Battles await Chicago's new top cop
By James Kimberly, Noreen Ahmed-Ullah and Angela Rozas
The Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO — As he prepares to take over as Chicago’s next police superintendent, J.P. “Jody” Weis, the FBI boss in Philadelphia, has pledged to rebuild the trust of people like Roshean Williams.
Standing with a few dozen angry residents in the City Council chambers late last week, Williams, 28, applauded police for positive strides in crime fighting but complained that many officers run roughshod over the people they are sworn to protect.
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