See Ya Later
- The Chicago Police Department’s chief crime strategist, a close ally of ousted Superintendent Garry McCarthy, has announced his retirement.
Robert Tracy met McCarthy while both worked for the New York Police Department and then joined him here when McCarthy was named superintendent in 2011.
Tracy has accepted an executive-level security position with a private company, interim Superintendent John Escalante said in a statement.
Tracy attempted to be the "voice of calm and/or reason" when McCarthy was on a tear, chastising, screeching, berating and generally humiliating CPD bosses, many of whom deserved it anyway. But he was McJerseyShore's lackey, through and through. This move was only a matter of time anyway.