More than 40 people have applied to become Chicago’s next top cop, officials said Tuesday.
The Chicago Police Board will interview the candidates for Chicago police superintendent and present three finalists to Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel, who takes office May 16.
Many of the candidates are members of the Chicago Police Department.
“Of the external candidates, many are current or former leaders of large organizations,” said Demetrius Carney, president of the Chicago Police Board.
Does anyone know if the Police Board have to conduct "open meeting" type notifications for interviews and such? Or does everyone have to rely on spies and Sneed to watch the front door to see who shows up what day?
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