C.O.P.A. releases report on Anjanette Young raid
The agency's report recommended between one day and one year of suspension for multiple officers and “up to and including separation” from the department for some officers. Police Superintendent David Brown has already moved to terminate one sergeant.
Judge halts Mayor Lightfoot's vaccine deadline for Chicago cops
Disputes over vaccinations should be submitted to an arbitrator as a labor grievance, the CC Judge said. Officers still must be tested twice a week under city policy and officers also can still lose work and pay if they don't disclose their vaccine status.
Laquan McDonald shooting continues to follow Rahm Emanuel, now in confirmation battle
The White House is confident Emanuel will be confirmed by the Senate despite sharp criticism by several of the president's allies. The White House also expects he will win support from several Senate Republicans.
Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot takes police union head to court over vaccines
The mayor said in a statement that the city's law department filed a complaint in Cook County Circuit Court for injunctive relief against Fraternal Order of Police President John Catanzara, whom she accused of "engaging in, supporting and encouraging work stoppage or strike."