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U.S. attorney general: Toss Chicago police consent decree

CHICAGO ... the Chicago Police Department, activist groups sought changes forcing officers to be more accommodating to the families of people they shoot, while U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said ... read more

Attorney General Jeff Sessions plans to weigh in against Chicago police consent decree

You can probably blame the mosquitoes Attorney General Jeff Sessions plans to weigh in against Chicago police consent decree Javier Baez projected to receive $6 million raise in arbitration Visit site read more

Chicago police leader meets with US attorney general

CHICAGO (AP) – Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson asked U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday to ... whether Sessions would be in favor committing to a federal consent decree with C... read more

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Black Lives Matter, ACLU stay lawsuits, promote Chicago police “reform”

On March 21, Black Lives Matter (BLM), the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and other community groups accepted a seat at the table in a court-enforced consent decree to promote illusions in poli... read more


U.S. attorney general still deciding whether to impose reforms on Chicago police

It cited excessive force, racially discriminatory conduct and a "code of silence" to thwart investigations into police misconduct. Chicago and federal officials signed an agreement in principle to cre... read more

Chicago police use excessive force, DOJ finds

There is reasonable cause to believe that the Chicago Police Department engages in a pattern of excessive force, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch said ... have agreed to start negotiations on a conse... read more

Chicago's former US attorney will open King & Spalding office

Zachary Fardon—who was asked asked to resign as the Northern District of Illinois U.S.attorney was by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in March—has rejoined King & Spalding, and will open a Chicago ... read more

Sweeping review could affect US police operations

Washington: US Attorney-General ... the work police officers perform “in keeping American communities safe.” As part of its shift in emphasis, the Justice Department went to court Monday to seek a 90- ... read more

Chicago police showed racial bias - report

US Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Chicago would work with the Department of Justice on a consent decree, which would commit the city to sweeping reforms within the police department to resto... read more

Chicago gun violence taskforce: whose idea was it – and will it work?

Acting US attorney ... Chicago crime rates is a profound distrust of police in the wake of a number of tragic incidents,” Grawert said, “then sending ATF agents won’t really solve that. But what could ... read more

Chicago police routinely ‘used excessive force’

Chicago’s police routinely ... cause to believe that the Chicago Police Department engages in a pattern or practice of use of excessive force in violation of the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution,” ... read more

Justice Department report on Chicago police an exercise in damage control

The findings of the report, following a 13-month investigation, were announced at a press conference last week with US Attorney General Loretta Lynch alongside Chicago’s Democratic ... also agreed to ... read more



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