You never know how a jury is going to decide cases, so whenever you go to trial, it is somewhat a roll of the diceGift blamed for triggering Hudson killings Dec 13, 2008
They haven't been moved around since 1978. That's three decades of people making empty promisesChicago outpaces N.Y., LA. in homicides Oct 24, 2008
We don't know if it's just random violence, pranks, mischief, whateverGangs suspected in Chicago car arson spree Jun 24, 2009
We don't know yet. We're still looking at it because quite a few cars were torched and we've got to find out whyGangs suspected in Chicago car arson spree Jun 24, 2009
We don't care if the motivation is reward money, good citizenship or whatever. Just please let us get these criminals off the street. If they kill a police officer, the question comes up, 'Who's next?Chicago police get threatening phone calls Jul 22, 2010
Jody Peter "J.P." Weis is the Superintendent of Police of the Chicago Police Department. Weis was selected to serve as the 54th Superintendent of Police by Mayor Richard M. Daley. He replaced former Superintendent of Police Philip J. Cline. Superintendent Weis took office on February 1, 2008.
Weis's previous experience included 22 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Weis graduated from the University of Tampa in 1979.
On March 17, 2009, the Chicago lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police gave a vote of no-confidence in Weis.