Chicago's top cop lays out 'core values'
By Angela Rozas and Mary Owens
The Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO — Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis issued a new "core values" statement to police officers Tuesday, one of a handful of sweeping changes he has made since taking over the department Feb. 1.
"These core values are on display by many police officers everyday," Weis said in a statement. "But we want to ensure that every police officer knows, accepts and displays the tenets that define what a Chicago police officer should be."
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