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Topic: Chicago's Lightfoot says police officers may need permission from

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DunkingDan

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bosses before they can pursue suspects on foot



Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said police officers in her city might soon need permission from their superiors to pursue suspects on foot.
“No one should die as a result of a foot chase,” the mayor said Tuesday.
She added that details of a new policing policy will come out “soon.”
Her comments come after the fatal police shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo in Chicago



More at Chicago's Lightfoot says police officers may need permission from bosses before they can pursue suspects on foot | Washington Examiner
Chicago's Lightfoot says police officers may need permission from bosses before they can pursue suspects on foot | Washington Examiner
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Re: Chicago's Lightfoot says police officers may need permission from
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2021, 07:07:32 PM »
If I'm a police officer in Chicago, why would I even attempt to do my job?
Just hang at the donut shop and collect my salary and count the days until retirement.
The treatment towards police will only result in an even higher crime rate.
No wonder why Chicago's population continues to decline.


 

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