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Bait Trucks in Englewood called off after outcry

Crusader staff report Bait trucks with Nike gym shoes that served to lure and arrest residents in Englewood will no longer be used after public...

Police union vows to sue over consent decree

Crusader Staff Report The leader of the Chicago police union vows to sue to block the approval of a consent decree that seeks to implement...

A Crusader Exclusive

By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader It’s quiet in the office of the highest-ranking cop in Chicago. WGN’s late-morning newscast is showing on a 35-inch flat...

Chicago sued again to force police reforms

Crusader staff report Opposition is mounting against Mayor Rahm Emanuel and his efforts to implement police reforms without scrutiny and oversight. Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan...

What Trump’s win means for Chicago and Baltimore’s cops

By Maurice Chammah, themarshallproject.org One of the Obama administration’s most aggressive civil rights tactics — the investigation and forced reform of local police departments —...

Chicago to add almost 1,000 police to beleaguered force

By Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Reinforcements are coming to a violent Chicago. As a major part of a plan to combat crime -- including the city's...

Shootings shake Chicago to its core

By Erick Johnson, Chicago Crusader Chicago police has shot another teenager, while gangs are allegedly planning to retaliate for his death. Murders are out of...

Chicago Police Expand Body Camera Program

By Lorraine Swanson, patch.com More than 450 body cameras are on their way to Chicago as part of the Chicago Police Department’s body-worn camera pilot...

Family Of Phillip Coleman Settles For $4.9M

By Desire Thompson, newsone.com The family of Philip Coleman, the man who died after being violently dragged from his cell by Chicago police in December...

Uncle of Laquan McDonald outraged over FOP hiring of Van Dyke

By Chinta Strausberg Pastor Marvin Hunter, from Grace Memorial Baptist Church who is the great uncle of Laquan McDonald, Wednesday voiced concern over the Fraternal...