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River North »

Police Board President Lori Lightfoot sought ways to "incentivize" ending the so-called code of silence.

South Loop »

Despite a boycott by some ministers, mayor insisted the Martin Luther King event "was not about me."

Downtown »

Aldermen introduced a series of ordinances to curb excessive police force and increase accountability.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel offered anecdotal evidence Chicago Police are doing their jobs.

Downtown »

The City Council named Sharon Fairley chief administrator of the Independent Police Review Authority.

Downtown »

At a confirmation hearing, IPRA chief Sharon Fairley pledged to make her agency a catalyst for change.

West Town »

Sharon Fairley said she plans to improve community relations with a new outreach manager.

Downtown »

Police officers call it being "stripped" of arrest powers.

Austin »

My Block, My Hood, My City founder Jahmal Cole says police should live in the neighborhoods they serve. 

Downtown »

"We cannot have innocent Chicagoans affected by officers shooting blindly," said Ald. George Cardenas.

Downtown »

According to the Mayor's Press Office, he wasn't set to return until this coming weekend.

Downtown »

The year began with Mayor Rahm Emanuel in the first mayoral runoff and only went downhill from there.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Police Department abuses were "deep-seated" and "go way back."

Downtown »

The new head of the Independent Police Review Authority and the Police union president faced grilling.

Belmont Cragin »

Ald. Ariel Reboyras said, "Work must be done," but Ald. Deb Mell called for "healing" to begin.