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Fresh update on "chicago police department" discussed on Chicago Speaks w/Darryl Dennard

Chicago Speaks w/Darryl Dennard

00:44 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chicago police department" discussed on Chicago Speaks w/Darryl Dennard

"These and a couple of community service hours in order to get a bad they need an actual education as the money my important All right, And that's where that's where the training inside this bill to the credit of the Illinois Black legislative Caucus. There is extensive training with regard to crisis intervention as well as de escalation. But but but with crisis intervention and de escalation, But do you know how long it's going to take to overturn police police departments that have been rolled look at payoff that has been happening in Chicago Police Department We're going to end cash bells and say we're going to trust the police to do the right thing when they haven't done the right thing for years. I think I've got to start somewhere. Don't you agree? Reggie? I believe that we do need to start somewhere. But I also believe that this affect the community. That that it comes back to the community and the different aspect because it's still we're putting no cash bills that affect the civilian. That doesn't necessarily affect the police department when it says no cash bell because now they're going to find Any crimes. Petty crimes to put people in jail for without giving them a cash back. I hear what you're saying. Well, listen. Hey, Reg, that Yeah, I think your thoughts are well thought out and definitely need consideration and time will tell. I want to the hands of people making law and not considering the people in the inter community are inter community are suffering quickly. Bad policing. It's gonna take a lot to correct that. And in the end, we'll listen. Unfortunately, ridge that's gonna have to be the last word. I want to thank you as well as her mean Hartman for joining us this morning, coming up on the other side of the break. We're going to talkto actor activist.

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Mayor Lori Lightfoot Provides Update On Chicago's Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:51 min | Last week

Mayor Lori Lightfoot Provides Update On Chicago's Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout

"Black and Hispanic Americans are about twice as likely to die from covert 19 is white Americans, yet they have been vaccinated. At much lower rates across the country that in Chicago, about half of the city's vaccinations are for people of color. The mayor of Chicago, of course, is Lori Lightfoot, and she joins us now more like for thanks so much for being with us. Good morning, Scott. A pleasure to be with you early in the vaccine roll out less than 20% of vaccine doses went to Chicago. Once of color. Now, that's half. What did Chicago do? That can make a difference. Can it be done in other places? Well, we work extremely hard to overcome. Vaccine hasn't see in communities of color protect particularly black and like flat necks, and really that hard work began at the very beginning of the pandemic. We were seeing the disproportion impact on communities of color, this horrible virus. We went to work in those communities, which trusted partners. And I think those that hard work over time is starting to bear fruit in the significant off take to go from, you know the low teens. Of uptake in the early days of the vaccine program to now over 50% is remarkable turnaround, and it's really do that the hard work of so many people across our city certainly led by city government, But really, our partners in the neighborhoods deserve the credit because they recognize this life saving Vaccine has to go to those people that are most in need. And in our city That means communities of color. But what's the messaging in this Because, of course, you know, a lot of the hesitancy is historic, based on things that, obviously well, what's the message Inky were able to convince you there's there's no secret sauce, and it's really ah lot of diligence, one on one conversation and getting people who are trusted. Community partners in those neighborhoods who recognizable literally. We've gone door to door for months now to get people educated. Provide them with information really do a lot of myth busting and you've just got a Put in the hard work to overcome their fears. And I think as people have seen people that they recognize whether it's a mayor of color as I am or their neighbors who are getting the vaccine without adverse consequences. It's bringing people who are really standing on the sidelines into the field of play and saying, all right I'll do this. I think it's safe. Have to ask you Mayor Lightfoot, a zoo, you know. Chicago Tribune reported this week that the city spent more than $280 million nearly 60% of the discretionary spending money it got under the Caress Coronavirus relief package. On CPD, the Chicago police Department. Is that true? And what do you say? OK, I'm going to quote Alderman less Fatah. The first ward, who says that money should have been sent on spent on housing assistance in small businesses, not the police. Well, we spent Tens of millions of dollars on a significant number of community service and social service programs. As you know, Scott when the tears package Came from Congress. It came through specific line items and grants for programs like homelessness, community health, um, violence prevention and other things. Those were designated dollars where there was really no flexibility whatsoever and how that money was spent, and we spent it accordingly. There were some money, however, that the federal government gave to cities like Chicago to address the unprecedented need to respond to covert 19. And yes, we spent money on a range of first responder activities because they were at the front lines in many instances, particularly in the early days of our covert 19 response. So the criticism that somehow we should have taken a pass on free money from the federal government that came to address unprecedented and unbudgeted needs that were in our city just doesn't make any sense. I make no apologies for the fact that we took advantage of the opportunities that the federal gave government gave us rather than passing on. Was expensive to our taxpayers, so that the the choices do we actually take advantage of the re rope the money that has given us two by the federal government and save Burden on our taxpayers, or do we just pass along the cost to the taxpayers? I understand with our taxpayers every single day and do everything that I can to save them from any further burden, And that's exactly what we did in Chicago. Thanks so much my pleasure.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot defends spending $281.5 million in federal COVID-19 relief money on police payroll

Chicago Tonight

00:47 sec | Last week

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot defends spending $281.5 million in federal COVID-19 relief money on police payroll

"Alderman say they want answers as to why so much federal cove relief money was spent on the chicago police department mayor lori lightfoot budget director answered questions today and defended the use of two hundred eighty one million dollars in federal cares act money for cpi payroll costs. Lightfoot called criticism of this spending plan quote dumb and says that if the money didn't go to first responder personnel cost taxpayers would have had to pick up the tab but today in a budget committee hearing alderman. Said they didn't buy that explanation. These numbers that you're testifying to today would make most observers highly own suspicious

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Chicago Police 'Unprepared And Ill-Equipped' For BLM Protests

CBS2 News Chicago

00:18 sec | Last week

Chicago Police 'Unprepared And Ill-Equipped' For BLM Protests

"Scathing report from the office of inspector general chicago. Police department was underprepared. Ill-equipped responded george. Floyd protests and unrest in late may and early june. It said there was confusion of coordination in the field due to a lack of planning communication and leadership from the highest levels of c pd

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New study probes impact of police diversity in Chicago

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

New study probes impact of police diversity in Chicago

"Enforcement diversity may improve policing, according to a new study here's correspondent Jim Priscilla. New research concludes that hiring more non white and female officers could help improve police trick. But the people of color experts found the compared the white officers on the same shifts in the same neighborhoods. Female, Hispanic and black officers were less likely to stop arrest and use force. Scientists looked at nearly three million Chicago Police Department patrol shifts over a three year period.

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Spike in Chicago carjackings, police say

Bob Sirott

01:09 min | Last month

Spike in Chicago carjackings, police say

"Mork Car jackings reported in Chicago last night, Just a Chicago police announce another new strategy to deal with the spiking Carjackings. WGN's Judy Wang has the latest. Another four Carjackings happen overnight. This happened right after the Chicago Police Department announced plans to beef up its resource is in response to the spike in the number of cases there have already been nearly 150 Carjackings so far this year. This incident happened just after eight. Last night, a woman was sitting in her BMW sedan. Near 46, South Ellis, a car pulled up Two men got out in one of them pointed a gun at the woman They took off with her car, her purse and her cell phone. Police say a third person followed behind the stolen BMW. The car was eventually found near 41st and Cali, a match that incident was not hurt. Police are still looking for suspects. In the other overnight Carjackings. Two men stole a 19 year old woman's car. As she was about to pump gas. Another victim was a bride share driver in Bucktown Police Superintendent David Brown, urging residents of the city to reach out to young people to help them make better

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Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program

Morning Edition

06:36 min | 2 months ago

Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program

"Is trying to rebuild trust in communities with which it has a terrible relationship. So it launched an outreach program that's designed to change the ways in which police approach their work. Here's NPR's Cheryl Corley at a recent food giveaway at a Chicago park, a cluster of police officers wearing masks greeted drivers and loaded boxes of food and the trunks of a long line of cars. Many have Ford. I gotta get online for four. 25th district Police commander are not a duty. Others watch to make sure things were going smoothly. We're here to work together with the community. We want the community to embrace us embrace each other. It's making sure that there's no violence in our in our district in our neighborhoods. That means we gotta work together as a team. This is a collaboration with an an area area church church and and an an alderman's alderman's office. office. And And it's it's here here in in the the 25th 25th district, district, where where Chicago Chicago decided decided to to go go a a step step further. further. District District is is the the first first to to set set up up a a neighborhood neighborhood policing policing initiative patterned after a similar program in New York City. The best way to reduce crime is to prevent it from happening in the first place that Chicago police Superintendent David Brown and you do that do community policing. Getting officers of the cars and into the barber shops and beauty salon and churches and into the living rooms of our neighborhoods where they are signed. His community police. The notion of community policing isn't new, but it takes on a bigger meaning now after this summer's protest, instead of working from one radio assignment to the next District coordinating officers or D CEOs, as they're called hand out business cards and encourage people to email or call them on their cell phone. They work together with residents to resolve problematic. Non emergencies, like speeding cars were allowed neighbor, the officers have helped some residents find jobs. Homeless places to live, and they often turn to beat officers, businesses and community groups for assistance. Commander Angel No Bolus, the head of the Office of Community Policing. Says he's witnessed something among the D CEOs. You don't hear much about these days, joy that comes from helping members of the community. That's why we came on the job. We weren't just showing up and writing reports and making an arrest and moving on to the next thing instead, says Nepalis, they are actually creating strategies with people to solve problems. Officer Malcolm Brooks Says he wanted to help change the perception of the police, and after a couple of years on the job, he signed up to be a district coordinating officer, Burke says. They get calls Day and night. We deal with People who have mental health issues. We deal with people who may be out of work because we've helped people get jobs. We help the lady find an apartment and worked to build relationships, he says, with business owners and residents, city officials say in the 25th police district, where it all started nearly two years ago, there have been 10,000 fewer calls this year to the 911 emergency number a drop city officials directly credit to people having direct contact with officers who were part of the name. We're good initiative. Ah, program that's now active in five Police district's challenged by crime and gangs. The 25th police district is big, also diverse, but it's nearly 200,000 people live in distinct neighborhoods largely defined by ethnicity. On the west and northwest sides of Chicago. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Okay. Go up the stairs. Jean, You're right. Ronald Wilkes, A retired pastor lives in a brick to flat on a tree lined street about a block behind the police station. Is the president of the Street's blocked club and a community ambassador, a point of contact for the police and their outreach and for resident, he says there has been tension between police and residents here for decades. But the ambassador's know the area and the community and work with the officers explaining what's going on in the neighborhoods. The hot spot win crime is happening. He says the D. C. L's have made a difference in certain areas. But not all of the district now could display and work. Yeah. They could, because when we first jumped off, we was all over the place. They was walking the streets with us getting introduced to people in thing. But Something happened. What happened in the 25th says birth of Purnell was a lack of follow through by new officers. She's another community ambassador and a longtime resident. I feel like we're not taking seriously a lot of the terms because it's almost like pulling teeth. To get information her nail says too many D CEOs get pulled off the job to handle other police duties. Police commanders cycle in and out of the job to that means they have to try building new relationships over and over again. Amanda? No. Vallis says attrition reflective of cops leaving the profession nationwide and officers being promoted have affected the program. But he expects that may be resolved. As the initiative grows. The question is, what are the key elements that would get translated as it expands? Northwestern University professor Andrew Papa Christo's Who's been evaluating the program? Says there's been frustration on both sides. But overall results in the 25th district at least before the summer protests seemed promising. He says both residents and officers felt like relationships were moving in a better direction. But there's a caveat. Papa Christo's says No one should expect the details and the neighborhood policing initiative will cause any drop in crime. The mistrust in the cynicism of the police took centuries to get to where it is. And so if crime is going to improve because of that trust, it's gonna lag behind. It's going to take years to build and work on this relationship, especially as we as a society reckon with the history of policing in America, City officials agree, saying the policing initiative won't be able to resolve all the longstanding issues rooted in a lack of trust and respect. Like police misconduct or stop and frisk policies that have caused a rift between police and communities. Still, Chicago's mayor, the police superintendent, and many residents call the program with the district coordinating officers, a positive police reform. They say eventually it should be a citywide project to bring police and residents together to solve problems to work for a safe streets and safe homes and to build trust block by block. Cheryl Corley

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Chicago Police Face Firestorm After Woman's Home Wrongfully Raided

NBC Nightly News

01:41 min | 2 months ago

Chicago Police Face Firestorm After Woman's Home Wrongfully Raided

"Chicago's police department facing a firestorm tonight. Following a raid in the home of an innocent woman it was all captured on bodycam video and now nearly two years later it is just being released. Here's blaine alexander. It took just seconds for chicago police to ran their way into engine at young time inside. They found the social worker alone. Getting ready for bed naked in this police body camera video. You see officers handcuff yang and search her home for nearly an hour. Her lawyer says eventually allowed to cover herself with a blanket. Officers eventually realized she was right. No one should have to experience that now that february twenty nineteen raid is drawing comparisons to brianna taylor's case young's attorney says for months. The city blocked them from obtaining that video today no comment from chicago police citing an open investigation but mayor lori. Lightfoot said the city will release all of the video noting. The incident happened before she took office as a black woman and as a parent. Yes i am there. But absent that reality. I could have easily been miss young. The mayor says they have changed. Policies hoping to stop this from happening again but young says that's not enough. I was there when you came to. My church had did vote for you. I want you to come back to my church until me in the people at my church. How you're going to fix this. It's not okay. Blayne alexander nbc news.

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Chicago police officer found dead inside South Side home

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago police officer found dead inside South Side home

"An investigation is underway after Chicago police officer was found dead in his South side home yesterday. It was a police procession from Titus Moore's home on South Wabash to the medical examiner's office. A relative conducted a well being check and found more unresponsive. There were no signs of trauma. The Superintendent David Brown, issued this statement. It is with a heavy heart that the Chicago Police Department learned today that an active department member passed away. I ask that you keep his family in your prayers, and I offer my sincerest condolences to his loved ones and co workers.

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Chicago sees 6% decrease in overall crime in October

WGN Showcase

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago sees 6% decrease in overall crime in October

"Shootings and murders in Chicago this year, the month of October saw a 6% decrease in overall crime. The Chicago Police Department released the monthly crime report early this morning. Some other highlights. Criminal complaints for theft dropped 30% compared to last year. And theft itself is down 27% compared to the 1st 10 months of last year in the crime of burglary, robbery and theft categories. CPD is seeing 20 year lows in year to date statistics. Illinois health

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Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 4 months ago

Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

"To Chicago Sisters accused of stabbing a store security guard twenty-seven time God after he asked them to wear a mask. Two sisters were charged with first degree attempted murder on Tuesday after they allegedly stabbed a security guard twenty seven times just said no you, right. After he asked to women to wear a mask and use the store provided hand sanitizer police say he's talk about an overreaction and. It's one overreaction to another over-reaction ultimately that's true. Yeah. But this is generally why businesses are told. You don't don't push people on this because people are freaking crazy clearly a Chicago Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that Jessica Hill and her sister J la initially got into a verbal altercation with the guard at a shoe store in Chicago after they refused to wear a mask the late Sunday afternoon incident turned physical get him between women and their shoes. You're. Not Wrong. When one of the sisters allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed guard multiple times. Back Neck and arms police say oh man. Chicago police said that the thirty two year old victim was hospitalized at Mount Sinai Hospital in critical condition while the sisters were arrested and treated at a hospital nearby for minor injuries. According to police the women were in good condition and later boat at Cook County jail. And a bond hearing. Soak it. Circuit Court of Cook County. That is a lot of sees judge Mary. Maruko charged women with first degree attempted murder and order them to be held without bond. I don't know if it's first degree but. It's pretty outrageous. First degree premeditated. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. This doesn't sound like it was premeditated. For the moment second degree, the sisters a court appointed attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. But the Chicago Tribune reported that the defense lawyer argued that they were acting in self defense and that they have bipolar disorder, they have some kind of disorder for sure if someone asks you to put on a mask or something, you don't you don't whip out a knife stabbed twenty seven times that's mental illness. The defense attorney added that the pair had not intended to commit a crime nor that they have co a criminal record but the judge said the sheer numbers of stab wounds. Let's Concern Inc the Chicago, Sun? Times reported.

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Man hangs off side of Chicago's Trump Tower for 13 hours before being taken into custody

Frank Beckmann

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Man hangs off side of Chicago's Trump Tower for 13 hours before being taken into custody

"But it is not recommended a man who is taken into custody in Chicago after hanging off the side of the Chicago Trump Tower from a rope for 13 hours, he was demanding to speak to President Trump the police commander, Patricia Casey, in Chicago. Says it was a team effort to bring this man to safety. I'm an arson detectives to clear the hotel canine squat one and two of the fire department Ah Russian interpreter and other units from various units in the Chicago police Department. Additionally, some citizens helped out will there be a new stimulus package

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Chicago - Man Hanging From Trump Tower For 13 Hours Pulled To Safety

Frank Beckmann

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago - Man Hanging From Trump Tower For 13 Hours Pulled To Safety

"Trump. But it is not recommended a man who is taken into custody in Chicago after hanging off the side of the Chicago Trump Tower from a rope for 13 hours, he was demanding to speak to President Trump the police commander, Patricia Casey, in Chicago. Says it was a team effort to bring this man to safety. I'm an arson detectives to clear the hotel canine squat one and two of the fire department Ah Russian interpreter and other units from various units in the Chicago police Department. Additionally, some citizens helped out will there be a new

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Former Chicago police superintendent accused of sexual assault

John Williams

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Former Chicago police superintendent accused of sexual assault

"A 14 year veteran of the Chicago Police Department has filed a civil suit against a former police superintendent Eddie Johnson and the city. Cynthia Donald, claims she was repeatedly sexually assaulted and harassed for more than three years by the former superintendent after first time sexually assaulted me in his office at CPD headquarters. He told me that I belong to him. He referred to me as his girl. At times when I was able to avoid his sexual advances, he would tell me you got away this time. Johnson issued a statement late yesterday, saying the allegations of sexual assault and harassment made by Miss Donald never happened or accusations are not only patently false. They are egregiously dehumanizing towards true victims who have truly suffered sexual assault and harassment. In the workplace.

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At Least 51 Shot, 8 Killed So Far In Labor Day Weekend Gun Violence In Chicago

WBBM Late Morning News

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

At Least 51 Shot, 8 Killed So Far In Labor Day Weekend Gun Violence In Chicago

"Head of the Chicago Police Department is critical of the actions taken by the Cook County Criminal courts Following the most violent Labor Day weekend in four years. Wcbm is Mike Krauser reports 51 people were shot over the holiday weekend, There were 10 murders, including the stabbing deaths of two women. Police Superintendent David Brown over the Labor Day we can officers have recovered 201 guns making 146 gun arrest. It's a damn shame. It was the most violent Labor Day weekend since 2016 when 63 people were shot and 13 were killed. The superintendent said The violence picture is improving with a 50% decrease in murders over the past seven weeks and an 18% decrease in shootings tenuous progress. He called it Mike

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Labor Day weekend: 8,000 Chicago cops to be on the streets

WBBM Late Morning News

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Labor Day weekend: 8,000 Chicago cops to be on the streets

"Is upon us in the Chicago Police Department has been making plans for whatever arises the story from double to be the M's My Krauser last year over the Labor Day weekend, 41 people were shot seven were killed in this year. Police They're also also dealing dealing with with the the potential potential threat threat of of looting. looting. Superintendent Superintendent David David Brown Brown says says officers officers are are working working 12 12 hour hour days days and and days days off off have have been been canceled canceled their their using using barricades barricades to to protect protect retail corridors. In addition to that were also challenging open source. Social media for any signs of anyone trying to encourage people to loot. It's like reading the paper. Social media is not a invasive thing. There's no expectation of privacy on open source. Social media's media's don't don't different different paper, paper, watching watching the the news news to to see see if if you you have have There There are are any any clues clues of of anyone anyone trying trying to to organize. organize. Any Any kind kind of of looting. looting. Brown Brown said said They're They're not not planning planning to to raise raise the the downtown downtown bridges but are keeping the option open if it becomes necessary to limit the movement of people intent on doing bad things. Mike

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Chicago City Council committee approves $6.65M in police settlements

WGN Nightside

01:03 min | 6 months ago

Chicago City Council committee approves $6.65M in police settlements

"City Council Finance Committee has approved several settlements worth more than $6.5 million. It is for lawsuits brought against the Chicago Police Department. The biggest payout 3.8 million is going if the full City Council agrees to former police officer Laura Kubiak. She was a sign of the department's media relations office. She was verbally And physically threatened by another officer while at work. She filed a complaint and was subsequently reassigned or midnight shift on a high crime area. Alderman Alderman Scott Scott Walker's Walker's back back Your Your Chairs Chairs Finance Finance Committee Committee says says her her case case should should have have been been settled settled years years ago ago We've We've seen seen here here is is that that the the former former law law department department and and former employees that were the supervisor of Officer Kubiak probably could have Dealt with eight years ago, and it was just kicking the can down the road on guy think that the cost to taxpayers one up over time the full council has to vote on the settlements. The dollar rounds, though, are according to most experts not expected to change.

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Protesters march calling for defunding of Chicago police

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Protesters march calling for defunding of Chicago police

"A group of activists marched for a short time in Michigan Avenue yesterday, while calling to defund the Chicago Police Department. Rabbi Michal Ben Yosef led the Chicago Activists Coalition for Justice to Ohio Street, where they were stopped by police. One protester was not happy with being stopped again. I mean, they've proven themselves untrustworthy time and time again. I mean, look, now we can barely even cross the street and exercise our right to protest. The group eventually complied with directions from police and moved back south into the loop, where the group

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Chicago Police Department adds 81 new probationary police officers

WBBM Evening News

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago Police Department adds 81 new probationary police officers

"Police Superintendent David Brown is offering some advice for dozens of rookie police officers hitting the streets later this week. 81 Probationary, a Chicago police officers at 51st and Wentworth on the South side,

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:57 min | 8 months ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In front of this issue that a one year old was killed. And for God's sake, one year old is a queue about gun violence. We all have to consider Doing something different in the criminal justice system here in Chicago. I just put it on the table just like that. It's just we can't keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result and that a one year old was shot and killed in Chicago. So let's rally around. Dad and change and improve outcomes for criminal make sure that they are held accountable. We're talking to police Superintendent David Brown. You also increased officers Thursday through Sunday. This week. Officers can only take one day off. An additional 1200 officers on the streets. But here is the question we all are wondering for you and the Chicago police Department. How do you stop these drive by shootings? If there's no easy button for stopping the violence that we're seeing is that not one solution? No. One answer. I think it's a collaboration. I think I mentioned some of the number one Repeat offenders. Of violent need to be held longer in jail. That number one number two all of our partners in law enforcement, state, Federal on all of the other local partnership. We have ST intervention. We all need to step up our efforts. Right now, instead of just being Heartbroken. We all intercepted by upper right now and hold ourselves accountable to doing better in our role in reducing violence. It is going to make collaboration. PT is not going to take David Brown speaking to you is going to take Ah, hard collaboration on the ground, working very strategic, so that we get the people off the street that are meeting out this violence. And holdem in jail. When they're arrested. The first time that we spoke, I could hear the passion in your voice when I see you on television and speaking after the shootings, I hear the passion in your voice. You are a very positive person. You're one of those guys that You find the positive side and you run with it? You're always up for the challenge. This is a pretty big challenge here in Chicago is you know what one person asked me The question This way. Um, you had a good reputation. You retiring. Why did why did you come back here in risk loosing reputation, I said I'll trade whatever reputation I have for saving these young people in Chicago. I'll trade it like right now. You give me the outcomes always say for Chicago, and I don't have a poor, bad reputation leaving and be happy that I was here so I'm I'm no in fragile, naive person. I know this is gonna take a lot of hard work and likely I'm going to lose the stubble on my head. I've already lost my hair. But Um it'll all be worth it. In the end, he really willing tonight on Channel nine. You're on the special voice or change, which is hosted by Jared Peyton, who we're going to have on the show. In just a few minutes. It features Chicago athletes. Chicago police. You're on there tonight. What is your message that there is an intersection between boards. And the community. And the platform that athletes have can be impactful in any way we can collaborate with that intersection is law enforcement, I think Goes well for the community by way of trust, building transparency and efforts that mentor young people to make better decisions. And that's really the pipeline is young people making better decisions the pipeline to a state of Chicago so I'm only in or any collaboration quickly with Athletes,.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Now officially retired and no longer employed by the Chicago police department there for me that for me a light but this hour earlier today while speaking in Peoria the mayor says her decision to fire Johnson was about integrity and accountability after reading the investigative report from the I. G. and from looking at the underlying evidence he became clear to me that the things that he told me about his conduct more consistent with what the facts were and I thought that was absolutely essential that I take this action the mayor's referring to an October incident where officers found the former superintendent of sleep just after midnight in this car blocks away from his bridge port home after allegedly having drinks for the woman who was not his wife the Chicago police board once your input on hiring a new police superintendent three listening sessions will be held next month the first on December ninth at Trinity United church of Christ on west fifth ninety fifth street Copa continues to investigate a video that shows an officer slamming a man to the ground on thanksgiving a second officer in the case was relieved of police duties today police say twenty nine year old Bernard curse spit in the face of one of the officers it's not clear what role the second officer played in the incident the house Judiciary Committee is wrapped up their impeachment inquire re hearing constitutional law scholars help lawmakers understand impeachment as the inquire re into the trump administration's dealings with Ukraine moves forward Harvard law professor Noah Feldman explain why he feels what the president did is important the present United States works for the people and so if he six personal gain he's not serving the interests of the people he's rather serving the interests that are specific to him and that means he's abusing the office and he's doing things they can only get away with because he's the president and that is necessarily subject to impeachment you can hear the entire hearing on our website at WGN radio dot com U. S. prosecutors of interview the head of Ukraine state owned gas company the interview as part of an investigation into the business dealings of president trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and to Giuliani associates that includes whether the former New York City mayor fail to register as a foreign agent governor Pritzker signed into law today a measure aimed at bolstering equity in the states recreational cannabis program we want black and brown people we want people who've been left out and left behind to have a real opportunity to not only benefit from this new industry but to create new millionaires in the black community in the Latino community Chicago city council heard a proposal today from alderman Jay's in Irvine chairman of the black caucus that would delay recreational pot sales in the city until July first no but was taken that cleared the way for sales to began a south suburban areas in some hot water WGN Steve group damage has more rate would be a Robert Jones was arrested for driving under the influence following a three vehicle crash on November twenty fourth that crash happened on route fifty three in Wilmington police say the fifty eight year old Jones rear ended the vehicle stopped at a traffic light which then started a chain reaction three people suffered minor injuries in the crash.

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KSFO-AM

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The most listened to radio talk show in America hosted by me. Rush Limbaugh doing what I was born to do. While meeting and surpassing all audience expectations everyday. The patients of those of you on hold on the phones are going to get to you L quicko here little Spanish lingo. The Chicago police are livid. Chicago police. Boston Chicago police release files in the Justice smollet case one day after charges were dramatically dropped. Chicago police department released pages of redacted investigative reports in the jussie smollet case one day after charges were dropped. But the move may have prompted a moot. Court order about an hour after the Chicago police department released the files Chicago police reportedly became subject of a court order that barred them from releasing further files, even though they were widely available online. I think the Chicago police had the goods on the guy. I think they have even more that they're saying they had more than what they had revealed today, and they were going to use that at trial. And now they have just had the rug pulled out from under them. And they don't know why. And by whom the mayor can't even figure it out and everybody in Chicago is livid outraged at the two tiered Justice system that is obviously under split here. And it's I you know, what I nobody knows. I mean, everybody has their wild guesses, but I drew an analogy earlier to Kim FOX the Cook County state's attorney and Maryland Moesby who is her counterpart in Baltimore. That woman still has a job Maryland Moesby has been sued. Her department has been sued by five or six Baltimore police officers for defamation. I think we clearly. Have al-bahm type or Alinsky community? Organizers in these jobs. I think we've got people that literally hate the cops either we got a bunch of Colin Kaepernick types in these jobs, and who knows how many cities, and how many counties, and they harbor this deep hatred for the cops. And now they're in a position to undermine the cops. You can I draw you another analogy another analogy how about hands up don't shoot. Look at all of the bold faced lies and disinformation. This nation has to deal with now hands up don't shoot. I think is as bogus and borders on great similarities with this Muller investigation, and the so-called collusion between Trump and Russia. It didn't happen. It is now been officially determined. It didn't happen and the Democrats won't let go of it and the cable networks MSNBC and CNN can't let go of it. Because it's the only reason they have an audience. And his hands up don't shoot all over again, hands up don't shoot for those of you who may not fully remember, Ferguson, Missouri. A young African American teenager name Brown. Michael brown. Story went than he was just walking along the sidewalk one Saturday afternoon in Ferguson, Missouri near St Louis thinking happily about his upcoming freshman year at university and then a white Cup drove up and saw a happy black man and decided to murder him. And in the process of this Michael Brown. Skipping along the sidewalk. Happily thinking of his freshman year at university put his hands up. Don't you? And the white cop shot anyway. And this narrative came to life that it caused massive social disorder, and unrest and riots and fires. And other crimes throughout the Saint Louis area, predominantly in Ferguson people from all over the country agitators and activists came to join the protests because hands up don't shoot. The guy was originally didn't waiting thinking about going to college hands up don't shoot. The American people were led to believe that he was killed in cold blood hands up. Don't shoot. NFL game about two or three weeks later the Saint Louis Rams still playing in Saint Louis. During player introductions right before the game. A couple of Rams players came out running on the field with their hands up expressing solidarity with the young Michael Brown. Skipping along the sidewalk. Happily thinking of his freshman year at university hands up don't shoot. Didn't happen. Russian collusion hidden happen. Smollet staged a hoax. A couple of Trump supporters beat him up at two thirty in the morning. What can all these hoaxes all of this fake news that the drive by media has come to depend on? What really happened was young Michael Brown walked into a convenience store and robbed the place. While smoking some weed, and then after having robbed the place and all this was caught on store video then he's walking down the middle of the street after the cops had been called about the robbery. So the cop shows up finds Michael Brown who's not skipping along the sidewalk happily thinking about his freshman year university. He's casually walking in the middle of the street after having robbed a convenience store. Cop pulls up and Michael Brown attempted to enter the car and get the cops gun. The cop shot him. Numerous inquests and grand juries held testimony, even Eric Holder send people out to Saint Louis, and it was inescapably true that he had not what his hands up and he did not try to surrender. And he did not say don't shoot that. By that time. The why and the hawks was all the way around the world. So now, we have the same thing happening in Chicago. But the Chicago cops are not putting up with this. So they've released some files and now they've been told to withdraw them. Chicago police an hour after the department released the files police reportedly became subject of a court order that barred them from releasing further files, even though they were widely available online. So the cops have been told in Chicago that they can have no role in attempting to inform the Chicago public. What actually happened? That the DA's office and Cook County state's attorney's office is going to determine what happened and their version of what happened is the final version of what happened or we're not gonna let anybody any kind of contradictory version of this. We've dropped the charges. We've seal the file nobody's going to ever know what happens to this community service with the Reverend Jackson's organization. Now, there's a split on told us a split among the cast of the show empire half of them thinks Mileti did it and are outraged half of them think he didn't do it. And they're welcoming back the producers that show is on the verge being canceled. The ratings fell out of the bottom of empire, the past three months. But now, the producers of the you know, what you know, what we could bring the show back. We can bring smollet back. He's such a big item of curiosity weekend. Really stoke the ravens by bringing some. Oh, so he's on the verge of being rewarded for this? My friends. Let's go back to the subject of hawks isn't fake news. Gotta here this last night on the Fox News channel, Eric swale. Well, it's not a name you can pronounce fast. They're announce it fast, you'll say it's small well, but it's not it's wall. Well, he's democrat California. And he's one of these is really smooth talking leftist. He is an extremist radical. It doesn't look like one or sound like one. But he is he is every bit the radical that pencil neck shift is every bit the radical that Alexander, the SEO Cortez isn't by the way. We've got great audio of her coming up losing it during a hearing on the new green deal. Last night. Mike McCallum got swallowed come in as a guest. And she ended up staring at everybody in total disbelief at what swollen well was trying to pass off. She couldn't believe what she was hearing. Nor could the audience questioned the president. In your words, congressmen swale, well was a Russian agent, and he had worked with the government through his campaign to throw at American election. Now is it time for a little bit of reflection on everything that's happened. She's basically saying you wanna walk this back. Now, we know that Trump was not an agent of Russia. He was not undermining the United States. He didn't collude with Russia. Your very special counsel has said so she didn't say. That the people working with Russia where your people Mr. swale, well, Hillary Clinton and your pals at the FBI and the intelligence she didn't say that. But it's implied. Your people are the ones that tried to act with Russia, your the people have some explaining it. Oh, but she said are you maybe now maybe want to reflect on everything maybe pull back on this notion that Trump is a Russian agent Donald Trump acts that Russia's behalf when he meets with Vladimir Putin. He won't tell the country. What was said, and he essentially took the notes from the interpreter that really worries me just because he's not been criminally indicted for collusion doesn't mean he has conducted colluding types of behavior with the Russians we've seen this president have his campaign take meetings with Russians were dirt was offered. We've seen the president say on a stage. Russia keep hacking and we've seen the president constantly live at the best. Davis presidencies that he's not been indicted for criminal collusion, we still have problems. And that's what I think should be addressed by. Being the full Muller report. What do you think is going to be in it? The guy and let you live your life for a year and a half Muller after he learned there was no bight away congressman small well, there never was any collusion. And there was never any evidence of collusion. And this investigation never should have happened Muller. Should never have been appointed. There was never any evidence of any collusion. Zero zilch. Nada. None. There was never any collusion. There wasn't any even evidence of it. This whole thing is so bogus. And even he's going down the same road at Brennan went down. Yeah. He's telling Russia the hacked Hillary's emails, you people need to get a life. You people really just need to dial it down a little bit. And get a life. You just can't see it when you're being mocked and made fun of your out there claiming for months. That the Russians hacked your DNC serve Dino. There still is an edible evidence for that. Folks. Do you know, they're still isn't he evidence that the DNC computers were hacked by Russia? There isn't any and WikiLeaks maintains that whatever they got from the DNC server did not come from Russia. And the pedestrian emails ended up being made public because he fell for fishing attack. A simple fishing attack in his regular Email, the DNC server, nobody has proven the Russians hacked it. So Trump's out there, mocking you people, and you laughing at you. Hey, Russia because the media's going nuts about Hillary's missing emails, and where RV and so the media can't find him and the Democrats can't find him and Hillary can't find him and everybody wants him. So Trump says hey, Russia. They're saying you're hacking everybody. Why don't you? Maybe if you've got the Hillary emails, could you let our media. No. And these people fall for this. They believe.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:39 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Roberts, David gas. Good Morning, America. She is out. Now talking about that terrible interview with Jesse small at the actor who faked the hate crime against himself, according to the Chicago police department. Yes. The whole country, and they're beating them up because he's black and gay and hates Trump in the middle of the night in Chicago. One of the coldest nights of year never made sense. But whatever. Right. Some people were very upfront about not believing it. Yeah. Some called that irresponsible at the time. I didn't think he was telling the truth. I know somebody else here the reason people don't believe you Jesse is because you're not. That was before the whole thing blew up. Nice job. Thank you. I appreciate that. I didn't end mine with beautiful Jesse. Mike Robin did. Yeah. Beautiful. Jesse? So 'cause you're not telling the truth. That because you're not. Beautiful. Jesse Robin Roberts with talking about was that the how I get it done event. Put on every month by the cut. She said, quote, I'll be wasn't there. Well, who's who she says, I'll be completely honest. I was like I don't know if I want to do the interview or not. I said I don't want to sit down with them because if he's going to lawyer up, and then I was told he wants to speak with you because he was outraged by people making assumptions about whether it had happened or not. Man. She said she thought she was in a no win situation. She says, quote, I'm a black gay woman. He's black gay, man. He's saying that there's a hate crime. So if I'm too hard, then my LGBT community is gonna say, you don't believe a brother if I'm to light on them. It's like, oh, you are in the community. You're just giving him a pass. It was a no win situation for me. Well, that's the job you're in. Right. That's the thing. That's the problem with because I can I can sympathize and understand at least or I can I can appreciate where she's coming from. If that's really the feeling though, if that's what you're concerned about your in the wrong line of work. Absolutely. You're a journalist. Your job isn't supposed to be whether or not you piss off the wrong, right people. How will I look asking these challenging questions? That's well was the problem with her row. Will I look bright? Golly. What you're so afraid of the Twitter. Mom, that's what it comes down to. That's what's almost astonishing. She didn't press him on any red flags. No, she didn't call out his country Dixon's. She didn't call out the fact that he called police and left a noose around his neck. None of that game up. No. How does that happen? Because this fits the narrative. Right. You need that story to be true. You through. And now, honestly you're playing the victim. It was just no win will always me. It is. And I have nothing against Robin Roberts. That's not it. But you're not the victim. You're supposed to do your job, right? People are now ticked right? I it was a thing. Listen, if I tell the truth, I know. It's the truth right now because it's the truth. She went on saying people are looking at the interview through the eyes of how did you not know? I did the interview forty eight hours before it came out that it was probably a hoax. I had. I had that information or knew what the brothers were alleging. Heck? Yeah. I would have asked him about that. I pride myself in being fair. I know how much work went into being balanced about what had happened in challenge. Him on certain things. He never really challenged him on anything though. No. That was it. It was like here's what some people are saying never the follow up. Can you understand? Why people are questioning your story because it doesn't make sense. No what I was angry about initially for we talked about it the day of the interview. Right. Was that she she didn't acknowledge what had happened and call him out. And when he's totally contradicted himself. Like, that's your job. It's like you just want to give him a platform to tell his story. That was all it was about it wasn't about asking what the truth was. Oh my gosh. And she concluded the challenging interview with beautiful Jesse. I forgot that part hard hitting journalism is that what she said. Yeah. At the end of the interview, if you listen to the whole thing, I don't need to do that. I don't think, but I think the best part of this is that the well the best part of how the Chicago police department handled this aside from actually like slow walking everything waiting until the day that this interview airs. To say, hey, by the way, we don't think he's telling the truth. Because that's when it started coming out. That's when sources started leaking Chicago media outlets where people were saying now, actually we're kind of looking at him as a possible suspect. But we already knew that. I mean, we knew that there was red flags out, but they had been Chicago police have been very very very careful about. Yeah. Because. Seen as racist. Right. They wanted to say, hey, we are handling this like we would any other reported crime. And right now, he is a victim. Until we're ready to say, he's not. Then Eddie Johnson the superintendent comes out with the sledgehammer and says, no, I'm sickened by this. Well, are they still trying to claim that he was in fact, a victim isn't that still the claim that's floating around out there? His defense team. There are still people who are out there saying that they are not going to believe it until they have concrete evidence. I think I know. I know you're always waiting to hear what Queen Latifah has to say she did an interview with Yahoo news where she says I'm going to wait until I see the concrete evidence of this. You know, you have the Chicago police department coming out and saying what he did was disgusting. We had a lot of evidence out there that you don't know about yet. But okay, the flat earth societies pledge their support to Jesse now. That's good. By the way, there's one that we landed on the moon site already. I don't remember this clip, but it was titled what people need to learn from this story Jesse. Here. This is the truth. This is the truth because. Everybody has their own idea. Some healing. Healing hurtful. But I just want some people members of the LGBTQ community young black children to know, how strong the arm my Josh because they're comfortable enough in their own skin that they don't have to make up hate crimes like you. Right. The piece came out last week. Maybe just the startup was too much. Caused him to do this victim. And oh my God. Hollywood reporter was talking about that the pressures of fame. That's he's really he's still is a victim. You see he's thirty two years old. He's not twelve not on a Disney show. But that whole thing of people just want to see what they want to see it's like, you can't you can't understand. Why people are questioning this sense who leaves a noose around their neck for forty five minutes. It doesn't call the cops. Right. He's thirty six by the way. Okay. Thank you, David. Speaking of hate crimes, totally different story here. But this is a mayor David small town in South Carolina. The mayor of that town says that she was the victim of a hate crime. And I think she's still sticking to the story. Darnall bird mcph pherson says she woke up one morning saw her car covered in a yellow substance. Now, you're not have any markings nothing. No, no message on their no swastikas. Nothing like that. It was just covered in this yellow substance. And she says, well, this is obviously hate crime. Her husband said, well, it looks like. Spray paint. It was a grainy substance like industrial spray foam used a patch concrete. That's what she told. Newsweek looks like little pebbles. They said stuff was on her husband's cars. Well, so she calls the cops. And in a statement to WBZ D, the mayor said love conquers hate and my husband, and I refuse to be intimidated by those who perpetrated this act of vandalism which classifies inactive hatred now. According to the police report told officers that she did have a possible suspect in mind at the time. Apparently someone had told her that someone wanted to kill her. Mcpherson told. Newsweek, she likened it as a hate crime. Because number one there's a history of racism in our town of Lamar South Carolina. Okay. Which put that up on the billboard as you. Go into town. Right. Welcome to Lamar. Come see the history of racism museum. And then in another statement, the mayor said during the seventies crosses were burned in the yard of our home. When my mother was involved in the civil rights movement on this very same corner in this very same front yard. That's why immediately saw this was covered in yellow paint. Immediately thought there back forty years after the fact they're back. Okay. Okay. Well, then. Apparently the cops came by. They didn't take a sample, and they are not investigating any further. You know, why because they're racist. Because it was pollen. Pollen pollen L E, N, polite and tree pollen. But here's the thing. You may not know. I I can't believe you didn't say this the bees. Yeah. Had little tiny mega hats on. It was pollen tree that was a hate crime. Okay. That's a little embarrassing. Now, isn't it? Oops. Oh my gosh. Wanted to bring up his story you guys. I don't know if you happen to see this over the weekend. I wish got sort of flipping back and forth Saturday night TV there was a basketball game. And there was a UFC fight on. I'm going back and forth. And I saw this happen this UFC fighter named Johnny Walker. Seriously. Busy redhead? No, he's not Johnny Walker red. No. But he wanted like thirty six seconds. He did this like flying me right to this guy's head. I mean Bob down, and he's the, you know, the ref calls the fight it's done. And so then he celebrated. Doing the worm lake fell straight from a standing position. Yeah. And said, I dislocated my shoulder. Oh my gosh. In the celebration. There's audio Joe Rogan..

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"chicago police department" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Now, I'm not saying it's unusual to be talking to your manager to in the morning as you're walking from from to and from subway sandwich. Shop to get a sandwich. In the blizzard in the polar vortex of one degree weather in the windy city. But it is odd. It's unusual. They have now asked for freedom of information request for the report and the Chicago police department said as the potential harm to the above specified individual clearly outweighs the public interest in disclosure out disagree with that. It is the position of the CD that the requested documents are exempt from disclosure convenient. That is so so we've got established that he was sources at CPAP are that he was carrying a sandwich when he returned to the building after the attack. Fact, or at least it's reported reported from source and Chicago PD, we've got them not releasing the a request correct point. But we also have the police are scouring footage around stores. See because it turns out it wasn't actually like a rope. Like, you would see a hangman's noose. It was more of a thin clothesline type thing. Right. And that's what they're so there appeared just come out of the packaging. Anyhow, the point here is if this was around his neck, which we also been told was the case when police arrived. Okay. Yep. As apartment, forty minutes later. Let's just put yourself at just occurred to me as you were reading that. Let's say that someone splashes some unknown substance on you some liquid. I'm getting every especially not my apartment. I'm getting everything off of me immediately. I'm preserving evidence bullcrap, I want whatever just landed on me off. Well, and and that having been said if you were to be the victim of this attack and have a some sort of liquid thrown on you. You would want to go to get medical attention. Right. Not only would you want those. Off your earning, my friend at the moment, you want medical attention in the fact that the police had to subpoena his phone records. Wow. He is he's really not cooperating get to the bottom of who attacked him. Well, no, he is. But he just doesn't want you looking at his phone. Okay. What's what's on a typical phone than almost anything could be fought? I mean that that's your hand held lifeline. It's your held lifeline to everything. And there's been look we can come up with all kinds of theories and about what happened and why would happen. And why he would report this. But we really don't know. Right. I mean, I I hope we don't want people being attacked like this ever. I find it difficult to believe that someone. Difficult to with this attack would happen. Like this in Chicago. Twin loser attacks going on in Chicago. Yes. There are oh, that's a fact. You have to look that up. That's a fact and by the way police have also said these were two homeless guys the guys that appeared on the Valence it just like are there? So it's coaching for them. Yeah. Make America rates. It's maga- because that's how they say. In Chicago, say Maga now, let's maga-. The windy city says that's the way it sounds. It's it's fascinating that why someone would do this either way whether whether it's really an attack..

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"These Chicago police department says it's conducting an internal affairs investigation regarding with the police superintendent called the first gun seizure of the new year. The story from WBZ M's, Mike Krause. Here. The second city cop blog first reported what it suggested was a New Year's Eve farce the first gun seizure of the new year. It was reported the arrest actually occurred at about eleven thirty pm and the officers were told by higher ups to hold it for a photo op with the superintendent who held in early morning news conference third district tactical team three sixty three got the first illegal weapon off the streets. Chicago at twelve zero two AM two minutes after midnight on the police radio that night a dispatcher said twenty three thirty one for that weapon. Recovered military time for eleven thirty one pm. A spokesman says the department stands by the official arrest time has just after midnight. But there is an internal affairs investigation into the specifics. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM, a civilian officer police accountability investigator accused of filing a false report that a fellow employee was planning a mass shooting at the COPA. Officers will remain behind bars. A judge. Thirty-five-year-old Alison Johanna held on ten thousand dollars bond. Police say Johanna sent an Email to the inspector general's office claiming another employee was planning the shooting. She turned herself into thirties on Thursday. Well, it's January in Chicago. But it sure doesn't feel like it. I feel like springs right around the corner. Usually, we have you know, with its thirty degrees. Colder snow my dog will be happy when I get home because he'll be able to play with me outside. Feels like I'm back in LA right now..

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"'em to Jay Pritzker for governor campaign workers have been dismissed after photos that appeared to show one of them in black face. Jay Pritzker campaign staffers were fired for posting a photo of one of them online smiling and wearing a charcoal mass beauty product it's a photo that looks like black face a spokeswoman for the campaign says they were suspended for showing poor judgment, and then fired after officials dug a little deeper timings initial here. The Pritzker for governor campaign is currently facing a loss. Suit by several current and former staff members, alleging and atmosphere, racial discrimination. Something that the campaign has denied in the loop. Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Federal and local law enforcement have announced a racketeering, murder and gun charges against twenty three Chicago gang members members are accused of eleven murders. Some dating back to two thousand fourteen FBI special agent in charge. Jeffrey salad says this shows Justice delayed is not Justice denied if you are killing people in the city of Chicago, the men and women of the Chicago police department, the FBI we will be looking for you. Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson says Rico charges originally used to prosecute the mob are the future of going after gangs. You don't think that gangs in the city, Chicago aren't organized and your fool yourselves? So I think that is a valuable tool that we plan on using as much as we can to bring these individuals to Justice. Five of the high ranking gang. Members are already in custody in Inglewood, Nancy hardy, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM, Illinois public health. Investigators say they're tracking to new clusters of legionnaires disease in the Chicago area department of public health says one cluster involves to residents of the Warren bar south loop nursing home in the seventeen hundred block of south Wabash state says the nursing home revised its water management plan increased environmental sampling and heightened clinical surveillance. The other cluster of cases is reported in McHenry and lake counties with state investigators saying the WalMart in Johnnesberg might be a possible exposure point. Investigators say the store has taken action including turning off produce water sprayers state. Investigators say the two clusters are not connected. Jim got News Radio on one zero five point nine. FM arrest warrant has been issued after the slaying of a barber known to some Chicago Bears players Twenty-six-year-old. Michael Carney was shot at a gas station in Harvey while his five year old daughter sat in the car. Carney's barbershop was often frequented by bears players, including linebacker Khalil Mack and cornerback prince amukamara police say twenty seven. Perry. Gaza of Madison has been charged with first degree murder. He was allegedly seen following Carney before the shooting and previously dated Carney's girlfriend. You can sign up for regular news updates and breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Just click on the sign up link in the upper left corner of any page. WBZ news time,.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Staffers were fired for posting a photo of one of them online smiling and wearing a charcoal mass beauty product it's a photo that looks like black face a spokeswoman for the campaign says they were suspended for showing poor judgment, and then fired after officials dug a little deeper timings in issue here. The Pritzker governor campaign is currently facing a lawsuit by several Karen. And former staff members alleging and atmosphere, racial discrimination. Something that the campaign has denied in the loop. Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Federal and local law enforcement have announced racketeering, murder and gun charges against Twenty-three. Chicago gang member gang. Members are accused of eleven murders. Some dating back to two thousand fourteen FBI special agent in charge. Jeffrey salad says this shows Justice delayed is not Justice denied if you are killing people in the city of Chicago, the men and women of the Chicago police department, the FBI we will be looking for you Chicago police intendant Eddie Johnson says Rico charges originally used to prosecute the mob are the future of going after gangs. You don't think that that gangs in the city, Chicago aren't organized, and you fooling yourselves? So I think that is a valuable tool that we plan on using as much as we can to bring these individuals to Justice five of the high rank. Gang. Members are already in custody in Inglewood, Niyazi hardy, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM, Illinois public health. Investigators say they're tracking to new clusters of legionnaires disease in the Chicago area Mueller department of public health says one cluster involves to residents of the Warren bar south loop nursing home in the seventeen hundred block of south Wabash state says the nursing home has revised its water management plan increased environmental sampling and heightened clinical surveillance. The other cluster of cases is reported in McHenry and lake counties with state investigators saying the WalMart in Johnnesberg might be a possible exposure point. Investigators say the store has taken action including turning off produce water sprayers state. Investigators say the two clusters are not connected. Jim got us NewsRadio on one zero five point nine. FM arrest warrant has been issued after the slaying of a barber known to some Chicago Bears players twenty six year old Michael Carney was shot at a gas station and Harvey wireless five year old daughter sat in the car. Carney's barbershop was often frequented by bears players, including linebacker Khalil Mack and cornerback prince amukamara police say twenty seven. Perry goes of Madison has been charged with first degree murder. He was allegedly seen following Carney before the shooting and previously dated Carney's girlfriend. A reminder we are online at WBZ NewsRadio dot com featuring downloadable audio and links to all the top stories. That's WBZ NewsRadio dot com. WBZ news.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on 1A

"Jamie asked, shouldn't there be a national group or board who could provide oversight over individual police departments? They could be an objective trusted advisory board whose judgments both sides would trust and accept and to whom and aggrieved local citizens group could appeal Paolo tweeted police forces with their training, transform them from people's defenders into a communities foes with this stance, the police force is not your friend, even if you are a regular law abiding citizen. So maybe trainings part of it. And Hector emailed the UK and other European Union countries have unarmed on-duty police officers, and we should have more unarmed cops to Patrick Smith. I'm not sure if anyone is advocating that any officers in Chicago disarm themselves, but I wonder what people are suggesting. I mean, is there a conversation about lasting change after the look Lon McDonald case, or are there still other loose ends with this that need to be tied up first before we talk about form? Well, there are. The the video of McDonald's shooting prompted the department of Justice to come in and investigate the Chicago police department which has been done in other cities. And actually our state government and the city of Chicago are are in the very final moments of sort of hammering out a consent decree to make big changes over the next decade to the Chicago police department. The police union here is very opposed to that effort. They think that this reform is not going to help. It's gonna make us less safe. Many activists thinks this is a really good, you know, a really big step. And then of course, there are some who are who are skeptical. This is going to be the change that we really need. And I will say one thing that has been talked about a lot here that some of the comments you've gotten have alluded to is, is the idea of having officers in neighborhoods that they really know. Something that I've heard from a lot of people is that there are white officers Chicago's a very. Aggregated city that there are white officers who really didn't have much interaction with people of color before they joined the force, and then they are sort of dropped first thing for, you know, as soon as they're out of the academy into some of the toughest neighborhoods in the city where they are encountering and working with people of color, and they don't, they don't know what they don't know what they're doing essentially, and they're overmatched and and sort of cultural differences and blind spots are making the problem worse here. That's something that that some people say would would would help out in the city to have more represent representation have police officers policing in neighborhoods where they themselves live. I'm Joshua Johnson. You're listening to one a.. Patrick one more quick question for you. I know we're low on time, but Aaron wrote on our website,.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In news at ten o'clock here's david jenex mostly cloudy seventy nine degrees right now at o'hare attend seen protests deceiving after a police shooting sun times reporter tweeting zoo severely escalated when police officers move their line forward and had several demonstrators with batons and protesters punched officers back this is what the scene sounded like the shooting itself was officer involved they say the person who was gunned down was exhibiting characteristics of someone who was armed officers fried to question him then a scuffle ensued meantime community activists william callaway says peaceful protesters were attacked by officers police department is not big reform efforts and all that stuff nobody said for me on behalf of the activist community chicago police department is not at all one witness says the man who was shot and kill was a respected barber who worked in the south shore neighborhood three cars shot at on i fifty seven early this morning state police say no one was hit by the bullets around three in the morning on saturday although the three cars all were damaged by gunfire a person inside a white mercedes benz which later crashed and was found abandoned was responsible according to investigators the shots were fired on i fifty seven between west one hundred and twenty seven th street in park and west one hundred and eleventh which is in chicago's morgan park neighborhood bob kessler wgn new miami beach police say that a man facing eviction was planning to tortures own building and burn jews walder's stole burs charged with attempted murder after detectives twentyeight containers of gasoline and explosive materials in storage unit homeland security secretary christian nielsen says there are no signs russia's targeting the two thousand eighteen midterms for cyberattacks with the same scale and scope used in two thousand sixteen in saudi arabia there has been a reported arrest of an overly enthusiastic female concert fan abc's julia mcfarland women in saudi arabia has been arrested after running onto stage to hug a male singer concert according to local reports and footage captured by fans at the performance women in saudi arabia are not allowed to mix and public with men who are unrelated to them a fifty five year old woman died a man around the same age seriously hurt after a fire around three this morning on north merrimack avenue the cause under.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"State's attorney's office as the prosecutors and the chicago police department with multiple federal agencies operation full circle investigation nabbed a sixty year old who allegedly operates a drug trafficking organization in mexico and worked with a man in racine wisconsin to distribute wholesale quantities of fenton all the customers here in the chicago area president trump's longtime attorney michael cohen may be going in a new direction with his legal representation steve kastenbaum with more in the middle of a fight to stop federal investigators from looking at documents and other evidence seized from his office hotel room in home cone is switching attorneys according to a source familiar with the change who spoke to cnn the name of the new lawyer wasn't immediately known on the move could signal a change in strategy as pressure is mounting on mr trump's former attorney cohen hasn't been charged with a crime but the fbi raids in early april revealed that prosecutors had zeroed in on his personal financial dealings that included the payment made to porn star stormy daniels on president trump's behalf before the election steve kastenbaum new york the fed has decided to push up its benchmark interest rate again fed chairman jerome powell says a quarter of a percentage point increase is appropriate given the health of the economy we think that gradually returning interest rates to a more normal level as the economy strengthens is the best way the fed can help sustain an environment in which american households and businesses can thrive the federal funds rate which helps determine rates from mortgages credit cards and other borrowing now stands at a range of one point seven five percent to two percent anew ban on long guns and.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Yeah it's big deal big thing for me like i'm beating a new girl and uh she wants to meet the girls too so i mean left a sixmonth mark and i just hello hello go was the divorce astle going through it and how long you've been yeah the chicago police department almost twenty years and the twenty the chicago pd goal all the way out to the evanston and glen co and all that stuff or they're out of their suburbs watch go out there uh kind sick of patrol tell you the truth 'cause dane was how things changed in chicago being in a cop oh okay well that in generals change for the worse than general really has uh that's why we have a lot of people they're going to start moving out to get off that just department that have bought twenty years uh because in twenty years we get the pension where we get all but a lot of us we're not old enough you know we have to we have to the collective pension we have to get to fifty two years of age a lot of people like myself around forty two maybe five and coming up on the twenty year though all of us are just like we stay and possibly get fired because of some you know some stupid that happens everything tomase this unintended uh circumstances and i'm i'm assuming that the whole black lives matter saying is it's going to be more black people getting killed because more cops don't wanna get out of the car going to those neighborhoods or whatever it is everything just all the all the good intention bullshit just ends up backfiring all the time when he tried it hey we're going to do this and it turns out once they get down the road just a little bit oh turns out the murders have gone up not not not not cop not cops murdering black people there's black people murdering black people that number will go up.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"With the gentleman who's in charge of the bargain engaged see for the chicago police department and just being accused of laying back quote unquote then he was on with the journalist she confronted them and he said you're absolutely right we all laying back we'll answer the nine what one calls over the radio basically he should anything proactiv we're not doing we saw what happened in baltimore because of the politics and other issues we invited six police officers three of whom are african american won them home was the starches female black youth you know you can't undermined your law enforcement community the matter in which we are there is no question kucan toll they have been abuses and missteps by law enforcement we go from one extreme in this country to the other we've never seem to be able to strike the balance we need to acquire what that balances we need accountability for law enforcement and we need unconditional support and of course as i said to you a couple of minutes ago this can be accomplished through exceptional leadership and i can tell you i have familiarization with the number of agencies here that's what county hazard extremely good higher hierarchy new york city extremely good the state police in new york exceptional you know we have some very good leadership here and they keep the indians in house so to speak with you know we've we've had these discussions for generations we're going to continue to have them guy who's going to stumble until you know in these jobs and the thing that this appointing because they're not house gains there's a mechanics they're the people who are empowered to protect you and they should not waver on i hate would be so extreme about it but i feel that way about at five is committed to it i'm not going to go into what saga about my experience because it would reflect positively i've it's probably cut you in private but you know i have this thing about this the time and place for everything if you want to drink on the job you can't trick for eight hours i'm having a hard time understanding that no one was out of.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Chicago's to make sure this is court oversight of the reform uh process of the chicago police department that's another way in which the attorney general can kind of stepped into the void left by you know the harmful federal policies and then also in the area of consumer protection consumer protection is a large part of what an attorney general's responsibilities are in terms of protecting consumers or the citizens of the state from exploitative practices by by business and so also we see you know for example that the trump the trump administration backing away from the consumer financial protection bureau for example on and so this is an area where the eternity general can then step in and make sure that consumers are protected from exploitive business practices when it comes to financial services products and services so there are a number of ways but the attorney general can really uh fill that void as we've noted you're a woman and you're a mom you have two adult children is that correct i do it to make history twenty seven and thirty one i have a son at a daughter instill can you talk a little bit about why it's important to have to have mothers in these important roles as things like attorney general but also you know other elected positions at various levels of government i mean i think you know women and mothers we we we bring a certain kind of perspective to two issues and challenges that i think it's just it's just different right i mean there's there's the idea of being empathetic and having the empathy and it's also having just got strong commitment to the issues that affect women you know so for example when it comes to standing up for women's reproductive health care rights you know this is something i you know obviously i want to care about for myself but i'm also worried about my daughter's future you know i have a daughter she's twenty seven and i worry about her future when we're we're in the year of two thousand eighteen and there's actually a debate going on about whether or not.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Heard her algae demille purse a apples and matt apple her her run jewels birch in our wish the other two black me it was ruled rob he's more of is okay all even grading to be then brigham longer front omb was habit india much raffles huffman rodman mm and camacho debt early speed or breached and what is this new return uh police on all the way out police there is heath although gobble arou won't beat the a thursday a offices day god loss looking for the hotel when the incident happy after driving the couple around looking for the location attacked a couple store began to fall apart adding to the collapse of their story airport surveillance video showed a couple arrived in chicago without luggage confronted oh right right give runaway describes these that he blamed story on his girlfriend admitted that he didn't know her motives and they did a forthright just frame some random black people in us the with the chicago police department for far hassi's in gigs you know you get you guys ever did i gotta police and blame a crime also one random for for for on gabar do that because no consequence each harsh does focus stand with the crime threat wasting y'all time like you know they've they've probably widow arrested on black beautify are adamant negative red ago beat up somebody who's monday on that damn bad news could the description they were dragged out to a joke yacht pull up in there and be like a unique under arrest were due over supervisors boondoggle appointed songs with jerk your dinner obvious to give its hall and i'll give it a little rome we will be putin liberal empty.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"And their homicide clearance rate the shooting clearance rate in i think the chicago police department is actively working on those things and actively looking at innovations from other municipalities because they're not happy with it i mean i i don't want anyone here to be resigned that this is it is our normal right now but that is acceptable and i think the shock that you all have expressed by that number should also mean a push for accountability and i think that's where we are right now is that there is a reckoning with our law enforcement partners that what we have been doing hasn't worked and we have to do something different is there a is it a problem to identify wearing chain is the causes these low rates and then or is it you know where the problem is you just need to implement a fix semi wh how complicated it is the response it it's complicated only in that not one entity owned say raids so if you talk to people eight you know the easy answer is what people in the community don't trust the police and so they're not talking and then if you talk to others it's like well the police came out and they saw the guy laying on the ground and nearly who shot you and he was like i'm on i'm not talking to you and they're like well we don't know and then walk away like that's also not acceptable is not acceptable that no one talks and so i think you can't own way entity of why that disconnect is there what i do think you need to do is a deep dive i think you do need to look at the data i think for some communities they feel like the effort is in being put in there and that kind of fatalistic view of euwide.

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"chicago police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"chicago police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Train new thoroughly chauvet you have an idea of what you're options are not go for use of force or nothing unlike the chicago police board the fraternal order of police local which represents rank and file chicago officers doesn't like the new policy and filed a complaint the local aclu chapter when a step further in filed a lawsuit against the city on behalf of several groups including people with this abilities karin scheele he says too often chicago police used excessive force and mishandled them we have decades of engrained problems within the chicago police department in a four hour training as a positive step but it's not enough to ensure cultural change that's what we need the chicago police departments said what this and future training aims to do is help create that cultural chef reinforcing a safer way for the police and the public to interact cheryl chorley npr news chicago this is npr news and this is kqed public radio on he replied the info mo isn't taking your identity it is repurposing social media data into a informal thickest fetig join us from more true stories told law this time who am i stories of christian identity that's on the mafia hour npr the martha's at ten o'clock tonight followed by snap judgment and eleven those who flipping works especially surprised to hear this groom in night the next nipped as such as with more than two subpoenas five innocence law of judge hostile until.

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