Mayor Lori Lightfoot talks to reporters at City Hall after her weekly “Accountability Tuesday” meeting with police brass. To her right is First Deputy Police Superintendent Anthony Riccio. | Fran Spielman/Chicago Sun-Times
First Deputy Police Supt. Anthony Ricco says scheduling changes after the first of the year are “minimal” and will only impact roughly 30 minutes. A controversial plan to change the starting times for Chicago police officers across the city will take effect in January...
Former senior police officers will risk arrest as they join the climate protest on Monday despite pleas from their colleagues over the waste of resources.
Former Met Police officer Paul Stephens signed up to Extinction Rebellion in April and claims he has been on every demonstration he can since then.