First a pandemic and scrutiny over police brutality. Now, police say long hours are hurting efforts to improve officer mental health.
A judge called a Chicago police officer “frightening” due to online posts endorsing violence. The mayor echoed the concerns. CPD did nothing.
Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx said she expects the system will be overwhelmed by defendants requesting a speedy trial.
Democrats are making changes to their landmark criminal justice bill. Are they undermining it or just making it easier to implement?
The legislation, waiting for the governor’s signature, is meant to prevent false confessions and wrongful convictions.
After an officer killed 13-year-old Adam Toledo in March, city leaders promised new rules for when and how cops should go after suspects.
Hacked emails show City Hall struggling to find evidence that would justify Lightfoot and Brown’s claims linking gun violence to bond court.
Strawberry Hampton, Who Sued Over Transgender Prisoner Rights, Is Moved To Female Housing In DuPage County Jail
Hampton won a legal fight to be housed in a women’s state prison. Now in jail, she’s been fighting the same battle again.
Foxx pledged “this is not about accusations or fall guys” after an investigation into her office’s mischaracterization of the police shooting.
Only about 25% of officers have gotten a shot at a city-run site, though they can go elsewhere. Experts say this could be dangerous for public health.