Meet Your Commander
- When incoming Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis cleaned house in March, replacing all but four district commanders, he promised to give his team autonomy.
After five months in the posts, the new commanders face many daunting challenges. Crime is up, arrests are down and many citizens and police officers alike are concerned. In responses to a questionnaire from the Tribune, commanders in each of the 25 police districts across Chicago detailed their experience, specific challenges they see in their districts and their plans for tackling them.
Some of the pictures are just priceless. And the resumes? Priceless-less. We haven't seen that much padding since high school prom. Any word on when the Deputy Superintendents are going to post theirs? Or the rest of the gold stars?
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