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Bronzeville »

You only have until Monday to tell police what you think of the newly proposed policy.

West Englewood »

Relieving the officer of his powers is the most serious action Chicago Police can take now, police said.

Near West Side »

The deadline to apply to be a police officer is Jan. 31, officials said.

Bridgeport »

Billed as a " progress report ," the eight-page document contains no new policies or proposals.

Norwood Park »

"There's no real police presence in this area, and that makes us targets," one resident said.

Mt. Greenwood »

Police and city officials met Friday with black youths to discuss race relations at Marist High School.

Downtown »

This October saw a 278 percent increase in the number of people murdered, according to DNAinfo data.

Bridgeport »

The new officers will be charged with rolling back a wave of violence that has swept the city.

Wrigleyville »

Wrigleyville residents will need proof of residence to access the area around the ballpark, police said.

Downtown »

Budget Director Alexandra Holt expected increased revenue as well as more parking income to pay for it.

Bronzeville »

Police will be asked to turn in officers who violate the use of force policy under proposed changes.

Downtown »

The deal was announced as part of a $25 million borrowing plan to pay for the Interceptor SUVs.

Austin »

Tense climate forcing officers to choose between saving their lives or their jobs, police union says.

Downtown »

The expansion is part of a push to equip every officer with a body camera by 2018. 

Downtown »

Fidel Urbina had been on the run since 1998, when he was accused of killing a woman in Chicago.