Suburban Paper Scoops Locals
Police say an internal department investigation on how a 14-year-old boy allegedly was able to impersonate a Chicago officer is complete.
But police spokeswoman Antoinette Ursitti said Monday the findings won't be made public until Supt. Jody Weis (WEES) can address them.
Ursitti says an investigation into the Jan. 24 security breach includes surveillance video and witness interviews.The incident was embarrassing for Weis and the department
Meanwhile, Department facilities across the city are pulling officers off the already manpower short streets to sit in front of doors that don't lock properly for the low low price of $60,000 per year. Instead of this ($1,000). Or this ($300 and up).
Labels: department issues