The union representing Chicago’s rank-and-file police officers has filed an injunction against the city and police department, asking a judge to halt the city from turning over records of police misconduct to the Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune until the records can be reviewed. The motion for injunctive relief was filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit […]
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SOUTH BEND, IN – The City Council Attorney indicates of the 261 budgeted officer positions, 245 are filled. That leaves 16 empty officer positions in South Bend. “It’s not just our department,” says Fraternal Order of Police President Dan Demler. “Nationally, there is a recruiting shortage. So they’re having to get creative.” The city created […]
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HAVE WE LOST OUR WAY?
YOU BET WE HAVE
It seems as if the great City of New York has become a rudderless ship, abandoned in the midst of deep murky waters. Morality and accountability no longer matter. A fable called “A Tale of Two Cities” thrust a neophyte with a checkered background into the hallowed halls of the Emperor’s Mansion. New Yorkers who were savvy enough to see through the smokescreen challenged the fairy tale with utter disbelief.