President Donald Trump took aim at the Chicago Police Department as a new report details reform efforts ushered in by an agreement with the ACLU.
— Read on www.chicagoreporter.com/stop-and-frisk-down-80-in-chicago-but-black-and-latinx-people-still-hit-the-hardest-judge-finds/
New York City is at the lowest crime rate since the 1950s.
— Read on www.foxbusiness.com/business-leaders/us-police-challenges-nypd
A civil rights group released a study that says bodycams can alter the way a police officer writes a report.
— Read on defensemaven.io/bluelivesmatter/news/bodycam-advocates-now-claim-body-cameras-are-a-threat-to-civil-rights-RZI2tR4e9UaYyZdz6Ce3pA/
See the report HERE
This article provides a nice review of the ups and downs of community policing in Chicago over the last two decades, including promising early results from renewed efforts now underway. With the police superintendent retiring, it will be interesting to see if a new leader follows the current path or a different one.
— Read on gcordner.wordpress.com/2019/11/23/community-policing-in-chicago/
Nonprofit CNA provides in-depth research and solutions-oriented analyses to help decision makers understand issues, set policies, and manage operations.
— Read on www.cna.org/research/charleston
The Chicago Police Board is an independent civilian body that oversees certain activities of the Chicago Police Department. The Board’s powers and responsibilities include deciding disciplinary matters involving police officers and nominating candidates for Superintendent of Police to the Mayor.
— Read on www.chicago.gov/city/en/depts/cpb.html