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City Club of Chicago: A Candid Conversation with Tom Dart and Eddie Johnson

December 6, 2016

A Candid Conversation with Tom Dart and Eddie Johnson – Moderated by Mary Mitchell

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Hon. Thomas Dart

As Cook County Sheriff, Tom Dart has brought an aggressive, yet innovative approach to law enforcement. 570 more words

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Cook County Sheriff Sets Up Hate Crime And Discrimination Hotline

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Cook County Sheriff has started a hotline that people can call to report what they perceive as hate crimes or incidents in which race, gender or religion is used to discriminate. 238 more words

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Man Briefly Escapes Custody After Court Appearance On Far South Side

CHICAGO (CBS) — A Cook County Jail detainee got a brief taste of freedom after a court appearance Wednesday morning.

Cook County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Sofia Ansari said 21-year-old Brandon Crosby had appeared in court at 727 E. 113 more words

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Sheriff Tom Dart Wants Ability To Seek Lower Bails For Poor

CHICAGO (CBS) — Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart plans to push for legislation allowing his office to seek lower bails for financially strapped detainees, the Chicago Sun-Times is reporting. 424 more words

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Cook Co. Sheriff's office on judges not following bail recommendations: "fingers crossed next 6 months will bring different results"

Cook County Sheriff’s Office chief of policy and communications, Cara Smith joins Brian Noonan (in for Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes) to talk about Cook County judges not following bail recommendations and a study on the impact on Cook County’s crime rate. 18 more words

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'Sick And Tired' Of Shootings, Police Ramp Up Patrols For Holiday Weekend

CHICAGO (CBS) — With 24 people shot within 24 hours from Thursday into Friday, Chicago police were worried about a potentially bloody 4th of July holiday weekend. 403 more words

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Sheriff's Office Releases Videos Of Inmates Attacking Jail Guards

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Cook County Sheriff’s Office has released several videos showing inmates attacking guards at Cook County Jail.

Chief of Policy Cara Smith said the videos show “punches and attacks on our staff; and the courageous and heroic efforts that the staff then have to undertake to protect themselves, the other detainees, and other staff.” 274 more words

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