video of the shooting, a family member said.
2 Men Sue Off-Duty Cop Who Shot At Them In Irving Park: ‘This Should Never Have Happened’
One man was shot in his hand when an officer fired at a car "unprovoked," a lawsuit alleges. A second man was struck with shattered glass.
COPA Blew Deadlines For Releasing Videos Of Police Shootings, Watchdog Says
The Civilian Office of Police Accountability missed its deadline to publicly release more than 25 percent of the videos of police violence it was responsible for sharing between 2016 and 2019.
Police Oversight Agency COPA Improperly Ended Misconduct Investigations, Inspector General Finds
The report cited several examples where criteria for administrative termination were not met, including an investigation into an incident where someone was found unresponsive in a cell and ultimately died.
Officers Involved In Englewood Shooting Hadn’t Yet Been Assigned Body Cams, Prosecutors Say
The man who allegedly fired shots at Chicago Police officers in Englewood was ordered held without bail Tuesday after a Cook County judge ruled he violated his probation.
Police Shot A Black Man In Englewood. Then Misinformation Spread Like Wildfire
The creator of a viral video told thousands a 15-year-old boy was killed by police Sunday. The misinformation — and the police response on the scene in Englewood — may have led to civil unrest Downtown, activists said.