Chicago's new top cop seeks confidence of public, cops
|By David Heinzmann |
The Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO — Jody P. Weis took over Friday as Chicago's police superintendent, accepting the seemingly contradictory tasks of showing the public he is serious about rooting out bad cops while convincing the department's 13,000 officers that he has their back.
The first outsider to lead the department in more than 40 years, Wei...
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