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Baltimore riots: Policing the police

Baltimore riots: Policing the police

Danielle Harris

May 3, 2015


Filed under Opinions

In the midst of Freddie Gray’s death and the Baltimore riots, an injustice in Chicago has gone practically unnoticed by the national news media. While headlines reading “unarmed black man shot by police” have become so common they have practically lost their shock value, the unjust trial for unarmed 22-year-old Rekia Boyd, an African American Chicago resident shot and kill...

Increasing street presence of Chicago police: An effective solution?

Increasing street presence of Chicago police: An effective solution?

Jackson Danbeck

April 12, 2015


Filed under Nation & World

As instances of police brutality and crime continue across the nation, Chicago is forced to look at its own crime problem and whether the policies of newly re-elected Mayor Rahm Emanuel will prove effective or stoke the gathering flames.  Read More »...

Chicago Police considers use of body cameras

Chicago Police considers use of body cameras

Amanda Crane

September 15, 2014


Filed under Metro, News

Chicago police spokesman Marty Maloney told the Chicago Tribune that the police department is considering testing the use of body cameras on its officers. The department stated it has started looking into a pilot program, but Maloney insists that there are no solid plans in place at this time. ...

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